The Brits are known for their romantic fantasies about the desert, arabs and Islam for a long time. Nevertheless, the events of the past few decades, especially after the Rushdi fatwa, has given a new twist on the British-Islamic relations. The newest episode in this tale of dhimmitude and gradual Islamization is the case of Geert Wilders, the Dutch filmmaker who was banned from entering the United Kingdom merely because of a film he had made about Islam. Certain muslim figureheads in Pakistan and elsewhere, including in Britain, had deemed the film, called Fitna, anti-Islamic, although it contains nothing but verses from the Koran itself and actual footage of interviews and historical events. It now seems that not only is Britain gradually becoming a muslim country due to its growing number of muslim residents, but that she is seriously coveting to become the new second motherland of the islamic ummah. At least, that is what the mode of operation and the policies of its government have been revealing as an ever growing trend.
So perhaps it's almost time to welcome her into Islam officially... and the rest of Western Europe seems to be not far behind.
Couldn't have said it better myself:
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