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Reader comment on item: How the Niqab Will Enter British Schools
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Submitted by Joshua (United Kingdom), Jan 16, 2009 at 14:50

"One needs to integrate into the society where they live in,"

- Most Muslims are integrated into society, and the ones that haven't prefer not to, because it's the way they want to live, and they don't value your bizzare opinions.

"and not stick out like a sore thumb wrapped up in an ugly bandage."

- The objective of wearing a veil, is to stop men viewing women in a sexual way, so as you described them as "ugly" they've served their purpose well. ^^

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