Has pro-islam gone too far in the UK over the past years? Aren’t Muslims granted excessively many facilities in order not to feel uncomfortable within the British society?
And isn’t it inconsistent – if not outrightly hypocritical – to see this politically correct concern not to hurt the feelings of Muslims, while Christians are pressured not to wear crosses in public, as this might be ‘offensive’ to other people?
No matter how irreligious many Brits would consider themselves to be, what sane human being wouldn’t notice how far this madness has gone?!
If I were to offer one last (at least for now :-) example of how Muslims are pampered, here are two relevant pictures from the University of Sussex.
In the second pic, Muslim religious items (books and a prayer rug) are publicly displayed through a window.
The first image is even more problematic, as it shows the (double!) entrance to the Muslim Student Center. Never mind the fact that Christians don’t have a center of their own.
They can also express freely in the secular campus, organize gatherings, spread leaflets, put posters etc.
The weird thing is that, in a humanist university, with up to 70% female students attending some faculties, gender segregation is allowed. For Muslims only, obviously.
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