The French court ultimately agreed — calling burkini bans an insult to “fundamental freedoms” such as “the freedom of conscience and personal liberty.” And yet a significant majority of the French do not view the bans as a problem.
But for many French Muslims and members of France’s intelligentsia, the bans sparked an instant outrage over an unnecessary crackdown on a nonexistent problem. The same was true for millions of international observers, especially after images surfaced this week of a French police squadron surrounding a Muslim woman sunbathing on a beach in Nice, demanding that she remove portions of her clothing in broad daylight.
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France’s highest administrative court on Friday overturned a ban on burkinis in a coastal area of the south of France, capping a month of intense national scandal and international outrage.