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There Ought To Be A Law

Here’s some sobering news:  nearly four out of 10 of British Muslims aged 16 to 24 say they would prefer to live under Sharia law than under British law. That’s according to a survey commissioned for the independent think tank Policy Exchange. “The emergence of a strong Muslim identity in Britain is, in part, a result of multicultural policies implemented since the 1980s which have emphasized difference at the expense of shared national identity and divided people along ethnic, religious and cultural lines,” said the main author of the report.

Some 13 percent of the young British Muslims expressed admiration for “organizations like al Qaida.”

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