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    SurprisedByJoyce wrote:
    mustnotgrumble wrote:
    bluebluerobin wrote:
    There are lesson for Bradford from the Rotherham scandal. The police knew what was going on but didn't do anything for fear of upsetting the ruling Labour Group. The Labour Group did nothing because it would mean upsetting their core vote.

    We have the same situation in Bradford with the Labour Group supporting the IS affiliated terrorists in Palestine and snubbing the Israelis who are fighting to defend civilised western values. The reasons behind this have nothing to do with human principles and everything to do with the ballot box.
    Every commentator bar bierley must b livin on another planet. If the facts dont suit u why not make some up. Fact IS hav nothing to do with hamas, who are democratically elected as verified by "western u.n observers" simply because warmongers like George Bush with Blair&Cameron say does not make them terrorists. Remember Sinn Fein/IRA proven mainland U.K bombers we gave them ministers job with 100k salaries and they outright refused to honour allegiance to the queen. Fact the biggest single perpetrator of horrific paedophilia is the Catholic Church, conveniently hushed up&brushed under the carpet. Lest not forget these priests were their teachers. Fact nowhere in the faith of islam is it required to cover one's face, merely distorted interpretation and easy to pick on by anti muslims. The so called democracy u refer to ie Jews hav stolen land, army occupied, killed,murdered, imprisoned innocent children without trial, demolished households and hav no interest in peace until their objectives are complete. 1 kill/Commit full genocide against every Palestinian. 2 Purposefully obstruct every peace effort made by any country in the world. 3 Totally steal every inch of land belonging to the indiginous Palestinians under the b.s guise of security. Seems strange western "democracies killed 1million iraqi's" because it ignored u.n resolutions whilst the Jews can ignore as they wish and we turn the other cheek.
    Jews are civilised and Muslims are not. All they are doing is defending themselves against Islamic agression. Something our Council seems to have forgotten. Every time I turn on the news there seems to be another story of Muslim barbarity. Rotherham is just the latest.

    I would rather live in Israel than Gaza and bring up my children there because Israelis

    don’t kill people for not being Jewish
    have freedom of speech
    don’t mutilate their daughters
    don’t cover their women in public
    don’t stone people (mostly women) to death
    don’t pour acid over their relatives for some imagined slight
    don’t mutilate criminals
    don’t behead people
    don’t crucify people

    Either Muslims change their ways or they should be forced to leave the country. Civilised people can't be expected to live under the barbarism of Sharia law.
    You might also have added that Jews don't rant anti-British hate from the synagogues and street corners. They certainly don't explode bombs on the tube.

    It's a real pity but if we have to take sides between the Jews and the Muslims then the Jews are by far the better choice."
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Expert on interfaith relations announced as new Area Bishop for Bradford

The Reverend Jonathan Gibb, The Right Reverend Nick Baines, the Reverend Toby Howarth.

The Reverend Jonathan Gibb, The Right Reverend Nick Baines, the Reverend Toby Howarth.

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Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photograph of the Author by , T&A Reporter

DOWNING Street today announced the appointment of two Area Bishops for Bradford and Huddersfield.

The Reverend Dr Toby Howarth, currently Secretary for Inter Religious Affairs to the Archbishop of Canterbury and National Inter Religious Affairs Adviser for the Church of England, will be the Bishop of Bradford.

The Reverend Dr Jonathan Gibbs, currently Rector of Heswall in the Diocese of Chester, will be the first ever Bishop of Huddersfield - one of five areas in the diocese, which each have their own bishop.

The Right Reverend Nick Baines, Bishop of West Yorkshire & the Dales, said: “Toby brings expertise in teaching, pastoral care, leadership and interfaith relations at parish, national and international level. This is an important appointment for the Church of England and for Bradford where he will serve as Area Bishop.

“Jonathan brings wide experience at parish, diocesan, national and international level.”

Both bishops will be consecrated at York Minster on October 17.

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