No place is better than Jerusalem when squabbling about fine points of one's religion:
When 303 traditionalist Anglican bishops, together with clergy and lay members of the Church, ascended to the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem this week, they were taking the spiritual high ground in the Anglican Communion's dispute over homosexuality.Here they are, on that high moral ground:
And the high moral ground responded immediately:
But to the evident consternation of the organisers of the Global Anglican Future Conference (Gafcon) they had travelled all this way to the Christian Holy City only to find the streets taken over by Jerusalem Gay Pride.I sincerely hope the guests don't become victims of the Jerusalem Syndrome as a result. Be a pity and bad for the tourism too.
To be safe, folks - next time choose Tehran for your GAFCON business. They don't have no homosexuals there, as stated clearly by you know who...