Three Cheers for Poland


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One European country that’s moving in the right direction.

The Burka and Celebrating Diversity


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The Left’s mental illness on full display.

Woman Exercises Her Rights – And Some Lefts – Against Iran’s Veiling Law


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Cleric badly beaten, sent to hospital for three days, by woman he told to cover up.

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The Great Muslim Cover-Up


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Covering up women and the truth about Islam.

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Do Clothes Make the Muslim?


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Buddhists don’t wear burqas.

French Canada vs. Sharia


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Quebec courageously introduces a bill that says no to the niqab. Will other Canadian provinces follow?

French Canada Fighting Islamism


Multiculturalism is threatening to ruin Canada by purporting that all cultures are equal.  How this definition reconciles those cultures that practice and affirm Strict Shariah with that of our democratic system of human rights is beyond reason.
The niqab is a sticky point in Canada.  It is the ultimate symbol of female oppression.  It also denies [...]

The Naomi Wolf Award Goes to … Joan Scott, Misogynist


Joan Wallach Scott is an influential Princeton University historian whose poisonous brand of academic feminism sanctions Islamic misogyny in the name of cultural relativism. Her 2006 polemic, The Politics of the Veil, was an intellectually lazy attempt to shut down opponents of public veiling in France with broad accusations of racism, imperialism, and paranoia.
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Death By Hijab. But What’s It Got To Do With Isadora Duncan?


I have gone on record, many times, about how hazardous the Islamic Veil is to women’s health in both medical and psychiatric terms. There are other kinds of health risks involved in adopting Islamically “modest” dress. For example, in England, Muslim nurses are now refusing to leave their arms uncovered below the [...]

What to Tell Our Daughters


This morning I found my almost 10-year old daughter with a towel wrapped around her head so that it was draping down past her waist. She was pretending to be a bride. “This is what my veil will look like when I get married, Mom. Do you think it’s pretty?”
And then, this: “Mom? Why did [...]