Leading to more than average radicalization , terrorism , death , destruction ? Will the UK now enforce stricter immigration policy ? Assimilation Policy ? Their intel services are better than most of the worlds and thankfully so ,aren't we all watching as Islam destroys it's own future?
by Ralph Schwartz 18 months ago
Yesterday a terrorist committed an unspeakable act of terror against women and young girls by detonating himself via suicide vest at a Manchester concert. The wounded figures are still climbing as is the death toll, but it's over 100 in total. Yet no women's organization has said a...
by ahorseback 18 months ago
By allowing Sharia courts to develop alongside their own ?By electing the London mayor who doesn't , didn't promote islamic assimilation ?By electing a Prime Minister who lead their homeland security for six years and failed to recognize or limit radicalized...
by paarsurrey 3 years ago
Hi friendsIslam spread very peacefully in Europe as can be seen from the following account of the Wikipedia:A major development in the history of Muslim Spain was the dynastic change in 750 in the Arab Caliphate, when an Ummayad Prince escaped the slaughter of his family in Damascus, fled to...
by Sab Oh 8 years ago
Given all of the very justified concern lately about the dangers and related ills of illegal immigration, I thought we should take a moment to recognize the many benefits and historic importance of legal immigration and successful assimilation. I believe it is and has always been an essential...
by suiteorchids 9 years ago
What do you think?
by thaivalentine 7 years ago
I used to live in France, a country that is a bastion of liberal politics. While leaving there, I learned that the government prohibits the percentage of foreign language programming on any TV or radio network. In addition there is something called the Toubon Law, which states that all...
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