Another day, another Canadian controversy revolving around Muslim head coverings.
This time, the scene was a Quebec courtroom, where a judge refused to hear a Muslim woman’s case because she was wearing a hijab.
Leaders of all three major political parties, including the Prime Minister, have condemned the judges’s decision.
However, Brian Lilley reminds viewers that, despite what defendant Rania El-Alloul told the judge, wearing a hijab is not a religious obligation in Islam.
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