Sunday, April 13, 2014


Giulio Meotti wrote about Britain's transformation into an Islamic hub in Europe:
In 1215, Britain enacted the “Magna Charta Libertatum”. It is the basis of the UK legal system which protects individual rights.

800 years later, for the first time, that glorious legal system is changing face. It is now an experiment unique in the world, the hybridation of the Magna Charta and Islam. This is not Londonstan or Islamisation, the multicultural ghettos or threats, but Islam injected into the most important sectors of the country’s government: law, education and finance.
Honestly, I'm not sure they ever successfully instilled the influence of the Magna Carta in anybody. They have libel laws far exceeding those of other European countries like France, and as far as I know, they've never repealed them despite bringing up the issues at least once in the House of Commons.
The main Islamic courts are located in London, Birmingham, Bradford, Manchester and Nuneaton, the very hearts of the great British Muslim community. The first of these courts was established in 1982 in east London under the leadership of Suhaib Hasan, a prominent member of the European Council for Fatwa, the organization headed by Youssef Qaradawi, spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood.

These courts formalize the “talaq”, the Islamic repudiation of a wife by her husband. Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, the Conservative leader of the Islamic faith, calls it “apartheid”.
So the first sharia court was established right under Margaret Thatcher's very nose, and nothing was done about it. And what of Warsi? Does she consider this kind of apartheid legitimate?
Meanwhile, four departments of the government (Labor and Pensions, Treasury , Revenue and Customs, Ministry of the Interior) have recognized polygamy. Although the practice is illegal in England and Wales since 1604, the polygamous Muslims in the UK benefit from social privileges and are recognized by the public authorities.

One of the highest UK Justices, Sir James Munby as well as Rowan Williams, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, and the former Chief Justice, Lord Phillips, all are open to the use of Sharia in the UK legal system.

Islamic law is also advancing in public universities. The new guidelines of the university, under the item “External speakers in higher education institutions” prepared by the Committee on Universities, declared legitimate the Islamic fundamentalist campaign to separate women and men during university events. Many religious Jews also separate men and women at their events, but they have no plans to impose their way of life on others the way Muslims do.
That part's kind of sloppy. It depends which religious Jews and what events are in focus. Separation of sexes at Jewish gatherings is something usually just done during specific prayer sessions in Orthodox synagogues, and even some Conservative synagogues, because they want people to pay closer attention to the services at hand, and leave social interactions for afterwards. It's the Haredis who've taken the ideas to offensive extremes, acting as though gender separation must be done at all costs at every venue possible, and such a practice by the Haredis should be condemned, since it takes away focus from the more serious issues of Islamofascism.
A new report, entitled, “Easy Meat: Multiculturalism, Islam and Child Sex Slavery”, also shows how officials in England and Wales were aware of Islamic child grooming, the process by which predators befriend and build trust with children in order to prepare them for sexual abuse by Muslim gangs. This has been going on since at least 1988. Why was it not stopped? Call it “cultural sensitivity”.
So all this sexual abuse took place as early as Thatcher's third term in office, yet nothing was done about it. That's the sad reality; even under a conservative government, these kind of tragedies can be spawned.
One day, when landing at Heathrow airport, we will wonder whether the UK is still Winston Churchill’s country or whether it has become a surreal and ridiculous mix of Sharia and Spice Girls.
Maybe we'll be wondering why the Spice Girls are no longer singing, ditto where all their music records went!

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