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Reader comment on item: Boston Bombing Lesson: Ban Niqabs and Burqas

Submitted by jerome (Canada), Apr 21, 2013 at 14:19

i am sure machismo will keep radicals from dressing up as women to perpetrate their already cowardly deeds.

i think the chance to be anonymous and undetected will be outweighed by a desire to not be caught impersonating a female.

But i agree , these tent like garments should be banned altogether just in case ....

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Daniel Pipes replies:

Not so. Many terrorists have dressed up as women, as have criminals. See my blog, referenced in the above article, for examples of this.

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