Australia is a country of immigrants. Why are the latest African and Middle Eastern Moslem immigrants so unwilling to embrace Australia. If not that they hate the country they have come to live in, they certainly don't seem to want to be a part of it, so different to our previous immigrants, of which I am one, albeit a long time one.
This principal, Omar Hallak, is the head of a partly funded by government Moslem school and he told students that Islamic State was a only plot by Western countries.
Forget my fantasies and memories. Let's get back to the Moslem school principal. He has banned the female students from running in sports events as such running may break their hymen and so the betrothed would no longer be 'a virgin'. I don't know if running breaks a hymen, but it sounds awfully like what the nun said about getting pregnant through a fence to me.
From some reading I understand having your virginity taken during the first intercourse can be painful. It sounds to me like first intercourse will not be terribly good for woman. But apparently the hymen must be intact to prove the woman is a virgin. Ah, you are marrying this woman and on your wedding night you already don't trust her when she says she is a virgin and physical proof is required?
Another memory. Step Mother was not allowed to ride a horse when she was young, as that could break her hymen. Unknown to her parents, she was already having sex by the age of fourteen and her hymen had been well and truly broken.
That the Australian taxpayer, like me, funds these crank religious school that preach such rubbish and are determined to have Moslem women live like they would back in the countries they were so eager to leave is intolerable.
One last word from Omar Hallak? The girls may fall over when running and break a leg, and so render them infertile.
Lordy, women with broken hymens, broken legs, infertile woman. I am prepared to tolerate religious and cultural beliefs, but not tossers like Hallak talking such nonsense. If his church school is typical of what we fund from our taxes, then maybe our taxes could be better spent on schools that provide some education in the sciences and human rights.
Related, while some Moslem women might like wearing a veil, not all do,
There is also a Facebook group of women removing their veils in front of a sign saying, Sisters, observe your hijab. Good on 'em.
The hijab may not be so bad but I find the niqab and the burqa vile. While some woman say they it is their preference, surely it is mostly societal conditioning and clearly many who don't want to wear either are forced to.