Tiktok vs Crazy French Republic

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“Yes, there is an erosion of secularism within our educational institutions. We are fighting for the implementation of the 2004 law (…) The school is a sanctuary and a fortress for the republic.” (Sarah El-Hairy, Minister of State for Youth and National Public Service in the French Senate on October 5, 22)

In Iran, there are girls who take off their headscarves in class in protest of the headscarves worn by the government. In France, there are girls who go to class wearing a headscarf, which is absolutely not allowed. They protest reverse coercion: the ban on headscarves in school. I sympathize with both, because in Iran it is progressive to fight the headscarf ban, and in France it is progressive to challenge the headscarf ban in schools. Either way, it’s about a woman’s right to decide for herself what she wants to wear on her head, without interference from legislators and law enforcement officials. It is the same battle against enemies.

In France, the government is concerned. She sees an Islamist attack on secularism, particularly against the 2004 law banning the headscarf in school. I think the law can be amended and the so-called attack is very positive.

The State Council wrote on the problem of headscarves in its 1989 opinion that “the principle of secularism in public education (…) states that education is provided on the one hand with respect for impartiality in programs and with teachers, etc., on the other hand through the freedom of opinion of students.” (…) The freedom of students so recognized means that they have the right to express and display their religious beliefs within school premises, respecting the pluralism and freedom of others, and without prejudice to educational activities, to the content of programs and from the obligation of regular attendance. (…) “

And the State Council concludes: “What is stated here follows In school buildings, it does not in itself contradict the principle of secularism for students to wear signs indicating their affiliation to a religion, to the extent that this is an exercise in freedom of expression and expression of religious belief. (…)” (my focus, EH)

According to this firm advice of the French Council of State, religious signs in themselves are not incompatible with secularism, but the Council sees a limitation of this freedom if it would harm education or the rights of other pupils, or if these expressions deteriorate. To “pressure, provoke, preach or publicize that violate the dignity or freedom of the student or other members of the educational community, or endanger their health or safety, disrupt educational activities and the educational role of teachers, or disrupt the order within the institution or the normal functioning of the public service.” The government – from the school board to the education minister – can determine the ways in which freedom of expression and conscience can be shaped. Violations can be punished.

Important in this view, which is based on the study of a long list of relevant international and national laws, is that religious dress in schools does not in itself violate French secularism, but should not disrupt education or harm those who do not adhere to the same philosophy. But this opinion was set aside in the 2004 law. It is time to put it up again, reconsider and reconsider it, because it is a mockery of religious freedom and freedom of expression.

Tiktok against French state terrorism

The attack on the 2004 law now underway is spilling over into social media. On Tiktok, for example, there are many videos in which the ban on headscarves (and now also on other Islamic clothing) is criticized and the right to wear a headscarf in school is promoted. Just as Iranian rulers refuse to protest the headscarf as the organized act of questionable powers, including foreign, the neo-Nollanist establishment in France is responding with accusations of conspiracy and shady political activity.

The absurdity of the 2004 law, which bans “show-off” religious insignia and allows for non-ostentatious insignia — meaning a Christian cross affixed to your clothing, but not the Islamic headscarf or other Islamic dress — provides natural food for Tiktok. This prejudiced and arbitrary distinction, which permits Christian references in this way and prohibits other religious expressions, is criticized, and rightly so.

Iran’s fight against the headscarf commitment and the French struggle against the headscarf ban are both legitimate and worthy of support, a view not everyone shares, of course. French MP Sandrine Rousseau participated in a demonstration in Paris to express her solidarity with the revolutionary women in Iran. But there was a protest against her existence, because at the same time she is against the ban on headscarves in French schools and defends the burkini.

The fanatic Fadela Maroufi of the Observatory of Fundamentalism in Brussels, who was also present at the Paris demonstration, cast a curse on Sandrine Rousseau, which she hears on Twitter: “You cannot defend Iranian women and at the same time contribute to the development of the veil here, because the goal of the Islamists, you have to say It is in Europe, it is imposing the veil on women, imposing the doctrine of the Muslim Brotherhood! It nullifies the right of women to self-determination, freedom of religion and freedom of expression. A derailed feminism, versus seeing Sandrine Rousseau compare very favorably.

https://twitter.com/publicsenat/status/1577659077055942656

https://frontpopulaire.fr/opinions/contents/fadila-maaroufi-sandrine-rousseau-nest-pas-feministe_tco_15191542

https://twitter.com/publicsenat/status/1577659077055942656

https://frontpopulaire.fr/opinions/contents/fadila-maaroufi-sandrine-rousseau-nest-pas-feministe_tco_15191542

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