Muslim Refuses To Remove Hijab For Police – Gets HUGE Wakeup Call


July 7, 2015 6:56am PST

A Muslim woman in Dearborn, Michigan recently learned the hard way that most American cops aren’t actually intimidated by Shariah law.

In recent years, Muslims have taken over the city of Dearborn, which is probably why this woman thought she could use Shariah law to get away with multiple traffic violations. Unfortunately for her, she turned out to be very wrong.

It all started when police pulled over Maha Aldhalimi and noticed she had a warrant out for her arrest stemming from some unpaid parking tickets. According to Conservative Tribune, the officer immediately arrested her and brought her to the station. All was going well until officers ordered Aldhalimi to remove her hijab for their routine processing check.

Outraged, Aldhalimi refused to remove her hijab, citing her religion in saying she cannot be in front of strangers uncovered. The cops told her that if she continued to refuse, the hijab would “be removed involuntarily against her will.” When she said no once again, the officers followed through with their promise and ripped off the hijab, sending Aldhalimi into hysterics.

According to court documents, the Muslim woman immediately burst into tears and “was shivering and crying from the humiliation and distress of the encounter and orders.”

Backed by the Michigan chapter of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, Aldhalimi filed a lawsuit against the Dearborn Police Department with the U.S. District Court in Detroit. She undoubtedly expected the department to fold as soon as they heard about her lawsuit, but instead the backed the actions of their officers, saying that the cops followed police procedure.

Muslims in America often complain about not being treated equally, but it seems like as soon as they are treated like everyone else, they file lawsuits like this. If they want to start being treated like any other American, they might want to start by following our laws first…


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