Governments that are formed by religious doctrine and use the power of government to support a religious belief undermines democracy and a free society.
Religion or religious cultures must not be used as the essential device for holding a democratic society together.
In an open, transparent and honest democracy there must always remain a separation between religion and government.
Religious neutrality by government demands that the halls, offices and institutions of the government are not used as the places for religious expression by any individual employee’s religious or atheist’s beliefs.
Diversity within a democracy cannot be defended by the male’s individual’s political-religious cultural traditions that coerce, female children, young girls and women to be self stigmatized and isolated within Canadian communities by demanding that they wear a religious symbol such as the niqab and burka!
For over 1400 years Muslim women have been explicitly prohibited by their religion from covering their faces and identity if they wished to pray in the Ka’aba, holiest house of God and the Muslim’s grand mosque!
As such in
Quebec and throughout , with all our customs,
traditions and respect for women and children, our governments must not now be
obliged to accept those who are committed to wearing a niqab or burka in
government offices or institutions. Canada
Quebec’s and Canada’s freedom of religion must recognize, rely on and uphold the truth and reject the false and wrongs of an interpretation of the Muslim religion that continues to be used to impose the worst king of no freedoms and stigmatization of women and children.
The government of
showing leadership with the introduction of a values charter for government
That at least attempts once and for all to take the veil off the lies Islamists use as propaganda in promoting their political-religious ideology.
The wearing of a niqab or burka is coerced barbaric cultural traditions that have NO connection to Islam or the Quran and further limits the fundamental rights of women and children.
By banning the wearing of a niqab or burka by government employees the Quebec government is effectively telling Muslims specifically and others generally to practice one’s religion at home or in a place of worship and adopt one of Quebec's and Canadian values for the respect of women and children.
For over 1400 years Muslim women have had to remove such cultural veils if they wished to pray. It is past time that the niqab and burka be permanently banned in all Canadian and Provincial government offices and institutions.