UK: ‘Dhimmi’ Archbishop of Canterbury says there is too much hysteria over Islamization and Muslim radicalization in Britain

The Archbishop of Canterbury has warned against developing a “culture of fear” towards Muslims in Britain and said the proportion of Muslims in Britain who are radicalized remained “extraordinarily small.”

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Asian Image  The Most Rev Justin Welby said there was a danger of a “national culture of fear” over the issue. “Clearly there is an issue with people going to Syria and coming back highly radicalised. There is a problem with radicalization,” he said.

“But the proportion of Muslims who are radicalized is extraordinarily small and I’m just edgy about developing a national culture of fear because I don’t think that gets us anywhere and I think we’re in danger of slipping into a very fearful culture in which we see everyone against us and us against everyone and we’re constantly trying to defend ourselves.”

He added: “We’ve been becoming too hysterical about this subject for some considerable period and it is a worry because we have huge differences with Islam as Christians, but that is absolutely no reason for hostility. Quite the reverse.” (Idiot!)

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