Tunisia bans niqab in public institutions

Tunisia bans niqab in public institutions

Keeping security concerns in mind, Tunisia has banned people from wearing the niqab, a full-face veil, in public institutions. Prime Minister Youssef Chahed signed a government order Friday that prohibits anyone wearing a niqab, which covers everything but the eyes, from accessing public offices. The rule, which takes effect immediately, applies to both staff and visitors.

Tom A
Tom A
Avi Khait
Avi Khait 6 months

It took a few bombings for the common sense to prevail. Note that they didn't ban the niqqab out of concern for women's rights (feministas, where are you?), but because they fear that terrorists would hide behind it.

AshLiamBerg 6 months

So the UK is more sharia compliant than actual Islamic countries. Screw this clown world.

Gus  Lone
Gus Lone 6 months

Funny that an african country has More sense than europea countries.

Terry carling
Terry carling 6 months

In a perfect world we wouldn't care about not being able to see faces, so this sucks that it needs to be done but it's a good thing it has.

Naidu VGA
Naidu VGA 6 months

Ninjas do they look like, ninjas couldn't they be ?

Petri Fide
Petri Fide 6 months

No Nazgul cosplay in public... keep that kinky sh!t at home.

RaiRai 6 months

Exactly what I've been saying all along. For security reason this should have happened a long time ago. Not only to detect a criminal, but also to find individuals who have been kidnapped.

Julian 6 months

Let’s do this in the US

Maesterfully 6 months


Sapper82 6 months

Wait for it, wait for it..... the false disgust and mouth foaming from the usual self destructive liberal elites, that have never been to an Islamic dominated area where they have to cover up and get the shit kicked out of them if they ‘dare’ to walk past a mosque. These same ‘woke’ idiots will not believe that so much is happening and the reports of rampant pedophillia are vastly understated- the police cover it up under the orders of the government. You couldn’t make it up in a shit b-movie.

adam ferrebee
adam ferrebee 6 months

based Tunisia...

White Man’s Burden
White Man’s Burden 6 months

That’s discrimination!!!!

MT144 6 months

Tunisia is a lovely country with a lot of potential in its people. I hope they will do well and prosper in the future.

Andrew Johnston
Andrew Johnston 6 months

In Australia anti discrimination laws supersede any security concerns because : diversity is our strength.

GUYIVKS 6 months

does pauline hanson know about this?

Roamer MGTOW
Roamer MGTOW 6 months

if it helps us see the true beauty and face of women, so be it. they should have nothing to hide.

Donald Darko
Donald Darko 6 months


Rocco Rattlebag
Rocco Rattlebag 6 months

You mean to say African countries are finally making sense?

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