MUSLIM SEGREGATION IN BRITAIN: THE NEW FACE OF ENGLAND WHERE MUSLIM COMMUNITIES SHOW NO ASSIMILATION BUT CONTENT WITH SEGREGATION…ANOTHER MULTI-CULTURALISM FLOP?

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NEIL TWEEDIE visits a Blackburn dominated by hilltop mosques and division

  • increasing isolation of some communities can lead to the encouragement of religious and cultural practices that are not only contrary to British values but sometimes British Law.
  • ‘Sometimes, you get a look that says ‘Why are you here?’ They don’t get white people who want to live here.‘The younger generation are more intolerant than the older people.’
  • Public institutions have ‘swept problems under the carpet’ rather than confronting them – scuppering opportunities to tackle terror sympathisers, hate preachers, criminal gangs and paedophiles.

( Daily Mail ) What a strange thing it is to stand in a street in Britain asking someone if they know of a white family living in the neighbourhood.

This is liberal, multi-cultural Britain of the early 21st century, after all, not apartheid South Africa.One would imagine that people of all races in this country mix, to some extent at least, in all towns and cities.

READ MORE: On the front line of segregation Britain: NEIL TWEEDIE visits a Blackburn dominated by hilltop mosques and afflicted by ‘worrying levels’ of division as report slams ‘right-on’ for turning a blind eye

 

A Blackburn estate agent, who prefers to remain anonymous, says that buying patterns encourage geographical polarisation in the town. Pictured: The town in 1956

Blackburn in 1956

Blackburn today

One would imagine that people of all races in this country mix, to some extent at least, in all towns and cities, writes Neil Tweedie

Muslims gathering outside a Blackburn mosque after Friday prayers

Muslim families tend to concentrate around mosques

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