Sharia law in Finland. Velkommen to the world of multiculturalism and gender apartheid in Finland, where men and women shall not meet nor touch between the waves. The Finnish online magazine, Uutiskynnys (News Threshold) reports that the Finnish cities of Helsinki, Vantaa and Turku all have gender apartheid swimming schedules for Muslims.
Metropolitan city swimming halls closed for Muslim Women swimming
“On certain days, swimming in Helsinki’s Jakomäki swimming hall, Vantaa’s Korso and Turku’s Lauste only Muslim women will be allowed. Men and including Finnish women will not be welcome to swim on those days. The practice in Jakomäki and Lauste came into effect at the beginning of the year, in which Saturdays are reserved for Muslim women and on Sundays are reserved for immigrant men (read=Muslims). In Korso, Thursdays are reserved for immigrant women (read= Muslim women).
According to Helsinki’s physical fitness office webpages, Jakomäki’s swimming hall should be closed on Saturdays, but underneath the information board can be found information on different alternative schedules. According to the Jakomäki swimming hall director, the swimming is meant form Muslim women and Islamic women converts.
According to Finnish Hustler magazine, female immigrants’ own swimming schedules at Jakomäki was crafted by the womens Social Democrats and the decision has received strong criticism by the swimming halls other clientele.
Unbelievable *L* KGS
From the comment section: “Disgusting. And Finland doesn’t even have many Muslims! Why does this tiny minority get this kind of preferential treatment? “
KGS *L* : Good question. This kind of preferential treatment runs counter to what a modern liberal democracy stands for. So in practice, the Social Democrats are forcing Sharia based legal requirements on the non-Muslim majority.The majority is not allowed in the swimming hall to mix with the Muslim swimming minority. How dhimmified is that?
Update: A source’s friend enquired about the restrictions at one of the swim halls, and said that she would be allowed in. I believe that since some Finns have protested the exclusiveness of the swim periods, at least one hall is backing down a bit. But the wording on their web pages as well as whatever notices they have up on their walls are discriminatory and in violation with Finnish law. They crossed a red line when they chose to exclude others on ethnic and religious grounds.
Udate: The Tundra Tabloids called the Swimming Hall in Turku, to enquire just what their policy actually was concerning non-Muslims using the pool during “their time period“. The woman who answered said, “well……….sure you can go swim with them as long as you have nothing against being with Muslims etc.”
I then instructed her that such a policy, even though non-Muslims are allowed, still goes against the spirit of the law concerning discrimination. They should simply announce a mens only and womens only swimming period, that is open to the public. Ethnic and religion should not be mentioned at all. Simple.