France outlaws burkas

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    I can understand why they did it...but are they not condemning some women to choosing between their religious beliefs and their ability to leave the house?

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    No. It's the choice of those people to stay in the house rather than leave based upon their insane religious beliefs. Nobody is forcing them to do anything.

    France obviously regrets embracing Islam. What a shame it's too late for them to undo it.
     
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    Good for france!

    You leave out one option, the freedom of leaving france and moving to a muslim country.
     
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    What if they are French citizens?
     
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    But can you still burn a book?
     
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    What if they are? It's a security issue, and an oppression issue.
     
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    Life is a series of choices, some optional, some required. Choose which option best suits you out of the choices available. It's not always fair nor is it alway palatable but it's really that simple.
     
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    No problem. A Muslim is under no obligation to follow laws that restrict her freedom of religious expression.
     
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    They still have the freedom to move. Though i would prefer the men wearing the burkas and staying home.
     
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