SHARIAH Creeps around the World
Posted by antikafirphobia on February 28, 2008
In the US, Harvard University announced new women-only access times at the student gym, to “accommodate religious customs that make it difficult for some students to work out in the presence of men.”
News stories like these have multiplied exponentially during the past few years. Hardly a day goes by without similar reports, such as Muslim nurses in the UK refusing to roll up their sleeves to scrub up before surgery, claiming that sharia modesty rules trump concerns about contamination.
In Australia, Muslim students (mostly Saudi citizens) asked Melbourne universities to adjust class times to fit in with their daily prayers. They also requested female-only recreational areas on campus. Meanwhile, welcome to SHARIAH AUSTRALIA, where even Muslim’s call of nature is deemed so sacred that it has to be separated from the infidels !
More from AUSTRALIA : In its HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS HANDBOOK ON MUSLIM PATIENTS, financed of course by the government, care providers are not only given specific instructions on dealing with Muslim patients, but are expected to know all the details of the Islamic religion.Although Muslims constitute only 2% of the population, they consume an enormous amount of the government’s funding, which of course means TAXPAYER FUNDING.
Lakemba Mosque on Friday. Islam in its essence means total separation from everything which is un-Islamic. Muslims always feel maltreated and humiliated whenever they are not in a dominant position. Open aggression and violence comes with growing numbers of the faithful.
I have a friend from Vietnam who came to Australia in the 1980s, having been traumatised by the Vietnam War. After being here a few months, she thought she was in paradise. She and her family felt welcomed by Australians, Greeks, Poles, Croats and others. In the past ten years however, she has become increasingly distressed by what she perceived as the arrogant behaviour of the Muslims who moved into her area. To be fair , it was not true of all who moved into her street, but she found over time, that she was excluded from their world and being edged out of her suburb.