Apparently her parents thought there wasn’t any difference between riding on a horse drawn cart and a go-kart? Vlad offers an interesting take:

This is for the ‘damned if you do, damned if you don’t file. We can safely assume that had the operator of the go-cart business had refused service to her, he would be sued for religious discrimination, lost, and probably lost his livelihood as we saw with the British Hoteliers. We also can safely guess that had he told her to remove her Muslim head-gear, the same thing would have happened as we saw with the Muslims who worked for UPS in Toronto and won a generous settlement it would appear from the smug looks on their faces. Now we just have to wait and see if they will be sued for allowing the Muslim to ride the go-cart and strangle herself with her scarf.”

Yep, Vlad hits the nail on the head with this one, damned if you do and damned if you don’t. It’s just the way the Muslims wants to keept the infidel, off guard as much as possible, and always on the defensive. The more important point here is, the teenage girl was more afraid of her father and/or mother thrashing her for removing the bag than fearing for her own life. KGS
[One of our readers, (Mullah) reminded me that “she changed her religion”, so its not simply a case of wanting to be “too Australian”. It was a religiously mandated killing due to the Islamic apostasy laws. “Whoever changed his Islamic religion, then kill him.” — Bukhari 9.84.57 ‘baddala deenahu, faqtuhulu’]

Muslim woman strangled by her burkha in freak go-kart accident

A woman wearing a burkha (file photo). A Muslim woman has died after her burkha became caught in a go-kart she was driving
A young Muslim woman had died after her burkha became snagged in a go-kart.
The 24-year-old woman, who has not yet been named, died a terrifying death today when a fluttering part of her burkha became caught in the wheels of a go-kart she was driving near the town of Port Stephens, north of Sydney.
The Muslim clothing the woman was wearing flew back as she sped around the track and part of it became entangled in the go-kart’s wheels.
She was strangled in a second and crashed the vehicle.
Despite the efforts of paramedics who rushed to her aid, the neck and throat injuries she suffered were so severe that doctors were unable to revive her when she arrived at the John Hunter Hospital in the New South Wales city of Newcastle.
The young woman was riding the go-kart at a popular recreational area known as Bob’s Farm, which offers rides of up to 15 minutes at a time.
Her death is being likened to that of American dancer Isadora Duncan, acknowledged as being the creator of modern dance, and who was famous for the flowing silk carves she liked to wear.
But while riding in an open-top car in Nice in 1927, her scarf became entangled in one of the vehicle’s spoked wheels and she was strangled.

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