So where's the citation from your end? Surely, if this really happened, you have a link to an article about it, do you not? Until then, it's just unverified chit chat - something you are very good at.What citations? Do you not read news papers? May be in "your" papers, they hide such news.
First of all, I see women in the U.S. wearing burqas all the time. I cannot speak for Europe as I don't live there. However, it is my understanding that laws that do partially ban burqas and hijabs were passed as a reaction to incidents whereby your fanatical comrades decided to strap bombs on women and hide them underneath their Burqas. Hence, laws were passed to make it harder to do that. You can blame your fellow jihadists for that, not "The West". If your people played nice and stopped intentionally trying to harm civilians, maybe they wouldn't have to put restrictions on them.What is this "law against Burqas" in most European countries? Why do they not give the "choice" to women to dress any way they like?
It is you people who in West beat your drum loudest in support of Freedom of Choice, why it gets changed in the matter of Muslim women?