In not so great britain : Christian prison chaplain says prisoners forced to convert to Islam, Muslim chaplain gets him fired
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Jihad Watch : Prisons in the UK and the US are becoming breeding grounds for
jihadis. In the UK, Paul Song called attention to this fact, and ended
up getting fired by the Muslim managing chaplain after false accusations
from a Muslim inmate.
The shattered, staggering, dhimmi UK will before too long reap what it is sowing in its prisons. “Brixton prison’s Christian chaplain ‘forced out of his role after an
Imam at the jail accused him of extremism’ claims inmates are forced to
convert to Islam for protection behind bars,” by Charlie Bayliss, Mailonline, February 11, 2018:
A prison chaplain who claims he was ousted from his role
after he was accused of promoting ‘extreme’ Christian views by his
Muslim boss has revealed inmates are being forced to convert to Islam
for protection behind bars. Paul Song said he had been hit by Muslim inmates at HMP Brixton and
that he believed the ‘Christian faith is not equal’ in prison.
48-year-old said: ‘Some people have been forced to convert with
violence. How do I know? Because three or four people come up to me to
tell me. This is a very sensitive issue.’ One prisoner has come forward
and made a signed statement that
prisoners were forced to convert to Islam after serving time in 2015. Mr
Song says he was removed from his job south London amid accusations
that his teachings were ‘too radical
The former police officer maintains the sacking was also on the basis
of false accusations from a Muslim inmate, who said Mr Song referred to
him a ‘terrorist’. Mr Song said his position at HMP Brixton came under scrutiny after Mohammed Yusuf Ahmed became managing chaplain in 2015. He told the Sunday Express: ‘I never said those things. I would never
make those comments. I have worked in the prisons for many years with
many faiths and there were no complaints.
‘They made a wrong allegation and I didn’t know what was happening when I got an email telling me to come back.’ He claimed the imam told him he was intent on changing ‘the Christian
domination’ within HMP Brixton, according to the Sunday Times. Management said it sacked the 48-year-old following ‘allegations of
misconduct’, and that Mr Ahmed had accused him of ‘being unfavourable to
Mr Song, who now works as a pastor in Sutton, south London, was removed from his post in August.