Category: Religion & Ethics

The row over the media’s responsibilities continues. UK editors reject pleas to outlaw discrimination against ethnic and religious groups, says Press Gazette.

9 December 2020 By Paul Martin

Can the British media regulate itself, or should it be put under greater control? Here’s the Press Gazette’s take. Top editors have rejected calls to adopt a provision in the Editors’ Code of Practice banning discrimination against groups such as Muslims, Jews and migrant communities in the press. The Editors’ Code Committee (made up of […]

EXCLUSIVE: Can God be blamed for the deaths of hundreds of Christians in Sri Lanka one year ago? Or for the mass murders of 9-11? Or for the Corona Virus death toll? A top Catholic cardinal gives us his interpretation.

20 April 2020 By Paul Martin

By Paul Martin. God should not be made a “scapegoat” for the mass killings or suffering that occur in this world, says a leading Roman Catholic Cardinal. We should instead look to the failings of humans as the cause: especially those he claims are creating wars and conflict to fuel the purchase of weapons and […]

Who was there and said nothing? An Islamist’s 2012 remarks are now ammunition in yet another Labour Party anti-Semitism claim.

17 July 2019 By Paul Martin

By Paul Martin – Exclusive.  A prominent Egyptian Islamist who said Israelis were not genuine Jews or “followers of Moses” yesterday insisted that Seumas Milne and Andrew Murray, currently the two closest advisors to Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, were right not to contradict him as they sat together in a panel discussion.