Islams Take Over Of The World

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  1. Martin Alonzo

    Martin Alonzo Very Well-Known Member
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    In Canada it is so said that if you want a gun permit they take a photo of you unless you are Muslim and refuse to go without your burka then you do not need a photo. This is religious persecution of anyone not that is not Muslim. Canada I am glad I left sorry before I said something because they have now passed laws if you say anything honest about their religion you can go to jail.
     
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    That's another problem with the burqa, what is underneath
    And, is it male or female wearing it !
     
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    There are Christian denominations that require women to cover their heads as well. The Amish, for one, but also some of the Pentecostal churches and others. In the 1960s, none of the women in the church I attended (Covenant) would ever come to church with their heads uncovered, but most of them didn't wear a head covering except for church.
     
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    Even the Catholic church used to make women wear a little veil cap, etc. on their head as a covering. I well remember wearing one myself.
     
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    Nothing wrong at all in wearing a scarf or hat to Church, a tradition I like
    I well remember 'Sunday best' - even the poorest of us made an effort for Sunday - nice :)
     
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    No, there is nothing wrong with wearing a hat, scarf, etc to church services...unless one is forced to do so. I loved when Easter came and my sisters' and I got to pick out our new Easter bonnets to wear to church. But I wouldn't like it if anyone told me I had to wear these things.
     
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    When I was going to Catholic School and we had mass every Friday morning many of us forgot our lace head coverings (there is a name for them but I forget) we would pin a Kleenex to the top of our heads and it was accepted, lol.
     
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    Muslims don't have to wear certain clothing if they don't mind being stoned to death
     
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    That's against the law here so although it could happen, the person responsible will be prosecuted.
     
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    I remember doing that too when I forgot mine. :)
     
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    It's called a mantilla I think but ours weren't long just a round lace thing in either black or white.


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    We were 'never' told
    It was just tradition
     
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    They did have the longer ones at one time too that was more like a scarf. I remember my mom often wore the longer one but my sisters and I always wore the little cap one and it was mandatory in the Catholic church at that time.
     
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    I never saw the longer ones in my Catholic School or church. My mom always wore a hat...she loved her hats.
     
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    thlong veil.jpg This is one like my mom wore. :)
     
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    I never saw those back then or don't remember. In Church..lots of hats on the ladies. I don't remember what I wore on Sundays at church but do know that at Easter it was a hat.

    My mom and her hats is a memory I'll share on another thread one day...don't want to take this one off track anymore than I have. :)
     
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