If ever there were a need for religious literacy in world affairs, it is today with the passing of Lady Thatcher.
For if commentators don’t take her faith into the overall account of her political career, it is not possible to understand her.
People got hurt. But the country itself was dying. People have short memories. Or else they were cocooned from what menaced Britain up to the 1970s and beyond.
Edward Heath had declared a State of Emergency five times in three years.
The communist-inspired strikes thatRead more »
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As Islamophobia Awareness Month starts on Friday 2 November at the London Muslim Centre, here’s an example of Islamophilia, sent me by a Muslim friend, that might cheer things on a bit.
Christians in Delhi are running a madrasa for girls in a slum district.
They’re not just any old Christians either. They’re the inheritors of the extraordinary legacy of the Cambridge Brotherhood (since renamed Delhi Brotherhood Society) who founded St Stephen’s Hospital and St Stephen’s School – alma mater of Rajiv Gandhi.Read more »