Category: Islam

May 23

Manchester atrocity follows Ariana Grande concert

Ariana Grande

Twenty-two people have died and fifty-nine are injured after a bomb attack at a concert given by one Ariana Grande. The atrocity was carried out at Manchester Arena.  It was a suicide attack.  The attacker, thought to be a Muslim extremist, died in the attack. Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected and their families. Second most …

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May 02

Recognise Palestine State says Lords

David Lord Howell of Guildford has urged the UK to recognise a State of Palestine

An influential House of Lords Committee has suggested the UK Government recognise a new State of Palestine. The Lords International Relations Committee today published its report, ‘The Middle East: Time for New Realism’.  It calls for a major re-shaping of UK policy in the Middle East.  It also ‘questions some of the assumptions and attitudes which …

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Apr 17

Theresa May’s Easter Message of Hypocrisy

Rt Hon Theresa May MP

Theresa May has left herself wide open to criticisms of hypocrisy after this year’s (2017) Easter message. The Prime Minister said ‘Easter is a moment to reflect’.  TEXT HERE In that case let us just reflect how her actions and those of Her Majesty’s Government measure up to what she said. We can go further …

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Apr 13

Beautiful babies, missiles and chocolate cake

BBC chocolate cake

News has emerged that President Trump’s emotional line about ‘beautiful babies’ in Syria’s Khan Sheikhoun came about after pressure from his daughter Ivanka. Ivanka urged her father to launch missiles into Syria last Thursday night, in blatant contradiction of his non-interventionist election stance. Meanwhile, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was in Moscow yesterday trying to explain US foreign …

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Apr 11

Replace Michael Fallon with a man of peace!

Rt Hon Sir Michael Fallon MP

Concerns over the stability of UK Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon will intensify following his latest outburst. Sir Michael, knighted in David Cameron’s resignation ‘crony honours list’ last year, has blamed Russia for civilian deaths in Syria. Untrue As reported by Reuters, he said Russia ‘bore responsibility by proxy’ for ‘every civilian death’ in Syria last week …

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Apr 08

Christian Voice Press Release: astonished at Boris pull-out

Boris Johnson MP

Christian Voice Press Release – 16:00 hrs 8th April 2017 Christian Voice has expressed astonishment at the decision of Boris Johnson to cancel a meeting with his Russian opposite number Sergey Lavrov. Stephen Green, National Director of Christian Voice, said today: ‘I am saddened and astonished that Boris Johnson has cancelled his planned meeting with …

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Apr 06

Israeli Apartheid Week

Banners were hoisted to promote Israeli Apatheid Week at the University of Sussex

By Brighton Bell Last month saw what is known as ‘Israeli Apartheid Week’ (otherwise known as ‘Israel Apartheid Week’). This annual event was originally launched in Toronto in 2004. It has since spread to a number of different countries around the world. Primarily ‘celebrated’ at universities, the week is marked by lectures and events.  And by …

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Apr 03

Islamic Extremism Unit launched

Khalid Massod - turned to Islamic extremism after converting to Islam in Lewes prison in Sussex

The Government has launched an Islamic Extremism unit, ‘A specialist team of ‘counter-terrorism experts aimed at tackling extremism in prisons’, as the BBC put it. The announcement comes in the wake of the Westminster terror attacks.  But unless they dissuade prison inmates from converting to Islam in the first place, their efforts will have little …

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Feb 28

Bristol Magistrates Convict Preachers

John Wesley's Chapel in Broadmead

Bristol Court tramples on freedom of speech A magistrates court in Bristol has convicted two Christian preachers charged with public order offences. The case against two other men collapsed. Justices of the Peace Mr Robert Stacey (Chairman), Mr Gerry McDermot and Mrs Josephine Ramsden gave judgment on Tuesday 28th February 2017. The justices rode roughshod …

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