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Facing up to the truth about Islam

July 27, 2017 |

Members of different faiths at the Together Stronger event organised in Ilford by the British Pakistani Christian Association

Once again death and destruction have come to our streets, but still we are not getting to grips with the real issues, says lawyer Philip Quenby

If ever we questioned the need to recover our Christian heritage, the recent terror attacks in Manchester and London should surely dispel any doubt once and for all.

Sadly, however, the Church is not getting to grips with the real issues. Widespread ignorance within the Church allows ill-informed platitudes and a spirit of appeasement free rein, so there is little difference between what the Government or the Church are saying about Islam. Read More

Reactions to Manchester

June 3, 2017 |

Last updated on June 5th, 2017 at 03:03 pm

 

United against terrorism: Tel Aviv showed solidarity with Manchester by lighting its city hall in the colours of the Union flag on Tuesday 23 May. Jerusalem is celebrating its own jubilee of reunification this June – it is 50 years since the Six Day War saw Israeli forces retake the occupied Old City. Read More

INDONESIAN CHRISTIAN’S JAIL SENTENCE BRINGS EMBARRASSMENT FOR PRINCE CHARLES

June 1, 2017 |

Last updated on June 5th, 2017 at 02:48 pm

THE JAILING OF THE CHRISTIAN GOVERNOR of Jakarta has brought embarrassment to Prince Charles.

The heir to the throne is patron of the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, which has just welcomed the Vice President of Indonesia, Muslim extremist Jusuf Kalla, to lecture on ‘Middle Path Islam: The Indonesian Experience’. Read More

AFTER PARIS, LET’S DITCH POLITICAL CORRECTNESS! And tell the truth!

November 30, 2015 |

Last updated on December 3rd, 2015 at 02:03 pm

clifford hill

THE INDESCRIBABLE HORROR of the Paris massacre of innocent civilians is still reverberating around the world. The co-ordinated attack upon soft targets of unarmed civilians was a cowardly act of brutality that shocked western world. Every western nation knows that it could happen to them. The question is which city will be next? Will it be London or Washington or Brussels, or even Berlin?
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Islamist power knocking at Whitehall

April 1, 2015 |

ISLAMIC RADICALS are infiltrating the heart of British political power, according to a Muslim leader.

The Telegraph (22 February) reports that Fiyaz Mughai, head of Tell Mama, a national organisation monitoring anti-Muslim attacks, has resigned from a ‘cross-Government working group on anti-Muslim hatred’ set up by Baroness Warsi, herself a Muslim and a former Cabinet minister. Read More

Queen’s chaplain: “Muslims should face up to Qu’ran’s violence”

March 31, 2015 |

Last updated on April 1st, 2015 at 05:44 pm

ONE OF THE QUEEN’S CHAPLAINS has spoken out about the violent sections of the Qu’ran.  Canon Dr Gavin Ashenden wrote of Islam’s lack of a ‘mechanism of restraint’ to violence compared to that of Jews and Christians in an article in The Times on 21 March.  Read More

Changing the mindset of militants

June 2, 2014 |

Rev Dr Clifford Hill

The plight of more than 270 SCHOOLGIRLS captured by Boko Haram in northern Nigeria has been occupying the world news for a long time. It was some three weeks before the Nigerian Government began to take the issue seriously although this group of violent terrorists have been troubling the northern of provinces of Nigeria for a number of years. Nearly 200 people were killed and hundreds wounded last month in the city of Jos which I have visited many times. Read More

A Christian Holocaust in our time

February 5, 2013 |

Last updated on March 14th, 2013 at 05:31 pm

It’s happening in the Middle East and Africa – and the West is funding it, says Sussex-based mediator and negotiator Howard Stern

A CHRISTIAN HOLOCAUST IN OUR TIME – is it possible?

The short answer is ‘Yes’.  Read More

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