The article mentions the Oldham Muslim Riots of 2001. This is the trick:
If we build you houses (black out windows at swimming baths, introduce halal meat everywhere, etc.), then do you promise not to riot again? Please don’t.
If we build Muslims houses (black out windows at swimming baths, etc.) then we can have a guarantee that Muslims won’t riot again.
I wish it were that simple. It won’t be a case that the accommodations and concessions to Muslims will suddenly stop - then we will have the multi-cultural utopian fantasy for real. The demands - the threats! - from Muslims will only stop when Oldham, and everywhere else, is fully Islamified. When it has full sharia law. Anything less and Oldham may still see more Muslim riots, etc. in the future. And the riots may occur because at one point the Council or the Government has the audacity not to comply with Muslims’ endless demands.
Did you see this bit? It's all done by the Manchester METHODIST Housing Association. These Interfaithing Methodists must seem themselves as martyrs to Islam. Nothing else can explain how these people happily accept the disintegration of their own faith while at the very same time they build up Islam - classic Islamic enablers (or unctuous Dhimmis).
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Eco-friendly homes specially designed for the local Muslim community have been unveiled in Greater Manchester.
The 18 state-of-the-art houses in Selwyn Close, Oldham, have wind turbines and solar panels on the roof.
The homes have up to seven bedrooms, some have bathrooms that face away from Mecca and the kitchens also comply with halal cuisine.
They were designed in consultation with the local Muslim community in Coppice, which is 60% Muslim.
They were built after redundant one and two-bedroom flats on the street were demolished.
The £3 million project has been developed by Manchester Methodist Housing Association.
Rejia Bibi is moving with her husband and five children into one of the new properties, from her home in the Werneth area of Oldham.
She wanted more space for her children, aged 10, nine, five, two and one - but wanted to stay close to the area.
Some of the houses have seven bedrooms.
"We're all Muslims here so yes, it is important," she said of the homes' design.
"For myself I'm not really too bothered but to a lot of the Muslim people, yes it is important to them and yes it is a very good idea."
Ted Cantle, the man who led the inquiry into the 2001 Oldham race riots, warned that some members of the community may feel left out.
"On the one hand the housing association have to be commended for thinking about those special needs and providing for large families in particular," he said.
"But they also have to think about how those families and that group is going to be integrated into the wider community."
Jim McMillan, of the Great Places Housing Group, said: "It's one small scheme. The housing market renewal programme is going over the whole of Oldham and Rochdale, several thousand houses.
"You can't look at this one project and say 'its only Muslim people'.
"Were doing schemes in other areas where there will be a mixture of people," he added.
All of the 18 homes occupied by Muslim families were made available to the wider community.