French mother, 32, set to become first woman to be jailed for wearing banned Islamic veil


The one on the right – I can see her hands. What a slut.

A 32-year-old mother from France is set to become the first woman ever to be sent to prison for wearing an Islamic veil.

Hind Ahmas refuses to accept the legitimacy of a Paris court which has ordered her to spend 15 days learning her civic duties.

…’There is no possibility of me removing the veil,’ Ahmas said.

‘I’m not taking it off. The judge needs citizenship lessons, not me.’

Ahmas, who has already refused to pay a fine of around £100 for wearing a veil on another occasion, intends to take her case to the European Court of Human Rights.

She has launched a pressure group, Do Not Touch My Constitution, along with Kenza Drider, another veil wearer who wants to run for president in the Spring.

  • About time.

  • k2

    It’s all l too easy to bring these wonderful enrichers into our societies. But unfortunately, it’s not so easy to get rid of them and the problems that they cause, once they are here ….

  • Ego

    “Hind Ahmas refuses to accept the legitimacy of a Paris court ”
    In plain English: she does not accept the legitimacy of a court based on man-made laws instead of sharia.

    And she has the impudence to say that it is the judge who needs citizenship lessons, not her.
    She wants to live in France without accepting its laws. She should be kicked out of the country.

    I hope the article’s last sentence about the woman wanting to run for president is just a joke.

  • Slickfoot

    Another veil wearer to run for president… What anonymously?

    • H

      It’s perfect: This way superfluous and irrelevant considerations like how nice one’s hair is (Justin Trudeau) don’t come into consideration. It’s all about the policies. Or looked at another way, it’s like a surprise, a grab bag kind of thing: we have no idea what’s under niqab #3 … except that it’s your new president!!

    • Linda1000

      Don’t give Hillary any ideas. She’s already bad enough.

      • JusticeVegas

        I am shocked at all the polyester that had to die to make her tent-like pantsuits.

  • Linda1000

    Now that’s chutzpah.
    “I’m not taking it off. The judge needs citizenship lessons, not me.”

  • moraywatson

    Jail is too good for a supremacist muslima. Instead, sentence her to wearing nothing but shorts and a t-shirt for a week .

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    …dressed in those get-ups, I hope they get hired on to pick tobacco somewhere…

  • Dana Garcia

    What national constitution says it’s cool for people to appear in public wearing masks? BS.

    France is not the only place to disallow hiding one’s face.

  • Good.

    Don’t let her be a little victim.

  • Alain

    Having obtained French citizenship does not make her a French woman.