If you thought religious discrimination was getting bad in Britain, it’s just got a whole lot worse:
A foster mother has been struck off the register for allowing a Muslim girl in her care to convert to Christianity…. Although she is a practising Anglican, she said she had put no pressure on the girl who was baptised last year at the age of 16. She said social workers had also raised no objections to her own attendance at church.
But officials insist she failed in her duty to preserve the girl’s religion and should have tried to stop the baptism.
Last April, they ruled that the girl, now 17, should stay away from church for six months. …
Mike Judge, a spokesman for [the Christian Institute], said: ‘All people should be free to change or modify their religious beliefs. ‘That surely must be a core human right in any free society.
‘I cannot imagine that an atheist foster carer would be struck off if a Christian child in her care stopped believing in God. This is the sort of double standard which Christians are facing in modern Britain.
So the local government officials have:
– Forbidden a Christian from attending church.
– Punished a woman for allowing someone to change their religion (how on earth do you stop a 16 year old from changing their religion anyway?).
That is government suppression of freedom of religion, as practiced under communism and Islamic law. It has no place in either a Christian or a secular country.
Prepare for an influx of (still more) British migrants, fleeing Islam. Hopefully we can resist the same sick policies here.