This study was begun after Theresa May “pledged to address injustices in society,” and the blame for these women’s lack of integration will be placed entirely upon the British government and non-Muslim Britons.
But remember: last year, the former head of Britain’s Equalities and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), Trevor Phillips, said that Muslims refused to assimilate. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said: “Assimilation is a crime against humanity.”
The Qur’an says to Muslims: “You are the best nation produced for mankind. You enjoin what is right and forbid what is wrong and believe in Allah.” (3:110) Meanwhile, it says of unbelievers: “Indeed, they who disbelieved among the People of the Book and the polytheists will be in the fire of Hell, abiding eternally therein. Those are the most vile of created beings.” (98:6)
Why would one of the “best nation,” who “enjoin what is right and forbid what is wrong,” want to integrate into the society of “the most vile of created beings,” who do not?
None of that, however, will be discussed in British government circles. Instead, the focus will be entirely upon what the “white” community can do for the “Asian” one. And more jizya will flow.
“Pakistani women ‘shockingly badly integrated’ into UK life, government report says,” by Vickiie Oliphant, Express, October 9, 2017
PAKISTANI women living in the UK are “shockingly badly integrated” into UK society, a new government report has revealed.
The Cabinet Office findings, revealed in the UK’s first disparity audit to be published in full on Tuesday, aims to highlight how people from different backgrounds are treated regarding their access to healthcare, employment and education.
And the data has thrown up a particularly “shocking” situation for Pakistani women.
The findings also appear on the same day as the publication of an independent report which will show that the poorest Asian families are the biggest losers from the tax and benefit changes.
A source close to the Cabinet Office told The Sunday Times: “Other communities have integrated very well, but the audit shows that Pakistani women who don’t speak English or go out to work are living in an entirely different society and are shockingly badly integrated.”…
The disparity audit was launched last August by Theresa May after the British prime minister pledged to address injustices in society.
Announcing the review last year, she said: “This audit will reveal difficult truths, but we should not be apologetic about shining a light on injustices as never before.
“It is only by doing so we can make this country work for everyone, not just a privileged few.”…
The Government’s integration tsar said Britain needed to be “less shy” in setting out expectations for immigrants and called for introducing an oath of allegiance.
Dame Louise added it would be “no bad thing” to accompany it with lessons in the “British way of life” along with classes to help migrants to develop their English skills.