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Monday, 27 July 2009
Muslims welcome coverings for female police
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From The Independent
Avon and Somerset Police force is issuing its female officers with head coverings to be used in places of worship to improve relations with Muslim communities.
There are two versions of the head coverings to match the black of a police officer's uniform and the blue of the police community support officer uniforms.
Both garments are embroidered with Avon and Somerset Constabulary emblem and are suitable to be worn by both uniformed and non-uniformed officers.
The head coverings were produced after the force worked with the Mosque Initiative and the Aklima Initiative.
They have already been issued to eight PCSOs and seven police officers, including Assistant Chief Constable Jackie Roberts.
Ms Roberts said: "Producing head coverings for our officers and staff to wear in places of worship is part of our commitment to engage with all our communities. It recognises and respects the cultural and religious practices of our communities. This is a very positive addition to the Avon and Somerset uniform and one which I'm sure will be a welcome item for many of our officers."
Rashad Azami, Imam and director of the Bath Islamic Society, said: "It is highly pleasing to see that the Avon and Somerset Constabulary is introducing specially designed head coverings for female officers as part of their police uniform. This will go a long way in encouraging a trustful relationship between the police and the Muslim community."
This is a load of blethering nonsense. The police and PCSO uniforms already include a hat. If headcovering is required, and while it is no longer the rule in Anglican, Catholic and non-conformist churches I believe that it is considered polite in a Sikh or Hindu temple and some synagogues, that hat is perfectly acceptable. And if it isn’t - tough. The religions I named above don't require any special headcovering.
It is the convention in British society that a man removes his hat indoors, especially in a church. But if a policeman may be entering a dangerous situation he keeps his helmet on.
These are police officers, on duty. Get over it.

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Posted on 07/27/2009 10:05 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
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27 Jul 2009
Paul Blaskowicz

  Holy Mother of God.  What next?

 

These small, almost imperceptible concessions to the Religion of Peace are little by little contributing to the islamisation of our country. And muslims have not yet reached critical mass here. 

Presumably any disgustingly offensive  cross, mitre, crook &c that might have once been part of the coat of arms of Avon & Somerset,  or of the emblem of the local constabulary has already been pre-emptively removed.

Surprisingly, the dhimmi-bureaucrats have not decided to embellish the official hijab with the crescent and scimitar  (i.e.  believe in islam, or die by the sword).  No doubt, this possibility was discussed, and Assistant Chief Constable Jackie said,  Na - the public's not ready for that, just yet

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According to the legend alluded to in Blake's verse**, Jesus visited England as a boy with  his uncle, Joseph of Arimathia  (feast day soon - 31 July in E, Orthodox) and walked in the very region (Somerset) where this effrontery has been perpetrated.  Two beautiful, evocative songs - both of which would offend (what doesn't?) muslim sensitivities:

Jerusalem **

Yerushalayim Shel Zahav



27 Jul 2009
wtf

"This will go a long way in encouraging a trustful relationship between the police and the Muslim community."

So will not hating infidels and not supporting attempts to undermine western society. But I guess it's easier to have a piece of cloth made than change attitudes.