In cae people doubt what I said in post (2), try reading this, by a reformed former Muslim extremist:
Here is a quote which pretty much sums up why I think Islam in Britain is a threat:
‘Formal Islamic theology, unlike Christian theology, does not allow for the separation of state and religion: they are considered to be one and the same.
For centuries, the reasoning of Islamic jurists has set down rules of interaction between Dar ul-Islam (the Land of Islam) and Dar ul-Kufr (the Land of Unbelief) to cover almost every matter of trade, peace and war.
But what radicals and extremists do is to take this two steps further. Their first step has been to argue that, since there is no pure Islamic state, the whole world must be Dar ul-Kufr (The Land of Unbelief).
Step two: since Islam must declare war on unbelief, they have declared war upon the whole world.
Along with many of my former peers, I was taught by Pakistani and British radical preachers that this reclassification of the globe as a Land of War (Dar ul-Harb) allows any Muslim to destroy the sanctity of the five rights that every human is granted under Islam: life, wealth, land, mind and belief.
In Dar ul-Harb, anything goes, including the treachery and cowardice of attacking civilians. ‘
People will say – ‘Oh, but these are just the attittudes of a few extremists’. But are they? How can we know? When large numbers of supposed ‘moderate’ Muslims seem to passively go along with these ideas, because they are described as ‘Islamic’, we are entitled to be suspicious.