Prince Charles lauds Islamic approach to ecology
June 10, 2010
England's Prince Charles, speaking to an audience at Oxford, has recommended a return to the "spiritual principles" of the world's great religions, as a means of curbing environmental damage. Prince Charles-- who is heir to the throne, and thus to the title of head of the Church of England-- cited the Qu'ran as a model of environmental consciousness, saying that the Islamic faith sees "no separation between man and nature."
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