Islam party in Belgium wants to create an Islamic State and separate men and women

Apr 7, 2018 by

from Voice of Europe: For the second time in 6 years the ‘Islam’ party will participate in Belgium’s municipal elections. The party wants to create an Islamic State and separate men and women in public transport, Belgian newspaper HLN reports. “Our goal is a 100% Islamic State, but we don’t mean...

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The High Price of Denial

Mar 15, 2018 by

by Douglas Murray, Gatestone Institute: Is it possible that mainstream politicians and the mainstream media are finally recognising what the European public can see with their own eyes? Two recent occurrences suggest that this might be so. The first is a concession by German Chancellor Angela...

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Archbishop of Canterbury says Islamic rules are incompatible with Britain’s laws which have Christian values

Feb 25, 2018 by

by Steve Doughty, Mailonline: Sharia law should never become part of the British legal system, the Archbishop of Canterbury said yesterday. Justin Welby said the Islamic rules are incompatible with Britain’s laws, which have developed over 500 years on the principles of a different culture. He...

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Regulating sharia councils (ie sharia courts) with a state quango is not the way forward

Feb 2, 2018 by

by Archbishop Cranmer: A government review into the desirability, purpose and functioning of sharia councils (ie sharia courts) has been 18 months in the making. It was instigated by Theresa May when she was Home Secretary, in the context of allegations of the misuse or abuse of sharia codes of...

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Blinkered Western appeasers must face up to Turkey’s Sharia invasion force

Jan 31, 2018 by

by Dr Campbell Campbell-Jack, TCW: Whatever else you think of Turkish strongman President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and he is a nasty piece of work, you have to admit that he knows what he wants and is determined to get it. Under his rule Turkey has changed from a secular nation to an Islamist...

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ECHR Hears Sharia Law Case

Dec 12, 2017 by

from Christian Concern: Tim Dieppe attended a hearing of The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights this week in which a case concerning the application of sharia law was discussed. The case concerns an inheritance dispute and whether it should be resolved according to a civil will,...

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