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"What about looking at it from the other side. Personally I find it extremely offensive that Muslim countries require non Muslim women to "cover" while in their country. If they can set those rules so should the French. "

IT IS RIGHT IN THE MONEY.

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About mislims - This is all an "in your face " action from a group of people who have zero respect for other faiths and selectively use their "faith" when it suits them

Amen to that, when will Americans wake up?

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Fun, I'll have to search back old laws, but I believe some states at one time had laws making carrying firearms and a wearing a mask illegal and could be shot on the spot. Not sure but I do not think those laws still exist.

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Those who see it as a significant part of their religion and desire to remain that true to Islam should take a look at the countries that they have elected to move to. They claim to want to live as their tradition dictates, but elect to leave their traditional home countries and move to country full of non believers for economic reasons. Therefore, Islam is the so damn important to them. My favorite is the ones who want to wear a veil for their drivers license, but to the strict Islamics, women cannot drive a car !!! This is all an "in your face " action from a group of people who have zero respect for other faiths and selectively use their "faith" when it suits them. Polygamy was a significant part of the Mormon faith, but the USA banned the practice. Wearing a costume in public that hides your face is a far greater threat than having 2 wives.

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Why are the French not addressing the issue of Muslim women wearing tube socks? Just curious.

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"What about looking at it from the other side. Personally I find it extremely offensive that Muslim countries require non Muslim women to "cover" while in their country. If they can set those rules so should the French. "

lol!

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"I am not entirely sure how I feel about this. My gut feeling is the French are wrong and that it will cause unnecessary violence and divide more then unite."

What about looking at it from the other side. Personally I find it extremely offensive that Muslim countries require non Muslim women to "cover" while in their country. If they can set those rules so should the French.

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"The burkkah/najib has no religious significance of any kind, in fact, it's not mentioned in the Koran at all. This so called *Shmata* is about female oppression more than anything." ------------------------------------------- M,

You and I can agree on that, but to many Muslims it is religiously significant. I concur that no where in the Qu'ran is it mentioned with the exception of "modest dress" comments.

However, neither you or I are Muslim and IMO government forcing or dictating that they cannot to wear it in public instead of educating the female Muslim community on a women's right to choose to wear or not wear it is just as offensive to me.

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hmmmm.....

I am not entirely sure how I feel about this. My gut feeling is the French are wrong and that it will cause unnecessary violence and divide more then unite. For licensing and driving I concur the head scarf should not by worn for traffic safety reasons. However, publicly banning something that is not only personally religious but culturally significant to individuals just does not sit well with me.

On the point of security I still fall back on the quote believed to originate from Benjamin Franklin that goes something like this: "Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety."

Just my thoughts and opinion.

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forgive my Net lingo ignorance Milf... what is ltof?

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