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France: Muslim shopkeeper only allowed women to enter his store on weekends


 

Muslim shopkeeper who only allowed women to enter his store on weekends is forced to close his business after sexism outcry 

  • Jean-Baptiste Michalon set different opening hours for men and women
  • Poster said ‘sisters’ were allowed at weekends and ‘brothers’ on weekdays
  • His move sparked uproar from politicians and even the city’s chief Imam
  • He has been forced to close his business after admitting ‘tactless blunder’

 

A Muslim shopkeeper who only allowed women to enter his store on weekends has been forced to close his business after sparking a sexism row.

Jean-Baptiste Michalon was fined €500 (£390) for ordering different opening hours for men and women at his general store in the French city of Bordeaux.

Michalon, who converted to Islam in 2012, created an uproar when he pasted a notice outside his shop in June 2015 indicating different shopping hours for men and women.

A Muslim shopkeeper who only allowed women to enter his store on weekends has been forced to close his business after sparking a sexism row (file picture of unconnected shopkeeper)

It said ‘sisters’ were invited to shop on Saturdays and Sundays only, while ‘brothers’ were told they could shop on weekdays.

Michalon quickly abandoned the plan after facing a groundswell of negative reaction and his shop has since closed its doors.

Speaking at the time, Michalon said: ‘We put this in place at the request of the sisters who preferred when my wife was behind the counter. It is a shop where we sell clothes.’

Jean-Baptiste Michalon was fined €500 (£390) for ordering different opening hours for men and women at his general store in the French city of Bordeaux (above)

Jean-Baptiste Michalon was fined €500 (£390) for ordering different opening hours for men and women at his general store in the French city of Bordeaux (above).

Michalon’s lawyer, Tristram Heliot, said the shop owner ‘admitted it was a blunder and tactless’.

Politicians slammed the move as did Bordeaux’s chief Imam Tareq Oubrou.

‘We never saw this during the time of the Prophet,’ he said. ‘Markets were mixed.

‘It seems a bit strange to me in a world where social mixing is an established culture.’

 

 

 

3 thoughts on “France: Muslim shopkeeper only allowed women to enter his store on weekends

  1. SPEAKING OF SHOPKEEPERS…….

    This poor man in Portugal was invaded by African migrant filth. They stole his food, stole items from the shop and then ransacked the shop trying to kill the owner.

    This link contains a video showing the attack itself.

    http://www.cmjornal.xl.pt/nacional/portugal/detalhe/ferido_em_rixa_na_zona_de_santos.html

    Irony abounds when one realizes the shop is a Kebab Shop and probably owned by a Muslim.

    Now, this is what awaits all of Europe, this and so much more.

    ARM YOURSELVES NOW!!!

    ORGANIZE NOW!!!

    YOU HAVE BEEN PURPOSELY ABANDONED BY THOSE PERSONS AND AGENCIES APPOINTED, SWORN OR ELECTED TO PROTECT YOU, YOUR FAMILY, YOUR COUNTRY AND YOUR CULTURE !!!!

    WAKE UP!!!! BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE.

    Understand that you are going to have to defend yourselves and that may include killing large numbers of vermin like this.

    Can you handle that?

    Are you willing to do that?

    Are you willing to hold the treasonous Marxists responsible for deluging your country in human garbage to full and unswerving account?

    Well………………are you?

    Jocelyn Wills
    Rutherford, England

    Liked by 1 person

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