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Muslim garments are a uniform for IFF

Reader comment on item: Ban the Burqa, Allow the Burkini
in response to reader comment: So let's ban black Nazi uniforms but not the grey ones!

Submitted by DaveP (United Kingdom), Aug 24, 2016 at 05:51

Muslim garments are increasingly popular in countries, when Jihadi attacks are prevalent. It is hard to avoid the conclusion, that Muslim garments are uniforms, that tell a knife or machetti wielding Jihadi, who is a "friend" and who are "foes". This avoids having to ask the people to recite some verses from the koran.The last is time wasting, and the Jihadi may not have this luxury.

I agree with Vladd.

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