Saturday, October 08, 2005

Ramadan dangerous for drivers

Ramadan dangerous for drivers

Muslims are a potential traffic risk according to the Nutritional Council's president Professor Astrup. During Ramadan, according to the professor, Muslims mental and physical abilities will be diminished because their bodies will not receive enough of the daily-required energy. He warns of the increased risk of lack of concentration when Muslims are driving vehicles. The bus company Connex who has 1,840 drivers, of which many are Muslims, says it has full confidence in its drivers abilities to drive responsibly even during Ramadan.


At October 08, 2005 3:29 PM, Blogger Goll said...

A few days ago muslims blocked a major road leading out of our second city in protest because they weren't getting fed at the asylum centre after seven o clock in the evening during ramadan because the catering workers don't work those hours. Let these people into your country feed them house them and thats not enough.

At October 08, 2005 8:15 PM, Blogger I didn't write this said...

Fjordman, your italic letters are disturbing. Put the straight please so that one can read the text.

At October 08, 2005 10:25 PM, Blogger Ole said...

I concur with "i didn't write this". The I italics are too hard to read.

At October 08, 2005 10:37 PM, Blogger PD111 said...

As Ramadan is here, Megan at LGF has a Ramadan carol to go with it.

On the twelfth day of Ramadan Mohammed gave to me
Twelve dozen bomb threats
Eleven seething riots
Ten dopes a-sploding
Nine ladies' stonings
Eight anti-Semites
Seven conspiracy theories
Six whines and complaints
Five beheadings
Four kidnappings
Three lawsuits
Two racism cries
And a claim we're the religion of peace!

At October 08, 2005 11:39 PM, Blogger Rick Darby said...

You can be sure, though, that any Muslim stopped by traffic police for reckless driving will complain of discrimination.

At October 09, 2005 1:49 PM, Blogger Fjordman said...

I use italics to differentiate between what I write myself and what I quote from others. I believe it is sometimes necessary.


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