Tag Archive: burka

Nov 27 2013

Britain should ban the niqab

Interview-photo-by-Shokooh Bakhtiari

Here’s me on Channel 4thought.tv on whether Britain should ban the niqab/burqa? Err yes. See it here. By the way, Fitnah’s third issue is almost ready for publication and will focus on secularism. It’s good to remind everyone to look at the November issue of Unveiled which focused on the veil and burqa. I am posting …

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Sep 24 2013

Terrorism and the burka


I don’t need to tell you what has happened in the past few days. In Nairobi, Islamists have attacked innocent civilians out for a day shopping. They said they were there to kill non-Muslims “only” but of course as is always the case, they killed anyone and everyone they could, including Muslims. In Nigeria, Boko …

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Sep 20 2013

You’re not Muslims

These handful of burka-clad women “respond” to the debate on the burka-ban on behalf of “Muslim women.” Listen to their vile rhetoric. They do not represent Muslim women” but Islamism. The burka symbolises everything Islamism wants at the expense of countless human beings, many of them Muslim. Oh sorry I forgot, it’s a “right” and …

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Sep 19 2013

To ban or not to ban the burka


Again the “veil controversy”. And as usual full of misinformation and deception. Let me clear a few things up: First off, no one is calling for an all-out ban on the veil though proponents often give this impression. Even the French ban is not an all-out ban; it merely bans all “conspicuous religious symbols” – …

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Aug 09 2013

Finally a good use for the burka

A mild mannered teacher becomes the burka avenger when her school is threatened with being shut down by Islamists, armed with pens and books: Finally a good use for the burka… You can find out more about the TV programme being shown in Pakistan here. (Via Monica Lanfranco)