It’s just good old “muscular liberalism,” right?
Whatever it is, there is no doubt that the French government’s attitude towards Islam and its Muslim population has contributed to an environment where veiled women can and are attacked.
Islamophobic Attack On A Veiled Mother in Moselle
Collectif Contre L’Islamophobie En France (Google Translate)
The incident occurred in the evening of Tuesday, February 18 around 18:15.
The victim, a young mother with her toddler, was violently attacked while returning slowly towards his home after shopping.
The attacker suddenly stopped his vehicle before verbally take the young woman, whom he accuses of wear the full veil ” The driver yelled at me: You have to go to Iraq eh […]! In France, we do not dress like that! “ […] “Go back to your country …”.
Very agitated, the individual is left to his vehicle, walked away, then eventually turn around to attack again to his victim and snatch her veil him shouting “It is forbidden by law […] here, we respect women “ (assault a woman because of his religion and its origin is this definition of respect for women: ed.)
A man who attended the scene immediately intervened to assist the victim and stop aggression.
The victim is still very shocked and was very afraid for her child : “I picked races downed and taken my stroller, which under the impact of physical aggression, had rolled to the curb … I ‘ve found wobbly against the wheel of a parked car. He could have something happen to my son … the stroller could be completely reversed. “
Our legal team are currently in contact with victims to encourage them to complain and bring him any psychological assistance necessary.
Comment: In principle, women have the right to wear what they want. However, there is an endless Hatfield vs. McCoy between Muslims and non-Muslims in attacking each other women for wearing the wrong clothes, as well as rumors that Muslims force captured women to walk around semi-nude. As Muslim countries have and want to have ICBMs, I think even Atheist women should have the right to wear burqas without being pressurized to adopt Islam in whole. What the heck, I think even Atheist men should have the right to wear burqas.