A senior Muslim cleric who runs the country's largest network of sharia courts has sparked controversy by claiming that there is no such thing as rape within marriage.
Sheikh Maulana Abu Sayeed, president of the Islamic Sharia Council in Britain, said that men who rape their wives should not be prosecuted because "sex is part of marriage". And he claimed that many married women who alleged rape were lying.
"In Islamic sharia, rape is adultery by force. So long as the woman is his wife, it cannot be termed as rape. It is reprehensible, but we do not call it rape."
In it's efforts to appease Islam (Dhimmitude), the British Government is forgetting one thing. It is neglecting to protect Muslim women and girls. The longer this is allowed to continue, the more they will suffer as a result.
Other countries in Europe have made a concerted effort to ensure that the human rights of these women are protected and I am appalled that the UK (under the guise of freedom), is still allowing Sharia Courts to operate.
This only proves that Sharia is clearly in conflict with EU and UK laws and should be banned.