Citadel mulls changing uniform policy to allow Muslim cadet to wear hijab, by Robert Spencer. The Citadel, a public military college in South Carolina, is considering a request from a Muslim student to wear a hijab — a notable exception to its uniform requirements. If the request is granted, it would seem to be the first time in its 174 year history that the college has broken its tradition of mandating cadets wear uniforms at practically all times.
Of course the first change would be in order to accommodate a Muslim student. The principle is always and everywhere the same: wherever Muslim customs and practices differ from non-Muslim customs and practices, non-Muslim customs and practices must give way. This never fails. Non-Muslims in the West increasingly take for granted that they must do this.
Why are our elites doing this too us? Do we get to vote on this?
hat-tip Stephen Neil