We have seen in Part One of this article how far Western standards of human rights differ from those guaranteed by Islam. One obvious outcome of this disparity is, of course, that citizens of Muslim countries are accorded fewer rights than their counterparts in liberal democracies.
National Union of Teachers (NUT) delegates condemned efforts by Ofsted, the chief regulator of British schools, to ban the hijab, a Muslim head covering, in primary schools. Ofsted said the measure was aimed at promoting the integration of Muslim pupils.
Despite escalating worries about Russia in past weeks, the skies did not fall in as a result of the American-led punitive raid on Syria’s chemical weapons storage and research facilities Saturday morning.
‘It is my responsibility to acknowledge the hostility that you have shown to the Jewish community, and the anti-Semitic statements and actions you have allowed as leader of the Labour Party U.K.,’ said Israel’s Labor head Avi Gabbay.
Chanting ‘Enough is Enough,’ some 2,000 people rallied Monday outside the Parliament in London to protest anti-Semitism in the British Labour Party. They criticized Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, whom British Jewish leaders have charged with enabling anti-Semitism in the party.