The British University head that seeks to force Islamic values on all British students

Abhijit Pandya offers his insights into the controversy over the non-existent plan by London Metropolitan University vice-chancellor Malcolm Gillies to ban the sale of alcohol on campus:

“The promotion of this Islamic non-drinking culture is also contrary to general manner in which friends and social relationships are not only made at University, but also in the workplace and beyond to general life in our country. It is so contrary to the general social habits of our country, that it places Muslim students at risk of not enjoying superior British social habits.”

RightMinds, 15 April 2012