These French women (at least I assume they’re women — they’ve got high-pitched voices, unlike those fellas, I mean women, in Dortmund who got stoned by the culture-enrichers) are keen to explain to the world how wearing the burka keeps them from being treated like objects and makes sure they’re respected.
There’s only one problem, as Vlad points out in his commentary at the end of the clip: The hijab is a necessary but not sufficient condition for the prevention of harassment, molestation, and rape. In addition to veiling herself, a woman may go out in public only when accompanied by her husband or a male relative. Those are the sole conditions guaranteeing that her person and honor will not be violated.
|00:00||I don’t want do be displayed, I don’t want my body to appear|
|00:04||(if I may say so, it’s perhaps rude),|
|00:08||as if it was a vulgar piece of meat.|
|00:12||The woman is not an object in Islam, you know.|
|00:16||It’s not an object to be displayed outside for everyone to look at,|
|00:20||to contemplate. The woman has value in Islamic religion.|
|00:24||The male cannot reach me,|
|00:28||so I am protected. Islam has given me value|
|00:32||and respect. Not the respect|
|00:36||for the piece of meat which is in front, but|
|00:40||the respect of the woman.|