Maajid Nawaz is calling for a national inquiry, similar to the one into Stephen Lawrence's murder, into grooming gangs in the United Kingdom. Maajid Nawaz recalled Stephen Lawrence's murder and the Macpherson Inquiry that followed. He noted that the Macpherson report "coined the phrase 'institutional racism', and shifted the debate in this country around race permanently and forever."
Will the Western feminists who don hijabs on World Hijab Day in solidarity with Muslim women who are supposedly oppressed in the West for wearing the hijab speak up for the right of Shohreh Bayat not to wear it?
Shari’a (or ‘Islamic Law’) seems to be constantly in the news at the moment. Financial institutions are falling over themselves to offer ‘Shari’a Compliant’ banking, shari’a tribunals operate openly many western jurisdictions and there are persistent calls from Muslim groups for elements of shari’a to be recognised in non-Muslim societies.
It is, in light of this, not at all far-fetched to suggest that attempts to impose shari’a represents one of the ultimate frontlines when it comes to Islamic encroachment in the free world. We should, therefore, urgently come to terms with the basics of shari’a and take efforts to stop its inexorable march. It is for this reason that I’ve decided to do a little series of articles on shari’a. Please read these articles carefully and pass it own to anyone who may perhaps benefit from this information.
There is a tendency, to censor certain viewpoints because they might "offend" others. The problem is, it is not the inoffensive things that need protecting; it is only the offensive things that do.... Freedom of speech exists precisely to protect the minority from the tyranny of the majority.
"[T]he freedom of Speech may be taken away, and, dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep, to the Slaughter." — US President George Washington, 1783.
How come it is all right to publish the original source, prescribing murder, but that it is "hate speech" to point out that quote?
"Sometimes, when one points out these rules, people will respond: 'Well, the Bible says such-and-such.' The point is not that these things are written in Islamic scripture, but that people still live by them." — Bruce Bawer, February 8, 2018.
Restrictions against "hate speech" often do not really ban hate speech; instead they may actually be protecting certain forms of hate speech against legitimate inquiry.
It should have been expected that the behavior seen in Islamic countries would come to Western countries with open-door immigration policies.
Protège ton église (Protect Your Church), a group that aims to protect churches and holy sites in France, wrote: “This desecration is reminiscent of the place of Islamism in the acts of Christianophobes and the danger that this phenomenon represents for our churches and Christians around the world. France remembers Father Hamel murdered with this cry.”
“The attacks in Diiso, Saretho and Kamuthe were all preceded by credible information and intelligence from the public but the county security teams did not act as required.” Why not? Either cowardice, which is pandemic these days, or sympathy for the jihadis.
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