French Cities Banning 'Burkini' at Beaches



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    France’s Prime Minister has backed the banning of burkini swimsuits, saying they are not compatible with French values and are based on the “enslavement of women”.
    Michel Py, the mayor Leucate, was preparing to sign a municipal decree on Tuesday to bar access to public beaches to "any person who is not properly dressed, respectful of moral behaviour and secularis, hygiene and bathing safety".

    "The wearing of bathing clothes which are associated with these principles is also forbidden," says the decree, seen by the AFP news agency.

    The mayors of Oye-Page and Le Touquet in the north of France have been similarly outspoken, with MP Daniel Fasquelle saying: “There are no burkinis in Le Touquet at the moment, but I don't want the town hall to be caught offguard if we are affected by this phenomenon.”

    On Monday, a town in Corsica became the third in France to ban the full-bodied swimsuit following a clash between local residents and bathers of North African descent.

    Five people were injured in a beach brawl near the town of Disco, in Upper Corsica on Saturday, which reportedly erupted after young locals began taking pictures of North African families wearing burkinis.

    Independent



  • Well done France!



  • @Qarar jee

    Why Burkinis go there, in the first place?



  • There is famous line "if you don't like my apples don't shake my tree". If one cannot adjust in the adopted country then go back to your own motherland. Can the lady with the briefest "barbed wire" taking bath on the beach, do the same on any Islamic country beaches? In my opinion, it is more like a forced clumsy show-off of so called Islamic heritage with a passion "yes! we can do it right here".



  • برقینی کیوں برداشت نہیں بھئی ، مسلمان بھی تو بیچ پر جاکر بکنی برداشت کرتے ہیں اور کچھہ نہیں کرتے



  • Do not know if it relates to the topic but swimming pool and beaches do not follow a consistent set of rules in the world. This unexplained human psyche might be one of the reasons, the naked man started wearing clothes thousands of years of ago .

    In the mid 1980's a new swim suite called the thongs or G-sting bikini was introduced. Beach goers and onlookers had been enjoying this abbreviated clothing in the City of Sarasota, Florida for quite sometimes, when a big fat women started to show off her super size in her Suleimani thongs on the beach. People expressed their disgust and complained. The mayor of Sarasota Beach immediately introduced a bill in the city council to ban G-String. Now that is called discrimination.



  • Freedom of speech, freedom of writing, freedom of faith, freedom of dress all are included in the United Nations Charter of Human Rights. Period. But, there is a big PROVISO attached to this:

    Provided it does not create disgusts, hurts, injured feelings to another or other groups of society.

    It is as simple as that.



  • There is intense debate going on within the West on how to deal with their 'Muslim Problem'. Freedom of speech and freedom of religion are the pillars of their society. Banning a Burqa or Burkine is against their principles indeed, but in the wake of recent events in France, their patience is being tested. Religious and religious profiling has already begun in Europe and a few places in US, and things are going to get worse for practicing Muslims.

    You don't have to wear a bikini or a thong when going to a beach. I've seen equal number of people who are fully clothed and are enjoying water and semi-naked women but the problem comes with Hijab. If the same women in the above photos uncover their hair and remove that weird looking hijab, people wouldn't mind if they keep the rest of their clothes. It's very normal.

    I never understood the reason for women covering their heard in such a way that not a single hair is visible. Women's hair will hardly excite a man.



  • France's highest administrative court ruled that mayors do not have the right to ban burkinis.

    But if you thought that was the end of the matter, think again.
    Several French mayors have reportedly maintained their bans despite Friday's ruling concerning the town of Villeneuve-Loubet, near Nice, which could affect cities around the country.

    http://www.cnn.com/2016/08/29/europe/french-mayors-refuse-lift-burkini-ban/



  • " Women's hair will hardly excite a man"

    When a woman is described as beautiful, her hair is part of that beauty. Only a man will know!



  • @Friend Ayatullah anjaan jee

    Welcome back after a lapse of time. By the way, which hairs are you talking about?



  • @adnak said in French Cities Banning 'Burkini' at Beaches:

    @Friend Ayatullah anjaan jee

    Welcome back after a lapse of time. By the way, which hairs are you talking about?

    Friend Ayatullah Adnak
    Glad to be back and glad to read a sarcastic comment of yours!
    The "hair" I am talking about is often termed as "Zulfein". If this did not excite a man, the umpteen poets and writers would not have written so much about it. To quote some:

    Jaab oos zulf ki baat chali..dhaltay dhaltay raat chali

    teri zulfon se juddai to nahi maangi thi



  • @anjaan said in French Cities Banning 'Burkini' at Beaches:

    Jaab oos zulf ki baat chali..dhaltay dhaltay raat chali

    You're missing the whole point. When it comes to sexual excitement, 'zulfain' or hair is way down the list. Hair is attributed toward beauty of a women in general not necessarily sexual beauty. Plus, it's beneath the dignity of any poet to describe women's bo0bs & as$ in poetry.
    I've seen countless women who wear tight jeans, t-shirt but wear scarf to hide the hair. This is one way of fooling their fundoo husbands and fathers. The same is true about burkini. When a women gets into water, the clothing is sticking to the body like skin and it's more revealing to men. It wouldn't matter if such women hide their hair or not. Most men wouldn't care about hair at that time.



  • @anjaan
    Enjoy. That's for you.

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  • Wow Adnak ji!

    Do you have some more collection of such Pakeezaa snaps?



  • Wow imtiazahmad jee

    آپ سبزی کی دوکان میں داخل ہو کر گوشت کا پوچھ رہے ہیں



  • @adnak said in French Cities Banning 'Burkini' at Beaches:

    Wow imtiazahmad jee

    آپ سبزی کی دوکان میں داخل ہو کر گوشت کا پوچھ رہے ہیں

    Friend Ayatullah Adnak...Kehtay hain kay Sawan kay andhay ko hara hi hara soojhta hai....Hai na??



  • The same is true about burkini. When a women gets into water, the clothing is sticking to the body like skin and it's more revealing to men. It wouldn't matter if such women hide their hair or not. Most men wouldn't care about hair at that time.

    Do you realise that you have destroyed your own argument?



  • MOSLEMS men and women should be able to were what's lawful in islam.



  • @Qarar the intention is not to reveal bare SKIN?