Muslim refugees could not continue after refusing to shake hands on female

Wednesday 8 August 2018

A Muslim crew at a primary school in Oslo was refused to continue after refusing to greet women. City council leader Raymond Johansen supports the decision.

The religious man in the 40’s has complained to the school and the Nav for the Discrimination Board after he could not continue as expected in a vacancy as a teacher and assistant at the activity school, writes Dagsavisen. Former Rector, Bente Alfheim, at Ekeberg Primary School, remembers the matter well and says the subject was raised several times.

“We always said it was a problem, we never said we accepted it. However, we were open to inclusion and would give him an opportunity, she explains.

She says there were complaints from female teachers who felt that he would not take them in hand. The former Rector can not see how she could defend that an employee at school will not greet women.


City council leader Raymond Johansen (AP) supports the school’s decision not to extend the temporary work. He believes that not having a handshake for religious reasons should not be a practice Oslo Municipality is to support.

“One should not be able to avoid attacking another person because for religious reasons it is unacceptable,” said the city council leader to NRK.

Appeal procedure

The Discrimination Board reports to Dagsavisen that the complaints will probably be dealt with in October and that a decision can be expected in November.

The case is not unique. In April, the Supreme Court of Appeal in France ruled that a Muslim woman should nevertheless be granted French citizenship after refusing to hand in two distinguished representatives of French publicity during a national ceremony.

The authorities believe this was evidence that she “had not been assimilated into the French community”. This is a reason that the authorities may use in the legislation to reject citizenship of the spouse of a French citizen.

My comment on this is:

Muslims who do not adapt to Norwegian traditions and statutes can go home! We in Norway will have our traditions. In all Western countries, it is usual to greet. So Satan’s ideology can go home, we do not want them here.

Today, new Android 9 Pie came

Wednesday 8 2018

New update from Google, at least for a few selected phones.

Today, the new Android update has been made available, but only for some phones.

The new major update Android 9 has been named Android 9 Pie.

The update was announced this spring, at the Google I / O 2018 Developer Conference, and already we got a taste of what new features we could expect.

The Android 9 Pie, as revealed in ours, includes a “Digital Wellbeing” dashboard, which will make us use the phone less.

It also has a new navigation system that uses AR, or Augmentet Reality, and other user interface improvements based on AI, Artificial Intelligence.

Not everything is coming now

The official release will only happen this autumn, Google writes in a blog post. And until then, today’s release will not contain all the features Google announced on Google I / O.

This applies, for example, to the Digital Wellbeing dashboard. Users will still be able to download these in a beta version until the official release of the fall.

Also, the Slice feature, which should be a pun on Pie, will come first this autumn. This allows you to view real-time information from an app inside another app, so you do not have to go back and forth between apps.

Only for selected phones

If you have one of Google’s Pixel phones, you can download the update already now. According to Google, the update will be imminent for phones that participated in Google’s Android 9 Beta program, writes the company in the blog post.

– Devices participating in Sony Mobile, Xiaomi, HMD Global, Oppo, Vivo, OnePlus and Essential beta apps, as well as all eligible Android One devices will receive this update by the end of the fall!

As for other Androids, the company writes that they are working on the matter.

– We’re also working with a host of other partners to launch or upgrade devices for Android 9 this year.

So then it remains to be seen when Samsung, the biggest Android manufacturer, comes on the track. Experienced, it takes a while, so it may soon be 2019 before Samsung users will benefit from the new update.