reply to post by dr treg
I am fully against the creeping Islamification of the UK and firmly believe that urgent action is required, however, it's certainly not as bad as
some would have you believe with the vast majority of the UK completely unaffected by any sort of enforced Islamification.
And to be fair the examples you have supplied have been slightly misrepresented.
The killing of the aid worker is generally being reported as a beheading.
Whilst it isn't even being reported on the BBC News homepage at present it certainly mentioned beheading on it's text service earlier this morning
when I read it.
There is a proposal to ban strip clubs etc in Tower Hamlets but this is being vehemently resisted by local MP's, Unions, businesses and some
There is also a proposal to provide non-drinking meeting areas for Muslims and other's who do not drink alcohol.
They do not propose to ban drinking alcohol at all, there is no intention of shutting student bars etc, they merely intend to provide an alternative
venue for those not wishing to drink.
Nothing wrong with that as far as I can see.
Yes, some Muslims wish to impose draconian and repressive Sharia Law in the UK but they are some way from succeeding at present.
Many Christians as well as lots of Muslims oppose strip clubs etc and it seems to me indicative of the moralistic approach of most overtly religious
people to wish to impose their moral values and standards on everyone else.
There is also a theory that as the Olympics approach there is a desire to promote the less 'seedier' side of London.
In the article you linked to it clearly states that there is no intention to impose a blanket ban on alcohol sales at London Metropolitan University
and that Muslim groups actively oppose any such move.
Misrepresentation of issues like these does no good to the cause of raising awareness of genuine cases of creeping Islamification and the activities
of Muslim extremists here in the UK.
This is scaremongering at it's worst and does no-one any good whatsoever.