Mugshots showing Muslim women without hijabs were ‘a form of public shaming,’ protester claims

Shadiyo Hussain Ali

Shadiyo Hussain-Ali, Muslim criminal 5th Columnist

Jail officials in Cumberland County, Maine, have a special protocol for taking booking photos of Muslim women who wear hijabs. They’re photographed twice — once while wearing a hijab, and once without.

The scarfless photos are never supposed to be seen beyond the walls of the jail.

But the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office has launched an investigation to see if the religious rights of two Muslim women were violated after mugshots showing them without their hijabs were released to the media.

  • Martin B

    The Muzz are always the victims, even when they’re the criminals.

    • Exactly so.

      • Exile1981
        • Daviddowntown

          Later in the evening, a man driving an SUV attempted to push the vehicle through a group of women standing with their arms locked, gradually accelerating as they refused to yield until police officers pulled protesters out of the way.

          Officers stopped the man and had him exit the SUV a block away from the center of the protest and spoke with him for several minutes before allowing him to drive away.

          Imagine that and kudos to the driver.

    • Clink9

      It’s like they suck and blow at the same time.

  • Hard Little Machine

    I would prefer their picture be of them on fire or dipped in acid.

  • JoKeR

    I see a CAIR-supported lawsuit coming…..

  • Alain

    A photo of the alleged criminal totally hidden serves exactly what purpose? This is more Muslim BS and yet the authorities continue caving in to the crap.

  • Exile1981

    The point of arresting should be shaming. They violated the law.

  • mobuyus

    In some instances it may be best to double bag these dogs.

  • Editor

    Yes. You want medieval fashion edicts to take precedence over your current criminal law.

  • John Boy

    Maybe she should be sent back to her country of origin where this is how they shame someone?

  • robins111

    If they’re all as butt ugly as the one pictured, its probably best the photo’s never get shown. That one could bring tears to a glass eye.

  • Dana Garcia

    Mug shots are a form of public shaming — Yes.

    If you don’t want a mug shot and an arrest record, then don’t get arrested in a BLM stunt.

  • marty_p

    Now I see why their men find goats attractive.

  • Does one know what else is shaming? Raping women and then stoning them to death.