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NPR and their Muhajaba reporter

Reader comment on item: Assessing Obama's Mosque Speech on Islam
in response to reader comment: Islamic polity must not be allowed to hide under the umbrella of a religion

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 17, 2016 at 06:58

I agree Even worse take the case of NPR where they have at least one reporter who is a Muhajaba and in the spirit of tolerance NPR allows her to wear her Hijab no questions asked and their reason is this is part of her religion

But here is the problem if NPR has another female who insists that in her religion she must only wear very revealing clothes or Bikinis only, would NPR allow her to do so? I doubt it very much

And would the same Muhajaba reporter be able to review a restaurant that serves only pork or non halal food? This means her job is limited in scope

The French do not allow religious symbols in public and government and we should do the same

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