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Will The Real Linda Sarsour Wear a Burqa or Niqab?

Reader comment on item: Linda Sarsour, The Left's Latest Star
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Submitted by Mike Ramirez (United States), Feb 4, 2017 at 19:57

If you are the "Linda Sarsour" whom this article is written about, please admit that Muslims in America are allowed to engage in Taqiyya, or Muruna in order to blend in with the populace in an effort to "fit in" until such time that Muslims gain in numbers and political say in an attempt to change the laws of a society.

As mentioned, in my earlier post, if you were to be living in a truly Sharia-compliant Islamic country, you, Linda Sarsour, would be required to not show your face in public and would be commanded to wear a burqa or niqab - full face and body covering. Additionally, as a woman you have less rights than the male in an Islamic society and if you happen to be one of four wives to your husband, you are subject to being scourged if he deems you to be unruly. By the way, he can also divorce you by pronouncing "I Divorce You" three times in succession and then you are out the door. But, then again, if you are the "Linda Sarsour" mentioned in this article, you already know all of that.

Is that what you are hoping for American women to experience?


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