Saturday, August 18, 2007

Double Standards @ BBC

The Koran’s take on Jesus, compliments of the BBC. Patrick Sookhdeo, an Anglican canon and spokesman for the Barnabas Fund, which works with persecuted Christians, accused broadcasters of double standards. Mr Sookhdeo, who was born a Muslim and converted to Christianity in 1969, said: "How would the Muslim community respond if ITV made a programme challenging Muhammad as the last prophet?"

Mental Experiment: Imagine a media representative in 1935 whose ideology is multiculturalism circa 2007. He or she wants to present democratic, monarchical, fascist, and National Socialist ideals on a radio show. Is this a realistic project? Why? Why not? Defend your position.

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