M uslim nurses in the UK have finally been given what they’ve demanded—the right to not wash their hands before medical procedures. This ridiculous demand derived from Islamic Sharia Law compromises the health and safety of every patient in the respective hospitals. But Muslims argue that washing their hands prior to performing medical procedures including procedures in the operating room, “compromises their modesty.” Now, instead of scrubbing, Muslims have the option to wear disposable plastic over-sleeves, which is hygienically equivalent to sticking two Ziploc bags over your hands. The UK’s Department of Health addressed concerns that refusing to scrub could result in catastrophic consequences. “The guidance is intended to balance infection control measures with cultural beliefs,” a spokesman said. The UK boasts that it “protects and promotes” the “majority culture.” Clearly, these new laws do not reflect English culture, at all. In fact, they’re putting their citizens at serious risk for illness and death. Why is the UK allowing Sharia law to infringe on its laws?
Muslim Nurses Complain Washing Hands Before Medical Procedures Because it ‘Compromises Modesty’
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