A Catholic school in the UK has shown some anti-dhimmitude by banning a Muslim woman wearing a niqab from a meeting
A mother was barred from a parents' evening at her child's school because she was wearing a veil.
The mother-of-one arrived at the function wearing a full veil which covers every part of the body except the eyes.
But she was turned away by on health, safety and security grounds after the headteacher said visitors' faces should be visible at all times.
The woman, who is a former pupil of the school, is furious with her treatment and says her religion should not affect her access to the Catholic school.
The incident happened in Blackburn, Lancs, which was at the centre of controversy three years ago when Jack Straw MP angered Muslim groups by suggesting women who wear veils over their face can make community relations harder.
The former foreign secretary branded the veil is a 'visible statement of separation and of difference' in 2006.
The move caused fury among Muslim groups who condemned Mr Straw and accused him of discrimination.
The latest incident is set to reignite the row over the right to wear whatever clothing the religious believer chooses.
And that's a shame. If it does, it'll show how the Islamists have no respect for safety measures.
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