The Kids in Hoodies haven't slammed jets into towers or blown themselves up in order to murder children.
I was thinking the same thing!
I don't know where you're living, but those wearing hoodies aren't exactly looked upon as benevolent, well intentioned individuals either.
Really depends. Does it matter? Both items hide one's face/obscure it, which hints at nefarious intent.
I don't mind either, but always want to ask a muslim woman why she is all covered up, why the guy is in a tee shirt , shorts & flip flops and he looks like a typical am. man while everyone stares at her. I feel bad for her & think it is unfair.
double standard - stems from the fact that the former is an older tradition where as the later is new and modern
We have ASBOS to deal with the unruly kids... and the good kids... and pretty much anyone that the goverment sees as a slight pain.