April 30, 2008, - 12:36 pm

Muslim Woman Suing Over Niqab is Lying

By Debbie Schlussel
Perhaps Ginnah Muhammad, the woman suing in federal court for the “right” to wear a full-ninja face covering (a “niqab”), should be spend a few days in jail for contempt. Ditto for her terrorist lawyer Nabih Ayad.
As I wrote earlier today, yesterday the pair told U.S. District Judge John Feikens that Muhammad has worn the full face veil since she was ten years old and that she only removes it while in the sole company of women. Muhammad is fighting Hamtramck, Michigan Judge Paul Paruk’s wise decision only to allow her to testify with her face uncovered.
But she lied. Reader Alex found this recent photo of Muhammad with her face willingly exposed in mixed company:

ginnahmuhammadfaceexposed.jpg

Ginnah Muhammad Minus the Full Ninja

Alex writes:

I thought you might want to put this on your article of Ginnah Muhammad, photographed in mixed, male and female, company clearly visible in the background. This waste of taxpayers’ money clogging up our court system is ridiculous.

Exactly. Time for contempt proceedings. And monetary sanctions.

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11 Responses

Put it back on! Put it back on!

PRCS on April 30, 2008 at 1:13 pm

Here’s a simple test question to resolve the issue:
Is that the same person as in the other picture?
No matter whether you answer “yes”, “no” or “maybe”, she loses.

Shy Guy on April 30, 2008 at 1:19 pm

These creatures that wear these masks are doing it to desensitize us so that male criminals can travel stealth right under our noses.

John Cunningham on April 30, 2008 at 1:23 pm

The question and response to this absurdity is:
Seperation of church and state. Religious beliefs and disbeliefs do not supersede the constitution and laws governing our country. Her religion gives her the right to murder the infidel so I’m sure the terrorists lawyers will start to use that as an excuse as to why our government can’t prosecute them.

wolf2012 on April 30, 2008 at 1:41 pm

GACK! Put it back on. PUH-LEEEZ!!

There is NO Santa Claus on April 30, 2008 at 1:42 pm

Like I said here in the past, I live in New York City. I got in a cab with a plastic bag that contained an unopened bottle of wine. The cab driver said, “I am Muslim. It is against my religion to carry you if you have wine. Get out.”
I filed a formal complaint with the taxi commission in NYC and had to go to court WITH HIM.
He swore to tell the truth and then proceeded to lie through his Muslim teeth.
This is normal for members of the Religion of Peace.

cankelz on April 30, 2008 at 2:34 pm

By the way, the judge saw right through this Muslim liar (redundant) and fined him $250.00 on the spot.

cankelz on April 30, 2008 at 2:36 pm

INCOMING SCUD!!!!!!!!!!!
That photo is THE PRIME EXAMPLE of why they want these sand hags to cover their heads…
Where I come from she’s considered a “triple bagger”.

RC Flyer on April 30, 2008 at 2:52 pm

Fox News’ E.D. Hill and Judge Napolitano had her on a few minutes ago.
Of course, they never asked her to explain why she can’t show her face to a man, but most of the world’s other Muslim women are not under such an edict.
P.S. That’s her in the second photo in tha article about her that Debbie posted:
http://www.voanews.com/english/archive/2006-11/2006-11-14-voa32.cfm?CFID=232430524&CFTOKEN=69258430
Notice, in that article, too, that Dear Ms. Muhammad stated, “It’s my choice”.
Precisely.

PRCS on April 30, 2008 at 3:03 pm

She’s nasty and needs to be covered, obviously.

samurai on May 1, 2008 at 12:37 am

The real problem was not that she is Muslim, but that she acted like a tantrum-throwing brat. Soldiers and police officers who risk their lives for America should definitely be allowed to substitute a yarmulke, hijab, or Sikh’s turban for the usual headgear of their uniform.

The real problem here is judge Khalil needed to see her face for identification purposes. Religious freedom does not give the right to impede legal process. Too bad the judge can’t jail her for being a spoilt brat.

Vivek Golikeri on October 31, 2009 at 3:59 pm

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