Monday, April 17, 2006

No to Evangelical Christians, yes to Sharia?

Canadians are becoming increasingly uneasy about mixing religion and politics and they'd be more likely to vote for a party lead by an atheist or a Muslim than an evangelical Christian, suggests a new poll.


Wow! So much for Mr. Syed's paranoid illusions about increased "Islamophobia" in Canada hein?

This part I found funny:

Mr. Grenville said he believes there's been a bit of a backlash against the divisive political debate in the last couple of years over same-sex marriage.

"To me it suggests a growing divide in Canadian culture where religion can become that wedge that pushes people apart," he said.

Main irony here? Muslims for the most part don't believe in the so-called seperation of Church and State. And the way which many muslims view the matter of same-sex marriage would even make the likes of Jerry Falwell and Hal Lindsey blush.


At Wednesday, 19 April, 2006, Blogger KNL said...

I'd rather be led by an atheist than an evangelical or Muslim personally. i

At Thursday, 20 April, 2006, Blogger Libyan Warrior( The King Of Al-Andalaus) said...


At Saturday, 29 April, 2006, Anonymous Neil said...

Y'know what I don't get about the separation of church and state? When people who are against the separation (religious types) state matter-of-factly that Canada has never had a formal separation, when it was fought for and earned in middle ages Britain, the legal foundation of which forms our government and traditions.

Great blog btw!

At Friday, 16 July, 2010, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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