Bibles banned from university halls of residence for not being ‘appropriately multicultural’

Well thank goodness, I’m certain Prince Charlie is pleased.

  • iam

    What is a bible? 2067

  • Clearly, multicultural is interpreted as meaning any culture but our own!

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    What, are they afraid they will offend the Philistines?

  • David Murrell

    At my university (University of New Brunswick) a big part of international students are church going Christians. So banning Bibles actually works against those students (I won’t say the word “multiculturalism”, since multicult is very anti-Christian). So what banning Bibles is is a move to placate Muslims — the only group who hotly objects to Bibles. But Muslims aren’t that numerous on must campuses. They’re noisy, and belong activist groups, but they are far outnumbered by Christian Orientals, Hindu Indians and other southeast Asians. On my campus, even Africans outnumber Muslims.

    This is just a dhimmi anti-Christian, pro-Islam move.

  • LauraS

    So, a book that mentions Jews, Arabs, Africans, Egyptians and Gentiles isn’t considered multicultural enough. Got it.

  • WalterBannon

    As an atheist, these students offend me with their micro aggression against the west’s christian based culture. If they don’t like it, they should go to school in Syria.

  • roccolore

    Let me guess. Korans are still allowed.

  • Edubeat

    Re Pic: Florence of Arabia

  • King Charlie the Raghead will convert the Westminster Abbey into the largest mosque in England.

  • All the more reason to have a Bible in the rooms.

  • Alice

    I’ll bet the Koran is not banned.