World News

Danish School Bans Muslim Students From Wearing Niqab

Fullscreen capture 552016 44847 PM.bmp

It is unbelievable how brainwashed those women are. It is really sad.

RT:

An adult education center in a Copenhagen suburb has told six Muslim students that they can no longer attend classes unless they remove the niqab.

The controversial move is an effort to promote “free and unhindered communication” which would be compromised by the face veils, VUC Lyngby school wrote on its Facebook page.

 

“Teaching takes place by means of communication, and as a teacher you can better understand your impact if you can see that what you’re saying is being received by the student. And this cannot be done if they’re wearing a niqab,” deputy headteacher Inge Voller told Metroxpress.

 

According to the school, the rules were changed last autumn to no longer allow students to cover their faces during classes. However, it came into the spotlight this week, after the school posted it on its Facebook page.

 

The school has stressed that “everyone is welcome” at the institution. It said that while no one has been thrown out of class for wearing a niqab, the policy will apply to all future students.

 

The six women who were told they would not be able to attend future classes while wearing the niqab were offered the chance to follow the curriculum via e-learning.

 

VUC Lyngby said that the move was not religiously motivated.

 

“This isn’t a question of religion or ethnicity but on learning, as we are an educational institution. It’s about how to create the best learning and we believe you can do that best when you can communicate openly with one another,” school official Inge Voller said. More

Previous post

Rush Limbaugh: Trump Will Beat Hillary Clinton in Landslide Win

Next post

Judge Orders Hillary’s Aides To Answer Questions

Join the conversation!

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, vulgarity, profanity, all caps, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain a courteous and useful public environment where we can engage in reasonable discourse.