Here’s the thing. You can’t stop people from wearing what they want to wear. That seems like a denial of basic rights, as long as it’s not public nudity. But religious covering that is forced upon little girls is disgusting and we shouldn’t be forced to support a religion that does this to young girls and women. So I think they should allow it, but as a society, we should be allowed to have our own critical opinions of it.
Can someone explain the logic behind this? How are you protecting freedom by banning someone’s ability to practice their faith? To the people calling it a symbol of oppression, what does that mean? What’re the criteria for something to be considered symbols of oppression, who decides it, and how often is it re-evaluated if we are doing things for the sake of modernity? For the people saying that children and religion should be kept distant, does this extend to things like Christmas and Easter? Having gone to school in Canada, not one religious event was ever mentioned let alone celebrated except for Christian ones.
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