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Those who misuse Burqa and Naqab are not true muslims

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Submitted by Prashant (United States), Sep 14, 2012 at 02:10

Dear Dr Pipes, (sarcasm)

Those who misuse burqa for wrong purposes (like buying liquor) are not true muslims. True muslims are always law abiding citizens. It is only untrue muslims who misuse burqas and resort to terrorist activities. Burqa and Niqab are perfectly harmless things. You should not malign an entire religious practice for the activities of some untrue people.

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