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Niqabs and Burqas must be removed for government services

New legislation in Quebec demands head gear and face coverings be removed for government services.
New legislation in Quebec demands head gear and face coverings be removed for government services.


  • Jackie 6 years ago

    Yeh, finally a govt that can stand up to the issues.... its an insult to have to put up with immigrants or anyone moving to a country to try to change the country to their ways...why did they leave their country....keep your religion, and keep your religous gear at home , wear it at HOME and keep it at HOME, quit forcing it on other people, you want to be an individual, go ahead without the gear, priest and nuns scare me enough, but at least you can see their faces, but you hiding everthing is scary to many people and children , its gotesque, you must be ashmaed to be human or something, get over it. this is Canada, you came here for a reason, quit pushing your religous views on us and making people feel uncomfortable, scared and threatened by your total covering, its gross...

  • Mike 6 years ago

    To Jackie

    You summarized it very well. It is the time for Canada to wake-up.

  • Barry 6 years ago

    So forcing women to remove their clothing which they wish to wear will promote gender equality. Interesting notion.

  • Amina 6 years ago

    Interesting that many niqabi women go through the entire university system in the Province of Quebec and have no problems. Many of them know 3 or more languages, including French, English and another language from the cultural background, yet their niqab was no impediment to learning. Sorry, but your argument does not hold water.

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  • Anonymvs 6 years ago

    Wahabi Islamists have no place in any functioning society. I am a Muslim and proud of it. Women should be allowed to make their own choices whether Muslim or not. It is clear that matters like identifying persons should require 'unveiling'. Bedouin traditions from the 7th century were only revived by newly formed Saudi extremism in the 1970s and unfortunately financed by the country's oil exports. Islam in its entirety promotes gender equality. The Wahabists on the other hand much rather make their own rules by interpreting the Quran as they see fit. Extremism in any sense is the key issue that should be dealt with by embracing moderation.

  • montreal mental health & Montreal health exami 6 years ago

    I am really torn on the issue, I see both sides but yes if the niqab is impeding basic functions including voting it has to be taken off.

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