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Saturday, 30 December 2006
Muslims and Alcohol
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It is an insult to Islam to tempt Muslims into trafficking directly in the sale of alcohol. The very least the British government should do is to forbid the awarding of alcohol licenses to Muslim-owned stores, or stores in which Muslims may work. And there should be no liquor license granted, not even the right to sell beer, at any Muslim-run restaurant or cafe. It is not fair, it is not right, to put temptation in the path like that. The whisperings of Shaytan. And if a restaurant wants to have a liquor license, then it will simply not be allowed the privilege of hiring Muslims on the staff. It will have to choose.
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Posted on 12/30/2006 3:52 PM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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31 Dec 2006
Send an emailEsmerelda Weatherwax
You would be most welcome here. But your assessment of the BNP is spot on, as usual, praise the Lord.

30 Dec 2006
Send an emailMary Jackson
Hmm, but a caff isn't a pub. A caf? sometimes serves wine if it is a bit posh, but a scruffy caff or "greasy spoon" would not, because it couldn't afford a licence - no need for the word "liquor", and one that is spelt - not spelled - with a c not an s.

You need to come and visit the old country and catch up.

30 Dec 2006
Hugh Fitzgerald
Yes. That too. As in, for example, this: "It's like the toast that Jack Nicholson finally manages to order in "Five Easy Pieces." You know what I mean: 'I'll have a BNP please. Hold the pathological antisemitism. Hold the anti-black stuff. Hold the anti-brown skin stuff. Hold the Oswald Moseley stuff. Hold the strutting around in groups and wearing uniforms stuff. Okay, now all that's left is just the part that tells the bleak truth about Islam. That's all I wanted in the first place. Oh, and with it I'd like a nice tall glass of Chateau de la Pompe, deux mille cinq, s'il-vous-plait.' Wouldn't it be better to order up exactly what we wanted? Perhaps we need to take our custom elsewhere, to a place more respectable -- not the scruffy caff down the way, but The Elephant and Castle, or The White Hart, or The Rose and Crown, where the goings-on are less rowdy and even tourists, upon whom one does not wish to make a bad impression, have been known to drop in from time to time?" [Posted by: Hugh at Jihad Watch July 16, 2005 02:53 PM]

30 Dec 2006
Send an emailMary Jackson
Caff?