Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Sri Lanka considers burqa ban following Easter jihad bombings

In response to the jihadist bombings in Sri Lanka, the country is now considering banning the burqa “after police found several women suspected of having aided the Easter terror attacks were wearing burqas.” Western Leftists have been too busy screaming “Islamophobia” and “racism” to notice that many countries have banned the burqa for security reasons. Aside from the fact that the burqa is an oppressive garment forced upon women in the name of Islam (cf. Quran 24:31 and 33:59), it makes good sense to ban it in the interests of public safety.

In Chad, two Boko Haram jihad suicide bomb attacks killed 23 people in 2015, which led to the country’s Prime Minister Kalzeube Pahimi Deubet condemning the use of the burqa as “camouflage,” and ruling that all burqas on sale in markets must be burned....