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Battlefield London: Sharia Law

at 13:01 - 23rd, September 2011
The world is becoming a scary place...



If this was the states, and the grop trying to do this was in the midwest, wouldn't this be called a cult. Maybe a more appropriate comparison would be to compare them to the people who lived in Waco and the US government attacked.


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andrew andrew
News comment 1 | User comment 1309 | 16:57 - 23rd, Sep 2011


come on brits, send in the red coats!

Alex Alex
News comment 2 | User comment 4895 | 0:10 - 24th, Sep 2011


too funny andy

Curt Curt
News comment 3 | User comment 281 | 11:11 - 27th, Sep 2011


Last I checked, England wasn't a hard-liner Muslim theocracy. If you want to change laws, you do it like everyone else: get elected and get popular support for your proposed changes. Oh, that won't get Sharia law into England, you say? There might be a reason for that.

Stuff like this infuriates me for many reasons. It's a stark reminder that we'd be better off without Religion (or at the very least an emphasis on religion being personal and not universal). Secondly, extremists like this just give a bad name to moderate people. I've met good, decent Muslims, but I've met many more people that fear and hate all Muslims because they see shit like this. Conversely, I've met extremist Christians as well, just as I've met moderate Christians. Lastly, this is a perfect example of WHY we have a separation of church and state. We don't legislate based on any religions and we shouldn't start. In Canada, our Conservative party over the past while has been taking a more Neo Conservative Christian slant, and this is just as dangerous in the long-term as any other religious-based legislation, and we have to be wary of that.

Alex Alex
News comment 4 | User comment 4895 | 11:24 - 27th, Sep 2011


absolutely, like the Bush era in the states that they're still recovering from. When Harper got his majority I got really scared for Canada. A lot of his views are pretty shifty at best and scary at worst.

In St. Kitts it's a little different. People here are incredibly religious to the point that almost every local goes to church on Sunday but they don't bring it into government more than saying a prayer before school begins.

I heard there was a movement in the states for atheists to become more active in their community. They make up a larger portion of the population than blacks and Hispanics yet have no equal rights.

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