Victory for Infidels
Submitted by Valhalla (Australia), Dec 11, 2012 17:30
The rejection for the mega mosque is a smack in the face to Islam. Great news, as we know wherever mosques are built that it is another victory for Sharia and Islam. There is of course the usual tantrums and-threats because they didn't get their way.
These mosques are where people are indoctrinated with hatred and distrust of everything that is not of Islam by their imams and clerics. But of course they will appeal the decision. I hope the council remains firm in it's decision; if not, it will be the end of England. The day Sharia is allowed to co-exist with with the laws of any country is the beginning of the end for that country and culture.
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Other reader comments on this item
|How dare they threaten! [75 words]||Margaret Davenport||Dec 12, 2012 08:15|
|↔ We don't want you [74 words]||Jordan||Dec 16, 2012 12:08|
|Believe what you like but please do it at home [127 words]||John Morton||Dec 12, 2012 08:04|
|Great [12 words]||Emanuel||Dec 12, 2012 06:33|
|Plan to establish Sharia-controlled enclave in East London? [29 words]||Peter Saunders||Dec 12, 2012 02:06|
|Good for London [55 words]||Cary Greenberg||Dec 11, 2012 16:23|
|I don't get it [15 words]||Lauren||Dec 11, 2012 16:18|
|Mego-Mosque for Mega-Mosqueteers [12 words]||Docky Wocky||Dec 11, 2012 16:13|
|Good news! [21 words]||Khushi||Dec 11, 2012 11:27|
|No more mosques [55 words]||Rajesh||Dec 11, 2012 10:43|
|↔ ⇒ Victory for Infidels [120 words]||Valhalla||Dec 11, 2012 17:30|
|↔ Agree [67 words]||Plumbird||Dec 26, 2012 22:04|
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