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Too late for UK

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Submitted by S A Kapadia (India), Dec 19, 2006 at 09:02

I agree it is a thoughtful and sensible analysis of the situation in UK vis-a-vis muslims and non-muslims but I also feel it is too late for UK to backtrack now.

No debate or discussion will have any great impact because UK now has too many muslims willing to make trouble if their demands are not met. Many of them have just a single identity - that of being a muslim.

Maybe if action had been taken in the 1980s some change and integration was possible.
But at that time UK was completely taken up with multiculturalism and now it is too late to go back.

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