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Livingstone opened the debate by citing London as a model for the global community. He noted that the city now boasts a population consisting heavily of residents who were not born in the UK, and implied that London was chosen to host the Olympics because more languages are spoken there than in any other major city in the world. Proof of this, he said, is that after the July 7, , attacks on the London transportation system, Londoners did not target Muslims because they, like their mayor, recognized that the city's large Muslim population had "contributed much that was good.
Livingstone said he had decided to host the conference as an effort to avoid repeating the "tragedy" of the 20 th century, the Cold War, which he suggested, without offering any evidence, was a sinister plot designed by a small group of Americans who were intent on world domination. Refusing to repeat history, he said, he would continue to invite people such as Mr. Qaradawi to London in an effort to achieve "a true multicultural state. Before the mention of Mr.
Qaradawi's name, Mr. Livingstone seemed in control of his audience, made up mostly of left-wingers. But, according to blogger Morgan, his description of Mr. Qaradawi as the strongest force for "modernization" in Islam brought "the biggest groan of the day. Seeing the tide turning, Mr.
Livingstone quickly pointed out that he did not agree with many of Mr. Qaradawi's policies. For example, Mr. Livingstone said, he disagreed with parents' rights to send their children to faith-based schools and wished all children could be forced to attend secular state-run institutions. But if may have been too late. Genghis Kahn? I don't want to call myself progressive if Livingstone is bloody well going to put Qaradawi in the same category. Livingstone's devotion to multiculturalism. Citing Islamists who seek suicide while murdering those they consider infidels, Derius said, "Does everybody therefore want to be martyred in the cause of Allah?
Does every adult want female children to be circumcised by that particularly unpleasant form of genital mutilation? Of course not.
Therefore, Mr. Livingstone's statement was probably the most ridiculous one I heard at the conference, with the exception of his assertion that the Cold War was the fault of the West and had nothing to do with Stalin, communism, or the fact that the USSR invaded half of Europe. Derius also did not accept Mr.
Livingstone's plea for a society based on "our shared values. Trying to win back the audience, Mr. Livingstone said that while he believes many cultures are superior to Western civilization, there are limits to his approval. He said he would not, for example, endorse the practice of cannibalism. That allowed Mr.