Talk cancelled due to Islamist threats; Fight against Sharia continues

Message from Spokesperson Anne Marie Waters

On 17 January 2011, I was due to give a talk on sharia at the University of London on behalf of One Law for All. The talk was on ‘Sharia and Human Rights’. If I had been able to go ahead with my talk, I would have said that sharia law tramples on the rights of women and denies them the right to divorce, child custody or even personal safety by allowing domestic violence as a ‘right’ of husbands. I would also have said how sharia poses a threat to children – it gives custody of children to men from a preset age regardless of the circumstances, and regardless of the behaviour of their father. I would have shown how sharia allows men to rape their wives and how all of these abuses are acknowledged by the sharia tribunals and councils operating in this country with the craven capitulation of our Government.

I would have described sharia’s criminal code – enforced in Saudi Arabia, Iran, Pakistan and other places – where women are imprisoned for being raped, homosexuals are hanged in public squares, and small children are ‘married’ in to lives of sexual and domestic slavery. I would also have mentioned how sharia amputates the limbs of thieves and buries people to their chest while a group of big brave men throw stones at their head until they die.

I would also have said that sharia law imposes the death penalty on anyone who dares to criticise Islam – and as if to prove my case for me, in came a man with his camera. He filmed the audience and told them he would hunt them down if they insulted the prophet. He then left, threatening a few more people on his way out.

Our talk was cancelled (notes will be made available by the organisers Atheism, Secularism and Humanism Society at Queen Mary, University London in the next few days) and the police were called.

No doubt, the little coward thinks he has won. However, rest assured that plans are already being made for another talk – only this time with a much larger audience. Thanks to this publicity, our message will reach greater numbers and our campaign will grow and gain in momentum. When people hear the truth about sharia law, we have no doubt they will give us their support.

So whoever you are, thank you for your help in promoting our campaign!

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  1. mike January 19, 2012 at 10:42 am

    Re: So whoever you are, thank you for your help in promoting our campaign!

    Here they are and the person to thank is Abu_Maryam

  2. Pedram Kazemi-Esfarjani January 19, 2012 at 3:24 pm

    Thank you mike to let us get a little more insight into the World of Islamic neo-Nazi Sturmtruppen and SA street thugs who organise killing og atehists, humanists and everyone else’s Freedom of Speech while their states, their priests and their left, centre and right collaborators constantly attack our basic liberal democratic rights and the right of women and the laws protecting children against their prophet Mohammad’s tradition of mollesting children and call it marriage, just take a look at Iranian state laws allowing same abuse of girls age 9 in 21st Century, this is Islamic Sharia law, that we have to resist invading our nations more than it already has, no doubt and no way back, we shall never surrender to Islamic Imperialism, and its agents and thugs here!

    • Paul January 21, 2012 at 8:22 pm

      I support the cause 100%, the problem is who knows about this movement, where is the publicity? what national press or TV media is sympathetic to our cause? I would like to be kept informed about the fight against Sharia,now I KNOW about you I will look into your movement more, You are very very brave and I applaud you guys.

      Kind Regards


  3. Ron Murphy January 24, 2012 at 12:49 am

    According to this post the crazy Muslims are actually helping to make the case and to lead to the collapse of Islam:

  4. Mike Maybury February 8, 2012 at 9:56 am

    The stand against Sharia Law must continue, mainly because parts are barbaric, and all of it appears to be rigid. The change must surely come largely from Muslims themselves with support from others.
    We should also be mindful that our own laws in the UK, based on religious Christian ideas, are not always based on humane ideas. It was not long ago that homosexual practice was illegal here, and black people in the USA were second class citizens. We need to bring all those laws into the 21st. century, too.

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