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Just been listening to the World at One as I wash up after lunch, and heard the disgusting sound of Inayat Bunglawala losing what little credibility he might have had by defending Islam4UK. It's not that I think a state ban on them is a good thing, it's just that using any breath defending them is a waste, and when it's done by the MCB it reflects badly on the mass of ordinary Muslims who apparently support the ban [listen from 14:27 here]. Anyway, this prompts me to link to Voltaire's Priest here, who expresses my views exactly.