August 5th 2006


  Buy Issue 2737
Qty:

Articles from this issue:

COVER STORY: Top manufacturer slams free trade 'fantasy'

EDITORIAL: Whom the gods wish to destroy

CANBERRA OBSERVED: Nelson turns blind eye to neglected defences

PRIMARY PRODUCTION: Australian Government cutting farmers adrift

QUARANTINE: Can we ensure zero risk on trade?

QUEENSLAND: Afraid of uttering the dreaded 'D' word

OPINION: Pregnancy counselling services under threat

STRAWS IN THE WIND: Israel and Hezbollah / Still call Australia home? / Night thoughts / Victoria and the pokies

OPINION: Robert Manne, the intellectual hero

HISTORY: Knowing history and knowing who we are

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS: China and Japan - partners or rivals?

TAIWAN: Taiwan President rocked by scandals

Government the problem, not the solution (letter)

Britain's home-grown terrorists (letter)

Parties under siege from radical feminists (letter)

THE MARKETING OF EVIL: How Radicals, Elitists, and Pseudo-Experts Sell Us Corruption Disguised as Freedom, by David Kupelian

Books promotion page

FONT SIZE:

Britain's home-grown terrorists (letter)


by Alan W. Creek

News Weekly, August 5, 2006
Sir,

Dermott Kelly asks why do home-grown Muslim terrorists occur in Britain (Letters, News Weekly, July 8, 2006).

The answer is quite simple. First, the male establishes himself with a job and accommodation. He then, through family members back home, arranges for a prospective wife (usually a cousin) to come out.

The wife stays at home (while he goes to work and does the shopping, etc.) and she makes no attempt to learn English. The children grow up with Arabic, etc., as their first language and therefore do very poorly at school.

They leave school early with no qualifications or language skills and are virtually unemployable and, as such, are fertile soil for Muslim extremism.

Alan W. Creek,
Tighes Hill, NSW




























Join email list

Join e-newsletter list


Your cart has 0 items



Subscribe to NewsWeekly

Research Papers



Trending articles

EDITORIAL The future of Senator Cory Bernardi

EDITORIAL Trump installed but the left refuses to accept it

COVER STORY Company tax proposal just made for Trump

EDITORIAL Nothing new among Trump's executive orders

EUTHANASIA Quebec, Dutch, Belgian and Oregon laws a 'mess'

QUEENSLAND Pro-life Brisbane marches as abortion vote nears

COVER STORY Free-trade policy sending manufacturing into free-fall



News and views from around the world



























© Copyright NewsWeekly.com.au 2011
Last Modified:
December 2, 2016, 2:36 pm