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    More Muslim Christian fighting!


    by Sunny on 4th June, 2008 at 11:16 AM    

    That perked you up didn’t it? No, actually, there has been a show of solidarity in Birmingham following that earlier mentioned incident. No doubt, the Mad Mel Phillips contingent will say just because a few Christians and Muslims are saying things are ok doesn’t mean the slide of Britain into dhimmocracy isn’t happening!!!! Except, if you remember, the original incident also involved just two evangelicals and a stupid PCSO.


         
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    1. davebones — on 4th June, 2008 at 2:45 PM  

      That is really good to see. Great picture. More of this.

    2. DavidMWW — on 4th June, 2008 at 3:15 PM  

      I’ve just literally creamed my pants.

      ;)

    3. Avi Cohen — on 4th June, 2008 at 6:53 PM  

      So a Muslim PCSO who does his job is stupid?

      Do you have any evidence the PCSO broke the rules or the law? In fact the initial investigation appears to have vindicated the actions of the officer as there was a heated argument developing as reported by Mel’s own paper.

      For apparently doing their job and moving people on from an argument the PCSO who is Muslim is being vilified whilst everyone blindly accepts those causing the argument were not to blame.

      This is sheer madness.

      Sorry but unless there is a pattern here it looks like the PCSO did his job and just asked people to move on.

      If anyone is stupid it appears to be people who are jumping on a incident to portray Muslims as unfit to do a duty which they appear to be doing otherwise.

      Come on people get a grip - if a white police officer hears a heated argument and asks people to move on then he is doing his job. If a Muslim does it and it involves Christian Evangelicals then obviously the Muslim PCSO is wrong and needs to be called stupid.

      So Sunny what do youy suggest that in future a Muslim PCSO should ask people in a heated arguiment first if they are Christian Evangelicals and if they are likely to make a press issue before moving people on and thus avoid being called stupid.

      The Police have investigated and confirmed the actions of the officer were correct so are you now claiming all the West Midlands Police are incorrect?

      With the normal Christian Community now showing support doesn’t it look like an Evangelical attempt to prove Nazir ali right and crying wolf?

      Something stinks here and it isn’t the actions of the POlice but the Evangelicals whose story has been a bit quick to be publicised.

    4. Roger — on 4th June, 2008 at 8:08 PM  

      “Which would you rather, a christian persecuted you, or a muslim?”
      “Er…er…er…”
      “Well, I’d much rather the christian persectuted the muslim.
      “And vice-versa.”
      -Variation on a children’s joke. As long as religious loonies are bashing- metaphorically or literally- each other rather than combining to bash unbelievers I’m happy.

    5. Don — on 4th June, 2008 at 9:08 PM  

      If I went down to Roker Park and started handing out leaflets about how maccams should transfer their alleigance to the true faith of the Toon and it’s prophet KK, I would imagine the local law would tell me to bugger off as they had better things to do than deal with the fall-out from my proselytizing.

      Of course, with religion it’s different. At least football clubs have an objective reality.

    6. Golam Murtaza — on 5th June, 2008 at 1:39 PM  

      I beg to differ. Aston Villa has no objective reality.

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