Front page of the New York Times, top of the app screen “Wednesday Briefing” under the rubric of “Here’s what you need to know to start your day”:
Ramadan advice. Of course.
Do you suppose next spring the Times will do Christians a solid by running an article about what to give up for Lent? Ha ha. Rhetorical question.
Anyway, Muslims comprise only 3% of the New York City population. But what better way to begin preparing for European-style dhimmitude than to begin to voluntarily and proactively reorient ourselves culturally towards the strictures of Islam before an aggressive minority begins to actually demand it?
Possible future New York Times columns?
“Which way is Mecca? Ten Timely Tips for Budget Hajj Travel”
“Modern Romance: How Many Wives is Too Many?”
“Healthy New York: Maintaining Vitamin D Sufficiency Under the Burka”
“Food: Top 100 Kebob Houses in Lower Manhattan”
“Sunday Styles: Goat Tending for City Dwellers”
“Five Times A Day: Suing Employers Who Don’t Provide Prayer Rugs”
“Best of New York: Local’s Guide to Men-Only Tea Houses”
“Know Your Tenant’s Rights: Halal Animal Slaughter on the Balcony”
“Summer in the City: Cool Lightweight Burkas that Beat the Heat”
“Taxing Matters: Time for a Municipally Collected Jizya?”
“Healthy New York: Female Genital Mutilation Without Tears”
“CityScape: The 100 Most Beautiful Mosques on the Upper East Side”
“Modern Romance: How Young Is Too Young for Child Marriage? 14? 12?”
“Mosque and State: Time to Rethink the Founding Fathers?”
“The Feminist Muslim’s Guide to Politically Correct Wife Discipline”