There are many who look askance at those of us who believe that one of our greatest threats as a nation, as a civilization, is the Islamic goal of establishing a final global caliphate ruled by Sharia Law. Consider the following story from the B.B.C. in which the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, states that Sharia Law is not only unavoidable, but suggests that adoption of some aspects of Sharia Law could "help maintain social cohesion."
Dr Rowan Williams told Radio 4's World at One that the UK has to "face up to the fact" that some of its citizens do not relate to the British legal system.
Dr Williams argues that adopting parts of Islamic Sharia law would help maintain social cohesion.
For example, Muslims could choose to have marital disputes or financial matters dealt with in a Sharia court.
He says Muslims should not have to choose between "the stark alternatives of cultural loyalty or state loyalty".
"There's a place for finding what would be a constructive accommodation with some aspects of Muslim law, as we already do with some other aspects of religious law."
What Mr. Williams doesn't seem to understand is that Islam isn't interested in co-existence and social cohesion. World domination through either persuasion or sword is the goal.