There is no such protest, because, of course, Christians aren’t allowed inside Mecca in the first place. But Muslims are allowed in Cardiff, and they are enraged at being asked to conform to the existing customs and practices of Great Britain — although they unhesitatingly demand that non-Muslims conform to the local customs and practices in any majority-Muslim country.
“Muslims protest in Cardiff against ‘anti-Islam laws,'” from the BBC, July 10:
Muslims are to demonstrate in Cardiff to protest against laws across Europe which they say are anti-Islam.
Saturday’s protest is to highlight what they believe is an “ideological attack” on Islam.
Organiser Muhammad Abu Yaffir said: “Muslims feel very strongly about these laws being introduced across Europe.”
Last year Switzerland voted to ban the building of new minarets, while France is debating a ban on the Islamic veil.
Mr Yaffir said: “Wherever Muslims feel pain anywhere in the world it is our responsibility to respond to their needs.
Yes. Because you know what all too often tends to happen when Muslims feel pain. The bombs start exploding.
“The laws being proposed are a form of oppression and we will respond to this oppression.”
Muslims from communities across south Wales are expected at the “standing still” demonstration outside City Hall. […]
The article outlines various anti-veil initiatives in a few European countries, and then:
Mr Yaffir said: “This isn’t just about Muslim women being asked to cover their faces, this is an ideological attack on Islam and Muslims.”
He said Belgium, France, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, Canada and the UK had all introduced or were debating the introduction of laws that were anti-Islam.
The protest has been organised by Ummah of Muhammad, which Mr Yaffir described as “a platform to share ideas and exchange views”.
“We want to use freedom of expression laws to expose double standards,” he said.
Yes, I am all for exposing double standards. How about that Mecca protest by the kaffir, eh, Yaffir?