Islam And The West – Irreconcilable Differences?

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  1. Serena Lonton says:

    Brilliant piece of reporting. Just goes to show the blatant bias against decent people with the same right to air their views as anyone else. I too would probably go with the description of “Christian Atheist”, as all the basic laws in our country are based on the Ten Commandments, therefore you don’t have to be a Christian to be a decent, law-abiding person. Well done too to Ann-Marie Waters, for although I did not vote for her to lead UKIP, I identified with much of what she said on this subject.

  2. Freddy Vachha says:

    A key distinction which will appeal to many people who profess neither Christianity nor Islam is this:

    * Under any sane reading of the New Testament, rights to punish for non-temporal transgressions lie exclusively with the deity, but
    * under Islam, many of these rights are specifically arrogated to humans.

    Terror of what the latter can lead to focusses the mind wonderfully…

  3. Pamela Preedy says:

    ‘Cultural Christian’: that’s a good term and describes me. Unfortunately, the establishment Christians in this country do very little or nothing to show their rejection of islam, even naively allowing muslims to read or preach in churches. If practising Christians want cultural Christians to support them, they need to urge their leaders to see the truth about islam – it is a sworn enemy of Christians (read the koran!) and persecutes them wherever they are unfortunate enough to live in an islamic country. Holding out the hand of friendship to muslims is a waste of time. To them, we are all unclean kuffar who must be forced to accept islam and become slaves of allah. I’d rather die first, and that will be the fate of many unless the idiotic powers -that-be in the UK and West stop appeasing and start controlling the alien creed and its followers very firmly indeed.

  4. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    Just to add to your able ability, please remember the faithfully recorded saying of Jesus. – ” I am the way, the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father but by me.” To my mind, this leaves no room for Mohammad to do anything !
    Islam has a problem also with the Christian’s Father, Son and Holy Spirit, yet one God ! It should be possible for a Muslim to unravel this, even with their blinkers still on. Jesus was God in mortal form, and God took death upon the cross for our redemption. To disagree with this, the Muslim has to put a limit upon the power of God, and that will be the Muslim’s lot, in giving account on the day of judgement. ( Personally I consider Islam to be Satanic, through and through !).

  5. John-Edward Gilday says:

    Leaning a little towards proselytisation, and a bit too much religious supremacy for my taste, but on the ball for the majority. I would have to say that the legitimacy of the crucifixion (let alone the resurrection) has been refuted by historians and some Christians alike, let alone Muslims. Not entirely sure what relevance that has to war memorials beyond their shape. I’d suggest focusing on actual, immediate dangers I.e. public safety, freedom of expression, etc. That way you’re focusing on reality, as opposed to nonsense about aggressive secularisation.

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