British Muslims Offended by Christians Praying during Ramadan

A quote from Cranmer on his blog, 2 September 2008

A Christian group in Oxford has apologised to the city’s Muslims for having the audacity to organise a day of prayer during Ramadan. Oxfords Muslims found it ‘ill-conceived and insensitive’, not to mention ‘grossly insulting and inflammatory’.

The Muslim Education Centre of Oxford (MECO) has accused the Evangelical group ‘Open Doors UK’ of preaching ‘evangelical propaganda’.

Do not Muslims preach Islamic propaganda? Do the Christians in Oxford complain about this? Would the Muslims of Oxford apologise or even care if the Christians did complain about it?

But the greatest offence was taken because the Christians had dared to refer to their event as a ‘Call to Prayer’. Apparently, only Muslims may now use this term [...]

Interfaith appeal

Oh exalted muslim, can you ever in your boundless Mohammedan magnimity find it in your heart to forgive me for breathing and, thereby, wasting precious oxygen intended solely for consumption by believers? 

Yes, Master, I will be pleased to grovel.  How low?  Shall I dig a trench -- or a grave?