Two of England's Muslim cricket champions walk away from the champagne celebrations
Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid 'run for cover' as the rest of their team-mates celebrate winning the World Cup
According to at least two of the mainstream media newspapers, two of England's Cricket champions were 'forced to walk away' from the champagne celebrations because they are Muslim and therefore choose not to drink.
The Daily Telegraph and the Daily Mail ask:
'But in a multicultural Britain should this be happening? And are champagne celebrations outdated in multicultural Britain?'
Here again we see that 'multiculturalism' for the British media elite doesn’t mean 'mutual tolerance and respect,' but 'submission and accommodation to Islamic mores.'
The principle is always and everywhere the same: in Muslim countries, one should conform one’s behavior to Islamic sensibilities.
And in non-Muslim countries, one should conform one’s behavior to Islamic sensibilities. Got that?
But notice that it is not the Muslim cricketers or any other Muslims who are calling for an end to champagne celebrations; it is the non-Muslim British 'conservative' papers - the Daily Telegraph and the Daily Mail, representing the wholesale cultural collapse and capitulation of the British intelligentsia.
And as far as the cricketers themselves are concerned, as much as we respect their sporting prowess and their remarkable achievements, we should be standing up for our British traditions and our British way of life.
Champagne celebrations of this nature are just one of those traditions.
Author's comment: In addition, there are no verses in the Quran that clearly state that drinking alcohol is strictly forbidden. There’s advice regarding the consumption of intoxicants. But there’s nothing said about alcohol being forbidden. And after all, it's not as if Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid were asked to actually drink the stuff, now is it?