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France's burkini ban overturned by highest court

I do not think the state has the right to tell people that they cannot wear clothing that covers their skin. Think of it this way. The law as it is being applied in France essentially says it's OK to be topless on a beach but it's illegal to be there if you are covered up. How can that make sense? It doesn't to me.

I agree with the goal of protecting Christianity's place in society. I just think that this isn't the right tactic because it strengthens 'Big Brother' and this is a greater threat than Islam.

France's burkini ban overturned by highest court - World - CBC News


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