The flyer below was placed on public places like lamp posts and so on in the British city of Blackburn. It shows the uniquely Islamic approach to multiculturalism, which is to say, "we don't like it, so you mustn't do it".
Most other cultures simply politely decline to participate, but rarely tell the host population not to do their own cultural practices themselves.
A detail of the English portion follows:
The text reads:
Dear people of Blackburn,
Halloween is approaching and we, the Muslim community of little Harwood, would kindly ask you to avoid coming through our streets and to our houses during Halloween, (an impure holiday due to its pagan roots)
Celebrating it around our homes desecrates our families. We therefore ask you to explain this situation to your children and avoid them knocking on our doors to play Trick or Treat on Halloween.
We wish you a happy holiday and expect you to respect and way of life (sic) The Muslims of Little Harwood
We would like to add a fatwa to support our request
(Fatwa in Arabic below English text)
The Rebel has published stories this season already on various forms of capitulation, often referred to as "dhimmitude", by Western agencies.