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Britain's Encounter with Islamic Law

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in response to reader comment: first the british and then us.

Submitted by john coughlan (United Kingdom), Mar 4, 2008 at 07:56

Hello Mr.Vishvas.

Of course there is a lot of truth in what you're saying, but ultimately its the peoples choice as a whole. For example under the Nazis in the second world war, I'm sure some Germans disagreed with the concentration camps etc. But the fact remains that the majority wanted it!otherwise it would not could not have happened. If the British people as so weak as to let Islam take over, then so be it.

Islam cannot take over unless people want it to. Frankly can you see the Brits doing away with their beer and bacon Butties? or sausages? of course not, I'm not joking here I'm serious!.If the people were unhappy there would be a Civil war just like the French revolution or the English civil war under Charles I. Its the majority that decide Mr.Vishvas and even though we may disagree that remains a fact.

So If the British majority decide to let Islamist's build Mosques on every corner, claim benefits for 4 wives, slaughter goats and chickens in the street without doing nothing, then thats what they have to live with, because thats what they are going to get.
John Coughlan(UK)

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