“We are not forced to make these clothing choices, nor are we oppressed,” women from the Muslim Council of Britain wrote in a letter to Johnson.
How ridiculous. There are Muslim girls in the West and in the world who don’t want to wear hijab, and they are beaten, tortured and killed. Rifqa Bary, Amina Said, Sarah Said, Jessica Mokdad, Noor Almaleki, Aqsa Parvez can tell you about that — except with the exception of Rifqa Bary, those girls were honor murdered for their desire to live free.
That’s the real story here: the focus should be on the oppression of women in Islam. But of course it’s all on Johnson and his supposed “islamophobia.” The oppression of women in Islam means absolutely nothing to the enemedia. Their job one is to protect Islam at all costs.
“Boris Johnson Faces Investigation For Criticizing Women Who Wear Burkas,” by Grace Carr, Daily Caller News Foundation, August 9, 2018 (thanks to Todd):
British politician and journalist Boris Johnson is facing an investigation after he criticized women who wear burkas in an op-ed.
Johnson is under fire after writing a Sunday op-ed calling burkas “oppressive and ridiculous,” and likening the looks of women who wear burkas to “letter boxes” and “bank robbers.” Johnson pushed back at Denmark’s recent ban on burkas in his piece, published in The Telegraph, arguing there is no reason to ban the garb simply because it’s oppressive.
An independent panel will investigate Johnson in order to determine if and what action should follow. The panel might refer Johnson to the Conservative Party’s board, which can expel him if it sees fit, BBC reported Thursday.
Conservative party elected officials and representatives must “lead by example to encourage and foster respect and tolerance,” according to the party’s code of conduct. They must not “use their position to bully, abuse, victimise, harass or unlawfully discriminate against others,” the code also states.
British Prime Minister Theresa May and Conservative Party chairman Brandon Lewis have demanded Johnson apologize, but he refused.
“We are not forced to make these clothing choices, nor are we oppressed,” women from the Muslim Council of Britain wrote in a letter to Johnson, BBC reported….
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