More examples of Sharia Law in Britain
How will the court rule in the case of “EM,” a divorced woman, and her eight-year-old son — both of whom may be deported to Lebanon. The case comes before the House of Lords today and tomorrow, with a decision in a few weeks.
“How can the same government which champions equal treatment under British law now deport mother and child to face certain separation under Sharia?” states Alex Gask, of civil-rights organization Liberty.
And then we have the story of the Muslim convert to Christianity who has been harrassed by her own family and husband. She has had to end any communication with her first son, because the father told him he was going to hire an assassin to kill her and asked the little boy about the distribution of the room and the alarm. The neighbours and family have spat on HER and her mother thinks she is mad.
But they are not stopping there: they are applying it also in criminal procedures and a Hibz ut-Tahrir imam is already asking for Sharia to be applied in all procedures.
If you want to see what happens in reality, just look at this video about Sharia Law in Nigeria.