Reader comment on: European 'No-Go' Zones: Fact or Fiction? Part 2: Britain
Submitted by John MacArthur, Feb 3, 2015 08:42
Michael Nazir-Ali's remarks are from one who is uniquely qualified; Nick Clegg is not, having little or no real understanding of the extent of the problem. He wrote in June 2014: "Being Muslim does not contradict being British, nor is it in tension with it. A person can uphold their religious and cultural identity as well as British identity."
How we would love this to be true, but wishful thinking will not halt the exponential rise in Islamic populations whose adherence to Shari'a supersedes the rule of common law and the consequent ghettoization of British cities. Whether we like to admit it or not, multiculturalism as originally envisaged is a failure and the sooner we can come up with a realistic social alternative, the better.
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