Published: 09:30 GMT Daylight Time - Thursday 09 August 2012
Operation Nehemiah: News update #57
Country/Region: United Kingdom, Europe
UK: Christians receive apology after council banned Bible tract distribution
Gloucester City Council has admitted it was wrong to stop Christians distributing leaflets containing passages from the Bible at an event in the city centre.
UK: Children's play centre bans fathers to avoid offence to Muslim women
A children's play centre in Birmingham has become the first one of its kind to ban fathers from the premises to avoid offending Muslim women.
UK: BBC Trust "regrets" offence caused by Paxman's Old Testament comments
The BBC Trust has ruled that Newsnight host Jeremy Paxman caused unintentional offence when referring to a literal belief in the Old Testament as "stupid" and to Genesis as "religious hogwash" in an interview with Richard Dawkins.
UK: Parents jailed for 25 years for daughter's "honour" killing
A Pakistani Muslim couple murdered their westernised daughter, Shafilea Ahmed, because they were more concerned about shame in their community than about their children, a judge said.
UK: Twins jailed for sending charity funds to jihadist brother
Identical twins from East London who raised thousands of pounds for their brother while he was undergoing terrorism training in Somalia have been jailed for three years each.
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