When it comes to Islam, we’ve seen time and again other people’s lives put at risk (in hospitals as well) in order for Muslims to practice their ideology.
He stopped the bus on the shoulder of a busy road in order to pray to allah, while motorists dodged the bus creating near death experiences for a number of people. I hear that the road in question (H/T: Gaia) “is this on the biggest main road right in the Centre of London, like the Champs Elysee”
‘He put our children at risk’: Parents fury after 50 pupils were left stranded on a coach when Muslim driver stopped on a main road and knelt down to pray
Halting the vehicle on the carriageway, the Muslim driver stepped off the coach, washed his feet and began to kneel on a prayer mat alongside a busy road in Southsea, Hampshire. He was working for Vision Travel (one of their vehicles is pictured, but not the driver involved)
- Muslim coach driver criticised for stopping on a busy main road to pray
- He is said to have stopped without warning, washed his feet and prayed
- 50 schoolchildren and teachers left on board for 10 minutes in Hampshire
- Muslim leaders have slammed his actions, saying he should have waited
- And parents claim he put the children’s lives at risk on way back from trip
A Muslim coach driver has been criticised by parents when he stopped on a busy main road in rush hour to pray.
Halting the vehicle on the carriageway, he stepped off the coach, washed his feet and began to kneel on a prayer mat.
The 50 schoolchildren and teachers he was driving were left on board for ten minutes even though they were only a mile away from their destination in Southsea, Hampshire.
Muslim leaders yesterday slammed his actions, saying he should have waited – while parents said he had put the children’s lives at risk.
Claire Powell, 36, whose daughter Heidi, nine, was on board, said: ‘I was livid when I heard.
‘He just stops on a busy road without any warning, gets out, washes his feet, pulls out a mat and starts to pray.
‘There were people swerving to avoid the coach and beeping. He was putting children’s lives at risk.’
The children, from Meon Junior School, were returning to Southsea following a trip to London.
Adele Richards spoke of her worry for her daughter Ruby, nine.
Need I say anything more…..?