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Originally posted by PrimePorkchop
reply to post by Highergrounds
So much for being a religion of peace. Rules are rules and your "freedom of religion" is not protected by the constitution against private business.
Originally posted by eNaR
I thought Muslim women (especially the extremist types who wear full body garb) are not allowed to have fun, especially on a Western style ride that has stringent safety rules......
Originally posted by bluemirage5
reply to post by nusnus
What a load of nonsense!
There are always dress codes on park rides.....it's bloody common sense!
You don't like it, piss off and stop causing trouble because you don't like the policy.
Dress codes on park rides are there for a reason....rules are rules and the owner/contractor of the rides has a responsibility to the safety of all their customers.
Now which part of that don't you understand????
These Muslims were out just to cause trouble.....well, they got it! So stop whining!
I am sick to death of these extremist Muslims always causing trouble where ever they go. Go home!
edit on 1-9-2011 by bluemirage5 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by IkNOwSTuff
I cant stand people who use religion as an excuse to feel they should have some special treatment sent their way.
In Australia a few years ago a public beach was blocked off by a bunch of muslim men who wouldnt let anyone through so their wives and children could swim without us infidels seeing them.
Originally posted by fooks
isn't riding roller coasters against islam anyway?