Pastor accused of broadcasting “grossly offensive” message against Islam cleared of all charges


People in Northern Ireland still have some free speech.

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A Northern Irish pastor accused of broadcasting a “grossly offensive” message has been cleared of all charges. James McConnell was charged under the 2003 Communications Act having live-streamed a sermon in which he claimed Islam was “heathen”, “satanic” and “a doctrine spawned in Hell.” In the same sermon, he also stated “People say there are good Muslims in Britain – that may be so – but I don’t trust them.” You can read more details about the case here.

I get called that stuff all the time.  You’ll get used to it, Mohammed.

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1 Response to Pastor accused of broadcasting “grossly offensive” message against Islam cleared of all charges

  1. Toastrider says:

    If people think that’s rough, they’ve never played an online game which involves player-vs-player combat.

    ‘Faggot’ is usually the LEAST offensive thing coming out of some kid’s keyboard, though I usually derail it but asking in confusion, “What? You’re calling me a log, or a bundle of sticks?”.

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