Tuesday, April 01, 2008

'If We Don't Watch Out We Will Become an Islamic State'

Daring to speak speak such truths can expect to be met with the usual indignation mixed with seething, and will certainly be expressed in much outrage.

Problem is, it's probably already too late, as too many in the UK have already submitted.
A senior Church of England member called yesterday for the building of mosques to be banned.

Alison Ruoff said more construction would lead to Islamic no go areas dominated by exclusively Muslim populations living under sharia law.

Mrs Ruoff, a member of the General Synod, the Church's parliament, added: "If we don't watch out we will become an Islamic state. It's that serious."

Leading clerics have been divided over how the Church should respond to Islam. The Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams caused controversy by calling for sharia law to be given full legal status.
Others share her sentiment.
But Dr Michael Nazir-Ali, the Pakistani-born Bishop of Rochester, has warned against the spread of Islamic no-go areas and said amplified calls to prayer at mosques impose an Islamic character on nearby areas.
Ruoff can plainly see what enveloping Britain, and to a great extent, the rest of Europe. People need to listen up.
Speaking on Premier Christian Radio, she said: "We are constantly building new mosques, which are paid for by the oil states.

"There are enough mosques for Muslims in this country.

"You build a mosque and then what happens? You have Muslim people moving into that area, all the shops become Islamic, all the housing will become Islamic and that will be a no-go area for anyone else.

"They will bring in Islamic law. We cannot allow that to happen.
Then, of course, we have the odious Inayat Bunglawala chiming in.
Inayat Bunglawala, assistant secretary-general of the Muslim Council of Britain, said: "These are very narrow-minded and bigoted remarks.
He should know all about bigotry.

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