A Christian prison chaplain, who last year was forced out of his position, said Islamists took over the Bible classes at the London prison he served at.  Evangelical pastor Paul Song, who has recently been reinstated by HMP Brixton in London following an independent review, told The Mail that he was initially ousted after he was accused by a Muslim chaplain of being a “terrorist.” Song insists that the

truth of the matter is that radical jihadists “who backed ISIS,” the terror group, hijacked his Bible classes and influenced the running of the prison. “My courses were often disrupted in this way. Two or three would often come to my classes and rant about different things like how the actions of suicide bombers were justified. There was nothing I could do,” he recalled. Song, who was born in South Korea, says that he was racially abused and attacked for his Christian faith by the Islamic militants. READ MORE