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Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Terry Jones refused entry to the UK

Extremism comes in several forms.

Terry Jones the Pastor immersed in controversy over his threats to burn the Quran on the anniversary of the terrorist attack on the former World Trade Centre now known as 9/11, has been refused entry to the UK.

he had intended to hold a Judge the Quran event on the 20th March during which he threatened to hold court over the Quran accusing the Islamic religious text of murder and persecution. He challenged Muslim's to come and debate with him over why the Quran should not be burnt.

Events like these stimulate hatred amongst people and should be condemned. The BPCA is pleased that the UK Government has rightly refused entry to a man who could have damaged the peaceful coexistence of British communities. Moreover, the actions of Pastor Terry Jones will only serve to ignite further the terrible extremism we see in Pakistan and other intolerant states.

The BPCA believe such preventative action should be taken against individuals promoting intolerance and hatred from any faith, political or cultural perspective.

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1 comment:

  1. James Cyprian in New York23 March 2011 at 15:44

    Hi Mr Wilson,
    Greetings and thanx for information about the killings in Hyderabad.
    Something needs to be done to stop killings and persecution of Christians in Pakistan. May God Bless the departed souls and May the Peace prevail in Pakistan and world wide.