Sharia in action: no insult or criticism of Islam will be tolerated – as is so often the case, now enforced by the kuffars.
Scout Master Brian Walker, sent an email to a Scouting magazine which had published a picture of a female Muslim canoe instructor in her niqab. The woman had said she wore a veil ‘when she took the girls out canoeing’.
Mr. Walker’s email pointed out the potential dangers:
‘Canoeists don’t dress like this; they need all-round unobstructed vision, they protect the group’
‘They will most likely drown wearing that Darth Vader tent’.
He is right. His concerns have led to him being forced to quit. Would you feel safe if your little one was in a canoe with that navigating?
Darth Vadar has yet to comment on being compared to the follower of a dark age death cult.Scout master is forced to quit after comparing a Muslim leader wearing a niqab to Darth Vader
Scout master is forced to quit after comparing a Muslim leader wearing a niqab to Darth Vader
- A woman known as Zainab appeared in a Scouting magazine wearing a niqab
- Brian Walker, 63 emailed the magazine to blast the Muslim woman in the article
- He said: ‘Canoeists don’t dress like this… they will most likely drown wearing that Darth Vader tent.’
- Mr Walker has since been fired from his role as assistant Scout leader for breaching some of their key values such as integrity and respect
By Charlotte Dean For Mailonline, 11 February 2018
A Scout master who compared a Muslim leader wearing a niqab, a veil covering the face, to Darth Vader has been forced to quit.
The woman featured in a Scouting magazine article where it stated she wore a veil ‘when she took the girls out canoeing’.
Outraged Brian Walker, 63 emailed the magazine saying: ‘Canoeists don’t dress like this; they need all-round unobstructed vision, they protect the group.
‘They will most likely drown wearing that Darth Vader tent’, reports the Sunday Times
However the woman Mr Walker was blasting, known only as Zainab, has hit back saying that it’s not about being Muslim, it’s about being human.
Brian Walker, 63 compared Zainab’s niqab to a ‘Darth Vader’ tent
In his email Mr Walker also suggested that Zainab would scare children and animals while wearing her veil.
Mr Walker, from Bristol, was fired from his role as assistant Scout leader last March as he breached some of the key values including integrity, respect, care and co-operation.
He later insisted that as the father of a child with Asperger’s he understood the need for inclusion and stated that he would work in a group with Muslim or LGBT children.
Although he suggested he didn’t want to offended anyone, during his review hearing, Mr Walker said: ‘Scouting should stick to its Christian traditions.’
He has since attempted to sue the Scout organisation for breach of contract and hurting his feelings which they plan to contest.
Andrea Williams, chief executive of the Christian Legal Centre, which is behind Walker, said: ‘Scouting used to be about doing our best, doing our duty to God and serving our Queen, helping others and keeping the cub scout law. It would seem the culture this created has… been infiltrated by the new political dogma that cannot stand a whiff of dissent.’
A spokesperson for the Scout Association said: ‘We are aware of the issues raised with us by Mr Walker. However due to legal reasons we are unable to comment specifically on this case.
‘Inclusivity is at the heart of modern scouting and is a value we hold dear. We welcome young people and volunteers from all communities across the UK and we are proud of our inclusive approach to youth work.#
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