This story should clear up any lingering doubts as to whose side authorities in Britainistan take in the 1,400-year-old struggle between Christianity and Islam:
A British father has been banned from taking his son to a church after the boy’s Muslim mother won a controversial court order preventing the boy from attending.
The father – a non-practising Muslim who has forged close connections to his local Christian community and is divorced from the boy’s mother – has been warned that he could be denied access to the nine-year-old if he attempts to take him to church or to a leisure centre it runs.
Now the father, who was born in the UK to Pakistani parents, is challenging the ruling made by District Judge [Sue] Williscroft at Derby County Court earlier this month. …
‘This judge is simply scared of being branded Islamophobic,’ he said. ‘I want my son to have a balanced life in which he is exposed to different faiths and can make up his own mind about which, if any, religion he follows. …
‘If I don’t show him other types of life he will become just like a dumb sheep. I want him to see and learn about different cultures.’
Sorry, exposure to local culture would be a violation of multicultural principles. It could lead to assimilation, which is clearly not on the official agenda.
The father, unnamed for legal reasons, doesn’t want his son to undergo the same brainwashing he went through himself:
‘He is being fed the same lies I was as a child and I want better for him. This judge was so busy being politically correct that she has ignored the influence of myself as a loving father. I am terrified that he will stop wanting to see me because of his indoctrination. …
‘I was taught that Christians were heartless and immoral, that only Muslims have a peaceful faith and all others are evil. It was only when I began mixing with Christians that I learned this was nonsense.’
Once the parents led a Western lifestyle. But then the darkness pulled one of them back…
[H]is Pakistani-born wife turned to the Muslim faith after her father’s death in 2007, when her mother told her that because he had not adhered to his faith he was in Hell, and would remain there unless she became a devout Muslim.
She began attending a madrasa – an Islamic place of learning – wearing a hijab and shunning the couple’s Christian friends. She left her husband in 2013, taking their son with her. The couple divorced last year.
The boy lives with his mother but sees his father every other weekend. ‘After my divorce, the Christian community embraced me,’ the man said.
‘They run many activities my son enjoys so I go to the church and would like to take my son.
‘But when his mother found out, she applied to the court and won the order which prevents the boy being taken to any Christian building.’
Needless to say, no one is forbidden from taking children into Muslim buildings.
On a tip from seaoh.