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Canada's 'open society' letting women draped in niqabs board planes without security check.

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Submitted by M.D. (United States), Aug 4, 2010 at 17:29

What security check? Those niqabs are parachutes that the Muslim women don in order to avoid paying for carry-on baggage. In case of an emergency their niqabs will come in handy.

The security risk is for the rest of the air-travel passengers who don't have a handy parachute like these niqabs.

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