At first glance, ‘Muslim-Only’ swimming pools are seen as a sign of the colossal failure of so-called “multiculturalism” and Muslim assimilation, but when you look at the facts, they’re actually a great idea, especially for German girls and women who are the main targets of sexual attacks by Muslim migrants at public pools.
Voice of Europe (h/t Marvin W) Abdullah Zeran, a 38-year-old Muslim immigrant and Frankfurt resident, says he’s currently on the hunt for individuals who are willing to fund his idea – the construction of a pool that would be solely for devout, conservative Muslims, German daily newspaper Die Welt reports. (Oh, NO, it must be for ALL Muslims)
“Muslim parents have a problem when the kids in the class have swimming lessons together,” Zeran told the regional newspaper HNA. “The parents want girls and boys to be separated. We could and want to offer swimming lessons for Muslim girls in our pool and are looking for cooperation with the school board,” he added.
Zeran, who’s convinced of the plan’s economic viability, estimates he needs roughly three million euros to realize his idea. “I have done market research and say: swimming for strict Muslims is a gap in the market.”
He says that if such a pool is established, Turkish communities up to 90 kilometers away have promised to use the bath.
Not every Frankfurter is so excited about Zeran’s plan, however. Detractors of the idea argue that a segregated, Muslims Only swimming pool would be a clear sign of unhealthy Islamic communitarianism. (Not a sign, a solution)
Zeran, however, fails to see the project in this light. “It does not matter, one goes to the mosque on Fridays, the other on Saturday in the synagogue, the third on Sundays in the service. We have a lot in common. (No, you do NOT)
Everyone is entitled to the fulfillment of their needs. It is, so to speak, the completion of integration, when a group no longer has to apologize for doing things differently than the others,” he says. (That’s why there are so many Muslim NO GO Zones around Europe)
When asked about his thoughts on the plan, Jan Pasternack, Social Democrat and speaker of education and integration deputy said: “So far, there is nothing to suggest that the compulsory session of swimming lessons be held differently than in class.”
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