That infidel whore. What else to expect from them? That’s what they think.
German minister sparks outrage after REFUSING to wear hijab during Saudi Arabia visit
GERMANY’S defence minister has sparked fury in Saudi Arabia after she willingly refused to wear a hijab during an official visit to the Kingdom.
PUBLISHED: 03:43, Wed, Dec 14, 2016
Ursula von der Leyen and her entourage did not wear the hijab head coverings or the full length Abaya garment during her visit, despite adamantly claiming that she “respected” the country’s customs and traditions.
Germany’s defence minister refused to wear the hijab.
The German Defence Minister walked freely in her tailored navy suit.
According to an Iranian newspaper, Von der Leyen said: “No woman in my delegation will be required to wear the abaya, as the right to choose one’s attire is a right shared by men and women equally.”
Shortly after her meeting with the Deputy Crown Prince Mohnammed bin Salman al Saud, Saudis took to twitter to express their disdain for her actions.
Michelle Obama was ridiculed for not wearing a hijab during Obama’s visit to the state this year
One translated tweet said: “The German Defence Minister: not wearing the hijab in Saudi was deliberate. This is an insult to Saudi Arabia!”
A similar angry reaction on twitter occurred after First Lady Michelle Obama did not wear a hijab last year.
Angela Merkel recently called for a ban on the burka in Germany.
The hashtags #MichelleObamaImmodest and MichelleObamaNotVeiled trended for a while on twitter.
Der Leyen wore a dark blue suit while donning the traditional ghutrah head covering.
Michael Ohnmacht, a German Embassy official, quickly tried to change the focus on the debate.
The Duchess of Cornwall kept her hijab on for a short while
The Duchess of Cornwall wore a hijab for part of her visit.
He said: “The talks between Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed and the German minister focused on ways and means to beef up Saudi German cooperation in different areas, including high-level exchanges, personally education and training, defence, mutual visits and security affairs.”
Her “disrespect” towards the Arabian Gulf state comes days after Angela Merkel, Germany’s Chancellor, called for a ban on the burqa in Germany.
Angela Merkel, Hillary Clinton, Condoleeza Rice and former First Lady Laura Bush all refused to wear the hijab.
Hillary Clinton did not wear a hijab when she visited Saudi Arabia
Angela Merkel in Saudi Arabia, without a hijab.
The Queen and the Duchess of Cornwall decided to adhere to Saudi Arabia’s custom, although the Duchess kept hers on for a short while.