Essay on Sharia Law

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Immigration in Britain and the problems caused by the coexistence of British and Sharia laws

Problem : Britain, home receiver, can she move from coexistence to the complementarity of British and Sharia laws ?

We all know that Britain is a great home receiver since the first colonization and more after the Second World War but we can ask us if it exist a real melting pot. In spite of the presence of a lot of immigrants, certain person still not considerate them as British citizen even though the government try to give a good picture of the integration in U.K. Actually the coexistence of sharia and British law doesn’t help, because it can’t exist several systems for people who live in the same country. So, we can ask us if Britain, home receiver, can move from coexistence to the complementarity of British and Sharia laws in order to have a better integration of migrants. In a first time we will talk about the fact that Britain is a country with an ethnic diversity, and then in a second time we will talk about the coexistence of sharia and British laws.

When we hear the word Britain we immediately think about colonization, effectively Britain was with France, for instance, one of the biggest colonialist powers. After the decolonization and World Wars, Britain welcome more and more foreigner, that’s is the reason why we can think that British are used to live with them up to an oneness between us, I mean a melting pot. In a first thought we will see that it is the case, but in a second thought we will understand that it exist some racism against migrants. We will demonstrate that it exist a real melting pot in Britain by some examples. Firstly, in the XVI and XVIII century blacks peoples lived in the royal entourage, or in rich families, and with the conquest of the New World by Europeans, they became slaves. But after the abolition of slavery in 1800’s, a non-white MP was elected in the House of Commons and Arthur Wharton was the first black...
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