Laws prohibiting public nudity don't infringe on a person's right to practice their religion. Laws banning burquas do. Yes, laws usually impact the way people can live their lives, but not all laws infringe upon religious freedom. The burqua bans do and are just as xenophobic as the Swiss ban on minarets or the Oklahoma ban on Sharia law.Fully comparable. US laws bans people from walking around nakid on the streets.. hence US law impacts on the way people live. Banning Sharia law will impact the way people live since it would be illegal for two Muslim to agree a contract according to Sharia law. Sorry but society impacts daily on how people live, and what the French and Belgiums are doing on Burka's is no different. Now what the Swiss did with the minaret issue, was just as stupid as banning Sharia law in the US. It had zero impact in reality.