seneca Post time: 2018-1-29 18:23
You are "talking about the faithful Muslims"???
I question YOUR KNOWLEDGE and WISDOM, old sport! ...
I should be the one to question YOUR knowledge of Islam! I live among Muslims, and I am better qualified than you to tell readers a bit about how Islam forbids its followers coming into contact, or even near, dogs!
seneca Post time: 2018-1-29 18:29
Trying to split hair again? Isn't Islam a CULTURE?
Most people in the world would say, yes, Is ...
"This bias is common only among the uneducated rabble who have ado0ted a radicalised version of Islam."
Wrong! This has nothing to do with the 'uneducated rabble'; it is a basic tenet of Islam, same as forbidding Muslims to eat pork! I am not sure about the hijab and the burqa though, I leave that to the better informed.
Responsible pet owners would never inconvenience other passengers by taking their pets onboard the plane. They should leave them in the care of friends or relatives, or in pet hotels which are easily available. They should not fall prey to this greedy airline which charges them a huge sum to bring pets onboard.
But alas, there are not many responsible pet owners in China. Those irresponsible ones even take their dogs into supermarkets , breaking public health laws which forbid that!