What about the handful of Londoners who don’t want sharia law?

Assuming there still is a handful of British people living in London who don’t want sharia law, how do they feel about executing blasphemers, stoning indiscreet women to death and chopping off the hands of thieves?  Back to the dark ages we go…

Note the anger in these faces, they are well worked up about something.

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, says they are angry about Ïslamaphobists stirring up hatred against London’s huge Muslim community. Quote.

”[Khan] thinks he has a right to ban the entry of Islamophobic people into Britain. Sharia blasphemy law is being implemented in the UK. “ End of quote.

Would it be better if we just put our heads down and shut up, hoping the dissent will all go away? Actually no, the stealthy slide of Islamic laws into western countries is on a roll that must be stopped. Quote.

“The Parliament in Canada passed “Motion M-103” to condemn the so-called “Islamophobia (Fear of Islam)” in a preparation for a blasphemy law in Canada.

According to the sharia blasphemy law anyone who criticizes Islam or the Prophet Muhammad should be killed.

Under Sharia blasphemy law in Saudi Arabia and Iran Muslims are executed if they are accused of blasphemy.

In Pakistan, the situation is even worse, radical Muslims use the blasphemy law to persecute the Christian minority.” End of quote.

In the west, you only have to look at where the violence is coming from in any disturbance around Islam and it’s not from anti-Islamists, it’s from the Muslims themselves.

Khan also said Trump is not welcome in the United Kingdom because he does not respect Islam.

No surprises there, I surmise Trump is not welcome in very many places outside his own country, and even there you know Hollywood isn’t going to be rolling out the welcome mat for him anytime soon.

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