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Let them have a mosque but pay for using it!

Reader comment on item: Disquiet about Philadelphia Airport's "Quiet Room"

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 18, 2020 at 16:21

Dr Pipes,

... The airport authority can tell that genius in charge of the airport that a space will be provided as a mosque. However, there will be a charge for using the space per customer per visit. Or if you want to pray for your Allah then pay.

I can assure you the place will be a mess in no time and the rugs and even shoes will be stolen and the foot bath could be used as a urinal and Muslim women will be denied entry after all there is a hadith that says seeing a woman while a man is praying, will make the prayer invalid. So much for Allah the feminist.

The Arabic word الصلاة means the prayer/praying it does not mean anything else. Last, only liars or those ignorant of the Arabic language, tablighees included, will tell us that الغرفة الهادءة (the quiet room) means غرفة الصلاة. It is a big fat lie.

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