Petition accusing BBC of marginalising Christians reaches 6,000 signatures

Sat 11 Mar 2017
By Marcus Jones
A petition which accuses the BBC of an orchestrated attempt to Islamise the UK, has reached 6,000 signatures.Campaign group Voice for Justice UK (VFJUK) says the corporation is deliberately marginalising Christianity despite it being the majority religion in the country.

It's calling for an urgent investigation into the governance and policy of the BBC, and for a review of the licence fee.

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Hindu groups in US demand apology from CNN

US-based Hindu organisations have demanded an apology from CNN and asked the news channel to stop further airing of a show which they allege promotes xenophobia and 'Hinduphobia'.A series of protests small and big were held across the US yesterday and more are scheduled against the airing of six-episode series "Believer with Reza Aslan" by the CNN.

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Student Satanists Announce Lamb Sacrifice and Bible Burning at Clemson U

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As most people know, demonic cults were a myth propagated in the 1990s with the hysteria of ritual abuse spreading throughout the US and Europe. They never existed, but it has become trendy for some people to emulate the imagined practices of Satanists. And now students at Clemson University have announced plans (via a poster) to perform a “live bloodletting and lamb sacrifice” and a burning of Bibles to commemorate the building of a new campus chapel.

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US lawmaker to write to Rajnath Singh over curbs on NGO

Sources said that this will be a last-ditch effort to save Compassion International, which has announced its exit from the country on March 15 as a result of the funding curbs.US Congressman Ed Royce is planning to write to Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh over India’s order stopping Compassion International (CI) from accepting foreign donations, American government sources told The Indian Express on Friday. He is likely to urge Singh to grant temporary reprieve on the order so that the charity may re-establish its work in India.

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