SHARIA STORM GROWS
ABOVE: Criticised Dr Rowan Williams
25th February 2008
MUSLIM radicals have demanded Sharia law across Britain “without compromise”.
Extreme Islamics said the hardline system – where people are punished by stoning and beheading – is the future.
Speaking at a meeting in Birmingham, Abu Ibraheem said: “Let us make this absolutely clear. Islam is not subject to dilution, compromise or relegation.
“The behaviour of some Muslims is failing miserably to meet these commands.”
About 50 activists held the meeting in the same town where terrorist Parviz Khan, 36, plotted to behead a British soldier.
Ten thousand leaflets were distributed to attract moderate Muslims.
They criticised comments by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, 58, who suggested parts of Sharia law may be good for the UK.
Abu Abdullah, who spoke at the meeting, added: “The purpose of this was not to discourage Muslims from following English laws.
“It is to educate people about Sharia and its meanings