by Gina Cassini | Top Right News
A shameless Muslim welfare queen and single mother of six learned a harsh lesson in courtroom etiquette last year when a judge in refused to hear her case until she removed her hijab.
According to CBC News, the Muslim woman, Rania El-Alloul, appeared in Montreal Judge Eliana Marengo’s courtroom in August after she allowed her son to drive her car without a license and the car was rightfully seized.
When Judge Marengo asked El-Alloul to remove her hijab, however, she arrogantly refused to comply.
“The same rules need to be applied to everyone,” the judge replied. “I will therefore not hear you if you are wearing a scarf on your head, just as I would not allow a person to appear before me wearing a hat or sunglasses on his or her head, or any other garment not suitable for a court proceeding.”
But rather than simply comply, El-Alloul stubbornly persisted in her arrogance and later complained to reporters about racism and discrimination, just as some Muslims in the United States do when they’re expected to follow the rules everyone else does.
So El-Allou refused, and attempted to play the ‘woe-is-me’ welfare card, speaking about her state-supported litter of kids, and how she desperately needed her car back.
After El-Allou again refused to remove the hijab, the judge dismissed the case, and kicked her out of the courtroom, sending her home without her car.
This isn’t so much about religious freedom as it is about not awarding one group of people special privileges that are not extended to everyone. If El-Allou is allowed to wear a headscarf, why can’t someone else wear sunglasses or hats in the courtroom?
Rules and laws should be applied equally across the board, and that’s what this judge was attempting to do. One group shouldn’t be given a special privilege, which is like nails on a chalkboard for liberals who squawk incessantly about equality, all the while elevating one group of people above another.
True equality is all rules applying to all people. But as we all know, Muslims are all about special privileges for themselves — while seeking to deny or curtail the rights to others.
It’s nice to see at least one judge willing to stand up to it.