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|0003||Church of England refuses to support war-mongers|
|0002||The glories of democracy|
0003 Church of England refuses to support war-mongers
Length: 873 words = 5200 characters
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- Church of England refuses to support war-mongers.
- English churches commemorate 11 September
- 11 September: English churches teach through silence
- Blackburn commemorates 11 September
- A multi-ethnic community remembers 11 September
Editorial introduction: Blackburn is one hour north of Manchester, in the North West of England. 20% of its population is Muslim. There is also a small Hindu and Sikh community. Generally Blackburnians are calm and live together in harmony. There are even some very close friendships between Muslims and non-Muslims. Klaus Bung describes how Blackburnians commemorated 11 Sep at their Cathedral.
0002 The glories of democracy
|Full Version 1:||Length: 1411 words = 6696 characters|
|Shortened version 2:||Length: 323 words = 2500 characters|
It has been argued that the USA need not be subject to the newly established International Criminal Court because it is a democracy and democracies do not commit war crimes. Klaus Bung looks at this fond belief from a historical perspective.
0001 The conversion
Length: 779 words = 3515 characters
Summary: Of two Muslim twin brothers from Bradford one becomes a Christian. Some years later the two meet in order to decide once and for all which is the true faith. (Based on a German story by Johann Peter Hebel.)