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Staff openly tell men they are not allowed in and a flyer posted to homes in the city reads: “Ladies and children only. No boys over nine allowed.” Read More www.birminghammail.net...
Originally posted by murch
reply to post by binkman
Not even the race that this measure is aimed at think its a good idea.
If you actually tried and engage with people of Indo/Pak descent you would find that they are going through an identity crisis in the UK. Their parents hold onto the religious values but the younger generation are quickly assimilating into UK culture.
A "religious right?" In America? How does a religious right compare to a constitutional right? Is every religion allowed to enforce "religious rights" in America? Is honor killing a religious right? What law was passed, or what section of the Constitution can we point to, which creates "religious rights" as displayed in this story? Can you provide any similar stories in the US?
Oh then in that case I definitely think they have absolutely every right to ban men. That is their religious right, or at least it would be in America. I don't know how the UK laws see this.