No, but I bet you if France said they would ban Hindus from wearing the fertility dot on their forehead or christians from putting the ash on their forehead we would still also be talking about race in a European countryLOL what a fool. Islam is a fascist religion not a race. Are you really this ignorant?
We're not talking about race though we're talking specifically about religion. If you assign a race to a religion that's on you and no one else. Only an idiot would assume all Muslims are Arab considering the largest Muslim nation in the world is quite the distance away from the Arabian Peninsula.No, but I bet you if France said they would ban Hindus from wearing the fertility dot on their forehead or christians from putting the ash on their forehead we would still also be talking about race in a European country
They're doing more than "standing up to them and saying no." They're sowing the seeds of a genocide.I know what you're saying. I was surprised too. For anyone paying attention, the Muslim faith is gaining an enormous foothold in many European nations. That's fine, but they're getting very vocal and putting a lot of pressure on governments to adopt their way of life. Sharia law, etc. That's wrong. I'm glad to see at least one European nation standing up to them and saying no.
Much of the European Muslims population are not migrants. They were born there.It sucks that they're reverting to telling people what they can and cannot wear. It also sucks that they feel threatened by their migrant population. I think these European countries need to make it perfectly clear to the migrant populations that they will not be adopting their cultures and laws into their government and if the migrants want to live there they need to just accept the fact or they can fuck off. Europe is a very different place than here in the States. Everyone clamors about racism, xenophobia, etc here in the States, but I think we're close to the top of the list when it comes to acceptance of race and culture.
It's true that France has had a Muslim population for awhile, but there are still few million Muslim migrants to France. France isn't the only place this is happening in either. If the French don't want it they can tell them to fuck off. They should not have to adapt for foreign culture, laws, or society if they do not wish to. Religion has no place in law of man anyways.Much of the European Muslims population are not migrants. They were born there.
Why shouldn't they adopt cultures and laws into their government? Their demographics are changing. Governments need to address new issues coming in from changing demographics. That doesn't mean embrace something such as sharia, but there are certainly other issues that can be embraced as they fit within the established framework of the country.
It's not about wanting to change. It's about needing to change.It's true that France has had a Muslim population for awhile, but there are still few million Muslim migrants to France. France isn't the only place this is happening in either. If the French don't want it they can tell them to fuck off. They should not have to adapt for foreign culture, laws, or society if they do not wish to. Religion has no place in law of man anyways.
Yes, they are being weighed. And acting like the Taliban by imposing dress requirements for women is certainly not in the interests of most countries.Change isn't always for the best, pros and cons must be weighed and they are being weighed currently.
Yes, their governmental policies tend to be the among the worst in the world.You're thinking to little of the Europeans imo.
When were you last in a European country? :hmm:Wow, you must not follow European politics. The ultra far-right has turned into the mainstream quite a few years ago.
The bill may be reasonable if it was not tainted by the debate and history in the legislation process. Not wanting people to cover their face could perhaps be reasonable. However, the intent here was pure bigotry.
Racism, bigotry, xenophobia, and other related social ills have become quite predominant in European society and governments. It really is one of the largest security threats to the United States. The swirling of anti-Americanism in Europe (especially France) combined with society and government wanting eradication of certain classes of people creates terrorists and instability.
If the world doesn't act now, we will be attacked by terrorists or have to go into Europe yet again and deal with yet another European genocide.
Did this really happen or is this just a concern?Anyways, I read that some countries over there are having issues with men dressing like women and covering their faces then committing crimes. Many felt this was a good enough reason to bring this up.
There's the written rules and the unwritten rules. An example of an unwritten rule is to not act like a total heatbag when you see police. Oh shit it's the cops, hide your face!! Drop the bag out the window and start running even though he doesn't suspect you yet! Obviously acting like that draws a lot of attention and you can expect to be questioned when you do things like that.Hahaha. People like you are ruining your once-fine country. Lollerskates.
She wears a headscarf.Me What do you think of this?
Her I don't get why they wear it in countries where it's not part of the local culture since wearing a headscarf is enough. But I also don't know why they felt they had to ban it in this way.
Me They did say that only 1,900 out of 5,000,000 French Muslims wear it. I just think it's unthinkable for a government to mandate wardrobe like this, regardless of religious connotations.
Her Didn't they ban religious symbols from schools a few years earlier too?
Me I don't know
Somehow if they enacted anti-semitic laws (something Europe is getting closer and closer to) I doubt you'd feel the same way.Another muslim sympathizer...when in Rome do as the romans do...obey their laws and customs...
Just because you practice islam does not mean you are fraking special...