Norway: Muslim Leader Refuses to Shake Hands With Female MinisterChris Menahan
Sep. 11, 2017
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A Muslim leader refused to shake hands with a female minister during a TV debate last week, then responded to Norwegians' outrage by accusing them all of being racist bigots.
From Sputnik News:
The leader of a local Muslim organization in Norway created a stir by refusing to shake hands with the nation's female immigration minister at the start of their TV debate, epitomizing the collision between European values and those of traditional Islam and possibly affecting the outcome of the Norwegian general election.
Norway's controversial Immigration and Integration Minister Sylvi Listhaug has once again become the focal point of the local press. This time, though, she found herself on the receiving end of a media scandal, as Fahad Qureshi, founder and leader of the organization Islam Net, notoriously refused to shake hands with her before a TV debate on VGTV.
In response to outrage, Qureshi said Norwegians are racist bigots for not accepting him "as Norwegian."
In response to this article, Mr. Qureshi shared with Sputnik his perspective on the handshake incident:Norwegians should respond by informing Mr. Qureshi and others like him that deporting him back to his home country is "the highest honor" which can be doled out by us progressive Europeans.
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