Police in Manchester have been told not to arrest Muslims wanted on warrants at prayer times during Ramadan.
Greater Manchester Police confirmed it had asked detectives not to make planned arrests during those periods for reasons of religious sensitivity.
The advice was emailed out to officers working in Moss Side, Hulme, Whalley Range, Rusholme, Fallowfield, Ardwick, Longsight, Gorton and Levenshulme.
Police said it was not a blanket ban, just a "request for sensitivity".
Here's how it's done in the USA, via LGF: A Muslim woman suing a rental car company refused to remove her face mask, so the judge dismissed her case. The operative word is dismissed. People who refuse to assimilate should be dismissed. Detroit Free Press.