Sharia Watch UK Website Now Online
In April we reported that a new organisation, Sharia Watch UK, was launched in the House of Lords. We have now been informed that the organisation’s website is now online. As readers here are aware, the International Civil Liberties Alliance is an international organisation that focuses on human rights abuses associated with sharia. We welcome the emergence of Sharia Watch UK which will have a specific British focus. We would suggest that our friends and supporters in Great Britain engage as fully as possible with this new and important human rights organisation.
There are a couple of things you can do right now:
1) First of all you can visit their website and find out more: http://www.shariawatch.org.uk/
2) Secondly you can show your support by following them on Twitter
They are activity driven rather than “keyboard warriors” and have a section on their site entitled ‘What Can I Do?’ which currently informs you about how you can contact your MP to inform them of their excellent report Britain’s Blind Spot’. Again this is something that we welcome and fully endorse.
We hope that we can work fully with them in the future, particularly in relation to our Victims of Sharia Action Network project. Indeed, the increasing number of human rights abuses, particularly with regard to freedom of expression and women/children issues, in that country makes a more dedicated British focus more essential than ever.