UK: Dads banned from nursery to avoid offending muslims

Britain suffer from perhaps the most cowardly and laughable political leadership in all of EU today. Because of terrible leadership, Britain has become swallowed by Islamism and their muslim problems are so extensive and far reached there is almost no method in how to reverse it.
69% of second generation muslims, born in the UK, support Sharia law and honour killings and believe it is right and want to be ruled under Sharia. This demonstrate the poor integration muslims are willing to have in  British society, and their rejection of British laws and culture.
In Britain today Mohammed is the most common name for newborns. The country’s NHS attract genital mutilation tours from muslims all across Europe where genital mutilation is banned, while Britain freely engage in this human rights violation. Thousands of young asian and white girls across England have been subject to undercover sex grooming by muslim men from a very early age, where they are lured into drug addiction to numb them into sex slavery.
In today’s Britain it is forbidden for Christians to wear a cross, but muslims have no restrictions to wear niqab’s or religious paraphernelia, and mosques in the country sell considerable radicalised materials. Mosques in the country are known to indulge in beating of Muslim children, and honour crimes are common. The country suffer numerous no-go zones where muslim communities have expanded their presence and fill the day with crimes and violence. Over 35% of Britain’s actual prison population has been reported by media to consist of Muslims although the official figure state only 12%. The Muslim population make up a mere 3.3% of the entire British population. How large will these problems be when Muslim population reach 10% of the populace?


Wednesday August 8,2012

The Express
By Nathan Rao

A CHILDREN’S play centre was at the centre of a sexism row last night after banning fathers from the premises to avoid offending Muslim women.

Kids Go Wild is Britain’s first toddler group to introduce a women-only policy. Managers defended the decision, claiming that Muslim mothers welcomed it for “cultural reasons”.

But it has angered both Muslims and non-Muslims and led the Equality and Human Rights Commission to investigate after dozens of fathers complained.

One father turned away from the centre branded the move “disgusting” and “sexist”.

He said: “To turn me away because I’m a man is against the Equality Act.”

A poster outside the centre, in the predominantly Asian area of Sparkhill, Birmingham, reads: “Ladies and children only. No boys over nine allowed.” The newly-formed group advertises itself as “the UK’s first ladies and children’s only soft play centre”.

Muslim mother-of-one Ruksana Ayub said: “I understand why women would want a place like this where there are no men. They won’t feel they have to cover up so they might feel more able to relax and to socialise. But I’m quite modern in my outlook, so I also find it quite shocking that men aren’t allowed in. It’s a shame for kids who don’t have a mum.”

The move was branded a “worrying situation” by local councillor Habib Rehman, a Muslim and father-of-four. He said: “There’s something wrong here when a dad can’t take his kids to a play centre.”

Father-of-three Tariq Mahmood, of nearby Hall Green, said: “In the Muslim community men and women being separate is normal at religious events and social functions. But a play centre isn’t a religious or function thing. It’s somewhere for children to play. A ban on men gives the wrong impression about men.”

The manageress of the centre, who refused to give her name, said she was catering for the “predominantly Asian community”.

She said: “It’s a cultural thing. It’s not that men are an issue, ladies are more comfortable around women. They’ve been asking for it for a long time.”

Tory MP Patrick Mercer said: “It is clear there are common sense voices as you would expect from the Muslim community. I would hope that the play group would listen to people of every faith and respect the role of fathers within the family.”

The Equality and Human Rights Commission said single sex rules should be “the exception”. A spokesman said: “We will look into why this is a women-only service.”


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