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UK: Leaflets left through people’s doors ask them to remove their dogs for ‘public purity’


If people don’t remove their dogs from the area, they will find laced sausages with spikes or poison. They will come across various dubious means to eliminate their dogs. This is happening in many areas across Europe. where pets are poisoned, tortured, killed by the very “guests” these countries bring in who have no respect for anything that represents Western society or laws.

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Is this campaign to ban dogs in public because they’re ‘impure’ real?

Richard Hartley-Parkinson for Metro.co.uk
Wednesday 13 Jul 2016 11:34 am

Is this campaign to ban dogs in public because they’re ‘impure’ real? [*Shows you how clueless people are. They can’t grasp Islam and what it truly is so they doubt the validity of the insanity of what Muslim culture is all about.]

Clifton Green

Clifton Green is angry that he’s had a leaflet pushed through the door asking people not to walk their dogs because the areas has a lot of Muslim families living nearby who don’t like dogs.

Leaflets have been handed out apparently calling for a ban on dogs in public places.

Describing them as ‘impure’, campaign group For Public Purity wants them to be barred from ‘public spheres’ out of respect for Muslim families.

The leaflets have been distributed in Manchester in areas where there are large Muslim populations, including Muslims who own dogs.

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But local Fayyaz Ali, 39, has called the authenticity of the leaflets into question.

‘This has got to be a scam,’ he told the MEN. ‘I’m a Muslim and the Muslim law says that if you live in a country that is not Muslim, which is England, you respect the law of the land. [*This is fabrications. If they respect the laws of the land, Muslims would have no need to demand Sharia courts.]

‘The Muslim law does not apply in any different country. For example, my parents are from Pakistan. If I had a problem living here I should go back to Pakistan and live there.’ [*Good point! When do they plan to leave?]

Clifton Green, a 36-year-old father-of-two from Salford, said his street was leafleted. The family have a puppy. He said: ‘There are mixed messages on Facebook. There are people who are suggesting that this is being done to get a rise out of people but it could be people that are against Muslims – to whip up issues.

Clifton Green

Leaflets posted in Manchester call for a ban on dogs in public because they are
‘impure’

The leaflets that were posted through people’s doors (Picture: MEN)

‘We were a little bit concerned at first that it was somebody targeting us because we have a dog, but leaflets have been posted to other houses on the street.

‘I am slightly concerned by it. I have got a lot of Muslim friends and people who I work with. It is going down the route of telling people how to live their lives and I do not think anyone should be doing that. I would not impose my beliefs and my view of life on other people.’

What the leaflets say

This area is home to a large Muslim community. Please have respect for us and for our children and limit the presence of dogs in the public sphere.

Keeping the purity of the public space enables the Muslims to remain untainted and without blemish.

As part of this effort, we have chosen to address one of the aspects that can have a detrimental effect on the purity of the public space, with the aspect being the presence of dogs who are considered impure in Islam.

 

Councillor Naeem Hassan said: ‘I think this is somebody trying to divide the community. I do not see any problems at all. I want to say to people to just ignore this.’

The leaflets have been issued by 4publicpurity which describes its goal on its website. It says: ‘In order to help Muslims live their lives according to their beliefs, we demand that dogs be banned from the public sphere.

‘This includes restaurants, common areas and of course public transportation. If dogs are not permitted to be present in public, Muslims could live their lives with a burden lifted from their shoulders and without having to fear being tainted with no fault of their own.’

For Public Purity has been approached for commentary.

[From Facebook:]

UK Leaflet for public purity demand removal of dogs in Muslim area

Keeping the purity of the public space enables the Muslims remain untainted and without blemish. As part of this effort, we have chosen to address one of the aspect that can have a detrimental effect on the purity of the public space, with the aspect being the presence of dogs who are considered impure in Islam.
The prophet (PBUH) has said: ‘Angels do not enter a house in which there is a dog or pictures’
“لا تدخل الملائكة بيتا فية كلب او صورة”
As citizens of a multicultural nation, those who live in the UK must learn to understand and respect the legacy and lifestyle of the Muslims who live alongside them. Make Muslims feel like they live in a safe and accepting space, welcoming them and respecting their beliefs. Help us make this a reality.

 

 

 

13 thoughts on “UK: Leaflets left through people’s doors ask them to remove their dogs for ‘public purity’

  1. In the cause of multiculturalism muslims should learn to respect the lifestyles, opinions and beliefs of non muslims. Only once they do all of that can they expect that there beliefs. opinions and lifestyle be respected.

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    • Tell politicians to stop supporting the Islamic death cult with mosques, madrasses. Infact request that the government shuts them down because they cannot integrate and they are in no way “multicultural” because they are an actual threat to the lives of the majority voter being under religious incentive to kill infidels (those that are not, nor want to be muslims) https://www.thereligionofpeace.com/pages/quran/violence.aspx QUOTE the hadith and the Koran pointing out that all muslims are required to imitate the life of the prophet of Islam in their own lives.

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