The next person in Britain to be subject to Orwellianism is James McConnell
Police have launched a probe into a a potential hate crime after an outspoken evangelical pastor defended describing the Islamic faith as "satanic" and a "doctrine spawned in hell".
Senior Pastor James McConnell made the remarks as he addressed his congregation at the Whitewell Tabernacle Metropolitan Church on Sunday evening.
They were described as "very offensive", "hurtful" and "irresponsible" by a representative from the Belfast Islamic Centre.
There has also been an outcry on social media, with some calling for a police investigation into his comments.
One posted: "If this was a Muslim Imam speaking about Christianity, he would be arrested for inciting hatred."
What a laugh. It's already fact in Britain that a lot of Muslim hatemongers will otherwise be let off the hook, and penalties will be very lenient. They've been giving sanctuary to Anjem Choudhary for a long time now, so what do those people making unfounded claims expect to prove? The UK police should cease to harass the pastor immediately and respect his opinions, especially if he's researched the Koran.
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