Last week the unpopular ConDem coalition thought they had a vote-winner up its just in time to influence the May elections. They were going to appear robust and decisive on Islam by finally taking action on Abu Qatada.
Can you remember the jihadist terror campaign that ravaged Sweden’s third largest city, Malmo? Do you recall the bombings, the suicide-hijackings, and the random assassinations and beheadings on the internet that finally pressurised the city to surrender to Islamisation?
No? That’s right, because it never happened. Yet there is no doubt that Malmo has surrendered. Large enclaves of the city, like similar enclaves throughout Western Europe, have earned the alarming label “no-go zone.” They are unsafe for non-Muslims, particularly women who do not conform to Islamist conventions of dress and social interaction. They are especially dangerous for police, firefighters, and emergency-medical staff.
Plans for a Waitrose superstore in Stirling are being threatened by nearby Muslims who object to the premises selling alcohol ‘in the shadow of’ their Islamic Centre.
The Islamic Centre is now threatening potential legal action and judicial review over the panel’s decision. The chairman of the Central Scotland Islamic Centre stated that alcohol sales in such close proximity to a mosque is "an insult to the Islamic faith".
Residents in South Shore, Blackpool, have been celebrating a ‘victory for democracy’ after plans for a controversial mosque were refused, following widespread local opposition.
Nick Griffin MEP reports the latest Euro news from the belly of the beast for the World at 8. The pro-union MEPs in Parliament are looking more and more like frightened rabbits caught in the headlights of the juggernaut of reality. What does it mean for us in Britain? Well, thanks to successive Tory and Labour governments tying us more and more closely to the EU, Britain is going to get dragged down a long way in the undertow as the euro zone either shrinks or breaks up altogether.
Nick Griffin is urging people to make their voice heard by signing the e-petition to the Government calling for a ban on sharia law in the United Kingdom. 100,000 signatures are needed before the expiry date of 4th February 2012 to ensure the petition is eligible for debate in the House of Commons.
Clashes have again erupted in the Egyptian capital as security forces continue their efforts to clear Cairo's Tahrir Square of protesters. The health ministry confirmed the death toll from violence on Sunday and into Monday had risen from 11 to 20.
Tonight on The World at 8 with Lynne Mozar – A quarter of those charged with involvement in the race riots that swept English cities this summer had more than ten prior convictions – and three in four had at least one conviction, according to Ministry of Justice figures.