The French argument that secular reasons are behind the ban of burkinis worn by women on beaches, is preposterous. It is a weak reasoning advocated by Prime Minister Manuel Valls and certainly one that will not bring any cohesiveness to the co-existences of religions.
Forcing a woman to remove a burkini on a French beach is worse than insisting that robed judges be forcefully disrobed. The burkini ban law is bad. The law will not win any new friends for France. However, it could create more enemies while spreading radicalization even farther.
To ask a woman against her will to remove more clothing than she wants to is discriminatory, sexist and criminal. The French have certainly made a bad law and it should be reversed forthwith.