UK Government Report Confirms Creation of MUSLIM ONLY Communities

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Some Muslims in Britain are so isolated in their own communities they believe the country is 75 per cent Islamic, according to a shock report.

Will mainstream media outlets and broadcast news networks continue to prohibit the term no-go zones and ban those of us who dare to use it?

The only thing to be grateful for is that at present, Mohammedans impose their own form of seclusion upon themselves. These strongholds will, however, become springboards for the continued Al-Hijrah of Britain.

Mass immigration is turning communities into GHETTOS, damning Government’s report reveals

WHOLE areas have become ghettos due to successive administrations being unable to deal with the issues of mass immigration, a government commissioned report has exposed.

By Jon Rogers, The Express, Dec 5, 2016

A year-long study ordered by the then Prime Minister David Cameron in 2015, and chaired by Dame Louise Casey, found the country was becoming more divided as it became more diverse.

The plight of women was particularly highlighted in the report which found females were often marginalised due to poor English language skills and being subjected to “coercive control, violence and criminal acts of abuse, often enacted in the name of cultural or religious values”.

The 198-page report also found communities were increasingly divided along religious and race lines, which was increasing the likelihood of extremism.

As some communities have become more segregated, the increased pace of immigration has added new pressures, leaving long-standing communities struggling to adjust

Dame Louise Casey

Some areas of the country were also struggling to cope with the pace of change due to immigration and the report found there were still large social and economic gaps between ethnic groups.The report slammed public institutions across the board that 

This failure, the report found, often then “played straight into the hands of the extremists”.

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Skyline of Birmingham showing the city’s mosque

Dame Louise said: “Social integration is about closing the gaps that exist between people and communities.”To help bind Britain together and tackle some of the division in our society we need more opportunities for those from disadvantaged communities, particularly women, and more mixing between people from different backgrounds.”We need more effort to be put into integration policies to help communities cope with the pace and scale of immigration and population change in recent years.”But we also need more of a spirit of unity, compassion and kindness that brings people together under our common British values of tolerance, democracy, equality and respect.”
Yeah, right, that’ll solve the problems inherent in Islam.

Dame Louise Casey

Dame Louise Casey, the author of the report

The report found some areas of Blackburn, Birmingham, Burnley and Bradford were as much as 85 per cent populated by Muslims.The Casey Review also indicated that over a 10-year period between 2001 and 2011 the number of Muslims in Britain rose by 72 percent, an increase of 1.2 million to 2.8 million.With the growth of these isolated groups that were not integrated the report found that this encouraged some unusual beliefs, including that some people thought the UK was an Islamic state and that the country was 75 per cent Muslim.Dame Louise added: “For generations we have welcomed immigrants to the UK but left them to find their own way in society, while leaving host communities to accommodate them.“As some communities have become more segregated, the increased pace of immigration has added new pressures, leaving long-standing communities struggling to adjust.“Too few leaders in public office have dealt with this key issue, perhaps hoping it might change or worrying about being labelled racist; or indeed fearing that they will lose the support of minority communities.“As a nation we have lost sight of our expectations on integration and lacked confidence in promoting it.”

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A woman wearing a burqa walking down a street in Birmingham

In what will be seen as a slap down to the then leader Cameron and his successor, Theresa May, who was Home Secretary at the time, the report stated: “We need leaders at all levels – in Government, in public sector and faith institutions, and in communities – to stand up and be more robust.”However, the previous Labour governments under Tony Blair and Gordon Brown also allowed plans “to be diluted and muddled”.Despite the attack the report has been welcomed by both Conservatives and Labour MPs.Communities Secretary Sajid Javid last night called Dame Louise’s work “a valuable contribution”.Mr Javid added: “Our country has long been home to lots of different cultures and communities, but all of us have to be part of one society – British society.”Labour MP Chuka Umunna, who chairs the All Party Parliamentary Group on Social Integration, said: “The fact people live parallel lives in modern Britain has been swept under the carpet for far too long.“A lack of integration deprives people of jobs and opportunities, increases isolation, ill health and anxiety. Above all, it is sapping our communities of trust.”

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