Saturday, June 28, 2008

Muslims Cry Foul Over Bomb-Sniffing Dogs

Muslim buttcracks are in an uproar all over the UK over the idea that they will soon be sniffed by dogs. They say, "No, this can't be done. This is haram."

But, the police say, "Yes, it will be done. It is necessary."

I say, "Not only is it necessary, but I think they ought to breed special dogs with anteater snouts to penetrate into those hard-to-sniff places.

Some Muslims had raised objections over being searched by the explosive-detecting animals, but British Transport Police have said they will continue to use the specially trained animals.

Dogs are considered to be unclean or impure in Islamic teaching and it is forbidden to keep the animals as pets.

The complaints came after a rail security trial at Brighton station, the Government revealed.

The Muslims reported that it was not permissible for them to have direct contact with dogs due to their religious or cultural beliefs.

In another trial on the Heathrow Express platform at London's Paddington station, there were instances when the body scan was considered unacceptable on religious grounds by female Muslims, the Government report said.

The report - on five rail security trials conducted in 2006 and the public's response to them - also showed:

  • Some Asians and black people felt they could be selected for tests because of their ethnicity "or because their appearance fell in line with screening staff perceptions of a terrorist".

  • Being selected for screening was an "embarrassment for Asian respondents in particular".

  • Some people were uncomfortable about giving their personal details to BTP officers, as they were not sure why they were needed, or how they would be used.

  • Some Muslims said they would avoid using a station with sniffer dogs because of their religious beliefs, while some young males, both black and white, said they would also avoid some stations as they feared the dogs would be able to detect drugs as well as explosives.

Asked if the findings would lead to certain measures not being used on certain people, a BTP spokesman said: "The legislation applies to everyone. It's not a case for exemptions.

As I understand it, these dogs are specially-trained so that the smell of explosives triggers an alert in the pleasure center of the cerebral cortex. This will, likely, cause the dogs to begin anyone who is indeed in possession of explosives.


Damien said...


I hope that one day a Jihadist is stopped by a dog biting him the crouch.

Pastorius said...

Is that a bomb in your pocket, or are you just turned on by dogs?

Bosch Fawstin said...

Man's best friend hated by mankind's worst enemies, how fitting. I'm pleasantly surprised that the UK's showing this kind of nerve, this kind of sense, hope they don't buckle under Muslim pressure.

Pastorius said...

The controversy has been going on for a few days now, and they still aren't backing down. I hope they don't.

Pastorius said...

How does a pig tell the difference between the smell of Islamofascist and sulfur?

Damien said...


I was just trying to think up the most unpleasant encounter possible between a dog and a Jihadist.

Damien said...

unpleasant that is for the Jihadist!

Anonymous said...


"The Association of Muslim Police is auditing the distribution of minority officers by rank and specialism...
Some forces had very few Muslim officers in units set up to tackle terrorism or in Special Branch and others had none."

Anonymous said...


"Senior Muslim officers warned forces last night that they would lodge Freedom of Information requests if they continued to refuse to take part...

"The letter says: 'If the police are serious about ensuring that Muslim officers are able to rise through the ranks at the same speed as their fellow white officers, and ensuring that Muslims are deployed to counter-terrorism duties at a time of heightened national security, we must have reliable data to track progress and measure success.' ....

"Among the audit's findings include figures revealing that Muslim officers were almost 'entirely absent' from specialist operations, such as counter-terrorism. It found that some forces do not even have a single Muslim working in terrorism or Special Branch almost three years after the 7 July London bombings, a move that Ahmad believes is hampering the fight against terrorism. "

...Muslims in the police are a menace, if this is anything to go by

...and this

Damien said...


most people belonging to PeTA probably know what could happen to them if they criticize Islam. Despite, their statements, few if any animal rights activists would be willing to die for an animal.
Some animal rights supporters have said things about medical research like "If it led to a cure for aids we'd still be against it."
However they tend to still use treatments only made possible by experimenting on animals.
Most of them are hypocrites and do things like use vaccines to protect themselves against diseases, regardless of the fact that those vaccines are first tested on animal.