Friday, 24 November 2006

Nadia's Cross update

Nadia's CrossSuspended British Airways employee Nadia Eweida has become an international Christian celebrity. She's received financial help from US Christians and her case is to be raised at the UN. More than 100 MPs have signed parliamentary motions asking BA to re-think its ban, which House of Commons leader Jack Straw describes as "wholly inexplicable" (click HERE for link). The Bishop of London, the Rt Rev Richard Chartres, has declared that BA's stance "smacks of religious intolerance". H-e-a-v-y! (Click title link.)
For months, Coxsoft Art has been warning that the UK Establishment's policy of sucking up to Islam is going to lead to a backlash. Government is mainly to blame, but Prince Charles and some leading art galleries and museums have stoked the fire. BA is copping the bad publicity, but it's the UK Establishment which needs to have a re-think. Nadia's cross is merely the start.


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