“Fearing they might offend someone, Red Cross stores in Britain have taken the Christian out of Christmas this year, banning any display of overtly religious decorations.” This from WorldNetDaily.
“At a shop in Ipswich, England, for example, Christmas cards are on display but none of them depict the classic Christian images of the birth of Christ, Joseph and Mary, and Bethlehem, the Evening Star newspaper of Ipswich reported.
“Instead, the store carries only cards with wintry, non-religious scenes.
“Its window display shows snowmen and tinsel.
“‘We are a non religious organization, but personally I think it has gone too far,’ a volunteer in the store told the newspaper. ‘I don’t think Muslims are offended by Christmas.'”
Even if they may be offended, part of what living in a pluralistic society means that you put up with the existence of certain things that may offend you.