The retrogressive Islamic clergy has succeeded in persuading ill-informed Muslims through suspect secondary sources that God wants women to cover their faces, when in reality it is...
"I would go further and say that is it absolutely ridiculous that people should choose to go around looking like letter boxes".
Andrew Bridgen, the Tory MP for North West Leicestershire, said he felt "uncomfortable" speaking to a woman in a burka as you can't see their reaction and it goes against "millions of years of human evolution".
Karim said that "Boris is playing to the gallery that exists at the right of the party" and by refusing to apologise was "positioning himself as the great defender of the right some believe they have to say whatever they like with no regard of consequences for others".
British Prime Minister Theresa May also urged the former London mayor to apologise for his comments.
Mr Lewis said the former Foreign Secretary had been "trying to make a serious point".
When asked about Mr Johnson he appeared to respond with apparent irony: "What a great guy".
Mohammed Sheikh, founder of the Conservative Muslim Forum, said Johnson's article had been "totally out of order".
"It's ridiculous these views are being attacked - we mustn't fall into the trap of shutting down the debate on hard issues", the source said.
Johnson's words have once again validated the view of those that "other" Muslims. May acknowledged that Johnson's comments had "clearly caused offence".