Anti-dhimmitude. An update on this story.
By Jonathan Petre for the Telegraph:
The Church of England bishop who provoked a storm by claiming Islamic extremists were making some areas “no-go” zones for non-Muslims has said he stood by his comments.
The Bishop of Rochester, the Rt Rev Michael Nazir-Ali, faced calls for his resignation after his article in The Sunday Telegraph.
But speaking from India, where he is attending a conference, the bishop claimed successive governments had failed to foster an “integrating vision” for Britain.[…]
“I deeply regret any hurt and do not wish to cause offence to anyone, let alone my Muslim friends, but unless we diagnose the malaise from which we all suffer we shall not be able to discover the remedy,” he said.
Don’t hold your breath:
Gordon Brown said: “I know that there are pressures in many areas of the country but I don’t accept that there are or should be no-go areas in any part of the country.”