Raheel Raza: Burqas “make a mockery of Islam” and “should be unconstitutional”

Ezra spoke with liberal Muslim activist and author Raheel Raza about a Canadian court’s shocking decision to allow women to wear face coverings while taking the Canadian citizenship oath.

  • BillyHW

    I think Pakis should be unconstitutional.

    • canuckistan666

      you do realize that calling people ‘Pakis’ is a racial slur?

      • Unfortunately some people persist in saying things like that, no matter how many times they’re asked to respect the house rules at other people’s websites. Doesn’t seem a lot to ask, does it?

  • lolwut?

    She’s still a Muslim at her core.

    That’s all you need to know, it’s charade like the good cop, bad cop routine until they take over and then she’ll reveal her true self.

  • David

    The death cult makes a mockery of the death cult.

  • glasnost

    I’ve been watching Raheel Raza for a couple of years and I believe she’s authentic. Her statements against Islam have been consistent and unwavering.

    • Alex

      I agree. Trouble is, as with Tarek Fatah, no one cares what she has to say, least of all other muslims.

      • Alain

        Those other Muslims in Canada likely consider them to be apostates or at the very least lapsed Muslims. In any case they represent such a tiny minority of Muslims in Canada that unfortunately they can never change the situation.

        • lolwut?

          Suggest you read the Quran, it’s an instruction manual for war and invading taking over countries.

          Both Fatah and this woman believe in it….

          They smile and pop out babies while we focus our attention on the jihadists……

    • lolwut?

      Trust anyone who worships a pedophile warlord at your own peril.

    • kiwi

      Perhaps someone should point her in the direction of Sharia Law where covering is mandatory under the “women’s obligatory clothing” section.
      Female circumcision isn’t mentioned in the Qur’an either altho’ it also seems to be mandatory under sharia law.
      Then again, perhaps she is a Qur’an only muslim. Wish the lot of them would sort out their acts, half of them don’t seem to know what they are talking about and continually seem to advance arguments at complete odds with others of their ilk.

    • John

      In that respect she’s quite similar to Fatima Houda Pepin in Québec. Both are secularists, both express consistent and unwavering condemnations of the fundies in their ranks as well as stupid,liberal, sharia-Bolsheviks who think it’s OK to cover your face in all circumstances. Both are no doubt considered apostates by mainstream Islam…especially Fatima Houda because she married a Catholic Frenchman. Both display great courage.