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originally posted by: sapien82
a reply to: Vroomfondel
If you check my post again I said the west I didn't specifically say the US alone , what I really mean is the US , UK, France , and the rest of Europe who had been involved in conflict in the Middle east.
originally posted by: Flighty
a reply to: TonyS
Well according to what I can see online, Luton has "only just" surpassed the numbers of Islamists than those who identify as Christian.
So it sounds just a bit over 50/50 which is still a LOT of Christians...
As well as Birmingham, Islam is now the dominant religion among children in Leicester, Bradford,Luton, Slough and the London boroughs of Newham, Redbridge and Tower Hamlets. But the overall pattern across the country, however, shows that Christianity is still the dominant religion in every part of England and Wales.
Article is dated September last year, so relatively up to date ....
Also the latest census results say pretty much the same...
So as I said originally, the omission of the Christian viewpoint in the doco was deafening as they still are the dominant religion numbers wise. But I guess it's a case of the squeaky door gets the oil or those who make the most ruckus get heard the most.
But its just something I've noticed in a lot of these docomentaries where right wing political groups are included in a religious debate when it comes to Islam rather than the Christian perspective who are the ones in the line of sight of the radicals. Seems weird to me ( or by design, who knows.)