Monday, August 28, 2006

UK - "Close extremist schools - Kelly "

Sounds great but I doubt the government will do this.

Islamic schools that promote "isolationism" and extremism should be closed, Communities Secretary Ruth Kelly has said.

The reason I doubt it will ever happen is Blair has yet to follow through on his promise to deport radical Imam's in the wake of 7/7. It has been over one year and to date not one has been deported.

Here's another promise that's already been broken.

She added the government was opposed to any form of law contrary to British civil law, such as Sharia law.

Someone forgot to tell Gordon Brown.

Gordon Brown, the chancellor, has already made one significant concession to adapt to the dictates of sharia. In the 2003 Finance Act he spared Muslims from paying stamp duty twice on their properties when they took out “Islamic mortgages” that complied with the sharia ban on paying interest.

Don't believe all this hype until you see some concrete action. Like rolling back all this Muslim appeasement.

via an email from Paul


Here's a good example of Blair's failed promise to arrest those glorifying terrorism.

How many more people have to be murdered by Muslims for the government to act instead of talk?


And why hasn't George Galloway been arrested?

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