Source: BBC News
Muslim peer Baroness Warsi has hit out at Muslim "hardliners and hotheads" who use Islam to argue against voting and equal rights for women.
The Conservative shadow minister for community cohesion said it was crucial to distinguish between social demands and genuine religious requirements.
She urged Muslims not to allow such confusion to cut them off from society.
Lady Warsi, speaking at a conference in London, also said Muslims had a special responsibility to defeat extremism.