but I don't believe it's time for that. I believe the arguments behind it must be honest. If you're liberating women, freeing them, and that's your argument then you are dishonest based on the account of Muna whose freedom has been stolen from her. If it's about security than require that at checkpoints they uncover their face, if it's religious then you say so. The face veil is going to be taken away with many other fineries, but it isn't that time yet. I want honesty when arguing for these laws, the real motives, and I expect it to stay true to those motives. Liberation is freeing others, but if you're taking away the freedom of choice to wear it then an argument of liberation is not consistent with the reality of the law, so you can make a law about requiring full facial view at checkpoints and for security reasons in those situations, but if you use liberation of women as your argument, then you can only take that to the extent that you make it a law that women who chose not to wear it don't have it forced on them but leaving it so those who choose it have their freedom to do so, liberation is inseparable from freedom, and if you take away the right to choose to wear it, then that's going against the argument of liberation. It's not that I like the face coverings, I despise them, but if you use an argument behind the law then you stay true to it, otherwise you are dishonestly just using it as an excuse. Be honest about WHY and don't overstep that reasoning for the law, not make excuses. Honesty in intentions is supposed to be a God given law in Israel, honesty is very important in a society that desires to believe what others say, otherwise you can't just take anything a person says as the truth because if there are liars then it's likely that what they say isn't true, so for a better society, be honest about your intentions, even if it hurts you. It matters more what God thinks than what others think, and God knows when we lie, even in our heads.
Prime Minister Netanyahu's meeting with security chiefs ends after four hours (haaretz)
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