October 7, 2010
France's Plan to Ban the Burqa Ruled LegalTopics: Political News and commentaries, Understanding Islam
Sanity, common sense, and fortitude in France as it acts to save its culture and traditions from Islamofascism and increase its security.
However, as Robert Spencer quips at Jihad Watch, (in the minds of liberal-progressives) France standing up for its cultural and societal identity is "hatred" and "Islamophobia," but Islamic countries standing up for their cultural and societal identities is a legitimate self-assertion.
From CNN: "Officials rule France burqa ban legal":
France's plan to ban the burqa and other Islamic face coverings in public places is legal, top constitutional authorities in France ruled Thursday, clearing the final hurdle before the ban becomes law...Now France can prepare for the rage and acts of violence that are surely to come from the followers of the so-called "peaceful" religion.
French people back the ban by a margin of more than four to one, the Pew Global Attitudes Project found in a survey earlier this year.
Some 82 percent of people polled approved of a ban, while 17 percent disapproved. That was the widest support the Washington-based think tank found in any of the five countries it surveyed.
Posted by Richard at October 7, 2010 4:33 PM
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