It's good to see there's some people in the House of Commons
with sense to recognize the dangers of Muslim judicial systems:
An MP has praised a cross-bench Peer’s attempts to curb the growth of quasi-legal systems in the UK, which discriminate against women.
Tory MP Kris Hopkins said Baroness Caroline Cox is doing “exceptional” work in the House of Lords, through her Arbitration and Mediation Services (Equality) Bill.
There are an estimated 85 Sharia courts operating in the UK, and many are believed to discriminate against women and back polygamy. [...]
He said: “Baroness Cox’s exceptional work in the House of Lords seeks to ensure that sharia tribunals and councils operate within the law and should not form a concurrent legal system in the UK.”
But do I detect a flaw here? Sharia courts won't operate within the law, because Islam is a bad religion to begin with.
Labels: islam, londonistan, misogyny