The Australian parliamentarian's denounced Islamic sharia
SHE claims she doesn’t have a problem with Muslims, but Jacqui Lambie is still refusing to back away from her call for Sharia law supporters to get out of Australia.
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The outspoken Palmer United Party Senator believes the Islamic legal system “obviously involves terrorism” and its followers need to instead follow Australian law “100 per cent”.
“If you are not going to show your allegiance to our constitution and to Australian law, then get out,” she told ABC’s Insiders program this morning
She is also sticking by her push to ban the burqa headdress, arguing it is a security risk.
“I believe it is a national security issue,” she said.
“It is just like anything else, it is like a motorbike helmet. It’s like a balaclava. I will not allow you to wear that into my office because it is a security risk.”
People should be able to show their faces and “they shouldn’t feel that they need to be oppressed, to be able to hide their faces,” she said.
“I think that’s the way for the future of Australia.”
that outfits like niqabs can provide robbers with a perfect disguise, and the same holds true with jihadists. It's also little more than a way for people who don't want to be part of society to separate themselves from it, but telling they're merely sad cases with social problems. Lambie is a very bold woman to speak out against concepts like the burka and/or niqab, and she's additionally right that sharia supporters have no place Down Under.
Labels: Australia, dhimmitude, islam, jihad, misogyny, terrorism, war on terror