The leaders of every single major religion in Britain have called upon the U.K. Government to take in even more Third World invaders in an unprecedented joint “interfaith declaration.”
Signed by leaders from Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Hindu, Jain, Muslim, Sikh, and Zoroastrian congregations, the declaration called for “safe and legal routes” in the UK for the invaders.
The “Interfaith Refugee Initiative” issued an open letter to the British government this week, signed by more than 200 of the country’s church leaders, bishops, rabbis, and other religious figures.
“As people of faith, we call on your Government urgently to revise its policy toward refugees,” the letter said.
The “immediate and viable steps” that the Government should take to “offer sanctuary to more refugees” include, the letter says, creating “safe, legal routes of travel,” and “adopting fair and humane family reunion policies for refugees.”
The religious leaders all ignore the reality that there is not a single legal refugee in Europe—because every single one even claiming to have fled Syria, only qualifies as a “refugee” in the first neighboring safe country.
Once a “refugee” crosses two safe countries—or, as in the UK’s case, ten safe countries, they are no longer “refugees” but simply illegal immigrants.
Nonetheless, the religious leaders claim that the UK must “take a fair and proportionate share of refugees, both those already within Europe and those still outside it.”
Furthermore, the declaration demands that the government must establish “safe and legal routes to the UK, as well as to the rest of Europe,” and that there should be “access to fair and thorough procedures to determine eligibility for international protection wherever it is sought.”
Among the 224 signatories are Rowan Williams, Former Archbishop of Canterbury; Harun Rashid Khan, Secretary-General, Muslim Council of Britain; Sanjay Jagatia, Secretary General, Hindu Council UK; Lord Singh CBE of Wimbledon, Director of the Network of Sikh Organisations (UK); Baroness Rabbi Julia Neuberger, Senior Rabbi to the West London Synagogue; Jamie Cresswell, President of the European Buddhist Union; Nemu Chandaria, Chair, One JAIN, Institute of Jainology; Malcolm Deboo, President of the Zoroastrian Trust Funds of Europe; David Chillingworth, Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church; Mohammad Shahid Raza, Chairman, Mosques and Imams National Advisory Board; Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner, Senior Rabbi to Reform Judaism; Barry Morgan, Archbishop of Wales; Danny Rich, Senior Rabbi to Liberal Judaism; Jonathan Wittenberg, Senior Rabbi to Masorti Judaism; Gregorios, Archbishop of Thyateira and Great Britain; Bishop Angaelos, General Bishop, Coptic Orthodox Church; Russell Barr, Moderator of the General Assembly, The Church of Scotland; Roger Walton, President of the Methodist Conference; Kevin Watson, Moderator of the General Assembly, United Reformed Church; Paul Parker, Recording Clerk for Quakers in Britain; Clive Adams, Territorial Commander, The Salvation Army, UK and Republic of Ireland; and Sheikh Sayed Razawi, Director General of the Scottish Ahlul Bayt society.
In addition, the bishops of almost every city in Britain from the Anglican and Catholic churches also signed the declaration, along with a multitude of rabbis and imams.