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Also used by cowardly jihadist fugitives

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Submitted by sara (United States), Feb 21, 2013 at 18:45

I recall several instances where muslim terrorist fugitives escaped the area, I believe it was Pakistan, dressed as a woman shielded under the protection of the almighty burqa-niqab.

Muslim women should stand up with indignation to the notion that their features are so offensive to men that they cannot be looked upon. How humiliating! And worse, that any body in such an outfit could replace them in a pinch, picking up their own child or replacing a wife or daughter. No one would ever know meaning they have zero individual value. When will these women realize that they have a voice?

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Daniel Pipes replies:

Indeed, I document dozens of these instances athttp://www.danielpipes.org/blog/2006/11/niqabs-and-burqas-as-security-threats

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