Dewsbury is a rather good example of the effects of Islam when it settles somewhere.
The town was once at the centre of the textile industry area, and decline began in the 1960s. At about the same time it became attractive to new Muslim arrivals mostly from Pakistan, because housing was cheaper than elsewhere. The large influx resulted in many original inhabitants leaving and moving elsewhere. Pubs, clubs and churches where gradually turned into mosques, and today there is a mosque at every street corner, and virtually no pubs. Many retail chains closed branches in the town, because the new population did not have the money nor the inclination to shop in places like Marks and Spencer.
Today there are many boarded up shops, and otherwise mostly discount stores or charity shops, and large amounts of little fried chicken shops.
In recent months the schools in the town have received some attention, because they have taken to teach about the "poison" of British culture. There is very large unemployment in the town, and crime is rife, specially sexual offences.
The police is traumatised and mostly ignores things. Driving through the town is a nightmare, much like driving through down town Lahore. There is a Sharia court in the town. For white people much of the town is dangerous to walk through even during the day.
The place is also a breeding ground for Jihadis, and one of the London tube bombers is from there.
It is an exemplar of what happens if things are not managed from the start.
What is really worrying is what will happen when these various cells join up.
Jesus: "Ask and you will receive." Mohammed: "Take and give me 20%"
The second video makes a point that's often glossed over: the Muslims in Yorkshire and Lancashire were brought in by mill owners as cheap labour for the textile industry. There's not much textile industry left, but immigration is still driven by companies wanting cheap labour. Which is why the Tories only pretend that they want to reduce immigration. That the Labour party wants more immigration regardless, despite the interests of it's original constituency, could be thought a paradox: but of course they too have over-riding motives.
"And by the word “moderate” too is relative to hardliners only. If we start judging with respect to Western standards then an overwhelming majority is hardliner." Raza Habib Raja on Pakistan