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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

'No place for burqa' in Denmark

The face-covering burqa and niqab veils worn by some Muslim women "have no place in Danish society", Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen has said.
"They symbolise a view of women and humanity that we totally oppose and that we want to combat in Danish society," he said.
Denmark was "an open, democratic society where we look at the person to whom we are talking, whether it's in a classroom or on the job".
"That is why we don't want to see this garment in Danish society," he said.
Mr Rasmussen said his centre-right government was "discussing ways of limiting the wearing" of the veils without violating the Scandinavian country's constitution.
The prime minister's comments came a day after the publication of a report which showed that use of the burqa was "extremely rare" in Denmark, though no figures were given, and that the niqab was worn by "between 100 and 200" women.

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Islam in Europe


agger said...

Yes, what a disgrace :-( .

Løkke is positively allowing himself to be hounded around by the current right-wing extremists in charge.

kelly said...

One of the main things that winds me up about this is that Danes are not even bothered about learning the difference between "hijab", "niqab" and "burqa".
They don't want to learn the history, the rationale, the controversy within the Islamic world or any of it... they just want it to go away.