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The pope might object to banning the kippah, seeing as he wears one

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Submitted by Anon (Israel), Nov 7, 2016 at 22:37

But I think it is not likely that he will ever wear a niqab, unless political correctness eventually conquers the church and a female pope is elected on the one hand and islam wins on the other.

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