Londonistan


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Londonistan

(lʌnˈdʌnɪˌstɑːn)
n
(Placename) an informal name for London, as considered by some people as a base for radical Islamists
[C20: from London + Persian -stan place of; modelled on Pakistan and Afghanistan]
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Face a ses [beaucoup moins que] londonistan [beaucoup plus grand que] et une armee de [beaucoup moins que] combattants etrangers [beaucoup plus grand que] de l'Etat islamique, l'Europe est rattrapee par les vieux demons du terrorisme longtemps couves a l'aune des droits de l'Homme et de la democratie.
Melanie Phillips, Londonistan (New York: Encounter Books, 2006).
Mr bin Laden would have been imprisoned on remand, and then let go, compensated, granted asylum, housing benefits and jobseekers' allowance like all his fellow terror thugs in Londonistan.
A leaked US diplomatic cable, which was sent five days after the London bombings, quoted an Algerian politician as saying: "Did the English consider the risks of allowing Londonistan to develop?
I often visit Whitechapel and Edgware Road parts of our colorful Londonistan I have never seen a Muslim woman walking behind her husband.
I read a book recently called Londonistan by an English journalist named Melanie Phillips; it is the most chilling book I have read in a very long time.
Mr Rynja's firm Gibson Square, which he runs from his four-storey townhouse, has also published Melanie Phillips's hotly-debated book Londonistan, about Islamic terrorists in the UK.
Melanie Phillips, Londonistan (London: Gibson Square, 2006), p.
The news media's focus on terrorism in Islamic countries must be rectified to examine its presence and growth at home, and LONDONISTAN charts its rise in Britain and its deadly implications in a hard-hitting book packed with insights.
The English writer Melanie Phillips titled her book Londonistan quite aptly, for the extremists in their ranks publicly demonstrate their support for Osama bin Laden and the politics of jihad (holy war) against the West and Israel.
Yet, these are more abstract principles than universal rights, as Melanie Phillips observes in her eye-popping book Londonistan.
Another chilling look in 2006 at what Islamism is doing to Europe is Londonistan (Encounter Books) by Daily Mail columnist Melanie Phillips.