Imposing Islam on the secular marketplace. If a Muslim won’t pick up a passenger with a dog (or with alcohol, for that matter), then he shouldn’t be a taxi driver. It’s just that simple. If he wants to live under the sharia, then he should not leave his control-ridden native land.

It’s not just Canada: Muslim cabdrivers in the US have sought to impose these same sharia restrictions.

“Canada: Muslim Cabbies Refuse Blind With Dogs,” By Dalit Halevi, Ari Yashar, Israel National News, December 13, 2013Muslim taxi cab drivers claim they can’t drive blind people with dogs because in Islam dogs are considered ‘unclean.’Reyna

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In Saskatoon, Canada, Muslim taxi drivers are refusing to give rides to blind people with seeing-eye dogs. The drivers have been citing religious grounds, saying dogs are considered “unclean” animals in Islam.

Mike Simmonds, who has been blind for close to 10 years, requires a guide dog with him at all times. He reported to the Sun newspaper that he is bitterly disappointed after taxi drivers at the station by his home have repeatedly refused to give him a ride.

Simmonds turned to the taxi company’s management, and was told that the company has no guidelines forbidding discrimination against dog owners. After he was refused by taxis 3 times, Simmonds submitted a complaint to the Saskatchewan Committee of Human Rights.

Muslim antagonism towards dogs is not a new thing in Canada. In 2012, Toronto police arrested a Jew after he shoved back a Muslim who had punched him for not moving his “unclean” dog further away from Muslim women during an anti-Israel rally.

Canine cruelty in the Muslim world was highlighted during the Muslim Brotherhood protests in Egypt, as in late October protesters were found to be using “puppy bombs” by dipping dogs in gasoline and setting them on fire.

Pamela Geller is the Editor of Atlas Shrugs.