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Last updated on March 6th, 2018 at 12:30 am
The Age’s Alan Attwood rejects John Howard’s burqa views—it’s “just another outfit,” he writes, “no more or less disturbing, even outrageous, than the lairy-coloured costumes that Howard has worn all over the world”—and claims:
I have boundless admiration for anyone whose outfit reflects, or is dictated by, their individual religious or cultural beliefs.
That sign reflects their individual religious or cultural beliefs. Admire them boundlessly! Pakistan’s Supreme Court hasn’t quite gone so far as hanging, although authorities directed to block Motoon websites should be concerned at the possibilities should they fail:
“We will not accept any excuse or any technical objection on this issue as it concerns sentiments of entire Muslim Ummah,” said Pakistan’s Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry adding that all the authorities would have to appear in the court with a report of concrete measures for the implementation of the court’s order.
(Via reader Andy, who notes: “Not only are the left obsessed with moral equivalence, now we have ‘attire equivalence’.”)
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