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Sunday, 3 June 2007
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The Bishop of Rochester has some interesting things to say about Pakistan in The Sunday Telegraph.
I admire his faith that Islam could reform from within by rejecting the cruel verses of the Koran in favour of the peaceful ones although I fear that he is mistaken.
I fully support his condemnation of the persecution of other religions, (including but not solely Christianity) and the draconian Hudud ordinance.
The comments are also worth reading, particularly the descriptions of the tribulations of Muslim converts to Christianity.
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Posted on 06/03/2007 9:38 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
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3 Jun 2007
Paul Blaskowicz
I admire his faith that Islam could reform from within by rejecting the cruel verses of the Koran in favour of the peaceful ones although I fear that he is mistaken.

Bp of Rochester:"How then can there be a law prescribing the death penalty for insulting the Prophet when he is said to have forgiven his tormentors?"

Holy Nails of the Prophet for Gouging out Eyes, Batman.  Six out of ten for that article, Your Grace.  But better than the usual touchy-feely rubbish from the CofE.





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