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Muslim women and “The Burkini Bans” in France


Muslim women express fear over burkini bans in…

Freedom is “to wear what you want“, Burkini ban is exposing the real face of French government. France has stated “”Women Enslavement Truly” and there are justification and explanations to ban a burkini.

As France Prime Minister said on Thursday tries to clarifying the ban, is questionable and very doubtful, “France was locked in a “battle of cultures” and that the full-body swimsuit symbolized the enslavement of women.

Human rights campaigner says burkini ban will increase segregation

“Battle of Cultures”, is no explanation, every country in the world is hosting different many cultures and they are living peacefully. Take the example of United State, thousands of different culture peoples are living in US, with peace and humanity, no such laws have ever been imposed by their government.

Freedom is to respect every other culture in your country. Every religion, every thought and every opinion.

Mecca Laa Laa wears a burkini on her first surf lifesaving patrol at North Cronulla Beach in Sydney, Australia.

Mecca Laa Laa wears a burkini on her first surf lifesaving patrol at North Cronulla Beach in Sydney, Australia.

“Enslavement of women” is what French government is doing these days, imposing their unethical law, is the real enslavement. Burkini has nothing to do with any terror activity, but banning burkini is provoking terrorists to justify their opinion against Europe.

Terrorists and Islam are two different things.

This week, photos emerged of four armed male French police officers demanding that a woman wearing a headscarf, long sleeves, and pants remove layers of her clothing at a beach in Nice.

Pictures have gone viral of police in Nice fining a woman for wearing a burkini

Pictures have gone viral of police in Nice fining a woman for wearing a burkini

The burkini’s inventor, Lebanese-Australian designer Aheda Zanetti, told Politico that France’s ban is “just hatred” toward Muslims.

“I created [burkinis] to stop Muslim children from missing out on swimming lessons and sports activities,” she said. “I hope the French prime minister and the mayors see that they should find out how to combine communities, how to work around issues, instead of harming the community, taking the beach away from some people and punishing them. That’s just hatred.”

Nevertheless, the ban was upheld in a court in Nice last week: “The wearing of distinctive clothing, other than that usually worn for swimming, can indeed only be interpreted in this context as a straightforward symbol of religiosity,” the court stated, arguing that such displays of religion are counter to the country’s secular code.

Ibtihaj Muhammad is Team USA’s first Olympian to wear a hijab.

Rio 2016: America’s first Muslim Olympian to wear a hijab

“It was really important for my Mum to keep me active, she saw how excited I was to be in sports and she wanted me to do that while observing the hijab,” she said.

Hijab or Burkini are dress code of Islamic culture, banning them is banning Islam.

Pictures from the protest against Burkini Ban

Protesters created a fake beach outside the embassy

Protesters created a fake beach outside the embassy

They called it a wear what you want party

They called it a wear what you want party

Stop Islamophobia

Stop Islamophobia

 

 

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