Muslims DEMAND Locals Don’t Walk Dogs In Public – Violation Of Sharia And “DISRESPECTS” Them

They are a group that calls themselves “Public Purity”. Somehow, they have found the audacity to demand the Brits stop taking their dogs out in public because, wait for it…

Dogs are considered impure under Sharia Law.

Of course, these Muslims feel entitled to make this demand because it appears that they believe the British citizens are required to do certain things in order to keep Muslims from feeling uncomfortable. Somehow, it’s become the responsibility of the Brits to ensure that Muslim residents feel more at home.

This intrusive behavior being served up by Muslim immigrants does in part explain British citizens refusal to remain in the European Union.

Does that make any sort of sense to you? It’s like you allow guests into your home, and one day you wake up and they start telling you what you can and can’t do in your own home because…you are offensive and you must change your way of life, because YOU are the one who is wrong.

It’s inconceivable really. The audacity!

The problem is this…these immigrant Muslims are used to a way of life that is entirely different from that of Britain…and there is a HUGE culture shock vibe going on. They themselves can’t seem to conceive that there is a world where you are free to do and say what you want, without persecution. They are not used to the freedoms we are, and their ignorance…is getting to be annoying for those that have to live around it.

This is no excuse for their behavior, the leaflets as you can see, that were passed out were ridiculous. Not reasonable even in the slightest bit.

There is one thing that will fix all the things they are offended over though…

That is the simple fact that if they don’t like it, they can make their way back to where they came from.

The end.

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