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  • (what might be called "religitigation") in which believers and activists attempt by law to extend their rights over others.

    The Guardian World News


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  • By yarb, he's got it!

    December 17, 2009

  • Yeah, there's definitely something wrong about a soft g and a hard g in such close proximity.

    December 17, 2009

  • If you hate something, give it a name nobody can pronounce.

    December 17, 2009

  • I’m not the only person to have noticed a sharp increase in the numbers of legal cases involving complaints by religious people that their rights have been infringed because their beliefs have been insufficiently respected – the recent acquittal of Ben and Sharon Vogelenzang, who were charged with using threatening, abusive or insulting words which were religiously aggravated against a Muslim convert, is another example. It may be worth mentioning that the Vogelenzangs were also supported by the Christian Institute.

    To be fair, I like many others have sympathy for the Vogelenzangs and am glad they were acquitted. They were the victims of what I’m tempted to call the religitigation culture, and their case shows that religious believers themselves can be the victims of it just as much as anyone else.

    But I’m concerned about religitigation and the role of activists like the Christian Institute in promoting it.

    From Head of Legal

    December 17, 2009