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More on unsustainable Islam: where would you find 15 Hindu Women playing cricket?

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Submitted by Prashant (India), Oct 4, 2022 at 00:42

Dear Readers, This message is next in the series about unsustainable Islam.

Question: where will you find 15 Hindu Women playing cricket?

Hint: The answer is not the "Hindu" India.

Answer: the entire women's cricket of Islamic Emirate UAE consists of 15 Hindu Women.
UAE does not just hire foreign women as air-hostesses in the Emirate airlines. They even hire non-Muslim women to play cricket for them.

Hypocrisy of UAE and Islam screams here. Muslim women are not encouraged to be air hostesses or professional cricketers. But dhimmi women can always do the job. And, the constitution of UAE does not mind giving full rights to Muslims and reduced rights to the dhimmis. These dhimmis can never become citizens of UAE. They can definitely not preach the superiority of their cultures to others in UAE.

You cannot run your society by hiring foreigners and followers of other religions to run your airlines or play cricket for you. If you do so, sooner or later your children will asking why mammy does not man planes or play cricket and when you utter mumbo-jumbo for an answer, they won't buy those answers.


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