He went on to say he disagrees that the BBC is marginalizing religion. He claims the statement is on oversimplification and argues that Christianity is already well covered.
Britain, a nation with an overwhelming majority of Christians, has seen the volume of religious programming drop twelve percent over the last twenty years. Church leaders have been especially concerned that two popular and respected religious programs, Everyman, and Heart of the Matter have not been replaced leaving just two programs remain.
Ahmed, the networks first Muslim, said when asked about the future of Sons of Praise Ahmed replied, "Who knows what's going to happen in five years, ten year? I won't be here."
I don't want to take this leap, but I can't help but think that with a growing Muslim population in Europe, and the stated goal of Islam to dominate the world, there may be more than meets the eye here.
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