Skip to comments.The Case for Segregated Islamic Prisons
Posted on 04/07/2017 7:37:58 AM PDT by davikkm
In almost every country where there is a radical Islamist influence, we see groups of dangerous people engaged in efforts to radicalize the young and/or misguided. And there is no place more likely for this to happen than in the prison system.
As far back as 2010, before many people even realized there was a problem, Sharia law was being imposed on prison populations by Muslim gangs. A BBC report told of forced conversions under threat of death, and young prisoners being forbidden to even look at prison guards, let alone ask for help.
Since then, the situation has gotten much, much worse. The Muslim prison population in Britain is now one in seven (despite being one in 20 of the UK population), and in high security jails is one in five. And they really hot-beds of radicalization.
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Let me suggest personal underground accommodations...about six feet of cover should suffice.
This is going on in AMERICA’S prisons as well.
Breaststroke lessons over the North Atlantic from 30,000 feet.
Something about Islam attracts the most thuggish, reactionary and violent men to itself.
Jihadis have a gangster mentality. Islam is spread widely in prisons. If you look on the streets of London, Brussels or Toronto, Muslim young men always travel in packs of 3 or more, looking for trouble.
Air drop them all to Sany Island, New Caldonia.
1)lose their citizenship
2) face immediate deportation Permanent cease to all dawa in our nation's prisons, PERIOD. Personally, I would completely outlaw Islam.
Everybody knows that m*slims use prisons to recruit. If you’re a m*slim, you get special privileges - food, time out to “pray”, the protection of your group, plus the m*zzies would rather rape non-m*slims than their own kind.
If MS13 operatives are separated from the general population, the Muzzie Gang should be, too.
Let’s call it death row. Allah would be pleased.
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