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‘No-go’ bishop gets death threats

by Bill Bowder

THE BISHOP of Rochester, Dr Michael Nazir-Ali, has been given an emergency police alarm, after receiving death threats.

His chaplain, Canon Tony Smith, confirmed that the Bishop had received threatening phone calls, after his comments about no-go areas in Britain for non-Muslims. The news came in the same week that the Archbishop of Canterbury described Muslim-Christian relations in Britain as good.

Canon Smith said on Tuesday that he had taken the phone calls ...

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Thu 24 Jul 14 @ 9:40
Meriam Ibrahim, recently freed from a death sentence for apostasy in Sudan, has flown to Italy.

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