These photos prove that we are being lied to and manipulated

Theresa May welcomed Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to No 10 Downing Street this afternoon (pictured) after he lunched with the Queen at Buckingham Palace

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman with the Queen at Buckingham Palace

The two above photos are extremely significant given two recent news stories in New Zealand.

  1. Labour love to virtue signal about Islam but just got a cold dose of reality
  2. University of Auckland fires man for expecting a student to respect a common cultural norm

Both stories centred around the western cultural norm of shaking a person’s hand and the above two photos of the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia respecting the cultural norms of the UK and the powerful women he had come to meet by shaking their hands proves that when a Muslim refuses to shake your hand inside New Zealand they are choosing to disrespect you, your culture and your gender. They are choosing to put their cultural norm and religious law above the cultural norm of our country and the secular law of our country which insists on equality between the sexes.

The Iranians who disrespected Labour’s Jo Luxton chose to disrespect her. They made a decision that their culture and their religious law was more important than showing their hosts respect.

Equally the female Muslim student who cost the senior academic at Auckland University his job chose to disrespect him and to refuse to shake his hand because of his gender.

If the Crown prince of a Muslim country is capable of showing respect to women and respecting their cultural norms inside their country then there is no excuse whatsoever for any other Muslim, male or female to not show us that same courtesy and respect.

Auckland University should give the Academic his job back immediately. Why should he be punished for not tolerating an intolerant act towards him? Imagine how the Queen or PM Theresa May would have reacted if the Muslim Crown prince had disrespected them by ignoring their outstretched hands.

Pakistani Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar. She is the first female and the youngest person to ever head Pakistani’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In the 2002 general elections, as a candidate with the Pakistan Muslim League (Q) (PML-Q)—the party of President Pervez Musharraf—Khar was elected to the National Assembly

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