Sunday, May 6, 2007

Well, Isn't That Just Special? - Updated

In Oslo, an interfaith soccer match to promote religious understanding between Christian and Muslim leaders was scrapped because Imams on the Muslim team refused to play a team that included women priests.
"Some say that bodily contact is the problem. It leads to special feelings that can lead to something forbidden," explained Imam Senaid Kobilica,
How naughty. Such kinds of interfaith dialogue must be forbidden.

UPDATE - And if you do not avoid participating in mixed sports, it will be observed for you. Severely.
Palestinian militants opened fire at a sports day at a United Nations-operated elementary school in the southern Gaza Strip on Sunday, killing a bodyguard of a local Fatah leader and wounding seven other people, medical officials said.

Local residents said the gunmen, whom they described as Muslim extremists, arrived at the school and warned through loudspeakers against letting boys and girls participate in the sports day.

The gunmen said the event "taught children immoral values."
Just feel the love (but don't get any "special feelings" or anything like that).

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