9-11 Do More Than Never Forget- Stop Islam's Assault

9-11 Do More Than Never Forget- Stop Islam's Assault
News about Islamic violence world-wide and the Islamic threat , driven by the Quran and its followers. Politics and the issues of our Allies Globally - will greatly effect whether we will be able to stop the spread of Islam and the violence that is backbone of this sick ideology. Islam is United Globally and so must all people who value Freedom be United to Stop Islam!

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

VIDEO PLUS Look inside UK Sharia Courts

Does the UK have a Muslim PM? What is going on? It's the left and flooding in Islamics - the US and the UK have the same amount of muslims BUT look at the size of the UK.....this is a warning for all!
'He hits me,” she maintained. Should she leave her home? Should she go to the police?'

The police, that is the very last resort,” said Dr Hasan. Instead, apparently, she should ask her husband: “Is it because of my cooking? Is it because I see my friends? So I can correct myself.”
The video is below in case it was removed by you tube here is a direct link http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-22044724

Inside Britain’s Sharia Courts, BBC One, review

Chris Harvey reviews Panorama's report into sharia courts in the UK.

The clash between our country’s values and those of Islam was highlighted in a disturbing edition of Panorama – Inside Britain’s Sharia Courts (BBC One). Reporter Jane Corbin investigated the plight of women who have gone to Islamic religious councils to seek a sharia divorce, and focused on cases which have involved domestic abuse. She found evidence of women being asked to return to violent marriages, or give up their children to abusive partners.
Muslims believe the sharia law has been revealed by God. In many cases, even if a civil divorce has been granted, individuals will also ask to be divorced by a sharia council. There are at least 85 of these in the UK, Corbin reported, which are ruling on matters from residents’ disputes to divorces, even, according to barrister Charlotte Proudman, on child contact matters. “They’re totally unregulated, unauthorised, there’s no accountability, and many of them are not operating in accordance with UK law,” Proudman said.
Baroness Cox, a cross-bench member of the House of Lords, who has introduced a private members bill to ensure sharia councils operate within the law, said that the councils are acting as a “parallel legal system” and questioned the resolve of government to tackle the problem.
And a problem it clearly is, as Corbin showed. An undercover reporter was sent to a sharia council in Leyton, east London to ask for advice on how to deal with a violent marriage, and the encounter secretly filmed. I’m always slightly uncomfortable with the deception involved in some of these scenarios, but the results were troubling.
“He actually beats you?” the woman was asked by Dr Suhaib Hasan. “Severely, or just…” He left that hanging in the air.
“He hits me,” she maintained. Should she leave her home? Should she go to the police?
“The police, that is the very last resort,” said Dr Hasan. Instead, apparently, she should ask her husband: “Is it because of my cooking? Is it because I see my friends? So I can correct myself.”
He sent the reporter to his wife for counselling. She took a similar line. When her husband arrives home, the reporter was asked, “the food is ready? The house is clean? And you are ready as well?”
By ready, she meant with hair done and make-up on. Of course, different cultural norms are allowed to coexist within our society, even when our values – such as equal rights for women – may have taken many years of struggle to obtain. This report revealed Islam as a culture with a deeply held belief in the primacy of the family, but a willingness to put women’s safety at risk in defence of it. The programme was unequivocal on its central point, though, that our legal system is designed to protect its subjects equally. There has to be one law for all, which is UK law not sharia.
Look at this UK BBC HEADLINE

Is rapid rise in UK Sharia law cases a cause for concern?