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UPDATE 5.31pm: THE woman at the centre of the burqa row, Carnita Matthews, has a long record of driving offences and a history of not paying her fines.
Court documents have revealed that she had been fined seven times for traffic infringements before she was stopped by police in June last year for not displaying her P-plates in the incident that sparked the row that spilled over to the District Court in NSW yesterday.
Since she first received her learner licence in 1998 at the age of 33, she has twice had her provisional licence suspended for totting up too many demerit points and twice
Originally posted by Jocko Flocko
Yup, this type of facial covering would also make for the perfect disguise for a bank robbery. You could basically walk around the bank and get into position without anyone being the wiser. This kind of covering would also make the perfect getaway disguise, especially while driving away from the bank you just robbed.
Unless one were to speak while wearing such a disguise, you wouldn't even know if it was a male or a female that is comitting the crime.
Originally posted by My.mind.is.mine
reply to post by Kryties
There's plenty imams that even say a woman who wears niqaab ("burqa") needs to lift it in accordance with the law of the land.
"Burqa is not a part of Islam. It is a part of culture, the culture that the people of the subcontinent have been following since ages. Nobody can enforce a dress code in the name of Islam. It is categorically un-Islamic," renowned Islamic scholar Maulana Wahiduddin Khan told IANS.
Originally posted by solid007
Why are we too concerned about burqa?
Everything on earth is related to time. You got up this morning, you are going to go to bed tonight. Something is new, it will get old. Something is born, it's going to die.
I should think about me rather think about someone wearing a burqa.Is burqa more danger then armed guns?What should really be banned?
if a woman wants to wear a burqa let it be
Originally posted by drwizardphd--->> How can she see properly with that thing on?