SHARIA LAW IN LONDON: Muslim Mayor Bans ‘Sexy’ Advertisements

This is how it happens, folks. This is how Sharia Law supplants Western values and culture. It doesn’t happen overnight, it creeps in gradually, step by step.

In London, Muslim mayor Sadiq Khan just made a decision which would be hailed in Saudi Arabia.

The Washington Times reports:

Sharia comes to London, as Muslim mayor bans sexy ads

London’s Muslim Mayor Sadiq Khan declared an end to any kind of advertising in the city that promotes “unrealistic expectations of women’s body image and health,” or, in layman’s, typical Western-style fashion spreads.

Sharia, meet London.

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As the Gatestone Institute notes, this reminds of when ISIS took over Sirte in Libya a couple years ago and immediately set up sharia shop, ordering via billboards for all women to don baggy burka’d robes if they wanted to walk in the streets without, say, getting acid thrown in their faces, or raped.

And it’s not just London.

In Berlin, where wave after wave of mostly Muslim migrant and refugee have swept away much of Germany’s tolerant culture, authorities are planning to implement a ban on images of women as “beautiful but weak, hysterical, dumb, crazy, naive or ruled by their emotions.”

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Add Paris to the mix — Paris, city of romance-slash-sex, where nudity is practically a cultural norm — and it’s an alarming trend that’s sweeping Europe.

Don’t think for one minute that the United States is immune to this.

It isn’t.


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