Skip to comments.Police will not forcibly remove veils from women: Danish justice minister
Posted on 04/20/2018 6:54:51 AM PDT by Olog-hai
A widely-discussed proposal to ban public wearing of face-covering garments including the burqa and niqab is set to be voted on in Denmarks parliament.
Minister of Justice Søren Pape Poulsen, who was scheduled to present the proposal in parliament for a first round of voting on Thursday, said that a passing of the proposal into law would not result in police forcibly removing womens burqas.
Women wearing the burqa in public would be fined or asked to go home, the minister told newspaper Politiken.
If they live nearby, they will be asked to go home, Poulsen said.
A further option would be for women to be accompanied to a police station, where they would be collected by a family member, he added.
I do not want police officers pulling items of clothing off people burqas or otherwise. That is not going to happen, he said, adding that police would not be given such instructions.
But exact orders for how the new law would be enforced remain unconfirmed at the current time.
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Will they be forcibly removed from men?
Eventually these same police will be forcing
women to WEAR these same veils, as islam
takes over their country.
What would Muslim men do to women who don’t follow their clothing rules?
The Scandinavian countries have lost their F***ing minds. So too has most of Western Europe.
Predictably, muslims will defy the law and dare the police to confront them. The Danish police will demur. This show of weakness will embolden the muslims to push for more overt islamization of Denmark.
The Danes have been on the forefront of Western European countries in countering the advancement of Islam. The Danes have been tiring of the muzzies crap for some years now.
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