Much truth in that. Some of the US "christian" set ups are huge money making enterprises. I have little doubt that some charitable Islamic set ups enrich the faithful. Equally for almost any religion. We get our life values from many sources. Religion, including Islam and Hinduism, have been a source of my values. The dividing line is law. Sharia law does have a place in UK, but it is limited. As a dispute resolution mechanism between muslims it is fine, but to take it further and to impose Sharia law areas is too much. With many immigrants, their cultural values clash very markedly with UK law, and frankly, the UK law has been very very tolerant to the point of unfairness to accept these values. I do hope that there is a turning point where the racism card is not a trump (no pun intended) card and that some kind of normalcy applied to the law, no matter who, what religion or what skin colour. Equality is equality. As a guideline, I have seen very few real asylum seekers, but shed loads of economic migrants. They are far from being the same.