Bishop: Extremism Creating ‘No-Go’ Areas for Non-Muslims in Britain

There is nothing about Islam that is “moderate”. If there are any of these so-called “moderate” Muslims out there, they are cowled and living in fear of retributions from the so-called “radical” (which I call “main-stream”) Muslims. The “moderates” cannot express themselves for fear of being killed by the “radicals”.
As the U.K. continues down the road of becoming an Islamic dictatorship, a a Pakistani-born Church of England bishop is pointing out that their are places in the U.K. where the dhimmi (all of us who are Muslims) are not welcome. Not only are we not welcome, we may be taking our lives into our hands by attempting to enter this areas.
As I’ve asked many times before, is the world ever going to wake up to the danger Islam is to all of us?

LONDON — Islamic extremism in Britain has created communities that are “no-go areas” for non-Muslims, a Pakistani-born Church of England bishop said in The Sunday Telegraph.

Michael Nazir-Ali, the bishop of Rochester, told the newspaper that Britain’s policies of multiculturalism have created separate Muslim communities that fail to integrate into mainstream society.

“There has been a worldwide resurgence of the ideology of Islamic extremism. One of the results of this has been to further alienate the young from the nation in which they were growing up and also to turn already separate communities into `no-go’ areas where adherence to this ideology has become a mark of acceptability,” said Nazir-Ali.

“Those of a different faith or race may find it difficult to live or work there because of hostility to them,” he said.

A British Muslim leader criticized Nazir-Ali’s comments.

“It’s irresponsible for a man of his position to make these comments,” Imam Ibrahim Mogra of the Muslim Council of Britain said in comments published by The Sunday Telegraph. “He should accept that Britain is a multicultural society in which we are free to follow our religion at the same time as being extremely proud to be British. We wouldn’t allow ‘no-go’ areas to happen.

Nazir-Ali did not identify any such “no-go areas” in Britain, a predominantly Christian country with a Muslim population of about 1.6 million, many of whom live in northern England.

The majority of Britons are members of the Anglican Church of England, the country’s officially established Christian church.

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One Response to “Bishop: Extremism Creating ‘No-Go’ Areas for Non-Muslims in Britain”

  1. Most of the Western Muslim establishment is comprised of Islamist groups claiming to be moderates. True moderate Muslims reject Islamic supremacy and Sharia; embrace religious equality and democracy.

    What is a moderate Muslim? According to a dictionary, a moderate is a person who is opposed to radical or extreme views or measures, especially in politics or religion. Yet, majority of the public seem to be struggling with the definition of a moderate Muslim. Perhaps we can make this task easier by defining a radical Muslim and then defining the moderate as an opposite of the radical.

    Muslims Against Sharia compiled a list of issues that differentiate moderate Muslims from Islamic radicals. Hopefully you can help us grow this list. 2008/01/what-is-moderate-muslim.html

    Poll: Who is a moderate Muslim? 2008/01/poll-who-is-moderate-muslim.html

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