Hijab

They think Marine le Pen is their enemy when their real enemy is Islamic law

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I follow the facebook page My Stealthy Freedom that posts photos of women’s risking imprisonment and even execution for not wearing the compulsory Hijab in Iran. You would think that they would be happy that French politician Marine le Pen refused to wear the hijab when pressured to do so in Lebanon, a country that was once a Christian majority country. Instead, they bemoan the lack of left-wing politicians who are prepared to stand up for their rights as Muslim women. Marine le Pen is right-wing and a strong critic of Islam so her bravery in standing up to the Lebanese Grand Mufti doesn’t count because of her “worrisome agenda” Read more »

Checkmate: Real feminists are refusing to wear the hijab

Real feminists do not submit to the culture and values of a foreign culture and a misogynistic religion/ideology. They make a stand as all these women have done. It is no accident that all these women also happen to be highly intelligent. I suspect that their ability to think logically and to visualise what their opponent is going to do in the future is behind their principled stand against the hijab. When you think about it the Islamisation of the West is like a Chess game. Only some of us are not fooled by their use of pawns. Only some of us can see ten steps ahead and know where their attack is heading.

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French…National Front presidential candidate Marine Le Pen canceled a meeting on Tuesday with Lebanon’s grand mufti, its top cleric for Sunni Muslims, after refusing to wear a headscarf for the encounter.

…After meeting Christian President Michel Aoun – her first public handshake with a head of state – and Sunni Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri on Monday, she had been scheduled to meet the Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul Latif Derian

He heads the Dar al-Fatwa, the top religious authority for Sunni Muslims in the multireligious country.

“I met the grand mufti of Al-Azhar,” she told reporters, referring to a visit in 2015 to Cairo’s 1,000-year-old center of Islamic learning. “The highest Sunni authority didn’t have this requirement, but it doesn’t matter.

“You can pass on my respects to the grand mufti, but I will not cover myself up,” she said.

The cleric’s press office said Le Pen’s aides had been informed beforehand that a headscarf was required for the meeting and had been “surprised by her refusal”.

-reuters.com

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War is peace, Freedom is slavery, Ignorance is strength,Hijab is empowerment

There is NOTHING empowering about selling the lie that a woman’s hair is sexual and needs to be covered up. It runs against all our Western beliefs and values. Every concept of modesty in our culture revolves around sexual body parts. The hair on a woman’s head has always been a part of her beauty, literally her crowning glory. It has never been a sexual part of her body. There is nothing modest about covering your hair. In our culture when we put something on our head it is for one of three reasons only.

1. Practical reasons ie sun protection
2. Fashionable reasons ie to make us look more attractive
4. Uniform reasons ie to signify that we are a member of a specific group

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Nazi Paikidze is a real feminist role model

1-qilwftc2zlqsfjcs-p8ovw Unlike the third wave feminists that dominate so-called feminist thought in the world today, Nazi Paikidze is not interested in gender pronouns, labels, or blaming the patriarchy. Like the original Suffrage feminists, she is concerned about standing up for women’s legal liberties, in particular the oppressed women of Iran. Unlike third wave feminists who virtue signal with rants on social media at no cost to themselves, Nazi is actually putting her career on the line in order to make a stand against the way that Iran oppresses its women.

The best-ranked female chess player in the United States has said she would rather sacrifice her career than submit to demands to wear a hijab at the next world championship.

Nazi Paikidze, the reigning US Women’s Chess Champion, swore to boycott the 2017 contest, which is being held in Iran and will have an enforced Islamic dress code.

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Another perspective of France’s intentions regarding the Burqa and the Burkini

The below article is another perspective of France’s intentions regarding the Burqa and the Burkini. It is not arguing right or wrong but attempts to explain the French perspective. Only you the reader can decide whether the French perspective is moral or not.


This goes back to the philosophical issue of the tolerance of intolerance, or more broadly of whether objective moral truths exist or not. Western democracies, such as France, have self-determined that there are objective moral truths in the universe, of which include concepts of non-intervention (on the person, and when possible); of personal freedom; and of religious freedom.

The problem, however, is that western democratic philosophies don’t have room in them for unlimited freedom or tolerance. Some things may not be tolerated. This is lost on many observers of western democratic philosophy, especially the uninformed who see the Bill of Rights and incorrectly assume that the protections and tolerances they afford are unlimited (which is not the case; there are many exceptions in place, both legally and ethically, concerning the rights laid out in that particular document). As an example relating specifically to religious tolerance, even a “deeply held” religious belief in the spiritual power of snake handling is not protected in the States because of the great risk untrained professionals have, both towards themselves and others, of injury when handling snakes.

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Susan doesn’t like symbols of oppressive groups and neither do I

This will be a short post.

Susan Devoy in her open letter to us all said this…

Not long ago we publicly called out Neo Nazi fascists who wanted to march against child abuse. Many Kiwis joined us when we argued that the symbols of a regime that murdered 1.5 million children have no place at a march against child abuse.  That’s not us.

In my open blog post to Ms Devoy I say this…..

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Olympic madness, handicapped by Hijab, comes last, gets praised

Our MSM are bizarre. Remember the free bleeder runner who stole the thunder of the actual winner of the race because she ran the race with period blood running down her leg? The media ignored the real winner and buzzed around a woman who they called an ” inspiration ” simply because she had no hygiene standards whatsoever. They turned a smelly woman with soiled pants into a feminist super star! Even funnier was the fact that the free bleeding movement was a prank started by 4CHAN and embraced by stupid third wave feminists.

Smelly 3rd wave feminist running in soiled pants made famous by the MSM who ignored the actual winner of the marathon.

Smelly 3rd wave feminist running in soiled pants made famous by the MSM who ignored the actual winner of the marathon.

The media have done it again with the Saudi Arabian athlete who despite being a loser has overshadowed the real winner and according to the media “won the support of women all over the world.”

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I am sick to death of the double standards

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If I was in an Islamic country I would be forced to show respect for their culture by wearing a hijab just as female politicians have when visiting Islamic countries.Western women in Islamic countries are expected to submit to their values and culture yet many Muslim women refuse to submit to Western values and culture. This is a blatant double standard and I am sick of our media defending it.

Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop holds a press conference with her Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif following a meeting in Tehran on April 18, 2015. AFP PHOTO / ATTA KENARE

Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop holds a press conference with her Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif following a meeting in Tehran on April 18, 2015. AFP PHOTO / ATTA KENARE

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Face of the day

Entitled Muslim Sues Boss For Telling Her 'No Hijab,' Judge Gives Her Nasty Surprise

Judge Juliane Kokott (pictured) not only ruled against a Muslim woman’s demand to wear the hijab at work, she also issued some good news for European businesses.

After 10 years of fighting a legal battle to be allowed to ignore company rules a Muslim convert was told by today’s face of the day Judge Juliane Kokott,that not only was the court ruling against her discrimination case, but that all companies in the EU can ban Muslim employees from wearing headscarves as long as they have a rule that states that workers must refrain from religious and political symbolism. This is a fair verdict as it treats all religions and political affiliations equally.One rule for all is as fair as it can get.

The headscarf ban “may … be justified in order to enforce a legitimate policy of religious and ideological neutrality pursued by the employer,” Juliane Kokott, a German advocate general at the EU Court of Justice in Luxembourg, said in a statement on Tuesday (31 May). Kokott said G4S was right to have a no-symbol policy “because of the special nature of the work which G4S employees do” and because Muslim scarves or other religious paraphernalia would have “a defining impact … on the image of the firm.”

Kokott added that businesses must first establish “a general company rule” that bans religious symbols of any kind, adding that it must be “proportional” to all ideologies to be fair. Since Christians and Jews would not be allowed special rights in the workplace, Muslims should adhere to this rule just like everyone else.

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Brave Iranian women continue to fight oppressive gender laws

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Rules on ‘Islamic dress’ for women are enforced by police in Iran. In this picture, two policewomen warn a woman (centre) about her hair and clothing during a crackdown on skirting of the law in 2007. Majid Saeedi/Getty Images

Most of us believe in religious freedom but few of us would support a religious legal system of government. In Iran the government has removed people’s freedom to practice or not practice the religion or non-religion of their choice and instead forces them to adhere to one religion’s rules in a totalitarian manner.

Iranian MPs - before & after the Islamic revolution of 1979.

Iranian MPs – before & after the Islamic revolution of 1979.

When any religion uses force or coercion to keep and control its members it has more in common with a cult than it does a religion.Personal choice is something that we take for granted here in the West and we women must never forget how hard other generations of women fought for us here in New Zealand to enjoy the freedoms we have today. Women in Iran used to have freedom but it was taken away from them. They now are fighting a very difficult fight to regain even the most basic of rights, such as the right to feel the wind through their hair.

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