Guys, Dako is not saying he wants to eat in the face of a Muslim when the Muslims is fasting. He is saying that he doesn't understand why it is against the law for Christians not to be able to eat, drink, smoke or open a restaurant during the day during Ramadan. Something I do agree with. It isn't detrimental to a fasting Muslim for this to happen. I am sure the majority of Christians living in the Middle East respect Ramadan and wouldn't go up to a Muslim and take a bite of a sandwich in their face but to go and sit in a restaurant and eat or drink during the day isn't harming a Muslim in any way, shape or form. It's not as if a Muslim is going to press his face up to the glass and drool - if they are then they need to learn some will power and it isn't the Christians fault.
I wasn't aware that it was against Shariah law for a non-Muslim to eat or drink publically during Ramadan and would be interested in where it says that.
Out beyond ideas
of wrongdoing and rightdoing,
there is a field.
I'll meet you there.
All I possess in the presence of death
is pride and fury