Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, yesterday followed up his opposition to the war in Iraq by adding his voice to criticism of the British and US governments for the policy of detaining terrorism suspects without trial. Pre-empting his own Christmas message, which is due to be delivered this week – and is, apparently, still unwritten – he claimed that the policy was undermining relations between Christians and Muslims. Dr Williams met members of the Iraqi governing council and the Iranian ambassador in London last week. He said that the detention of nine British Muslims in Cuba and 14 men in prisons in Britain made it more difficult to improve relations with the Muslim community. Full Story
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