Two French students in their twenties strutted through Paris in niqābs and hot pants to challenge the anti-burqa law going into effect next year.
One of the anonymous Niqabitches is a Muslim and both feel that fining a woman who is voluntarily wearing a niqāb $210 is scandalous.
We were not looking to attack or degrade the image of Muslim fundamentalists, but rather to question politicians who voted for this law that we consider clearly unconstitutional.
If a man forces a woman to go veiled, he will get a $42,000 fine and jail time, a policy the Niqabitches consider disingenuous.
Do we really need a special burqa law to remind us that it is illegal to force someone to do anything against their will?