Reverend Gavin Ashenden's speech
Reader comment on: Nomination for Nobel Peace Prize: Reverend Gavin Ashenden
Submitted by Frances Weingarten, Jan 25, 2017 13:20
The only positive note in this article is the speech by Reverend Gavin Ashenden. His words are a balm against what is happening throughout the country. Unfortunately, many of the British leaders of all areas -- political, religious and other -- have become servile where Islam is concerned. They seem to believe that the way to live in peace with Muslims, especially the fanatic or radical ones, is by placing their interests and desires foremost. That they would allow their own religion to be desecrated by having Muslim prayers in their churches and having a Muslim read in the church from the Quran a section that claimed Jesus was not the son of God is beyond belief. That they would suggest readings from the Quran for a coronation is indefensible. That the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, could suggest that a place could be found in Britain for Islamic Shari'a is shocking. Britain seems determined to destroy its own values and mores to pacify and placate muslims. Britain is destined to lose its country to Islam if they don't revert to their former attitudes and beliefs.
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