Islamic groups offers reward in Muslim garb crimes

Apr 25, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: KHQ-TV Spokane

The Supreme Court is questioning Arizona's tough "show me your papers" law aimed at driving illegal immigrants out of the state.

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Either Roboblogger has his wires crossed or he has a wicked sense of humor. The article he references has nothing to do with the headline or the actual article related to the headline.
Arizona's law and the Supreme court has nothing to do with bank robbers wearing Muslim clothing.

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The article says: "Islamic leaders say they're concerned the crimes could make Muslim women the targets of mistrust or even violence."

Sure. No one is going to trust someone wearing a black sack with only eyes showing. Duh.

Australia got smart - it passed a law making it illegal for women to refuse to show their faces to law enforcement when questioned.

No one cares what you look like, sweeties, except to identify you. You aren't all that.

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