Wednesday, September 15, 2010

French Senate bans the veil

"The French Senate on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a bill barring women from wearing the full facial veil anywhere in public. If the law is approved by France’s constitutional council, it will go into effect next spring and set a range of fines for women, including tourists, who wear the full veil. It also provides criminal penalties for those who force women to wear it. The vote was 246 to 1, with many abstentions from left-wing legislators; the bill passed the lower house in July."

Part of me wants to remind readers how much more tolerant America is than France, but the secular part of me that hates Wahhabis (the scum of the earth) is cheering this decision by the French Senate.

Thanks Q for reminding me about this.


Maury said...

How would you feel walking past three people wearing ski masks and tents big enough to hide an arsenal? Same damned thing. There's no way to know it's even a woman. Jihadi's have been known to use them to escape detection.

The burqa is scary. Saudi Arabia can keep the damned things.

Babylonian Princess said...

I personally don't support the wearing of the veil but at the sametime, I'm troubled by the thought that there are actually women out there who CHOOSE to wear it. What will happen to these women?

Sad world.

Toady said...

People have the right to wear what they want. And other people are free not to associate with them.

Anonymous said...


I find that walking past a kid with a face full of earrings and tattoos up his arm to be quite disturbing.

Where are those burkas when you need them?

Aton said...

"Cross Worshipping Crusaders and Murtad Torture Innocent Afghan Children With Shoes"

Anonymous said...

I see the little whore mojo is still at it.

take a look at that asshole maybe you can explain to your stupid american fags how the new iraqi model of shiiastan works.

"The Amnesty report catalogues the barbaric methods employed by Iraq’s jailers and interrogators: "Rape or the threat of rape. Beating with cables and hosepipes. Prolonged suspension by the limbs. Electric shocks to sensitive parts of the body. Breaking of limbs. Removal of toenails with pliers. Asphyxiation using a plastic bag over the head. Piercing the body with drills. Being forced to sit on sharp objects such as broken bottles."

so what have you got to say now little whore ? don't forget to show it to your garbage daddy.

Iraqi Mojo said...

Damn, sounds like the kind of torture Saddam's people used to do.

Iraqi Mojo said...

Sad that Iraq has not changed.

Dolly said...

The West: "Let's put a naked woman on a 40 foot billboard, and beat up any clad ones."

Maury says:
"Jihadi's have been known to use them to escape detection."

Al-Jihaad is a legitimate tenet of islam, as correctly stated by your government official John Brennan.

Dolly said...

Aton, this is pathetic propaganda from a channel called ISAF. I am surprised you are stupid enough to buy it. Wait, I'm not surprised.

The plural for apostates is murtaddeen btw

Dolly said...

See, I told you not to detail the illegal abuse going on in Iraqi prisons, because these sickos here love it and pleasure themselves to it.

Mojo was the only one naive enough to say it outloud: "I guess that's what they get for supporting Saddam."

Which I guess is a legitimate point of view, but in that case - don't pretend it's a democracy.

So Mojo quickly corrected himself: "...and what they get for supporting Saddam is of course unacceptable..."

Aton said...

Dolly is an expert on democracy now...LOL

Anonymous said...

hey little whore,
if Iraq has not changed why did you support the murder of over 1.5m Iraqis in the past 7 years ?
Saddam was a choir boy compared to you sectarian whores.

Iraqi Mojo said...

Did I support this?

March 03, 2010:

"A suicide bomber ended a series of deadly attacks in central Iraq by detonating explosives in a hospital emergency ward where victims of two earlier blasts were being treated.

At least 29 people were killed and 42 wounded in the triple bombing attack in Baquba, northeast of the capital Baghdad.

The first car bomb attack targeted a government office near a police checkpoint. Two minutes later, a second suicide car bomb went off near the party headquarters of former Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari in central part of the city."

No, ghebby, I did not support that.

Iraqi Mojo said...

Nor did I support this:

"A suicide bomber ripped through a line of anti-al-Qaida Sunni fighters waiting to collect their paychecks near an Iraqi military base as nearly 50 people were killed in violence west of Baghdad."

Iraqi Mojo said...

I did not support this either, Ba3thi ghebby in Switzerland:

"A parked car bomb aimed at a U.S. patrol Thursday in Baghdad killed at least nine Iraqi civilians and wounded 26, police said."

Iraqi Mojo said...

I did not support this, hmar, but I would not be surprised if you or your friends did:

26 October 2009

'Amnesty International has strongly condemned the killing of at least 155 people, mostly civilians, in twin suicide bomb attacks in Baghdad on Sunday.

The attacks were carried out almost simultaneously in central Baghdad. A truck bomb was exploded near the ministries of justice and municipalities, just before 10:30am local time. Minutes later a second attack, a car bomb, exploded just outside the Baghdad Governorate building.

In addition to those killed, at least 700 people were wounded, making this the deadliest attack in over two years.'