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Why increase the risks to public health and safety?

Reader comment on item: The Case for Banning Burqas and Niqabs

Submitted by Dave (United States), Apr 23, 2022 at 16:55

According to an Oxford UK study, between 1989 and 2006 there was an 8.3 fold increase in MS cases in Iran, attributable to vitamin D deficiency due to veiling.
Interesting that the crowd that is most insistent on mandatory vaccinations and stricter gun control wants to allow dress that allows identity concealment, an obvious aid to criminality. Oh, but wait, aren't Muslims victims of white racist xenophobe colonialists? I guess that's why. I knew I'd figure it out.

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