Tuesday, December 26, 2006

What's Under the Burqa?

The Telegraph:

Muslim women should be banned from wearing the veil, to improve security and cohesion in Britain, the Church of England's only Asian bishop has said.

[...] "It is fine if they want to wear the veil in private, but there are occasions in public life when it is inappropriate for them to wear it," he said.

He's quite specific:

Bishop Nazir-Ali, whose father converted from Islam to Catholicism, said that the legislation should not just cover airports, but should extend to all areas of travel where an identity needs to be established, such as tube and train stations and ports. He said that the possible failure of airline staff to challenge Jama was symptomatic of people being "too worried about offending Muslims".

Now read this odd reply:

The only problem is that it has not been proven that Jama did indeed escape this way. It is only a possibility, but it does not deter this vile man from claiming that it's a security risk.

Will the nice bloke only support the removal of the burqa from public places when the "security risk" is no longer a risk? One would think that the establishment of identity when travelling would be a no-brainer but sadly that's not the case.

Furthermore, a truly idiotic mindset is becoming mainstream: it's not about security, the infidels simply hate the burqa. Oh, please. England would hate the burqa if she were to give it a thought.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Well, I got to admit, the burqah is actually for public wear and not private. But that's just it, I'm so glad you see the incompatibility of our two ways of life.
About that Bishop, since his dad apostasized from Islam, you got his dad's address by any chance? (Evil laugh.) I got a present to send him. (Evil laugh again.)