San Francisco International Airport Uses Taxpayer Money To Construct Prayer Space For Muslims

d0a0d0da41c46d18e532c7094e029e8c_330As if things couldn’t get any more ridiculous as more and more Americans pander to Islam, San Francisco International Airport has constructed a special prayer space for Muslims in which they can wash their hands and feet before they pray.

While the adherents to Islam are required to offer prayers five times a day, along with a ritual that also calls for a ceremonial cleansing, many San Francisco cab drivers are unable to accomplish this apparently in bathroom facilities. At least that’s what they want us to believe.

According to SFGate:

For many cab drivers, that’s meant either lugging bottled water around or using one of the bathrooms inside the terminal to wash — a practice not always welcomed by airport passengers.

So Royal Cab driver Hasan Khan, 52, a Pakistani immigrant, collected some 300 signatures from fellow cabbies, urging the airport to give them their own cleansing station.

Airport brass obliged — and the wash equipment was installed on the ground floor of the main garage, right next to where the drivers congregate for their breaks.

Airport spokesman Doug Yakel said, “The way we look at it…this was in the interest of maintaining a good relationship with ground transportation providers.”

Ah, but did they use public money? Yes they did.

Mr. Yakel says that those resources were nominal, with work done by in-house plumbers.

So how does this square with the very people, many who live in San Francisco, who are always crying about the “Separation of Church and State”? Apparently they are just fine with it.

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