Thursday, 17 May 2018

[Once-great Britain: Ramadan yarn claims that the false prophet Mohammed was a prophet, while giving his followers another opportunity to play victim - in spite of the many calls for 'non-muslims' to ask muslims questions, instead of getting information from 'ignorant' sources] Ramadan 2018: Annoying questions people ask the fake god's followers every single year about fasting (or so the story goes)

# Silly articles that silly 'news' sites post about this time each year, as islam and its assorted practices take hold in Western nations

Ramadan 2018: Annoying questions people ask Muslims every single year about fasting

Shehab Khan, Joe Sommerlad
... Non-Muslims have an uncanny knack for reacting awkwardly when they hear that someone sat next to them is fasting and are prone to wildly over-apologising for slights, gaffes and insensitivities they often haven’t actually committed, making matters worse when all they needed to do was chill out. ...
More halal tripe for 'well-intentioned but clueless' hyphenated people ('non-muslims') at Independent