Tuesday, May 18, 2010

"Burka Rage" en Francais?* et Le Corancan

A presumed feminist lawyer tears the burka off a woman at a French shop. The lawyer's daughter joins in.

As does the burka wearer's husband (perhaps because he won't let her go around unaccompanied, presumably to protect her from the attention from other men).

What to think of this?

A fight of authoritarians.

And how do the French say burka rage?

P.S. Some artistic commentary. Moulin Rouge meets burka. "Le Corancan"
The Tolerance of Abuse ?

The Sublime Quran ?

The Multiculti Trap:

Christopher Hitchens, in his CityJournal review of Mark Steyn's book, argues that we in the West must demand:
An end to one-way multiculturalism and to the cultural masochism that goes with it. The Koran does not mandate the wearing of veils or genital mutilation, and until recently only those who apostasized from Islam faced the threat of punishment by death. Now, though, all manner of antisocial practices find themselves validated in the name of religion, and mullahs have begun to issue threats even against non-Muslims for criticism of Islam. This creeping Islamism must cease at once, and those responsible must feel the full weight of the law.

Multiculti Meets its Limits

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