Britain to investigate Islamic laws

The British home secretary has announced that they will not allow Islamic law to be applied to solve the problems of Muslims in Britain

Britain will introduce measures to counter Islamic extremism, including an investigation into Sharia courts and a crackdown on incendiary preachers, if Prime Minister David Cameron’s Conservatives win May’s election, Home Secretary Theresa May said on Monday.

May said Britain would no longer tolerate those who rejected the country’s values of democracy, free speech, equality and the rule of law, adding that Islamist extremism presented the most serious and widespread problem.

“To those who choose consciously to reject our values and the basic principles of our society, the message is … clear: the game is up,” she said in a speech in London. “We will no longer tolerate your behaviour.”

Full article: Britain to investigate Islamic laws (World Bulletin)

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