Monday, June 12, 2006

Britain's First Step to Sharia Law?!

Over the weekend I posted about Mulsim leaders in Bali trying to outlaw dancing, paintings and poetry...

Over the weekend in Somalia riots broke out as Muslim leaders banned residents from watching the World Cup or seeing any Western movies in cinemas (two people were killed).

Now, in Britain, newly-elected, Dr Muhammad Abdul Bari suggests this country should adopt more Islamic ways...

"His aim, he says, will be to encourage Britain to adopt more Muslim ways, as well as to encourage Muslims to be good British citizens. He thinks that non-Muslim Britons would benefit from having arranged marriages and espousing stronger family values; they would also do well to stop drinking and gambling and to follow many of the teachings of Islam. But, first, he must calm the tensions between Muslims and the rest of Britain."

"We really are doing our bit for Britain. We are flying the flag. But the British should be embracing the Muslim community rather than condemning it."
(source)

Scary stuff...

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