When Oxford declared Islam a ‘religion of peace,’ she knew just how to respond

by Leah Rosenberg

Oxford just got a major wake-up call. Is islam really a religion of peace? Are people justified to be scared of Islam? Take a look.

Oxford and Islam

Anne Marie Waters, once a member of the British Labour party, had a wake-up-call one day and began to see what Islam has in store for non-Muslims. She is a past member of The National Secular Society who promote complete separation between religion and state, as well as the One Law for All campaign which opposes imposing Sharia law upon British citizens. Waters sees the danger of Islam and Islamic beliefs which are all-encompassing – often denying basic human rights particularly for women and children. Is it really so hard to see this? It is right in front of our eyes.

In this video, Waters debates at the Oxford Union debating society on the subject of “Is Islam a peaceful religion.” Waters’ argument is not complicated. She points out basic facts that can all be checked about the results of enforcing Islamic law in the “real world” as she calls it. For those who try to separate the violence and abuse of Islamic cultures from the Islamic religion, as Waters explains, “It just doesn’t work.” “Islam is not a religion of peace.”

You cannot argue with the evidence. It will only come back to bite you.

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