There seems to be trouble in the birthland of the Muslim Brotherhood.
“A court in Egypt has ruled that the American University of Cairo cannot ban women from wearing the niqab - the full Islamic face covering - on campus.”
I know for a fact that if a chick shows up in niqab in a school in Morocco, she’ll have a really hard time justifying it. Indeed, she’ll probably be expelled and there’s nothing she can do about it.
Incidentally, the famous case of the little French school girl who wanted to wear a veil (not even a niqad, just a regular scarf!) was forbidden from doing so by a French court. The judge ruled that religious symbols weren’t allowed in public schools.
A cunning pair of Muslim teenagers took the precedent to a whole new level when they sued their school because it had a Christmas tree inside the school property.
Now, what do you defenders of freedom say about this? Is the Egyptian ruling a victory for freedom of choice?