Islamic colonisation of the UK

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  1. MUSLIM radicals have established their own draconian court systems in Britain.


    Controversial Sharia courts have been set up in major towns and cities to impose Islamic law and enable Muslims to shun the legitimate British legal system.

    Last night religious leaders and politicians expressed outrage that Sharia law is gaining an increasing foothold in our society.

    Critics insisted that the Govern­ment is allowing a two-tier legal system to flourish in the name of political correctness and that the authority of UK justice is being undermined.

    The Daily Express can reveal that one of the controversial courts has been set up in the home town of the 7/7 London bombings ringleader.

    Mohammed Siddique Khan was responsible for the Edgware Road Circle Line explosion which killed six people and injured 120. Our investigation has found that the Sharia court system has been set up in the heart of Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, and that it is a model for others across the country which are operating outside the British legal process.

    The Dewsbury court is called the Sharee Council – another term for Sharia – and operates as a Muslim judiciary making decisions by which attendees must abide.

    In many countries, hard-line interpretations of the Islamic law allow people to be stoned to death, beheaded or have their limbs amputated.

    Non-Muslims are excluded from the secretive court which is registered as a charity to receive British tax benefits.
    Although the court has no official legal standing, scales of justice adorn a sign outside a former pub building which has been converted by the Islamic Institute of Great Britain.

    Last night the Sharia courts were blasted by both Christian and Muslim groups for their non-democratic attempts to establish their legal system.

    Mark Wallace, campaign man­ager of the Freedom Asso­ciation said: “British society must be one of free speech, free personal choice, democratic freedom and fairness.

    “If individual Muslims wish to inform their decisions by the teachings of Sharia, that is fine, but they must do it within the structures of British law and they must understand that sharia will never be acceptable as the legal system of the UK.”

    His views were echoed by the Muslim Council of Britain, whose spokesman Inayat Bunglawala said: “We believe one legal code should apply for all citizens of the UK. There is no place for multiple legal systems for people of different religious or ethnic backgrounds.”

    Dewsbury councillor Imtiaz Ameen, a Muslim, said: “Some people advocate total Sharia law but you cannot have it being the case in any country that there is one law for one and one law for another.”

    Critics say the Government has not done enough to stop radical Muslim groups establishing their brand of law.
    Liberal thinkers in the Gov­ernment claim that the law enables full-face veil-wearing Muslim women who are afraid of British courts to gain justice the “traditional way”.

    But one insider told the Daily Express that the Sharia court, which is run from the backroom of a Madrasa – an Islamic education centre – in Dewsbury is just one of “dozens” operating in Asian communities. And a leading Muslim commentator claimed similar courts exist in every major city across Britain.

    The Madrasa – which is a former pub situated less than a mile from the one-time home of London bombing mastermind Khan – sits as a court every other weekend and hears up to 10 cases a day.

    Four Muslim scholars, who have spent their life studying and preaching the Koran, sit in judgment on an array of cases alongside a Muslim solicitor whose role is to advise on the implications of their rulings in British law.

    The operation is headed by prominent scholar Sheikh Yaqub Munshi. Accounts for the Dewsbury court’s parent company the Islamic Research Institute of Great Britain, show that it was registered in Dewsbury as a charity in 1996 with the ethos of promoting the advancement of Islamic religion and education in the United Kingdom.

    Charitable status allows the organisation to claim tax relief and apply for government grants and trustee funding.

    Between April 1999 and April 2004 its gross annual turnover rocketed from £2,500 to above £177,000. At the end of the last financial year it recorded total funds of £255,000 but it is not known if or how it charges for use of the service.

    At the moment, the leaders insist they only deal with civil matters such as Muslim divorces, wedding dowries and asset sharing.

    But the secretive Muslim-only nature of the dealings will provoke fears that radical Sharia law could be allowed
    to spread across the Muslim population. The source said: “These courts take the law into their own hands and dish out punishment for bad behaviour.

    “I have not heard of physical punishments being used but those in the wrong are often ordered to pay compensation. Many who have no respect for British law are the most stringent observers of Sharia law.”

    Sheikh Yaqub admitted that in­troducing Sharia law into the UK has been his goal since moving to Britain from Paki­stan in the 1960s.

    But he insisted its main aim is to help repressed women who are trapped in bad or violent marriages and who dare not use British law.

    He said: “Ever since I arrived here in the 1960s there has been a case of women being forced to get married, others forced to get married, but unhappy afterwards. Until now there was no organisation which could Islamically solve their problems.”

    Sharia is derived from the Arabic translation Sariah and outlines Islamic law according to the Koran. The term means “way” or “path” and gives the Islamic framework within which people must regulate their lives according to the Muslim faith.

    After the Sharia court has ruled in judgment, solicitors process matters officially through UK courts on their clients’ behalf.

    Dr Patrick Sookhdeo, of the Institute for the Study of Islam and Christianity, said: “Sharia courts now operate in most larger cities, with different sectarian and ethnic groups operating their own courts that cater to their specific needs according to their tradition.”

    Philip Davies, the Tory MP for Shipley, said: “I am ab­solutely appalled and find the prospect of such courts totally terrifying. Places like this should be closed down or else everybody will want to establish their own courts.

    “How many more places like this are there in the UK? Who knows where it could all end? It simply cannot be tolerated.”

    Wake up call

    Islamic colonisation, have allowed Muslim immigrants to rearrange the furniture and start to displace the original occupants.

    No wonder people get pissed off with Muslims, even if it is only a few taking the pissta.

  2. Unless and until they actually break our laws or encourage someone to do so there is no problem here.
    The minute they try to "enforce" their judgements on non-willing participants, there is a problem and it should be dealt with.

    This is alarming but not quite as alarming as the papers would like to make it seem.
  3. I don't like even the concept of Sharia law, but I have to agree with you Blokeonabike. At the moment this is no different to a company disciplining people according to their own company rules and procedures. Until the law is broken, nothing can be done.

    Until that point however (and if this is unchecked it is inevitable), I think there should be something penned into law and a form of constitution, that anything involving Sharia will not be considered in a court of law, will be inadmissible as evidence, and will NEVER be allowed in the UK as long as the Union Jack flies.

    If people want to live in an Islamic state under Sharia law, they can bugger off to one of the many countries that fulfil those requirements.
  4. It is somewhat turbulent in the chinaware today.....perhaps we are expereincing a storm in a tea cup?

    Bigotry dressed up as news. Typical of the Mail/Express trio.

    A complete non story. It is no different from the rules within the Masons, the local cricket club or any other group made up of voluntary members. If you want to stay in follow the rules, if you don't then they can only kick you out.
  5. I suppose we over here must look at what is happening in Turkey, a Muslim country that fears the introduction of Islamic laws ruling them.

    They above all others in Europe understand the threat of the Koran becoming Law and Political. Britain unfortunately has Neville chamberlain types all other the place, blind to reality, until it bites them on the ASS.
  6. Here we go again the Muslims are being got at because they are doing just what the rest of us do to settle disputes. We have mediation and arbritation for settling civil disputes without going to the courts as a more user friendly and economical way of doing things, and this is all the Muslims are realy doing using their religious guidelines. You will find also that western mediation and arbritaration usually requires confidentiallity of the proceedings for what are usually obvious reasons. Yet this is once again dressed up to suggest the next stop is public stoning and beheading, and that the process is/may be forced on non believers.

  7. Police & Criminal Evidence Act covers it quite nicely, I think you will find.

    As Michael Winner says; "CALM DOWN"
  8. I'm not quite with you here. You are saying its all right for a micky mouse court to impose fines on people. Isn't that called extortion with menaces?

    This is along the lines of the recent article in the Evening Standard where it was deemed acceptable for Muslims to deny the holocaust because it was in their culture to do so. This, apparently, especially concerned children.

    If you have one law for everyone else and a special set of laws for minorities, you will get to a Balkans situation really quite quickly.
  9. Lots of ethnic communities use medeiation within the local cummunity. It tends to work quite well in Jewish communities in London for instance.

    This "story" crops up once every six months or so. But I guess they are the bogy men de jour so it get the scum bag papers all hot and bothered.
  10. The media seems to concentrate on the worst aspects of Sharia law. However, if implemented by well balanced, educated individuals then it can work quite well. The fact that it is in place in the UK is no big suprise and may actually help to decrease the crime rate in a community. Lets face it the Courts and the Police are no deterrant to crime on the streets. A large man with an axe and the support of the local community may be the answer......i.e. do it again and you will lose the other hand.....
  11. The simple and elegant response is, if they want to live under Sharia Law there are simply loads of Islamic countries to go to.

    If they are happy to subject themselves to and abide by English Law then happy days.

    You cannot do both.
  12. Yes but I have NEVER seen the simple answer applied to anything in the UK, have you?
  13. Our country is being run by things like this [​IMG]
  14. Typical Daily Express bigotry dressed up as news.

    Snorkel, do you actually think about anything else than the Muslims/gays/blacks/Jews and all the other folks you BNP lot get so scared of?

    You post so many of these random, long winded news posts on how Muslims/gays/blacks/Jews are taking over the world.

    As you so often like to point out, it's ever so reminiscent of the treatment of the Jews in the know, that whole 'International Jewish Conspiricy' thing...

    I wonder what you, as a BNP voting soldier (I'm assuming), would have done with Englishman born of mixed Jewish/English and German blood?
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