Christian singers deported from England, while Islamic leader dreams of running the country

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Christian singers deported from England, while Islamic leader dreams of running the country

Yet another sign of the decline and fall of the British empire, on home turf. A christian musician and people wanting to volunteer at a soup center were denied entrance, while an Islamic leader said he wanted to see the “flag of Allah” flying over Downing Street, with all women wearing burkas and caning for drunkenness.

A prominent Christian musician and a team of college-age missionaries were recently deported from the United Kingdom under new immigration rules that require religious workers to be sponsored by a licensed organization and obtain visas to enter the country.

In early March, Colorado-based singer Don Francisco was denied entrance into London and a Master's Commission team from Arkansas was deported from Scotland because immigration officials said they needed work visas under new regulations introduced in November.
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One of the things that has been said to me over the last few days is that Christians have to operate under the radar all over the world. But this is the first time they may be forced to do it in this country.
said Judy Littler Manners, a Christian leader based London.

Francisco was scheduled to participate in the Christian musical Why Good Friday, which includes 10 of his songs. But when he arrived at Heathrow Airport on March 2, he was detained, fingerprinted and escorted onto a flight back to the U.S., because immigration officials said he lacked the proper paperwork.
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I felt like they were looking for reason to keep me out. Anyone who goes into England from this point on for any reason other [than] to be a tourist and just spend money had better have their ducks in a row.
said Francisco, who has traveled throughout the U.K. for 30 years without incident.

The previous day, a Master's Commission team from Arkansas was denied entrance into Scotland when an immigration worker learned they would be volunteering in soup kitchens in partnership with Assemblies of God churches in Edinburgh.
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She told us that we'd have to have a work visa. So essentially you can stay [in the U.K.] as a tourist for six months, but if you want to volunteer some of your time working in a soup kitchen, you have to have a work visa.
said Craig Johnson, associate youth minister at Harvest Time Church in Fort Smith, Ark., and leader of the missions team.

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Meanwhile a Muslim fundamentalist leader today told of his vision of Britain under Sharia law.

Anjem Choudary said he wanted the “flag of Allah” flying over Downing Street, all women wearing burkas and caning for drunkenness.

He is the leader of Ahlus Sunnah wal Jamaah, founded as a successor to the banned fundamentalist sect al-Muhajiroun, which was led by now-exiled preacher Omar Bakri Muhammad.

The self-proclaimed Sharia judge admitted his followers had organised protests against British soldiers in Luton this week, waving placards which called them “murderers” for their conduct in Iraq.

Mr Choudary, a 41-year-old lawyer, said he was proud to be reviled.
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It's inevitable that when you offer an alternative morality and way of life many people will hate you for it. This alternative morality would mean a pure Islamic state with Sharia law in Britain.

Every woman, whether Muslim or non-Muslim, would have to wear a traditional burka and cover everything apart from her face and hands in public. In matters to do with the judicial system and the penal code, one male witness is sufficient to counter the testimony of two females. People who commit adultery would be stoned to death.
he said.
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By netchicken: posted on 14-3-2009








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