All I've kept saying is if you cover your face you can't be recognized. Some aren't allowed to. Why not all? Aren't all people equal before the Law? Nev
Moslems who refuse to show their faces or stand in court for the judge.
Here is how my view may differ. If there is an assertion that the law is different for some people or the law is being applied differently then I need more than hearsay. It may be entirely true in which case I would agree that it is out of order but we also have to be careful we don't jump at straw men.
We often hear the "we should ban the burqa" or whatever as if it is this huge widespread problem and I ask myself how many Australian Muslim women actually wear it. For 7 years I live in an apartment that overlooked the Newport mosque in Melbourne. Not once did I see the full female getup. I have seen it once in Footscray, once in a shopping centre and once on a train in Sydney.
The point is if someone says Muslims are refusing to stand in court or uncover their face when appropriate I need to know if this is a total myth or partially true or widespread. A search of these topics reveals very few cases.