Islamic supremacism in action. More Muslim outreach and interfaith dialogue – our way or else.
“Blackburn, England: Muslims order non-Muslims not to trick-or-treat in their neighborhood,” By Robert Spencer, November 7, 2o16:
“We wish you a happy a holiday and expect you to respect our request and way of life.” When does that respect ever flow in the other direction? And what if this “expectation” had not been met?
In Muslim countries, non-Muslims should conform their behavior to Muslim sensibilities. In non-Muslim countries, non-Muslims should conform their behavior to Muslim sensibilities. Don’t you get that by now?
“‘No treats for Muslims’ Multiculturalism in Blackburn England,” by Victor Laszlo, The Rebel, November 7, 2016:
The flyer [above] was placed on public places like lamp posts and so on in the British city of Blackburn. It shows the uniquely Islamic approach to multiculturalism, which is to say, “we don’t like it, so you mustn’t do it”.
Most other cultures simply politely decline to participate, but rarely tell the host population not to do their own cultural practices themselves.
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