- In Friday. 8 march was international women's day - the day where people put a lot of focus on the position of women in the global community.
the Women were once men inferior, and it was men who had the power, and it was also men that were dominant in relation to everything.
- But, fortunately, got women the right to a life with a lot of basic human rights. They had the right to vote, and they began gradually to get a higher level up.
- Many of them are lawyers today, and many of them are looking a big sovereign country, and they've got exactly the same rights as men have, purely socially and legally.
- All are treated equal, and no matter which gender you have, then it is in no way essential for one's future prospects. But is it so mean that all the women now-a-days are treated fairly?
the nation - 1. feb. 2019 - at. 16:44 Got obnoxious glance: Niqab-woman stuck in the bus to Jutland
so begins Mohamad, debater, and gymnasielev, an op-ed for the nation! on the legislation which prohibit the bl.a women to go covered. You may know Mohamad from the debate-bombs as Mohamad on rapes and crime: Look however at the statistics (738 komnentarer), Figures nicely: Mohamad got to know that he should 'take home (714 comments)' and Mohamad: a Sofa and cash assistance (536 comments) and now he wants to strike a blow for the women who dare not go on the street. His speech continues as follows:
- The women fear a fine, because they exercise their inalienable freedom.
The fear that they are being pushed or spat on.
- In this case do I refer to women who voluntarily have chosen to go dressed with full suits, which is called burka or niqab.
- But now it is a criminal offence to go dressed as you want, as Naser Khader, Martin Henriksen and the other mps, has chosen to legislate about something personal.
- first, so it was perhaps said a thousand times that the politicians in no way agree that there are women in Denmark who are exposed to coercion, and therefore, it has been morally motivated to intervene and prevent someone in, to impose upon other people to go around with a niqab or burka.
- But the argument that women are forced into their suits, came in the moment the women themselves were out and demonstrate to keep their the burkha on.
- secondly, it is a strong attack on one's beliefs, and in Denmark we have the freedom to practice the religion I am convinced.
- So if my religion requires that I must organise my life in a certain way, then it is beyond any doubt, that I will follow my beliefs and to organise my life on the way.
- Therefore, I believe that women still should think that the fight must not stop, and they must continue to fight against the decision makers and the dominant individuals in order to ensure everyone's basic rights.
- Right now the ladies, that goes with the burka not vote, because they are taken by the police. They can't go to the forældremødet in the school, because they risk being reported to the police, and harassed by other parents.
- They can't go around freely, without being disturbed by other tomhovedede persons.
- as long As there are women who can't get out, because their peaceful attire can be considered as a kind of crime, not all women the same freedom of action which international women's day in high level is all about.
- So is it better that the day will be abolished, writes Mohamad, but what are you thinking?
D. 3. February described a niqab-clad woman, how it was to be seized by the police. She did on Women in the Dialogs Facebook page:
- Dear Danish citizens. We have reached a point where you no longer can be passive or neutral. Systematic oppression of the Danish muslims takes place - it has taken place for a long time, but it is becoming more and to a greater extent with time.
- You have to take the position. You have to convince friends and family about what is happening. You need to realize the seriousness of what is happening, wrote the woman bl.a..
On Saturday, marking the women in the Dialogue, incidentally, the Un day against racism - it takes place on the town hall square in Copenhagen. the