The 'Top Muslim Women' as voted by...
err... well, no-one, really.
Baroness Warsi has been appointed to her position as Britain's most powerful Muslim woman by the Equalities and Human Rights Commission which, as a Times contributor observes consists of 3 noble baronesses, a knight, a dame, 4 OBEs, 3 CBEs and a smattering of doctors and professors - all appointed.
Cranmer drew the attention of his readers and communicants to this development back in September of last year. He questioned then the validity of The Muslim Women Power List, the use of taxpayers' money, and the manifest discrimination and inequality of the pursuit.
But he is delighted for Baroness Warsi that she is now the most powerful Muslim woman in the UK, as decreed by a number of other unelected quangocrats. Her co-religionist Sadiq Khan MP said that David Cameron appointed her to the House of Lords and propelled her into the Conservative Shadow Cabinet to become ‘Britain's most senior Muslim politician’ simply 'because of her religion’.
As one of a persecuted minority, Cranmer really must try this appeal himself.