* Oh well, if it helps these poor citizens from seeing their city burned to the ground its a preferable option, don’t you think? At least they’re not painting the sidewalks green like here in Sarajevo earlier this year, at least not yet:Â
“Muslims are sending a message of intolerance and a perfidious scene of ethnic cleansing that was preconceived as a way to drive away people of other ethnicities and religions living in Sarajevo,” said NGO President Leo PloÄkini.
It is clear that Sarajevo wants to be a greater Tehran than the capital city of the Islamic Republic of Iran itself,” PloÄkiniÄ‡ surmised.Â
* Not to worry: they will stop when they run out of paint!
WORK has now started to decorate the town in preparation for the celebrations to mark the Muslim festival of Eid.Observer photographer Tim Bradley spotted council workmen wiring up lights in the town centre last Thursday afternoon.Â Other lights have also been put up in Drake Street and Milkstone Road.
Eid is an Arabic word which means ‘a day of happiness which returns regularly’.
* Yep. Many happy returns!
WORK has now started to decorate the town in preparation for the celebrations to mark the Muslim festival of Eid.
Muslim police celebrate Ramadan
Inspector Nadeem Mir Vice Chair of Muslim Police Association, Assistant Chief Constable Rob Taylor and Yousaf Dar, Chair of Muslim Police Association