Monday, 1 August 2011
Sharia Law Zones For Shropshire?
Dozens of posters appeared in London and other cities declaring some areas as “Sharia law zones”. Imam Anjem Choudary, notorious for his extremist and anti-British views, has claimed responsibility for the Sharia law zone campaign.
As Europe recovers from the shocking bloodbath staged by anti-Islamist Anders Breivik, UK-based Islamists have seized the opportunity to score political points. Bright yellow posters on buses, lamp posts and the walls of houses warned pedestrians and drivers that they were entering a “Sharia controlled area”. Distributed by activists of the Muslims Against Crusades group, the posters carried the inscription “Islamic rules enforced” along with the no alcohol, no smoking, no music concerts and no gambling graphics, amongst others.
Imam Choudary says the campaign aims at planting the seeds of an Islamic Emirate in Britain. It's an attempt to set people against one another and a demonstration of force. Some Muslims are flexing their muscles.
This Saturday, Muslims Against Crusades marched from Leyton to Walthamstow, calling for the setting up of Sharia-Controlled Zones in the UK, in which 'Islamic rules' would be enforced by Muslims.
In light of the on-going trial of Shropshire-based Muslim paedophile gangs and the way in which we are told to be 'tolerant' when non-Brits commit terrorist and paedophile offences, how long will it be before the confidence of local Muslims reaches the point where 'Sharia Law' zones are forcibly imposed against our wishes?
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