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Islamaphobic and pornographic DVDs sent to London mosques, raising concerns over 'clash of cultures'

Islamaphobic and pornographic DVDs sent to London mosques, raising concerns over 'clash of cultures'

Police in London are looking into a series of Islamophobic DVDs sent to several mosques and Muslim organizations in the British capital. The DVDs contain pornographic and abusive images insulting the Prophet Mohammed, as well as news footage about extremism.

The incident is part of a wave of offensive acts towards British Muslims by those wanting to keep the UK Islam-free.

An attorney named Gabin Boby, with the Law & Freedom Foundation, uses zoning ordinances and hearings to stop the construction of mosques. "We stop mosques. We help local neighborhoods resist planning applications for mosques and we win." The group has 16 wins out of 18 cases, Russia Today reports (see video embedded below).

Boby told Russia Today that the wins were based on purely legal grounds, such as noise and traffic concerns, but added that his group opposes Islamic doctrine, which he says promotes violence and is against English law. "If the Catholic Church was passing death sentences, if a synagogue was blessing armies to commit acts of war, I would immediately say that has to be stopped," he explained.

The gruesome murder of a British soldier by self-confessed Islamic fanatics has fueled anti-Islamic sentiment in the country.

In recent times, a growing number of people have criticized multiculturalism in Britain, saying that it has failed and will inevitably result in a "clash of cultures."


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One of the growing crowd of American "nones" herself, Deborah is a prolific writer who finds religion, spirituality and the impact of belief (and non-belief) on culture inspiring, fascinating and at times, disturbing. She hosts the God Discussion show and handles the site's technical work. Her education and background is in business, ecommerce and law.
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