A new poll came out, showing that 40% of Muslims aged 16-24 would prefer to live under Sharia law in the UK. 36% of the 'young-uns' believe in death for apostasy, 13% admire al-Qaeda, and 74% of young people believe women should wear the veil (as opposed to 19% of those over 55). (see poll results here) A full 84% also said they did not experience 'Islamophobia.'
Think about this for a second. Digest this.
These are not young people in Afghanistan or Saudi Arabia. These are young people in the UK.
Think about this some more.
Then think about multiculturalism, and wonder about how effective it has been.
A new paradigm is clearly needed. After you think about that, then consider the recent debate between Ken Livingstone ("Red Ken," mayor of London), and Daniel Pipes. Consider the points they brought up.
And wonder about what sort of world we are heading for, with above numbers like those.