In France, in all but three small villages, Muslim women are not allowed to wear burqas, or the full face veil. The ban on this practice is actually for security reasons and the protection of French citizens. These three villages have chosen to break French law and advocates claim that the allowance of this female garb lessens tensions between Muslims and police.
However, in one of the towns called Roubaix, where advocates of this practice claim the Muslims and French citizens live in peace and harmony, a sinister secret has been kept hidden there, where a Muslim jihadist cell had been operating both their headquarters and a training camp for terrorists under the very noses of authorities. They even had close ties to both Canadian and American terror cells.
Belgium, which also has a large connection to Roubaix in particular, has its issues with the Muslim citizenry. Like France, Belgium has declared the burqa to be illegal for similar reasons: security and safety. Recently, a lawsuit brought by two Muslim women regarding their right to wear such headgear came to a conclusion. The court announced that the ban would stay in place in order for the Belgian and Muslim immigrants to continue “living together.”
Mad World News:
In a monumental ruling, the court declared that the restriction was not a violation of Muslim rights but actually guaranteed social unity, integration, and equality. The announcement is a major decision stemming from Belgium’s banning of the full-face veil in June 2011, which illegalized appearing in public “with a face masked or hidden, in whole or in part, in such a way as to be unidentifiable.”
The court found Belgium had the right to impose restrictions aiming to ensure the principles of “living together” and the “protection of the rights and freedoms of others.” Its ruling said the government had been responding ‘to a practice that it considered to be incompatible, in Belgian society, with social communication and more generally the establishment of human relations, which were indispensable for life in society…essential to ensure the functioning of a democratic society.”
After the court chose to uphold the ban, Belcacemi [plaintiff #1] did what most Muslim supremacists do when expected to follow the law of the land, defying the authorities and wearing the veil in public. She was shocked when she was told she would be ticketed and fined each time she broke the law, forcing her to finally remove the veil and follow the laws like everyone else. Oussar [plaintiff #2] unabashedly informed the court that she will never remove the veil, opting instead to remain at home and out of the public eye indefinitely.
The ruling is actually a complete vindication of anyone who has argued that Sharia Law is incompatible with Western values. By telling the women that their burqa custom does not lend itself to proper human relations, it forces them to consider living in a democratic society.
For our part, that type of law will never be enforced here, but one hopes that it will never have to be enforced. Let’s not forget that the laws were altered after horrific crimes were committed in the name of Allah.
Source: Mad World News