EXCELLENT! Muslim woman wearing headbag refused permission to board flight in Rome unless she removed it

Aghnia Adzkia was passing through security when she was asked to take off her Islamic supremacist headbag. She claims to have been discriminated against and says she saw nuns passing through security without being asked to remove their habits. (Nuns never brings bombs onto planes, you idiot)

UK Daily Mail (h/t Susan K & Christine D)  In the clip the Muslim woman can be seen repeatedly demanding to see the law stating that the hijab must be removed at an airport security check. But the officers were adamant that they would not let her pass unless she followed their rules.

The female security official can be heard saying: ‘You could hide something in your hair. If you don’t take it off, we do not know if there’s something inside, okay? You are not safe for us.’ She claims a male security officer then dragged her out of the security area in an ‘indecent way’ grabbing her bag and shouting at her to be quiet. (Yes, way to go, Italy!)

Later the same evening, Ms Adzkia booked a ticket to fly to London from Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport, also in Rome. Security staff again asked her to remove her hijab, this time she agreed and was able to get her flight.

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