Saturday, September 16, 2017

Belgium: Danish Muslim deported back to Tunisia when she refused to take off her nigab

(Brussels)  6 years ago, Belgium became the second country in Europe to ban the full Islamic veil in public. Offenders face a fine of 137.5 euros (£121; $197) and up to seven days in jail. Naturally, as this is such a huge human rights issue for the followers of the religion of peace, Belgium was taken to the European Court of Human rights for discrimination, and - shock and horror - the court sided with Belgium.

So when a Danish woman arriving from Tunisia today, dressed all in black, landed at Brussels airport and refused to take off her niqab, Customs knew exactly what to do - she was put on a plane back to Tunisia and sent on her way. State Secretary for Asylum and Migration Theo Francken confirmed the incident on his official Twitter account: