'Islam is reviving British values', says former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams
He said the religion promotes a sense of duty and community belonging
Islam is rejuvenating "British values", the former Archbishop of Canterbury has claimed while lambasting sections of the press for presenting Muslims as "un-British".
Rowan Williams was giving a speech at the annual Living Islam Festival in Lincolnshire on Friday, discussing what British values were and how Muslims could affect them.
He said one of the greatest gifts to Britain had been bringing back "open, honest and difficult public discussion", the Times reported.
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