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A library in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, hosted a Muslim party to celebrate the end of Ramadan, then one week later told a Christian group they could not put a notice up about a Christmas service.  Church officials were told the notice could not be displayed because they pertained to a "religious preference group." It's not "diverse."

The Muslim festival, however, was advertised by leaflets dispensed throughout the library. It was organized by the library's multicultural services librarian, Rehana Nazir at Buckinghamshire county council.

Michael Stillwell said, "It seems like pure hypocrisy to hold a festival from one religion and to then ban a simple notice." Michael had been given a leaflet by library staff to join the Muslim party.

"I am appalled at the attitude of these so-called Christians making such a fuss about this policy. The way they have reacted to the party is just shocking," said Margaret Dewar, the councilor in charge of libraries. "It is quite a different thing having a party organized by a library to promote cultural understanding, and accepting notices for religious services."

Indeed, Buckinghamshire's website is probably the most "politically correct" site seen to date.

If you would like to contact the County Council and express your concern over the matter (anger never helps) please write to and/or