Should Radical Muslims Be Deported?

Posted on May 8, 2011


Yesterday in London, Muslims demonstrated at the American Embassy carrying signs that read “Islam will dominate the world.”

And there were other signs that proclaimed jihad:

Surely this is preaching the overthrow of the Government?  When Anjem Choudary stands in front of Buckingham palace and says one day it will be a mosque, isn’t that treason?

Choudary and others realize that the road to domination also involves larger numbers and so here he is exhorting his followers to increase and multiply:

The Archbishop of Canterbury, leader of the Anglican Communion in Britain has even gone so far as to request that in some circumstances Britain embrace Sharia as long ago as 2008:

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Rowan Williams.

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Rowan Williams. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA

The Archbishop of Canterbury tonight prompted criticism from across the political spectrum after he backed the introduction of sharia law in Britain and argued that adopting some of its aspects seemed “unavoidable”.Rowan Williams, the most senior figure in the Church of England, said that giving Islamic law official status in the UK would help achieve social cohesion because some Muslims did not relate to the British legal system.

However, the prime minister’s spokesman swiftly rejected the archbishop’s comments, which were delivered in a lecture on civil and religious law at the Royal Courts of Justice.

Gordon Brown’s spokesman insisted British law would be based on British values and that sharia law would present no justification for acting against national law. [Guardian]

We not only need to reconsider our immigration policies, we need to do so with the idea that if people enter the country with goals of defeating western law, that it is treasonous and those supporting that view should be deported.  It is beyond an academic exercise and now we have societies that are constantly disrupted by demonstrations

… Muslim behavior throughout the world over the course of many centuries proves that with Islam, it is never about the desire to live our their faith in peace without persecution. Once in a position of power, Muslims will seek the complete takeover of nations with the ultimate goal of world domination. [Guardian]

Before our very eyes we are now witnessing the truth of this assertion. Now that the U.K. has capitulated to Muslim demands concerning pockets of Sharia Law, Muslims are now revealing their true intentions–they wish to take over the U.K. and turn Buckingham Palace into a mosque. [Guardian]

Here is what has happened in Britain as a result of allowing Sharia:

Islamic jurisprudence is spreading throughout Britain at an astonishing rate. At least 85 Islamic Sharia courts are now operating in the country, almost 20 times as many as previously believed. A recent think tank study titled “Sharia Law or One Law for All” found that scores of unofficial tribunals and councils, may operating in mosques, regularly apply Islamic law to resolve domestic, marital and business disputes.

The study warns of a “creeping” acceptance of Sharia principles in British law, and follows the outcry over remarks by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Rowan Williams, who had said that Sharia law in Britain is “unavoidable.”

The emergence of a parallel Muslim society in Britain and the failure or refusal of many Muslim immigrants to integrate is troubling millions of British voters.

It is also increasing the political pressure on British Prime Minister David Cameron — who delivered a keynote speech on immigration to members of his Conservative Party in Hampshire on April 14 — to crack down on widespread abuses of the immigration system, particularly abuses that involve forced or sham marriages, bogus students, dodgy colleges or dubious work permits.

Cameron also takes aim at immigration fraud. He addresses the abuse of student visas, by far the biggest route for non-EU immigrants into Britain…[.]  Hudson New York

Do we want to live in a divided society – divided in very basic ways?  That is the question we need to answer as we go forward with Britain as a model.

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