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Tearing down other peoples 'holy sites' and building their own over the top... This is how they roll.
Conflict of interests much Abdal Ullah?
Originally posted by jam321
A 4 year old source
Originally posted by Spiramirabilis
bigoted much - InfaRedMan?
Fears over the number of homophobic incidents in Tower Hamlets at the hands of Islamic extremists have grown in recent years. But there is also the concern that no one is prepared to speak out about what is happening for fear of being branded Islamophobic.
Paul Burston edits the gay section in the London listings magazine Time Out. ‘In the past few years there have been more and more reports of homophobic incidents in Tower Hamlets, often involving attacks on gay men by gangs of young Bangladeshis,’ he said.
‘A large number of people have contacted me to tell me about all kinds of incidents, ranging from being stopped outside mosques and handed literature that is really horrible, to being verbally abused and physically attacked. But if you talk about it publicly then you are accused of fuelling Islamophobia. It is the idea that a potential thought-crime trumps a real crime that I find difficult to understand.’
It's simply evidence that they failed!
Stop Islamization of the world
Oh dear, another clichéd response!
...It is the idea that a potential thought-crime trumps a real crime that I find difficult to understand...’
LOL! If you say so Spiramirabilis! Call me what you like... but it ain't going to make me accept the examples hatred and malice provided in the link above....
If you are suggesting it doesn't go on, then your head is firmly planted in the sand. I care more for the victims of these crimes, not the perpetrators... nor for the political correctness from the apologists that enable them!
Muslims, Jews, Buddhists and Greek and Russian Orthodox Christians all strongly favour burial over cremation, as do people with Italian, Greek and Turkish roots.
The problem is particularly pressing in Tower Hamlets, where demand is high because around 36% of the population are Muslim.
...there are currently "no plans to reopen Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park as a cemetery".
With the Cemetery Park no longer being an option,...
Originally posted by Suspiria
If anyone's interested here's a linkydinky to York University's Cemetery research group.
It's quite informative on the in's & out's of protocol in the UK.