Saturday, February 02, 2008

Islamic extremism continues to win hearts and minds

Via the Telegraph:
The Bishop of Rochester has been forced to take added security measures after he received death threats for suggesting that parts of Britain had become "no-go" areas for non-Muslims.
Threatening phone calls were made to the Rt Rev Michael Nazir-Ali after he wrote that non-Muslims faced physical attack if they entered some Muslim-dominated enclaves.
He has taken police advice on his security after he and his family received death threats but is said to be "continuing as normal".
Bishop Nazir-Ali said in a statement on his website last night that he did not intend to offend Muslims, but to demonstrate that the policy of multi-culturalism had not worked.
The irony...

1 comment:

Seraphic Single said...

And foreigners are marching in Cologne because one of their number was killed while mugging a native German. The German guy panicked and stabbed the mugger in self-defense. The marchers seem to think they have the right to mug Germans in Germany with impunity.

I remember feeling quite nervous in Cologne, actually. I was surprised at how many men in non-Western dress were strolling around, and I haven't forgotten the way a trio of them looked at me and sniggered among themselves.

Two days after I left Cologne by train, unexploded (because badly constructed) bombs were found on trains from Cologne. They were left there by foreign students, Islamic radicals.

Europe, you have a problem.