The debate "Denmark bans the use of Burka niqab and other garments which covers the faces of Muslims ladies." was started by
June 4, 2018, 2:36 pm.
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Aryaman999, jrardin12, StrangeTime and 10 visitors agree.
aspy and 6 visitors disagree.
every body part of a person is his/her own(private).. he/she exercise full right over his/her personal things which is called right to privacy...
How could niqab or burka are even related to the problems in Denmark. I mean what was the government thinking before imposing such laws. Like is niqab interfering with the National security.
This law is hurting religious sentiments and such laws create gap and destroy the bridge to unite people of all castes and religions. This law creates Hinderences and problems between all the the religious, ethnic groups.
The government fails to explain the requirement for this so called Burka Ban Law
Any place in the world where the homosexual is in charge of laws which enforce homosexuality, the Muslim is persecuted.
In order to enforce homosexuality, women must not be allowed to cover in public, and it must be easy for the homosexual to lie about his sexuality.
If all the men are forced into homosexuality, then no man can have wives.
Arresting the modest women makes life easier for the women seeking sex with as many men as possible without regard to whether a man is homosexual or not.
Some women do not care what man they have sex with, unless they are able to see that Muslim women not engaging in orgies with the immoral swingers and pornographers.
The irony of the woman free to walk around nude seeking sex partners versus the woman who is not free to do the opposite.
I agree, how people dress is their concern, especially if it's a religious custom and not something indecent.
Firsty there was no need to pass such laws.
By banning the use of niqab what the government is trying to prove. There are no positive impacts of such laws
The government in Denmark has approved a ban on the Islamic burka, niqab and other garments which cover the face in public areas.
The legislation allows people to cover their faces where there is a "recognisable purpose " such as cold weather or other legal requirements such as wearing helmets to follow traffic rules.
Those violating the law will be in risk to pay a fine of 1000 Kroner.
For repeat offenders up to 10000 Kroner and 6 months jail.
Is it not violating the Freedom of Expression and Freedom of Religion..