The war against Islamic extremism and terror continues but has also caused some ‘collateral damage’ in the form of a plan targeting other groups that are, by all indications, comparatively low or no risk.   Christianity explained that the trajectory of the plan was a consequence of the “Trojan Horse” incidence in 2014, when some staff members of Birmingham school board allegedly tried to take over the public school system by “co-ordinated, deliberate and sustained action” to introduce “intolerant and aggressive Islamic ethos” in schools, according to a report by UK Department of Education, dated July 2014.

Morgan Lee for Christianity Today recently reviewed how the aftermath is now affecting non-Muslims and particularly Christian churches in the United Kingdom (U.K). Last summer, British Prime Minister David Cameron laid out a five-year plan to combat growing Islamist extremism. But ambiguous language in one of the policies meant to regulate extremist Muslim schools has British evangelicals raising the red flag. READ MORE