There was a story in the news the other day about the double-standards applied to Muslim parents who take their kids out of school and the non-Muslim parents who do the same.
A Dinah Bentley - who taught in Huddersfield and Dewsbury for 36 years - made these claims to the Huddersfield Examiner. She said that it was a common practice for some “Asian” (i.e., mainly Pakistani Muslims) to take their children out of school and take them to Pakistan. This is allowed to happen. However, when non-Muslims - or whites - do the same thing (even if only for a week-long holiday), they get fined. Clearly this is reverse (or positive) discrimination or even reverse (or positive) racism (though not very positive for whites).
Rather than the teachers and authorities being accused of (positive/reverse) racism, Mrs Bentley herself, of course, has been classed as a racist for telling the truth. To which she replied:
“I am aware that this is a very sensitive issue. But this is not about racism, it is about double standards. The same principles should apply to all parents.”
Incredibly enough, Mrs Bentley herself was married to a Kurdish Muslim and taught in Iraq. Indeed one of her pupils was Saddam Hussein’s son! So she's hardly a racist – primarily because Muslims don't constitute a single a race in the first place. In addition, the Kurds and Iraqis of Iraq - whom she taught - are hardly the same race as the Pakistanis of Huddersfield and Dewsbury.
In any case, it's true that many Muslim Pakistani families holiday at least three times a year in Pakistan. No wonder they support the Pakistani cricket team!
However, to change track a little. Think about this.
Many Pakistani Muslims attend interfaith events and gatherings in the UK at which they no doubt talk about "community cohesion" and "diversity". Then they will go on their many holidays to Pakistan where many of them will certainly have experienced the persecution and even killing of Christians. Who knows, perhaps their Pakistani brothers, cousins, uncles, etc. are doing the persecution and killing! What I'm also saying is that it's quite possible that some of those Pakistani Muslims who do interfaith in the UK may well persecute and even kill Christians - and Hindus, Sikhs - in Pakistan.
This shows that interfaith in the UK is but a means to an end for many Muslims. And that end is Islamisation.
Muhammad himself indulged in interfaith... at first! He needed interfaith when he only had a handful of supporters and therefore little or no power. That is, Muhammad engaged with Arab non-Muslims and Christians and Jews for the same reason Muslims do so today: to sell Islam and then try and convert the kuffar.
Once Muhammad gained the numbers and power, then all that bogus interfaith business completely changed. Then the “eternal jihad” began. Indeed so much so that the “interfaith period” of suras/passages in the Koran (which is not a chronological book), which are often quoted by Muslims at interfaith events, were all "abrogated" at a later period. That is, canceled out and substituted by the later jihadist and more hateful passages.
The thing is, most Muslims will know this and yet they still quote these bogus, or abrogated, "peaceful passages" at you. And that, my friend, is taqiyya.