Reasonable Accommodation Alert: this is what follows inevitably from the “reasonable accommodations” that Muslims are demanding, and being granted, in the U.S. as well as in Britain. Sharia law applies to non-Muslims as well as to Muslims. Once the precedent has been set that Sharia provisions must be accommodated (to a chorus of “What’s the big deal?” from the learned analysts), then Muslims begin to assert it over non-Muslims. “Muslims try to get alcohol banned at Tesco,” by Sally-Anne Johnson for Bedford Today via Europe News, September 25 (thanks to Islam In Action):
More than 150 people have signed petitions imploring Luton Borough Council to deny the new Tesco Express in Bury Park an alcohol licence.
The bid from the supermarket giant has upset Muslims living in the area, some of whom say they find the idea of alcohol being sold offensive.
Next Tuesday councillors will make a decision on the application, which, if successful, would see the store permitted to sell alcohol from 6am until 11pm every day (…)