‘The cab driver was mortified to see that prayer room, it is in no way shape or form inclusive or respectful of others, in fact it’s downright threatening to those who suffered at the hands of Muslims in their countries of origin.’
Living up to the challenge and went to investigate:
Head over to his site and check it out.
Of course, I maintain that prayer – under all circumstances – is demonstrably immoral and offensive and that not a penny of any taxpayer money must be permitted to go to anything even remotely related to religion(s). No publicly funded prayer rooms, no publicly funded preachers and no praying in public. That would avoid this all mess!
In somewhat related news, here is some advice from Mark Vandermaas over at VoiceOfCanada:
‘Our Western countries have become divided states, one part for the radicals and one for the majority of citizenry — and, by virtue of our free and fair society, they are both afforded the same rights.’
And, I know this is a few days old, but: check out women’s rights under Sharia! (And, yes, this is precisely why we must not have a law banning the burka: the moment the state is given the right to legislate how we dress, we are giving up our right and ability to protest against this.)