Is it a mop sink, a Muslim footbath…or an extra urinal for students at the University of Georgia?

By BI: Looking at this picture at first glance you see just a regular mop sink in the bathroom right? Well I work at the University of Georgia in the same shop as the brick masons, when they got the work order they were a little bit curious as to why they wanted a mop sink right in the front of the bathroom when there’s a custodian closet right outside the bathroom with a mop sink in it.


From Aaron BridgesWell after talking to the “HMFIC” or supervisor, they were then told that a Muslim group of students on campus have been pushing for a foot washing station on campus. Apparently this is a cultural tactic Muslims do before they pray they wash their feet. 

When there’s no footpath available, Muslims use the sink, which disgusts non-Muslims, thereby making it easier for Muslims to demand and get footbaths wherever they want them.


Muslim-only footbaths are popping up in colleges all over America. Keep in mind at Madison County high school it was voted to change a bible verse on a monument bc it could offend non-Christian religions. A lot of NCAA schools are getting rid of team Chaplains in fear of offending Muslims. Another reason this pisses me off is that this is cold hard tax payer money that’s being used to build these foot washing stations.

The point is that how is this right to put something up for Muslim’s religion but if Christians put a monument up with a bible verse it’s all of a sudden separation between church and state.


An earlier version of this article said that the Tate Student Center mop sinks were directly intended for Muslim student use. In an effort to appease, school officials said that the sinks are available to all students and the intent of building them was based in practical use rather than any connection to any specific group.