British Swimming Pools forcing non-Muslims to wear Muslim bathing attire aka BURKINIS

British swimming pools are imposing Muslim dress codes in a move described as divisive by Labour MPs.

Divisive? DIVISIVE? Hardly, it’s downright outrageous and insulting in a free society. The Brits might as well bend over and kiss their asses goodbye. They are irreparably Islamicized.

Under the rules, swimmers – including non-Muslims – are barred from entering the pool in normal swimming attire.

Instead they are told that they must comply with the “modest” code of dress required by Islamic custom, with women covered from the neck to the ankles and men, who swim separately, covered from the navel to the knees.

The phenomenon runs counter to developments in France, where last week a woman was evicted from a public pool for wearing a burkini – the headscarf, tunic and trouser outfit which allows Muslim women to preserve their modesty in the water.

But across the UK municipal pools are holding swimming sessions specifically aimed at Muslims, in some case imposing strict dress codes.

Swimmers were told last week on the centre’s website that “during special Muslim sessions male costumes must cover the body from the navel to the knee and females must be covered from the neck to the ankles and wrists.”

The practice of holding special Muslim swimming sessions has led to non-Muslims being turned away. David Toube, 39 and his five year old son Harry were last year refused entry to Clissold Leisure Centre, in Hackney, east London, after being told the Sunday morning swimming session was for Muslim men only.

“Non-Muslims see these extremist demands as an example of Muslims wanting things to fit into their lifestyle, when there aren’t similar things organised for Hindus, Buddhists or Jews. UK TELEGRAPH

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