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Ban on Muslim burqa and niqab: Does ban help/hurt teens that wear burqa?

  • Fuck the burqa

    I wont trust anyone who walks into my home town looking like that, they look like a bloddy walking postbox. THEY CAN GTF. GTF GTF GTF GTF GTF GTF GTF GTF GTF GTF GTF GTF GTF GTF GTF GF GTF GTF GTF GTF GTF GTF GTF GTF GTF GTF GTF

  • This is Unconstitutional

    According to the First Amendment, the people of the United States are entitled to Freedom of Religion, which means, that the nation will not affiliate itself, in support of any specific religious denomination, nor will the nation interfere with religious practices. The right to freedom of religion protects the people, from being forced to follow a specific favored religion, and it also protects the religions from being forced to accept or oppose practices, their particular faith approves or disapproves of.

  • No, the Ban Encourages Discrimination

    No, the ban on Muslim burqa and niqab hurts teems that wear the burqa. The ban sends the message to the teens and to everyone else that there is something wrong with the burqa, and the logic behind it. Teenagers and others should be allowed to express themselves, and there are surely other solutions besides banning the burqa.


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