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Archbishop of York says Christians Take More Knocks from the BBC than Others

October 15, 2008

In a newspaper interview Dr John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York, said Christians “get more knocks” than other groups from the BBC. “They see themselves as holding the flag for Britain and that Britain is definitely secular and atheist,” he said. “I want them to have their say but not to lord it over the rest of us.” When asked about the reported anti-Christian bias of the BBC Dr Sentamu said: “We get more knocks, they can do to us what they dare not do to the Muslims. We are fair game because they can get away with it.”

BBC Director Justifies Rougher Treatment of Christianity

October 13, 2008

Mr Thompson, the head of the BBC said in October 2008 that Christianity ought to get rougher treatment than other religions such as Islam. He said minority religions are often associated with an ethnic identity and are less integrated.

Atheist ideas endanger genuine pluralism

September 30, 2008

BBC: "Vicar Gags Pass, Imam Gags Don't"

April 26, 2008

Bel Elton, scriptwriter and author: "There is no doubt about it, the BBC will let vicar gags pass but they would not let imam gags pass. I believe that part of it is due to the genuine fear that the authorities and the communities have about provoking the radical elements of Islam".

Secularist British MPs assault UK Bishop

March 1, 2008

Orthodox Bishop criticizes growing Christianophobia

January 25, 2008

Cardinal Schönborn on Turning the Other Cheek with Regard to the Public Debate

January 25, 2008

"Jesus said to disciples to turn „the other cheek“ if they got hit on one. But he also asked those who hit him unjustly: „Why did you hit me?“ Christians in Europe are beginning to ask their allegedly very toleranted opponents: Why are you hitting the Church, and us? Are we doing anything evil by defending the family, unborn life, by helping Europe to have children, which are the future?"

Archbishop Mamberti condemns Christophobia

January 11, 2008

Sarkozy Calls for "Positive Secularism" Seeing Religion as Asset

December 31, 2007

"...I call for the emergence of a positive secularism, that is to say a secularism which, while ensuring freedom of thought, freedom to believe and not to believe, freedom which does not consider religions a danger, but rather an asset."