Londonistan, here we come

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   I usually like to do my own reporting for this blog, but I had to include this post from a British newspaper about two American Christian evangelists who were told they could not witness to their faith in a certain Birmingham, U.K. neighborhood because it’s a “Muslim area.” Read about it here.

   When Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali of Rochester (also of the UK) warned here last November parts of the country were developing into “no go” areas for non-Muslims, he got plenty of condemnation. Then the archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, suggested on Feb. 7 in a speech that Britain ought to institute some forms of sharia law. He got calls to resign for that gaffe but he never really retracted it.

 May I suggest folks take a trip to northern Nigeria, where 11 (at last count) provinces have adopted sharia law, to see what life is like there?

 

<p><em>&mdash; <a href=”mailto:jduin@washingtontimes.com”>Julia Duin</a>, assistant national editor/religion, The Washington Times</em></p>.

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Julia Duin

Julia Duin

Julia Duin is the Times' religion editor. She has a master's degree in religion from Trinity School for Ministry (an Episcopal seminary) and has covered the beat for three decades. Before coming to The Washington Times, she worked for five newspapers, including a stint as a religion writer for the Houston Chronicle and a year as city editor at the ...

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