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How does someone climb a ladder in Hijab and long skirt?

Reader comment on item: Hijabs & Other Islamic Garb as Part of Uniforms in the West

Submitted by Krista (Canada), Mar 31, 2009 at 12:10

How does someone climb a ladder in Hijab and long skirt?

They can't. They can't climb up a ladder nor can climb down a ladder with anyone on their shoulder.

How does someone get hired as a fire fighter when they can't do the job?

Well, it's all about shoving their sharia in our face and submitting to their Allah, or else, they are offended and riot.

We are fortunate to see what is happening across the puddle and we have the opportunity start preparing ourselves to say "NO"

The 3 "NO's" ...

"NO " special accommodations

"NO" dhimmitude

"NO" Sharia

NO! NO! NO!

Submitting....

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