it seems that the daily telegraph doesn't allow readers comments any more and it's noticable that this article is well hidden away in the womens/life section of he newspaper where few people casually reading would find it.Title idea found on 5th paragraph.
Well written article, recommended reading.
by ''allochthonous'' i assume you mean indigenous white Belgium girls.?They will have fun with the allochthonous girls who live close by but to marry them? No way, they are sluts.
As such, I propose that bikinis and all forms of bathing garments be banned on the beach and elsewhere for fear of intimidating naturists men and women into feeling ashamed for exposing their own flesh.And I’m afraid the fact that a woman may “choose” to wear a burkini doesn’t mean that her “choice” must always be respected. Not if it ends up intimidating other Muslim women into feeling ashamed for exposing their own flesh, making integration even harder. It’s not what the burkini is, but the poisonous ideology it represents.
it seems that the daily telegraph doesn't allow readers comments any more and it's noticable that this article is well hidden away in the womens/life section of he newspaper where few people casually reading would find it.
I wonder why.?
So what you are saying is, if there are Muslim countries that deny certain freedoms, France should follow suit? By that argument, all nations should find the worst offenders against human rights, and imitate them.There is another argument...those freedoms of clothing enshrined in France are not reciprocated elsewhere...in particular in countries of predominately Muslim populations.
Many in France are suggesting that those who wish to keep their Muslim religion and/or culture, whilst living in France, should remember those same freedoms aren't available from where they came. This is the genesis of the beach-attire argument (although conflicted by using security as a reason) which I personally find is the wrong message. A better way is for one French martyr to flaunt in her bikini on a Saudi beach and work from that result...tit for tat.So what you are saying is, if there are Muslim countries that deny certain freedoms, France should follow suit? By that argument, all nations should find the worst offenders against human rights, and imitate them.
I think it is about respect.Imitation is not the same as reciprocation though.
I think Davita makes a valid point which is a very actual and pertinent question for many people (and politicians) in the west. How far should you go with exceptions and concessions for other cultures if the own citizens abroad don't get the same treatment?
Of course it's never black or white and you could argue 'we are better than that'. And there will be as many examples you can use for one argumentation or the other (some are ridiculous of course): if Christians are not allowed to have their church tolling bells in an Islamic state, should Mosques be allowed to call for prayer in western countries? Should we forbid tearooms, if bars over there are not allowed? Should we provide holidays and time off during Islamic festive seasons if our own people over there can not openly celebrate their own religious holidays? Etc.