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Pirro is Right: The Hijab Reflects 'Adherence to Sharia Law'

Pirro is Right: The Hijab Reflects 'Adherence to Sharia Law'

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A former aspiring terrorist, accurately observes that "the proliferation of the hijab is strongly correlated with increased terrorism.... Terrorism became much more frequent in such societies as Indonesia, Egypt, Algeria, and the U.K. after the hijab became prevalent among Muslim women living in those communities."

The reason for this correlation is clear: Islamic Sharia commands jihad ("terrorism") against unbelievers no less than it commands Muslim women to don the hijab. Where one proliferates—evincing a societal adherence to Sharia—so too will the other naturally follow.

In other words, Muslims who adhere to non-problematic aspects of Islam also tend to adhere to problematic aspects of Islam. Why? Because the selfsame source—Sharia—contains both "moderate" and "radical" teachings (distinctions that exist only in the Western mind).