ISIS bans the burka out of fear

 
ISIS bans the burka out of fear
ISIS has outlawed the burka at their security centres in a northern Iraqi city, despite previously brutally enforcing a law requiring them to be worn, reports the British newspaper Daily Mail.

The terror group have banned women entering the buildings in Mosul while wearing the full-face covering after a number of commanders were killed by veiled women.

Previously women in Syria and Iraq have been beaten or even killed by ISIS's 'morality police' for not wearing a veil to conceal their body and eyes.

The normal strict dress code implemented by ISIS forces all women to be covered from head to toe in black.

Women in the rest of Mosul except for the security centres, and in all other areas controlled by ISIS, will still have to abide by the strict dress code, it is understood.

Thankfully many European countries are a lot tougher than those cowards in ISIS, and have no problem not knowing who is hiding under a burka.

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