Wednesday, June 22, 2005

Britain - Religious Hate Law Closer

Britain's religious hate law took a step closer today.

Here is what the government says the law will do.

But Home Secretary Charles Clarke says the bill protects "people not faiths".


Doesn't seem to be working out that way in Australia.

A Christian pastor found guilty of vilifying muslims says he is prepared to go to jail in protest over Victoria's racial tolerance laws.

Two pastors involved with the Catch the Fire Ministries were last year found to have vilified Muslims at a Christian conference, and on a website, by suggesting the Koran promotes violence and terrorism.

The tribunal says an apology is appropriate.

So, these guys may go to jail for telling the truth. The Christians in Australia should take every Mosque to court for inciting racial hatred and use the Koran as evidence.

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