As England Continues Down the Dhimmi Path

Only 10 sharia courts there?  One would have assumed there were more:

Ten currently operate across the country, with around 95 per cent of their cases relating to matrimonial issues.

Although the hearings have no basis in British law, they are attended voluntarily by Muslim couples to settle disputes without referral to the recognised authorities.

In some cases they can order wives to be more attentive to their husbands’ needs, or deal with releasing spouses from bad or forced marriages.

The first Muslim court was established in Birmingham in 1982 and others have followed in London and the Yorkshire towns of Rotherham and Dewsbury.

Although most of those who attend are from the Indian sub-continent, Sharia courts are also popular among those from Arab and Somalian backgrounds.

So will the openeing ceremonies in London required burkhas for women?  One simply speculates based on trends.

Eurabia Coming To Britain – Archbishop of Canterbury

Here’s the surrender of Europe to the caliphate in microcosm. What’s your guess as to how long it will be before Westminster Cathedral becomes a mosque?
clipped from news.bbc.co.uk
The Archbishop of Canterbury says the adoption of certain aspects of Sharia law in the UK “seems unavoidable”.

Dr Rowan Williams
Dr Williams argues that adopting parts of Islamic Sharia law would help maintain social cohesion.
For example, Muslims could choose to have marital disputes or financial matters dealt with in a Sharia court.
He says Muslims should not have to choose between “the stark alternatives of cultural loyalty or state loyalty”.
But Dr Williams said an approach to law which simply said “there’s one law for everybody and that’s all there is to be said, and anything else that commands your loyalty or allegiance is completely irrelevant in the processes of the courts – I think that’s a bit of a danger”.
“There’s a place for finding what would be a constructive accommodation with some aspects of Muslim law, as we already do with some other aspects of religious law.”
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9th Circus – Screw America, We Want Whales

and the most overturned appeals court (I believe the circuit court mention in the clip is incorrect), will again be overruled by the Supremes. But it will again take time and money.It does prove their complete and utter contempt for anything other than their own power.
clipped from www.thedonovan.com
And our favorite 9th circuit court in San Francisco rules that the Navy is not exempt from the Environmental Act that prohibits the use of sonar in the area. Even after the president signed an executive order to exempt the Navy from the act. In other words, any enemy submarine like, you know, Iranian, North Korean, Chinese, Russian, etc, etc, etc could set in this 12 mile area (which is huge in terms of sea searches) waiting to bomb the crud out of the United States and the Navy is prohibited from using sonar to detect them in that space in order to protect the whales.
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One Shoe Off and One Shoe Gone

With a 750,000 pound ($1.5 million) house it seems that they might somehow be able to find some cash. But burning her underwear crosses the line.
clipped from www.telegraph.co.uk

A businessman took revenge on his wife for divorcing him by destroying one shoe of every pair she owned before suggesting that he had given them to Lady McCartney, a court heard yesterday.

Neil Medley, 46, is also accused of burning Jane Sanderson’s clothes and underwear in the garden.

When she returned, she found that at least �5,000-worth of her clothes and ballgowns that belonged to her sister had gone, as well as one shoe of every pair she owned. Later that evening, Mr Medley sent her a text message implying that he had given the footwear to the estranged wife of Sir Paul McCartney.

Leeds Crown Court heard how the couple, who were married for 13 years, separated in 2006 after Miss Sanderson discovered that they were in severe financial hardship, facing thousands of pounds of debts. At this time, they remained in their �750,000 home in Ilkley, West Yorks, with their children Holly, 12 and Scott, 10.

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