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Reader comment on item: Ban the Burqa - and the Niqab Too
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Submitted by mo (United Kingdom), May 11, 2010 at 15:53

I think it was a shame that Bush closed down the Abu Gharib Human right traning camp in Iraq. The Iraqi's were getting good taste of western democratic traditions and ways to protect the human rights there. First lesson they all got at the hand of female officers were, getting naked. Amercans should be congratulated for taking the lead in speading these western christian ideals. After all they are the people who declared human rights centruries back while millions of blacks were in chained to bondage. Rather than closing it down it should have been extended by appointing male officers to strip iraqi women down, and put them in stress positions. Those fundamentalists who resist can be water boarded accoriding to the universal human right convention. If americans had been allowed progress on their campaign in iraq, europe need not have to ban the pieces of cloths these women ware on their body. There would have been enough muslim women and girl liberated enough to pose for the 3rd page of modern progressive news papers in europe for the enjoyment of men in suits. All hopes are not lost, Bagram Human right training camp in Afganistan is still open for business. That camp can be used to train afgan women in striptees so that whey they come to europe as refugees fleeing the drone attacks they would be ready for the 3rd page.

best wishes


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