Al Queda Leader Captured Dressed As Woman. Should The U.S. Ban Burqas?

Burka [boo r-kuh]
1. a loose garment covering the entire body and having a veiled opening for the eyes, (usually) worn by muslim women.
2. a method of hiding shame of muslim women at being slaves to their cowardly men
3. a disguise used by effeminate, inbred, cowardly muslim men to evade detection either for the purposes of making a cowardly escape, or to facilitate a cowardly attack



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Al Queda Leader Captured Dressed As Woman. Should The U.S. Ban Burqas?

By Ed Mccain

After the reported arrest of an Al Qaeda leader dressed as a woman in Syria, several media outlets are raising important questions: Are burqas safe? Should the U.S. implementing stronger security processes when it comes to burqas?

According to the report, “Abu Muhammad al-Jawlani had managed to pass several military checkpoints dressed as a woman, until he was arrested by the Syrian army in al-Jaswiya, al-Qusayr, in his attempt to flee to neighboring Lebanon.” Authorities said the jihadist covered his face with a burqa and was even wearing makeup and lipstick.

“He shaved his beard, worked his eyebrows, and put on mascara and lipstick till he looked exactly like a woman.” Syrian forces told reporters.

France made headline news worldwide when they banned the use of burqas in public places last year.

Should the U.S. join France and other countries by banning burqas in all 50 states? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below!

Link to article:  http://christiantelegram.com/al-queda-leader-captured-dressed-as-woman-should-the-u-s-ban-burqas/
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