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Sharia Law UK

Sharia law UKSharia law in UK is now in penetration phase 4 (see Spread of Islam). Muslim imams in the UK now outnumber UK's Christian pastors, and converting empty church buildings into mosques has become a cottage industry.

In 2008, UK's government formally recognized the first Sharia Law court, and the Archbishop of Canterbury - the head of Church of England - conceded that adopting elements of the Sharia law into UK's court system was "unavoidable."

Since then, over 100 Sharia law courts have been established across the UK. Although they technically lie within the UK's Tribunal Court system, these Sharia courts have been issuing rulings that contradict Britain's common law.

In 2011, Britain's Muslims began demanding that Sharia replace British common law and become the only law in towns with large Muslim populations, including Birmingham, Bradford, Derby, Dewsbury, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, Luton, Manchester, Sheffield, Waltham Forest and Tower Hamlets, an East London Muslim enclave whose streets are already plastered with posters declaring, "You are entering a Sharia controlled zone: Islamic rules enforced" (below) and where Muslim imams now issue death threats to women who refuse to wear the Hijab (see Quran and Taharrush).

Muslim controlled zoneOne-third of Britain's high security prison inmates are Muslims.

To woo more upscale Muslims, most of London's financial institutions have become Sharia-compliant, which requires donating a portion of their profits to Muslim organizations designated by their Sharia-compliance advisors (see Halal). When he was Prime Minister, Gordon Brown loftily declared that he wanted London to become the Islamic finance capital of the world.

His successor, David Cameron more soberly opined in 2011 that “multiculturalism has been a failure” and has promoted Islamic extremism across Europe. He admitted that the West has been “cautious, frankly even fearful” of standing up to it, and concluded:

“We have even tolerated these segregated communities behaving in ways that run completely counter to our values. This hands-off tolerance has only served to reinforce the sense that not enough is shared... What we see - and what we see in so many European countries - is a process of radicalization.”

Two years later in 2013, however, David Cameron bowed to pressure from the banking sector and announced that Britain will become the first non-Muslim nation to issue Sharia-compliant Islamic bonds, proudly declaring at the World Economic Islamic Forum:

"I don't just want London to be a great capital of Islamic finance in the Western world, I want London to stand alongside Dubai as one of the great capitals of Islamic finance anywhere in the world."

And bowing to pressure from groups linked with the Muslim Brotherhood, the British government started requiring all British school children to complete a unit on the history of Islam, the "Religion of Peace" in 2014, the same year that 1,400 young, white, mostly 12 to 14 year-old-girls were discovered to have been (gang) raped by Muslim men in just one English town (Rotherham - see Islamophobia, Hijab and Taharrush).

In 2016, London, where 40% of Britain's Muslims live, elected a Muslim as mayor, and National Union of Students (NUS), which represents Britain's university students, elected as president a Muslim who refused to condemn ISIS (see Taqiyya).

In 2017, the number of Islamic terrorist attacks in Britain is rising (see how to Stop Islam).

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