Christian Student ‘Wasn’t Allowed to Ask Critical Question About Islam’ During Oxford University Lecture

Feb 27, 2017 by

from Heat Street:

A trainee Church of England priest at Oxford University has claimed he wasn’t allowed to ask critical questions about Islam during a seminar.

The student has accused the university of discrimination and bias and made a formal complaint. In it, he says a lecturer pointed at him during the seminar and said: “Everybody can ask a question except you.”

The student, Shahriar Ashrafkhorasani, 33, is an Iranian-born convert from Islam. He will become a Church of England priest in July.

The lecturer is Minlib Dallh, is a research fellow at Regent’s Park College in Oxford.

Ashrafkhorasani, a master’s student in applied theology at Wycliffe Hall, claims the lecturer refused to let him ask critical questions about his description of Islam as a religion of peace and love after Dallh discovered in a mid-seminar coffee break that he was a convert from Islam who had been persecuted in Iran.

Three fellow students have confirmed this version of events, according to the Sunday Times of London.

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