Not surprisingly, Islamists in the U.K. are now calling to ban dogs from public places. “To help Muslims live their lives according to their beliefs,” they are calling for dogs to be banned from the “public sphere.”
(They don’t care about other people living out their beliefs. They don’t care about the western laws of the U.K. that allow for people to walk their dogs in public places. They also don’t care that other people want to have pets as their way of life.)
This has already happened in cities in Spain. When one city refused, they found 15 dead dogs piled up on the sidewalk that had been poisoned.
In Iran, dog police are rounding up pet owner’s dogs because dogs shouldn’t be pets and are “haram” (forbidden.)
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Now, in the “western country” of the U.K., Islamists are implementing what the Qur’an teaches: dogs are filthy and impure, and forbidden. (Unless they are guard or service dogs.)
It will be remarkable to see how the general public responds to this campaign.
“4Public Purity” in the U.K. is distributing via flyers and social media its call to action:
— Voice of Europe (@V_of_Europe) July 13, 2016
On its site it states that non-Muslims should comply with their demands because:
“As citizens of a multicultural nation, those who live in the UK must learn to understand and respect the legacy and lifestyle of the Muslims who live alongside them. This is why it is imperative that the British people understand that in order to allow Muslims to feel truly welcomed, it is up to the British themselves to agree to some things that might make them feel uncomfortable. It is true that dogs are well loved as pets, but the inter-cultural relations inside the kingdom should prevail.”
Articel posted with permission from Constitution.com
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