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November 24, 2016 23:02

"Just imagine the gevalt if ... Orthodox women forbidden to wear sheitels."
You obviously do not know the difference between a burkha and a wig - no surprise there.
This is what the Church of England has had to say on the matter of preferential treatment for Muslims.
In a confidential document, the Church claims the government’s attempts to integrate minority faiths have backfired, leaving Britain “more separated than ever before”.
Written by Guy Wilkinson, inter-faith adviser to Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams, the report claims the Church has been “sidelined” and “preferential” treatment given to the Muslim community. Entitled Cohesion and Integration – A Briefing Note for the House (of Bishops), it lists a number of government initiatives since the London bombings, such as shelving legislation on forced marriage.
It claims these efforts have undermined the government’s own inter-faith agenda and produced “no noticeable impact on community cohesion”. It also challenges the opinion that Britain is a “multi-faith society” and says the government’s “schizophrenic” approach has instead added to disaffection between communities.
The report adds: “One might argue that disaffection and separation are now greater than ever, with other faith communities seriously concerned that the government appears to encourage a privileged relationship with sections of the Muslim community

Your other fatuous comments do not even merit a response. With love from Judea.

November 24, 2016 23:02

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