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Ulquiorra35 View Drop Down
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  Quote Ulquiorra35 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Topic: MUSLIMS
    Posted: 30/October/2017 at 19:59
(NOTE: Im not against muslim, infact I love muslim,
I would even smash lol....)

1. In Aus, are Muslims still allowed to wear their ninja mask thingies while driving?

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  Quote citizen-joe Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30/October/2017 at 22:40
If you can't be bothered looking up the name of what you mean, why should we try and second guess you.

There are a number of different items of cultural dress the members of several different religions wear, at times, weather any are regularly worn while driving I don't know, never see any driver wearing something that I could identify as cultural dress. But I've been watching the road, not the faces of the other drivers.

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  Quote Ulquiorra35 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31/October/2017 at 11:18
I already researched what its called and it has many names : "baruk, veil, hijab" etc .... and I assumed englishians wouldnt exactly have a clue what im talking about so instead i described it as the muslim dark head cover thingy so yous would have a better understanding of what in talking about, you know what im sayn.

But in Australia, is it legal or illegal to wear while driving?

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  Quote Eddy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31/October/2017 at 11:57
Legal I would say. Nothing to stop you wearing a full face motorcycle helmet in a car either.

Red light cameras are intended to capture the licence plate and not the drivers face.

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  Quote emca01 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01/November/2017 at 13:35
Ninja thingy... wow. So far you have demonstrated cultural insensitivity to Muslims, Asians, the English and all the other Australians who you have assumed all come from a mythical place called Englishia.

I was on a train recently and saw people covering a large portion of their faces with surgical masks... do you think that is legal?do you think it should be? Do you think drivers should be allowed to wear a burka? When I ride my bike in winter I wear a balaclava. Do you have an issue with that?

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  Quote emca01 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01/November/2017 at 19:29
Nope not done with you yet. Better to sayou nothing and let people assume you are stepid rather than write something as nonsensical as what you've written and confirm it beyond all reasonable doubt..... 'englishians' ????

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