February 14, 2010
Mixed in a novelette-long complaint to the Anti-Discrimination Commission, a Muslim man, Omar Hassan, reveals:
He expressed his disgust at being "forced to look at the backside of a woman who bends over in front of me in supermarket to pick an item off a bottom shelf". It is a health hazard, he says.Frankly, I've occasionally been an accidental observer of female bottom-shelf events and it's never resulted in thoughts of infidel hygiene and public health risks. In fact, I usually think of something entirely different.
"Non-Muslim women do not use water to clean themselves when they go to the toilet." Thus, bending over in a supermarket could cause serious health risks.
Therefore, I'd suggest that Mr. Hassan's contention is unsupportable. It's probably a religion of peace and tolerance thing.