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 Topic: Dutch burka ban

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  • Dutch burka ban
     OP - August 10, 2019, 02:00 PM

    A gift for propagandists.

    Quote from:
    The Netherlands has introduced a so-called burka ban which prevents people from wearing face coverings in hospitals, schools and on public transport.

    Quote from:
    Rights groups have voiced opposition to the law - and an Islamic political party in Rotterdam has said it will pay the €150 (£137) fine for anybody caught violating the ban.

    There were no immediate reports of anybody being fined on Thursday under the new rules - formally called the "partial ban on face-covering clothing" - which was passed despite the fact very few women in the Netherlands wear a burka or niqab.

    Estimates put the number at a few hundred in the nation of 17 million people.


    https://news.sky.com/story/netherlands-burka-ban-comes-into-force-in-schools-hospitals-and-on-buses-11774887
  • Dutch burka ban
     Reply #1 - August 10, 2019, 10:17 PM

    The flip side.

    Quote from:
    group Belgian teenagers who volunteered at a construction site in Morocco have flown home after images of them at work prompted a death threat and criticism from a politician.

    Footage of the girls labouring under the hot sun while dressed in shorts in a village in the south of the country was published by local news website last week.

    "People are very kind and very friendly, I love Morocco," one of the teenagers says in the video.

    But the "skimpy" outfits angered one teacher so much he called for the volunteers to be beheaded, echoing the recent grisly murder of two Scandinavian hikers by extremists.


    https://www.alaraby.co.uk/english/news/2019/8/8/belgian-teen-volunteers-flee-morocco-after-shorts-beheading-threat
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