Contradictory bullshit. Doesn't sharia law say that women aren't allowed to drive? Oh and she's so devoted to living in her faith that she's driving around with a suspended license. She should move to a country like Saudi Arabia where this kind of thing would never happen to her. Poor baby. http://www.detroitnews.com/story/ne...arborn-heights-forced-hijab-removal/22162391/ A Muslim woman is suing the Dearborn Heights Police Department over claims her rights were "stripped at the jailhouse door" last year when she was forced to remove her religious head scarf in custody. According to the suit filed Thursday in U.S. District Court, police stopped Malak Kazan for a traffic violation July 9. An officer noticed the city native's license had been suspended; she was arrested for a traffic misdemeanor. The suit, according to one law professor , sets up a "clash of conflicting rights." While being booked, Kazan was asked to remove her hijab, which the tenets of Islam require for "covering her hair, ears, neck and part of her chest when she is in public and when she is in the presence of men who are not members of her immediate family," the suit said. Kazan told an officer she could not remove the head covering because that would violate her faith, but he said "there were no exceptions," the court filing said. Her request for help from a female police officer also was denied, the document said. The suit, which also names the city as a defendant, claims Kazan, 27, was denied her constitutional rights and suffered "severe discomfort, humiliation and emotional distress."