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Kuffarphobia via Burqa, Clothing & Symbols

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Kuffarphobia via Burqa, Clothing & Symbols

This room documents the ways in which the burqa and niqab are used oppress the kuffar, and extract extra rights from him.

[Some forums on this topic are currently in the Women Victims room.  They will be relocated here once technically possible]

Members: 4
Latest Activity: Jul 12

Key Info

The burqa and niqab (B-N) are used to oppress the kuffar by imposing these extra risks and burdens on his society, by extracting special privileges to cover the face.

  • It is a used for crime - there are many documented cases of criminals wearing B-N and so being able to proceed to the crime unchallenged
  • It is a security risk for terrorism.  There are many documented cases of Muslims wearing burqas in order to commit acts of terrorism, or in order to escape when being chased by the police.
  • It is a divisive element in society, stopping fellow citizens in the community from recognising and relating to each other
  • It is a political statement of the political ideology of kuffarphobia.  In the same way that we are offended by someone walking down the street wearing a swastika armband, we should be offended by someone wearing B-N

Discussion Forum

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Comment by Kinana on July 12, 2021 at 22:05

"Indian women's college bans burqas as part of dress code crackdown"

When will the riots start? 

Comment by Alan Lake on July 12, 2021 at 17:00

Indian women's college bans burqas as part of dress code crackdown

https://www.rt.com/news/479152-muslim-college-burqa-ban/

Comment by Alan Lake on July 12, 2021 at 16:50

HMP Belmarsh is almost like the UK’s version of Guantanamo Bay.

It’s a maximum-security prison and home to the worst of the UK’s convicted terrorists. The ISIS killer of Lee Rigby is there, for example.

But why am I telling you this?

Well, yesterday, as you know, I was there to visit Tommy Robinson as he’s currently serving the remainder of his "contempt of court" sentence in Belmarsh. (He has about two weeks until he is "free" again)

As you’d expect, every visitor — myself included — must go through an airport-style security checkpoint prior to sitting down with a prisoner.

Everyone has to submit to a fingerprint scan when they enter and when they leave… Well, not quite everyone.

Here, check out my eye-opening report to hear about what I saw:

Can you believe that? They just let her in, full burka, no fingerprints?

Not only was she not asked to remove her burqa, but the henna on her hands meant the fingerprint scanner didn't work for her — yet the security guards just let her through — no questions asked.

Comment by Philip Smeeton on August 3, 2019 at 9:05

Still cowardice on their part, the "justice" minister should be prepared to fight every case and pay whatever it takes to uphold the law. The government and parliament are the Law Makers they must make laws that allow the police to do their job and to do it effectively. As usual it comes down to leadership or the lack of it.

Comment by Alan Lake on August 3, 2019 at 2:46

The reason the police bow to Leftists isn't because of fear of violence, its fear of legal come-back. They have loads of legal back-up. Remember the outcome of the kettling at Oxford Circus about 9 years ago? In the end the payout was nearly £1 million I think.  Then they're still reeling from the fall-out of the Stephen Lawrence inquiry, so is it any wonder they are in such a mess?

Comment by Philip Smeeton on August 2, 2019 at 23:02

Dead right Kinana, what use is a police force that chooses when and when not to enforce the law. The more immigration there is the worse it will get.

The native British respect the laws that they themselves created. Muslims are more likely to respect Sharia. While the Blacks follow the law of the jungle. 

Comment by Kinana on August 2, 2019 at 13:52

Philip, on many EDL demos, EDL people were required to remove face coverings (because it is the law apparently) but a few feet away the police refused to force the Antifa types to remove their face coverings.  Of course, it is easier to bully people who will comply with the law (and want to obey lawful authority) than to confront people who will give the police two fingers (and more).  I feel often that the police just want an easy life and to stay on the job long enough to collect their pension.  'Enforcement' is a four letter word.  Enforcement is a like a river, it flows where there is least resistance.

Comment by Kinana on August 2, 2019 at 13:39

As far as I recall France banned the Burqa a few years ago.  But after a two arrests, at separate times, each followed by rioting the Burqa ban is no longer enforced.  The price of enforcement is too high so the enforcers cave in.  Which means the lawbreakers take over.

Comment by Philip Smeeton on August 2, 2019 at 12:09

It should be forbidden to cover your face in public, period. What annoyed me most is that this law allows Antifa to continue to cover their faces. (or am I wrong?).

Comment by Alan Lake on August 2, 2019 at 3:14

There is just one part of this that I agree with though. Its part of the government trying to make lots of non-governmental persons and organisations, responsible for enforcing new and contentious laws. For example:

  • Landlords must now check the residency criteria of prospective tenants, and will be fined if they get it wrong.  Surely this is the job of border control and the immigration/visa dept?
  • Businesses will soon be required to submit tax returns, and remittances, every quarter instead of every year. This turns the owner into a kind of accountant reporting directly to the government.

In the Dutch case, I can understand why a solitary bus driver might be reluctant to deny entry to a burqa clad Muslima, especially if he is in a Muslim enclave, or if the Muslima has just one Muslim men accompanying her, or on the bus, or in the queue.  We all know what happens when they get 'offended' don't we?

It really seems like the government chickened out on this issue and deliberately off-loaded it to the transport companies.  If they simply banned the burqa everywhere in public, then the onus of enforcement would fall on the police, who are paid to do that sort of thing. To shift the responsibility for that to commercial organisations is just plain cowardly.

 

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