Hard-line fundamentalists have pledged to ban alcohol and gender mixing in new areas throughout the United Kingdom where Shariaa will be imposed. According to this plan, a large number of posters bearing the slogans "no gambling", "no music and concerts", "no nudity or vice", and "no drugs and smoking" will be distributed. The posters announce "Beware: You are entering a Shariaa-controlled zone - Islamic rules enforced."
The fundamentalists are scheduled to start the plan in Waltham Forest, part of the London City Council, later this month and they are also claiming that thousands of "Shariaa police" will monitor the compliance with the Shariaa rules in the streets.
Lawyer Anjem Choudary, former secretary general of Al-Muhajiroun and Al-Ghurabaa movements in Britain, has called for implementing this plan as an alternative to the government's attempts to combat violent extremism under the "prevention" strategy.