Prince Charles has taken an unusual step away from royal tradition, telling Muslims who come to Britain -- as well as those who are born or go to school there -- that they should "abide by our values," as he begins his current tour of the Middle East, starting in Jordan, the Inquisitr website reports today (February 9, 2015).
The prince denounced the systematic radicalization of young Britons by Islamic fanatics and said they should show more respect to "the values we hold dear."
Prince Charles intends to speak to Arab leaders during his six-day Mideast tour about the dangers that radical Islam poses, not only to the United Kingdom, but also to more moderate Muslim states such as Jordan and Saudi Arabia.
As the future King of England said yesterday: "The radicalization of people in Britain is a great worry, and the extent to which this is happening is alarming, particularly in a country like ours where we hold values dear. You would think the people who have come here, or are born here, and go to school here, would abide by those values and outlooks."