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About time

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in response to reader comment: Muslim Women against the Niqab and Burqa

Submitted by sur kai (United Kingdom), Nov 24, 2006 at 20:53

It is about time that burqua is completely banned in Europe,U.S.A and Canada.We must follow Dutch example.The women who wish to wear burqua are most welcome to leave to go to their country of origin.The sight of a Muslim woman wearing burqua is threatening, it makes non muslims feel uncomfortable.Only few days ago a palestinian grandmother of 57 years old became first suicide bomber in Gaza/Israel who was wearing burqua, injuring Israeli soldiers.I say down with BURQUA .

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