My favourite line in the article is "Chipping Norton’s 30-strong muslim community...". I think this article shows the attitude of the area. In this age of multi-culturalism, a community is described as 'strong' when it makes up 0.5% of the population (Chipping Norton having a population of about 6000). Add to that the fact there were 28 objections, that's nearly 1 per Muslim, I think it highlights a problem of attitudes among those that live there.
A mosque in Chipping Norton
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Lovely story, and if I lived there I'd support it - not particularly for the Muslims' cause but because it would upset the locals.
It's so tempting to post comments on the Witney blog - now, what would be a good pseudonym ... God, Jehovah, Allah, Mohammed ...
I'd oppose it because I hate people of all religions equally. Old churches have some interesting architecture, but modern brain-washing centres tend to be fucking eyesores.
The one area where communists were right was banning religion. Except pagans, they seem ok.
I'd agree, except that the banner has told me that Rebecca is 3 miles away. Must dash....
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