By Nick Prince-South East RO
The Bexhill Youth and Community Centre, in Station Road, Bexhill on Sea, in East Sussex, is, according to various Muslim sites being used five times a day as a mosque.
Woman are banned from prayer, but a small separate room, in an almost apartheid regime between the sexes, is available for woman, but they are not permitted to pray alongside their husbands.
he exact wording from the Bexhill Islamic Association is below.
The five times daily salaah in congregation in the masjid is enjoined on men, not on women. Women's salaah is expected to be discreet and private and therefore performed at home.
In the last General Election, the Bexhill and Battle Constituency provided the British National Party with its second highest vote in the South East Region.
The sleepy retirement town is not without political controversy, so this move should not be a surprise, its MP, Gregory Barker (Conservative) left his wife and young children for a male Interior decorator he happened to meet by chance in his kitchen.
The British National Party fight elections in Bexhill on traditional family values as a result of this despicable creature that they have as an MP.
The policy was Mr Barker gets elected at one election as a decent family man with a young family and goes back to the electorate for re-election as a screaming homosexual - (A different type of family).
Neither Mr Barker nor the Bexhill Mosque have heard the last of the British National Party - While we will not be fighting for equal rights for the woman of the mosque, we will be fighting against the mere existence of a youth centre masquerading as a mosque and let everyone know about the ban on woman.