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Why France wants this: my reflection about why little acts can be dangerous when it comes to Islam

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Submitted by A very concerned reader (Australia), Mar 26, 2021 at 05:35

Agreed, M Tovey. Environmental reasons never outweigh other points. I'm more inclined to think that France just want to make their point and let the Muslim community know that they're not going to hide themselves and that they won't allow any attack to refrain them from exerting their freedom of speech, etc.

Indeed, it's an endless debate. As I said in my first comment regarding to this new, I'm afraid that France wants to avoid more Islamic practices are silently enforced little by little for the sake of the jihad.

I mentioned already that here, in Australia, many Muslim women can't even get their Islamic divorce. And there's nothing that our laws can do when it comes to this. We can't protect these women from suffering abuse when their men controlled their every move and don't allow them to leave the marriage. Polygamy is certainly banned in Australia. But Islamic marriages happen on a daily basis. We can't protect these women in here because they're ruled by Shari'a. No matter where Muslims go. Their law is secretly practiced. Several mosques play the adhan as well. Burqas are worn. They prohibit their children to engage in obligatory music classes at school and we consent that. There are Islamic schools to keep upbringing full huffaz children. Of course, all animals can be killed on the halal way. There's no limit. I witness some of these events with horror, especially when it comes to inequality between men and women and all the hardships related to abuse and family issues, while these things overlooked by a large majority of people. Why? Because they believe these acts are innocent. They're not. Muslims are called to jihad all their live as an obligation. We can't forget that, M Tovey.

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