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Bosnia considers face veil ban

24. August 2010. | 08:49

Source: Emg.rs

The Bosnian Central Parliament is to discuss new legislation on 1 September that would ban the wearing of a face veil, or niqab.

The Bosnian Central Parliament is to discuss new legislation on 1 September that would ban the wearing of a face veil, or niqab.

The new law would impose a 24-hour curfew on veiled women, and those violating the ban could be fined 50 euros.

Muslim women held a protest outside the Central Parliament in Sarajevo after the proposal was made by the Bosnian Serb Party of Independent Social Democrats (SNSD).

France and Syria have already banned the veil, and the Netherlands and Belgium are considering similar legislation.


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24. August 2010. 14:52:51



If some country`s are forcing or dictating its Citizens it means the world is going back towards slavery and its sad, to please powerful nations others are following same seems might is right !


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