France: Veiled French Muslim woman charged with inciting riots

Always the aggressor, always the trouble maker. The rules are never permitted to be the same for Muslims as for the rest of the population.They insist on special conditions for themselves and ignore the laws of the countries they live in, should they be non-Islamic countries. Often they will declare that they don’t respect or regard any other law than Islamic law and blatantly refuse to abide to anything else.

In Europe at times, it is required by people – no matter who you are – to show your ID. This is nothing unusual or targeted at anyone. Especially if there are security check-points you are always expected to show your ID or passport. Muslims, however, often refuse and start quarrels and disputes if they are asked for ID. Here is one such case from France:

Police told not to make public unveilings when French burka ban enforced next week

A French law passed in 2011 banned the wearing of the full-face-covering Islamic veil Photo: REUTERS

LILLE, FRANCE — A French Muslim woman has been charged with assault and inciting a riot in Lille after she refused a police identification check while wearing a banned full- face veil, a police source reported.

By Nargiza Ryskulova and agencies

3:12PM BST 07 Aug 2012

When police tried to take her to the station, she allegedly grabbed hold of a vehicle and started kicking, punching and screaming, the source added.

She allegedly tried to bite police and scratched one of them before being taken into custody. None of the officers were hurt.

The 18-year-old will appear in the court charged with assault, insulting police and inciting a riot for refusing to provide identification.

In a similar incident on July 24, three officers in the southern city of Marseille sustained minor injuries after they stopped a fully veiled woman near a mosque.

The woman, two men and a minor are due in court over the alleged assault.

The interior ministry reported that since Nicolas Sarkozy’s government passed a controversial law banning wearing niqab and burka in all public spaces there have been 91 incidents of women in niqabs being stopped by police outside Paris and nine incidents in the Paris region.

The law bans wearing full-face veils in all public spaces, allowing women to wear full-face veils only in their homes, in private vehicle and places of worship.

If women are found wearing full-face veils, they face a 150 euro (£130) fine.

The law sparked the debates across France, the country with the biggest Muslim population in Europe.


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