Jean Wood (75) is a widow who belongs to a small town in Dewsbury, England. She runs the ice cream van in her hometown Saville wearing Burka. She never had an idea of Burka before, but the terrifying change in the town compelled her to wear a Burka. She had to do so because of the Islamic dominance. Dewsbury was once the great textile town, now had undergone a drastic transformation.
She doesn't want to leave Saville, her hometown and wants to spend the rest of her life there. It is where she grew, completed her education and got married. She is one of the only 48 white Britons who live in Saville while the rest of them are Pakistani or Indian citizens. Since late 1950s, people from India and Pakistan started settling down in the town and the place was soon dominated by mosques, Burka-clad-women, shops, terraced houses, etc.
She says, "the change happened so quickly". She shares her experience and comments that once it was all whites and now all Asians. She even remembers the time when the first Asian family moved in.
Jean worries that the place is now disreputable because it is breeding Jihad which makes it a perfect ground for terrorism. On 7 July 2005, a group of terrorists attacked London and claimed 52 innocent lives. The terrifying attacks happened for several times then. It is a bitter truth that Saville is now the breeding ground for racism and terrorism.