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Update 12th February 2020: We have finally received a reply from the Commission.

Update 7th February 2020: Message left on answer machine asking whether the Commission does intend to reply to this letter.


ECHR Ruling: 

"sharia law is incompatible with democracy and human rights"

ECHR Ruling on sharia law


Annual Report 2003 of the European Court of Human Rights

Council of Europe


A useful self-defence guide to those facing charges of Islamophobia.

First ask the accusers/investigators if they agree with this European Court of Human Rights judgment summary:



Sharia Watch: We have several issues with their response and will be replying to them in due course.

Dear Sharia Watch UK

Thank you for your letter dated 12 October 2019, and for taking the time to read our report and share your concerns. We stand by the inclusion of Anne Marie Waters’ words in our report.

Dear Sir/Madam,

As a follow-up to our letter (emailed to you – copy attached) of 2nd December on the London Bridge attack and your response, we would like to pose some further questions on positive actions we believe are required to address the issue of Islamic jihad attacks in the longer term. These are:

Is your party prepared to:


Last updated 19/01/2020.

Sara Khan is the lead commissioner at the Commission for Countering Extremism.


Dear Commissioner,

We read your recent speech given in Leeds (5th Nov 2019) with interest and we have published a brief response to it on our website. We are enclosing a copy in the attached PDF for your information.

The For Britain party have launched a campaign to outlaw halal/kosher slaughter in the UK.  Please help this campaign by writing to the government. A template letter is provided below or it can be downloaded as a PDF using the download link provided.


This is from a paper published by people at the University of Maiduguri (Borno State, Nigeria) giving an overview of the aim of the "Islamic Movement" which is political dominance. A copy of this paper can be downloaded from this article.

In January 2010 the assembly of the Council of Europe passed Resolution 1704 (2010) Final version which includes this provision:

18.5. allow the Muslim minority to choose freely its muftis as mere religious leaders (that is, without judicial powers), through election or appointment, and thus to abolish the application of Sharia law – which raises serious questions of compatibility with the European Convention on Human Rights – as recommended by the Commissioner for Human Rights;