No I didn't. There's a huge difference between banning one particular item of dress and enforcing women to only wear one specific item of dress.
There are possibly hundreds of types of dress that could be deemed as breaking the law world wide. I'm sure I've read stories about brits being arrested in Greece for dressing as priests, and a woman being arrested in the U.K for wearing a bikini in a supermarket.
Let me ask you this, if Turkey banned alcohol tommorrow, what would you do?
These women don't choose though, that's the point. We won't agree as you refuse to see that it represents abuse against women. That is illegal, and rightly so. Let me ask you another question. Do you agree with Sharia? Is it o.k. to stone a woman to death if she fell pregnant outside wedlock?
If you don't agree with Sharia why not? It's religious law, and perhaps we shouldn't get involved.
I wonder what the statistics are for women converts to Islam who choose to wear the burka? Very low I would guess.
going a bit off the point there but obviously security considerations must come into it-but other than that frankly I see no role for government telling people what they must or must not wear-its absurd