• Islam in the UK: A ticking bomb?

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    Recently in Waltham Forrest in Essex (but administratively part of Greater London) a certain Muslim cleric one Abu Izzadeen has declared the borough to be a Sharia law zone. Mr Izzadeen is not some crank or an eccentric. He is what our treasonous cowardly group of Quisling perjurers call a “community leader.”

    Mr Izzadeen has a reasonable following; much of the population of the borough is Muslim and a considerable number of these Muslims in the borough support him and are setting about putting their plans into practice.What does this involve? The answer is placing large numbers of these professionally produced notices (above) on lampposts informing all persons that this is so and to observe the following rules:

    - No alcohol. This not only means no public consumption of alcohol. It means no private possession of or consumption of alcohol.
    - No gambling. This not only means no casinos and no bookmakers (turf accountants) but no lottery tickets must be bought or sold.
    - No mixing of men and women in public.
    - Women (it is not known whether this means non Muslim as well as Muslim) must be properly dressed.
    - No music. This means no CDs and DVDs on which any form of music is recorded that does not comply with Sharia Law. What does this mean? Well Sharia law only permits unaccompanied singing. Sharia bans all musical instruments. This ban not only extends to playing a musical instrument in public. It means possession – and by that we mean private possession – in one’s home (obviously Muslims as even this government would not allow people’s property to be seized until the UK law is changed?). This means that Mr Izzadeen’s attitude towards the private possession of such as a piano (below)is the same as the Home Secretary’s attitude towards the private possession of an AK47 (below).Welcome to the Britain of 2011.

    • Deport the bastards, now.

    • Tony,

      Your problem is that you cannot deport these people. Many were born here and under the present state of the law are as British as you and me – that is assuming you are a British Citizen. I think the BG is right to describe the situation as a ticking bomb, for if things continue as they are there will eventually come a time when there will be two groups of people in this land who will have values and lifestyles diametrically opposed to each other. That is a recipe for sectarian feuding. Unfortunately as so often in life there are no easy or pain free answers to this. So far as the political classes reaction to this ongoing situation, I reckon it will best be described as “too little, too late.” Sorry to be such a wet blanket.

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