Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Do we really need to make accommodations for Muslim woman in prison?

Will Maris please step forward?
The Council for American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is pushing for a policy that would allow Muslim female prisoners to keep their heads covered "during detention and [in] photos" while in detention "in all local and federal U.S. prisons." 
According to Al Arabiya, CAIR legal counsel Nadhira al-Khalili is working on the issue through several cases in different states, as well as with "an attorney for the Department of Justice's Office of Civil Rights."
Read the full story HERE.

Well I suppose if they wear these cloths while robbing banks and committing murders to keep authorities from identifying them on surveillance cameras etc. It's only right they should be allowed to do the same while in prison.

How's this, don't commit the damn crime to begin with and you won't need to worry about the wardrobe.

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Anonymous said...

CAIR. Maybe they should CARE more about Muslim women's rights when they are not in prison. Say like at home with their husbands who beat them, and relatives who rape them. Stuff like that.


Anonymous said...

I do not mean to imply that all Muslim men treat women that way, but wasn't it just after the Boston bombings that we learned what one Boston Islamic mosque was publishing guidelines for men that suggested beating their wives when they fell out of line?

So yeah, maybe CAIR can start actually helping women, rather than making sure they are further subjugated--even in prison by forcing them to remain hidden.