MUSLIMS OFFENDED BY SNIFFER DOGS
Looks like we now have another item to add to our ever growing LONG list of THINGS THAT OFFEND MUSLIMS.
Muslims, in Great Britain, are complaining that police “sniffer” dogs – used to detect bombs, drugs and…..terrorists are against Islam. That these valued members of the police and military – who undoubtedly have saved thousands of lives through their training – are considered “dirty” by muslims. (Let’s not profile here but just who have been the terrorists of late?) So these “British” muslims do not want these filthy police dogs sniffing their sacred muslim robes. Yes – NO touching of muslims by dogs is the demand. Of course to abide by this demand would adversely affect the highly trained dogs from doing their jobs. Muslims say dogs sniffing their luggage is fine but absolutely no smelling the muslim passengers/people.
But it would appear that muslims have a habit of “picking and choosing” just what “unclean” dogs they will or won’t let defile their muslim bodies (& cars). For instance, service dogs used as guides for the blind and many other life saving reasons – are too unclean to sit in muslim taxis – in fact muslim taxi drivers have been know to leave blind passengers stranded because they had a guide dog. At least, for now in the UK, disability seems to trump muslims distaste for service dogs and the law has been changed accordingly.
Whereas helpful dogs seem haram to muslims -the heinous act of dogfighting has become rampant in England – with the majority of perpetrators being muslim. Helpless dogs, often puppies, have been seized upon by vile dogfighting muslim groups and raised to be forced into excessive breeding, fighting and eventual death. Clearly these despicable, barbaric acts involve muslims touching their four legged victims – but apparently it is OK to touch dogs as long as the dogs are being tortured, maimed and killed – all for “sport”. Says alot doesn’t it? For recent instances of muslim individuals and group involvement in dogfighting go here and here and here.
Of course – to add to what is obviously a confusing relationship of muslims and dogs we also had the recent example of a dead dog being worth 15 child brides. Does this tell us that muslim little girls are even lower, on the muslim caste scale, than dogs? I’ll leave the answer to that question up to the reader.
Getting back to muslims considering themselves “no sniff” zones when it comes to police dogs, I agree with the critics who say this is yet another example of muslims using their religion to force Islam into British laws and culture. Let’s hope that the often softheaded dhimmi British judges, who will likely be called upon to rule on some future lawsuit regarding this issue, agree with Tory MP Philip Davies:
“As far as I am concerned, everyone should be treated equally in the face of the law and we cannot have people of different religious groups laying the law down. I hope the police will go about their business as they would do normally.”
Article in full:
POLICE sniffer dogs trained to spot terrorists at railway stations may no longer come into contact with Muslim passengers – after complaints that it is against the suspects’ religion.
A report for the Transport Department has raised the prospect that the animals should only touch passengers’ luggage because it is considered “more acceptable”.
In the Muslim faith, dogs are deemed to be spiritually “unclean”. But banning them from touching passengers would severely restrict their ability to do their job.
The report follows trials of station security measures in the wake of the 2005 London suicide bomb attacks. In one trial, some female Muslims said the use of a body scanner was also unacceptable because it was tantamount to being forced to strip.
British Transport Police last night insisted it would still use sniffer dogs – which are trained to detect explosives – with any passengers regardless of faith, but handlers would remain aware of “cultural sensitivities”.
Critics said the complaints were just the latest example of minority religions trying to force their rules and morals on British society.
Tory MP Philip Davies said: “As far as I am concerned, everyone should be treated equally in the face of the law and we cannot have people of different religious groups laying the law down. I hope the police will go about their business as they would do normally.”
News of the security setback came as the Government yesterday admitted that installing 100 per cent airport-style screening at rail and Tube stations was “not feasible”.