…I do know that this trend is growing fast and cannot just be “tolerated” as a minority tendency, just one of many choices people make.Yasmin’ll tell you what can be tolerated, and what can’t. For the tolerance!
They keep apart from fellow Britons by withholding proper human interactions. It’s not right or fair.It's perfectly right - and fair - to withhold 'proper human interaction' if we wish. You are not owed that - if you feel you don't get it, you're free to go elsewhere.
Indeed, if the state simply allows shops and organisations to make their own minds up, free of the looming threat of prosecution on 'discrimination' grounds, then as Longrider points out, we may soon see a sea-change.
But Yaz isn't exactly being honest about why she wants the burkha banned...
We Muslims are already unfairly thought of as the enemy within. Niqabs make us appear more alien, more dangerous and suspicious.Yes. It's all about you, Yaz, isn't it? You, and your plan:
Many others are trying to promote progressive Islam, which fits our times and needs.No. It doesn't. Religion - any religion - has had its day.