[Ed. – The lengths to which western civilization is going to persuade the Left that it is not ‘Islamophobic’ are ridiculous.]
A Church of England vicar has criticised for organising a celebration Ramadan in her parish church.
The Reverend Lissa Scott agreed for the celebration of the Muslim fast to take place in St Matthew and St Luke’s church in Darlington.
As part of the event, the Reverend agreed to ‘cover up’ the church’s cross and a copy of The Light of the World, a well-known devotional painting of Jesus by the pre-Raphaelite artist William Holman Hunt.
It is believed men who from a nearby mosque were invited to pray in the aisle of the church, while Muslim women were offered an adjoining set of rooms.
The plans were discussed at a church meeting on May 9 attended by the Rev Scott, former Darlington mayor of Gerald Lee, and a number of local Muslim representatives.