According to Van Doorn, there is a need for a so-called ‘halalstrand’. Most of the beaches feel muslims are now not at home, he says. “Not only muslims, but also many other residents feel uncomfortable at the sight of a very scantily clad, and not seldom unattractive styled beachgoers,” he writes to the city council of The Hague. “In addition, women in particular that they increasingly during beach visits to deal with unwanted allusions and affections of persons of the other sex.”also Read Wilders surprised by conversion of former right hand to islam: “Like a vegetarian in a slaughterhouse is going to work”
He thinks that The Hague should therefore look at whether it is possible to be a part of the beach to designate for muslims. There is also a nudist beach for a small group of enthusiasts, so why not be a part of the beach setting up for the muslim community, argues Van Doorn. In seaside resorts in Turkey and Indonesia there are already so-called halal beach resorts. On halalstranden would be muslims according to their religious precepts of the sun can enjoy. So sunbathing on Lombok, for example, men and women separated from each other.