Any Brit able to comment on sad news from Scotland?


“The National Health Service in Glasgow and Lothian has suspended the act of eating during the holy month of Ramadan. Doctors and health workers are not to lunch at their desks, where they may run the risk of insulting–tempting?–their fasting Muslim colleagues.” National Review (10 Sept., p. 10).

Is the story accurate?

What do you think about it?

Sensible accomodation?

Ironic appeasement after the NHS Muslim doctors’s failed terrorist attempts in Glasgow and England?

Counter-productive means of integration?


I don’t actually qualify as a ‘Brit’ but the report would appear (quite predictably) to be absolute ‘Muslim Ate My Hamster!!’ nonsense:


That’s a relief!

I’ll forward it to National Review.

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