Meet The Baroness Who’s WAGING WAR with Sharia Law

May 14, 2019 by

by Joy Beecher, Politicalite:

BARONESS Cox, a cross-bench member of the British House of Lords and founder and CEO of Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust, has bravely campaigned against the backward, oppressive Sharia legal system for decades.

The former Deputy Speaker for the House of Lords, who came under fire in 2010 for inviting Geert Wilders to the UK, is crystal-clear on her stance against the medieval sexism encompassing Islam and Sharia:”Several tenets of Sharia Law, as interpreted by many Sharia Councils and courts in the UK, are inherently discriminatory against women” she said.

“The asymmetrical access to divorce (the man merely by saying ‘I divorce you’ 3 times; the woman with no reciprocal right –or legal rights if the Islamic marriage was not accompanied by a legally registered marriage); polygamy whereby women may be married into polygamous marriages without their knowledge or consent – in a country where bigamy is illegal; the sanctioning of domestic violence under the righto ‘chastisement’; massive pressures on women not to seek help outside their community in case it would bring ’shame’ on the family or community.”

“We have to use our freedoms to speak out on behalf of those denied their freedoms and suffering from the effects of Islamic radicalisation and related policies” she continued, going on to confirm her concerns over recent censorship.

When asked if she believed that politicians were too scared to campaign against extremism and Sharia Law for fear of being wrongly labelled ‘racist’ or ‘Islamophobic’, and for her thoughts on the potential threat to democracy caused by demographics and the rise of the far-left, Baroness Cox said:

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