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Tag Archives: extremists
Does Islam Teach Violence?
By Paul Salahuddin Armstrong Co-Director, AOBM A commentary and response to an article entitled, “Does the Koran Teach Violence” by Weylan Deaver. “The New Testament teaches Christians are at war with evil. But Christians fight with spiritual (i.e. non-physical) weapons … Continue reading
Respect Our Armed Forces
As an Englishman of the Muslim faith, I’m doubly disgusted by the actions of a minority of insensitive extremists, who protested in the name of my religion against the British Armed Forces in Luton. Together with the vast majority of … Continue reading
A teddy called Muhammad
Truly sad… The protesters should be ashamed of themselves, as should the Sudanese court system. Are they going to sentence people for calling teddy bears Adam, Moses or Jesus? It would be no different! We love and respect all the … Continue reading
By Paul Salahuddin Armstrong I’m not much in favour of telling people what to wear and what not to, which is in effect what a ban would do… However, isn’t that the whole issue surrounding niqab? Muslim women have been … Continue reading →