March 14, 2016

Egypt drafts bill to ban the niqab, because it's a “Jewish tradition”

Rebel Staff

A bill has been drafted in Egypt to ban the burka. Sounds good, right? Actually, it's because the burka is apparently a 'Jewish' tradition.

The bill, drafted by the Egyptian Parliament would ban women from wearing the burka and niqab in public places and government institutions.

According to The Independent, MP Amna Nosseir, professor of comparative jurisprudence at Al-Azhar University, has backed the claim.

She has argued it has non-Islamic origins and is in fact a Jewish tradition which appeared in the Arabian Peninsula prior to Islam.

Cairo University has already banned face veils for nurses in medical schools and in teaching hospitals. In addition, academic staff were banned from wearing it because students could not communicate properly with someone whose mouth is hidden behind a veil.

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commented 2016-03-15 16:41:53 -0400
Next people will be blaming a Jew for the violence at Donald Trump rallies.
Oh, wait…
commented 2016-03-15 02:07:55 -0400
Canadian Mongrel you forgot about the other Islamic Scholar Sean Penson.
commented 2016-03-14 19:09:38 -0400
How to bring peace to the Middle East. Just tell all the Muslims every aspect of thier faith has its start in judaism. Problem solved.
commented 2016-03-14 14:46:15 -0400
Well if Trudeau finds this out he’ll ban them in Canada for sure. Now if they could just stop killing Christians they could be on to something. Actually I think turbans, niqabs, face veils and whatever were originally just ways to keep the sand and camel doo doo out of their faces.
commented 2016-03-14 13:33:54 -0400
Nothing new, really. Authoritative Islamic scholars have routinely asserted that the niqab is a pre-islamic cultural practice, not a religious requirement. And their expert opinions are routinely shouted down by the low-info heroes of western multiculturalism who insist that they know better.
As Bush, Sr. would say, “Read my lips.” When they insist that face covering is required by my religion, they are either ignorant or lying.
commented 2016-03-14 13:17:24 -0400
Common Sense coming from Egypt ? If the morons running Toronto agree with this article, their city might look like they are in North America again.
commented 2016-03-14 13:07:58 -0400
Well it is only obvious that everything in not just this galaxy but the entire universe is all the fault of the Jews. Weren’t the Jews responsible for the big meteor that hit the earth and killed the dinosaurs and I am pretty sure they caused the last ice age too, and of course it is only obvious they are responsible for global warming … well them, and Harper, of course.
commented 2016-03-14 13:00:17 -0400
As good a reason as any
commented 2016-03-14 12:45:56 -0400
If true this is too funny. I kind of wonder if Trudeau knew it was a Jewish tradition if he would have bothered to interject himself into the issue prior to the election or that the Niqab wearer’s upon learning this revelation would have told Trudeau don’t bother and as they whipped them off themselves.
commented 2016-03-14 12:39:59 -0400
Ban the Niqab, ban the Burka ! It would be a lot better to just ban the Burks.
commented 2016-03-14 12:34:36 -0400
In short, the Al Azhar University, which is the leading Massa rah of Islamic thought, is saying that niqabs and burqas are not religious requirements, but are cultural vestiges. Go figure.

Clearly, these leading Islamic scholars don’t know what they are talking about with respect to their religion. They need to consult with Junior, once he’s finished looking at his pictures from his selfie holiday in Washington, as to what the true meaning of niqab and burka are to the importance of Islam. He is the Canadian expert after all.
commented 2016-03-14 12:32:24 -0400
Whatever reason, if it was indeed a Jewish tradition, they had enough common sense to halt this insanity, so it’s definitely a step in the right direction as it should be.
commented 2016-03-14 12:14:06 -0400
Who gives a shit what excuse they use.

Banning this Saudi cultural export is a great step forward.
commented 2016-03-14 11:59:32 -0400
did not see that coming, but whatever. sounds good.