Cambridge meets Jordan's "towering figures in inter-religious dialogue and one of the foremost (muselmanic) thinkers across the world"

Da’awa, interfaith duplicity  and bombast from the mental desert of the plucky little king:

By Harry Hagopian via Mullah
8 May 2012

Last week, I had the pleasure of being invited to an inter-faith talk at the lovely St James’s Church in Piccadilly, London, which was designed by Sir Christopher Wren in 1684. Entitled ‘In It Together – Muslim/Christian Relations: Co-operation not Conflict’, the event was organised by BibleLands and the guest speaker was HRH Princess Badiya Bint El-Hassan of Jordan. The respondent was Professor David Ford,Regius Professor of Divinity at Cambridge University.

IR staff with HRH The Prince of Wales and HRH Princess Badiya bint El Hassan of Jordan

Some readers might perhaps not be aware that Princess Badiya hails from the Jordanian Royal Hashemite Family and that she supports practical work to promote inter-faith and cross-cultural understanding. Moreover, her father – HRH Prince Hassan Bin Talal of Jordan – is one of the towering figures in interreligious dialogue and perhaps also one of the foremost thinkers across the world.

More “towering figures” and “foremost thinking” (in apostasy?) at Ekklesia

2 thoughts on “Cambridge meets Jordan's "towering figures in inter-religious dialogue and one of the foremost (muselmanic) thinkers across the world"”

  1. We should be wary of Prince Charles as king, sadly he loves the Muzzies and identifies with Muslim absolutism. It is an ideology that he shares and agrees with and makes no bones about it, and as defender of the kingdom, feels that his protection is extended towards Islam, as well.

    We will have to wait and see if his protectionism implies a subversion of Christianity and the indigenous population.

  2. One of the worlds “foremost” thinkers???!!!! Honestly, these left wing journalists are such imbeciles!!

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