MOSCOW (Sputnik), Alexander Mosesov — A huge inflow of Muslim migrants into the United Kingdom makes entire areas on UK towns off limits to non-Muslims, the leader of the Britain First party told Sputnik on Friday.
"Thanks to mass immigration, areas of the UK are now overrun with Islamic immigrants and have become ‘no-go zones’ for non-Muslims, who enter these areas at great personal risk," Paul Golding claimed.
He accused Muslim immigrants of refusing to integrate and instead opting for "their own ghettos" inside UK cities and towns.
Britain First activists marched through Bury Park, a community in Luton with a big Asian population, carrying a cross. Police have opened an inquiry into whether any offenses were committed.
Britain First Party Members to Visit UK Cities to Highlight Muslim ‘No-Go Zones’ Issue
The political party Britain First’s activists plan to visit Muslim-dominated neighborhoods of Birmingham, Bradford, Rochdale and a number of other UK cities and towns to draw attention to the issue of the so-called no-go zones in the country, the party’s leader told Sputnik Friday.
The ‘no-go' areas are comparatively autonomous communities, whose residents share same religion or ideology, and are usually avoided by members of other racial, religious or ethnic groups.
"We will shortly be visiting other Muslim enclaves across the UK. We have visited East London, Luton and plan to visit Birmingham, Bradford, Rochdale and many others to highlight the problem of Muslim ‘no-go zones,’" Paul Golding notified.
Golding said that Luton, a once-working class town, has been transformed into what he described as a "hotbed" for terrorism, extremism and hate preaching. He accused Luton police of fabricating charges against the party.
On Saturday, members and supporters of the nationalist party are set to participate in a march described as "a day of action against Islamic extremism" in the town of Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, which has a considerable Muslim population, mostly of of Indian and Pakistani origin.