Now Nigel Farage tells Fox News: Yes there ARE no-go cities in Europe for non-MuslimsUKIP leader Nigel Farage today suggested that there ARE "no-go" zones for non-Muslims in a number of European cities
.By Jamie Lewis / Published 13th January 2015
Farage claimed that authorities have suffered from "moral cowardice" in the face of an Islamic threat.
The MEP went as far as to suggested that "most big French cities" were off-limits for those who are not Muslim.
Steven Emerson, a regular pundit on US station Fox News, was forced to apologise yesterday after being internationally ridiculed for claiming the UK city of Birmingham was "totally" Muslim.
Farage was invited onto Fox News to have his say and claimed British authorities are turning a "blind eye" to the sexual abuse scandals in Rotherham and Rochdale.
In an interview with Fox News, the MEP claimed the cities have developed "big ghettos" of potentially dangerous Muslims.
He said: "We've been turning a blind eye to preachers of hate that have been coming here from the Middle East and saying things for which the rest of us would be arrested.
"In parts of northern England we've seen the sexual grooming of under-age girls committed by Muslim men, in the majority, and for all of these things we are seeing the law not being applied equally, we're seeing the police forces not doing their job because we've suffered from moral cowardice.
"We have through mass immigration and through not checking the details of those people who have come to our countries, we have allowed big ghettos to develop and when it comes to confronting tough issues we're run a mile and that is why we're in the mess we're in, we've been led very badly."
Farage also claimed that "tens of thousands of young women" had been subjected to female genital mutilation in the UK.
He added: "We even, a few years ago, had some quite clear examples where the immigration services were actually allowing women to come into Britain from Pakistan and elsewhere to join polygamous marriages something that is against our law.
"So wherever you look, wherever you look you see this blind eye being turned and you see the growth of ghettos where the police and all the normal agents of the law have withdrawn and that is where sharia law has come in and you know it got so bad in Britain that our last archbishop of Canterbury, the leader of our church, actually said we should accept sharia law."
In 2008, the Archbishop of Canterbury actually suggested that the adoption of some aspects of Sharia law in certain communities "seems unavoidable".
Emerson, a regular pundit on the right-wing Fox News channel, yesterday claimed that Birmingham is "a totally Muslim" city "where non-Muslims just simply don't go."
His comments were met with ridicule from the online community, who started the hashtag #FoxNewsFacts to mock the channel.http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/419981/Nigel-Farage-Fox-News-no-go-cities-Europe-non-Muslims