A shameless Muslim welfare queen and single mother of three learned a harsh lesson in courtroom etiquette last year when a judge in Quebec refused to hear her case until she removed her hijab.
According to CBC News, the Muslim woman, Rania El-Alloul, appeared in Montreal Judge Eliana Marengo’s courtroom in August 2014 after she was busted driving with a suspended license and her car was rightfully seized.
When Judge Marengo asked El-Alloul to remove her hijab, however, she arrogantly refused to comply.
“The same rules need to be applied to everyone,” the judge replied. “I will therefore not hear you if you are wearing a scarf on your head, just as I would not allow a person to appear before me wearing a hat or sunglasses on his or her head, or any other garment not suitable for a court proceeding.”
But rather than simply comply, El-Alloul stubbornly persisted in her arrogance and later complained to reporters about racism and discrimination, just as some Muslims in the United States do when they’re expected to follow the rules everyone else does.
“When she insisted I should remove my hijab, really I felt like she was talking with me as … not a human being,” she moaned. “I don’t want this thing to happen to any other lady. This is not the work of a judge. She doesn’t deserve to be a judge.”
How ironic. Judge Marengo was simply abiding by common courtroom etiquette, whereas El-Alloul was blatantly violating rules and regulations, both in and out of the courtroom.
“I felt that I’m not Canadian anymore,” she added.
Well, perhaps she should move back to the Middle East then, since the rules and customs of her current country apparently do not please her. I’m sure she’ll find the Islamic State group’s dictums far more appealing.