Religion is the “final frontier” of personal prejudice, with attitudes to faith driving negative perceptions more than ethnicity or nationality—that was one of the conclusions of a recently published two-year study of attitudes toward ethnic, national and religious diversity in England and Wales.
In his speech last year at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, the Dalai Lama told the world what he thought of the term "Islamic terrorism." His words have never been more fitting. "Buddhist terrorist. Muslim terrorist. That wording is wrong," he said.