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Alexis Tsipras Spearheads Drive To Open First Mosque In Athens Since The Ottoman Empire In 1833

A century in the making, Athens set for first mosque since Ottoman times

Athens’s half a million Muslims are set to get their first official mosque in more than a century.

The city has not had a formal mosque since it drove out occupying Ottomans in 1833, and Deputy Foreign Minister Ioannis Amanantidis told parliament last year that it was the only European capital “to be deprived of such a religious space”.

For years Muslims have resorted to praying in hundreds of makeshift sites, in crowded basements or dark warehouses targeted by racist attackers.

In May, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras declared building a mosque long overdue. The government, he said, would push ahead “out of respect for the Muslim residents in our capital, but also because we are obliged to actively defend our values.”

The new mosque – a 1,000 square meter building without a minaret, split over two levels – is expected to be ready in April in an old naval base in an industrial, rundown part of Athens.

“We need the mosque for our new generation, for our youth … to feel equal in law, equal in society,” said Greece’s Muslim Association spokeswoman Anna Stamou, a Greek who converted to Islam.

Friday prayers in the underground garage where she and her family went were recited in Arabic and Greek. Men knelt down to pray on its humid crimson carpet, ventilation pipes barely above their heads.

Plans to build a mosque began in 1890 with an act of parliament, but all fell through, including one timed for the 2004 Olympics. The latest effort split the ruling coalition and Tsipras’s right-wing partners voted against a bill to speed up construction.

Critics say Athens, kept afloat by international funds since 2010, cannot spare the 800,000 euros to build it.

Golden Dawn, the ultranationalist party third in popularity in polls, says migrants are burdening state resources at a time of crisis. Others still associate mosques with Turkey, its Muslim neighbor and longstanding rival.

For months last year a dozen Greek nationalists occupied the mosque site and set up a homeless center, calling it “a hot spot for Greeks” drawing a contrast with centers on Greek islands for mainly Muslim refugees and migrants arriving from Turkey.

Messages still on the compound’s boarded up gate are stark: “No mosque,” graffiti reads. “Muslims out.”

A poster plastered on a wall depicts a minaret in a circle with a line through it. Muslims “are enemies of Christ, Orthodoxy and our country,” it says. “They should go back from where they came.”

First Mosque Since Ottoman TimesGolden Dawn says it will step up its protests.

“We have done many protests and of course we will do much more,” lawmaker Ilias Panagiotaros said at a rally in January.

Around him, a few hundred supporters raised flaming torches and waved the Greek flag alongside the party’s red-and-black flag featuring its swastika-like emblem.

“With the help of God – I repeat that – this mosque will not have a good end,” he said.

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Thousands of Muslims reportedly turning to Christ in Middle East

Scores of Muslims Turning to Christ in Middle East; Churches Expecting ‘Millions’ of Converts

Thousands of Muslims are turning to Jesus Christ and what they view as the “religion of freedom” amid ongoing bloodshed in the Middle East, reports indicate. Some churches hope that millions of people will accept Christ amid a “spiritual hunger” that is forming in the wake of persecution.

Voice Of the Martyrs Canada, which supports Christian radio broadcasts in the region, told BosNewsLife that despite the mass exodus of Christians from Iraq and Syria due to terrorism, persecution, and war, scores of Muslims are making the decision to embrace Christianity.

“There are thousands upon thousands coming to Christ,” VOMC revealed. “We are in regular contact with our FM stations in Iraq and have talked with many people who have family in the Middle East.”

“Some of our Middle Eastern broadcasters have shared testimonies [about many turning to Christ] with us, which they hear directly from listeners when visiting there …”

In Iran, Christian house churches are regularly targeted and shut down by the nation’s Islamic government. Despite this persecution, mission group Elam Ministries revealed that Christians have been growing in terms of numbers, and today estimates suggest there are 360,000 believers in Iran – up from only 500 in 1979.

“Church leaders believe that millions can be added to the church in the next few years — such is the spiritual hunger that exists and the disillusionment with the Islamic regime,” Elam Ministries stated.

“If we remain faithful to our calling, our conviction is that it is possible to see the nation transformed within our lifetime. Because Iran is a strategic gateway nation, the growing church in Iran will impact Muslim nations across the Islamic world.”

Muslim refugees in Europe have also reportedly been undergoing mass conversions of faith. A June 2016 article from The Guardian noted anecdotal data of rising Christian church attendance in Europe by Muslims.

Trinity church in the Berlin suburb of Steglitz, for instance, saw its congregation rise from 150 to 700 due to new Muslim converts, while the Austrian Catholic Church saw its applications for adult baptism swell by nearly 70 percent in the first three months of 2016.

“I found that the history of Islam was completely different from what we were taught at school. Maybe, I thought, it was a religion that began with violence,” an Iranian convert, 32-year-old Johannes, said.

“A religion that began with violence cannot lead people to freedom and love. Jesus Christ said ‘those who use the sword will die by the sword.’ This really changed my mind,” he added.

Iraqi Christians attend a mass on Christmas at St. Joseph Chaldean church in Baghdad, Iraq December 25, 2016

Iraqi Christians attend a mass on Christmas at St. Joseph Chaldean church in Baghdad, Iraq December 25, 2016

More churches in Germany reported this growing phenomena in December 2016, with The Independent noting that Muslims, especially Iranians, are seeing Christianity as a new chance at freedom.

“A lot of them come to Germany and think, here I can choose my religion and I want to choose a religion of freedom,” said Matthias Linke, a priest from the Evangelical-Freikirchlichen Gemeinde in Berlin.

“For many Iranians that I’ve baptized, Christianity is the religion of freedom.”

If your reading this you can find Christ right now as well, Salvation is waiting for you too, in the arms of Christ you can find freedom!

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Christians Need To Stop Being So Naive About Muslim Immigration

We don’t normally do this, but I was reading a well written piece from a woman that is very relevant for today and we wanted to share it with you! 

Here it is;

Many Christians have been lulled into a childish view of the world and think that deep down Muslims are not too different from them.

Wendy Wilson

By Wendy Wilson

Soon after the November attack at Ohio State University, we learned the Somali Muslim perpetrator had been welcomed to the United States as a refugee by Catholic Charities of Dallas. This bit of news caught my attention because years ago I worked there for a brief time.

In the early 1990s after graduating from college, I served there for a year as part of a volunteer stipend program, helping immigrants caught here illegally prepare their cases for immigration court. My roommates worked on the refugee resettlement side, helping newly arrived families with refugee status.

I’ve continued to be fascinated with immigration and looked for ways to be helpful. It’s what drew me to teaching English to immigrant students. But my perspective widened and concerns grew as I learned more about our porous borders and problems throughout the West with assimilation, and as I witnessed the growing influence of a warped multiculturalism that convinces many to quash any uneasiness about newcomers, no matter how reasonable. In voicing my concerns, I’ve been slammed by other Christians who’ve called me ignorant and uncaring.

Although I worked for Catholic Charities, I’m a lifelong Protestant. I was raised Lutheran and for many years now have attended conservative Presbyterian churches. Multiculturalism long ago began to muscle its way into mainline Protestant churches but is now running amok in conservative churches, too, with many Christians fearful of being called a bigot for criticizing other traditions and beliefs.

While those in mainline churches tout diversity in a way that differs little from those outside the church, more devout Christians have adopted multiculturalism as a way to better evangelize. Emotion and sentiment have taken over reason, leaving people without the resources to sufficiently analyze threats to our culture and safety, and in some cases, even a diminished interest in doing so. The more pious shame others for their concerns, saying sacrifice and saving souls should come way before worries about ensuring America’s survival as a strong nation.

Many Evangelicals Don’t Seem to Get It

Trump did well among evangelicals in winning the presidency. Many conservative Christians cited Supreme Court picks as the top reason they were voting for him despite his personal moral failings. It’s far from clear that Christians en masse would fully support proposals to seriously restrict Muslim immigration, especially once they face the wrath of activists and journalists more determined than ever to smear them as racists. Also, there’s a strong movement among intellectual evangelicals to embrace Muslim immigration.

In December 2015, more than 100 evangelical leaders met at Wheaton College to discuss how Christians should respond to the migrant crisis that began early that year. They released a statement that gave only passing mention to security concerns while focusing primarily on telling Christians not to be fearful.

“We will not be motivated by fear but by love for God and others…We cannot allow voices of fear to dominate,” the statement read. But rational fear is a healthy thing. It serves to protect, and in protecting, shows love. The Bible has plenty of examples of God’s people taking measures to protect their communities. There’s no reason to fear every single Muslim we meet, but in looking at the bigger picture, there are perfectly valid reasons to fear the violence and political and cultural change a growing Muslim population can bring.

Some of my devout Christian friends insist we shouldn’t speak out much about atrocities Muslims have committed because if we do, Muslims won’t be open to hearing the gospel from us. Neither, they say, should we voice too many criticisms about religious differences that might upset them. But how can there be any hope of having a functioning multicultural society if there are taboos against criticizing traditions that aren’t your own? This misguided quest to be nice and welcoming creates space for the strong-armed to run over the weak, the very type of scenario you would think Christians concerned about justice would care about.

Muslims Aren’t Just Another Denomination

I’ve also heard Christians point to successful assimilation of immigrants in years past as proof that waves of Muslim immigration will work out just fine, too. When migrants began pouring into Europe, my friends shared stories of their ancestors arriving at Ellis Island, as if there are few differences between what happened then and what’s happening now. I recently got into a discussion with a Baptist pastor who says we shouldn’t worry since competing Protestant sects as well as Catholics were eventually accepted into the mainstream of American life.

It’s hard for me to wrap my mind around how my educated friends and educated church leaders can’t see that differences between Islam and Christianity are profoundly greater than differences between various Christian groups. Have they not read the history of Islamic conquest? Can they not observe the differences in today’s world between countries dominated by Islam and Western countries founded on Christian and Enlightenment values? Are they not aware of the widespread problems with migrants assaulting women in Germany, one of the latest victims being the daughter of a European official, who was raped and drowned? Have they not heard about the sharia law courts Muslim immigrants have created in England and the schools where Muslim children are taught barbaric practices?

Last year, I joined a class at my church sponsored by the Crescent Project, a Christian ministry founded to share the gospel with Muslims globally. In some respects, it’s an organization I’m happy to support. Their efforts seem sincere and helpful in prodding Christians with little previous intercultural experience to step outside their comfort zones. Yet it’s also one of those programs that leads to some Christians becoming so filled with zeal, they develop tunnel vision.

One woman in my class said she used to be afraid when she saw a Muslim at the grocery store, but now, thanks to the class, believes it’s God’s will for Muslims to come to the United States so we can witness to them. I’ve heard this idea expressed elsewhere as well, sometimes with great enthusiasm. God is blessing us, the thinking goes, by bringing Muslims here so we don’t have to travel abroad to reach them.

However, this turns previous concepts of missionary work on their heads. Missions used to be primarily about assuming risks for yourself and perhaps your family as you ventured into unsafe terrain. By endorsing growing rates of Muslim immigration into the United States, Christians are insisting that their neighbors here assume the risks too, all for the convenience of their evangelism programs.

Such rosy pictures can likely be traced partly to the fact that even in many conservative churches today, pastors shy away from discussing evil and the reality that there are people in this world seeking to deceive and destroy. We’ve been marinating in a theology that focuses excessively on grace and inner peace to the exclusion of other parts of the Bible that tell us evil is always on the march.

Both the Old and New Testaments make frequent use of words such as battle, soldier, and warfare in both the literal sense and in a metaphorical spiritual sense. But you will be hard-pressed to hear those words in sermons today. Many Christians have been lulled into a childish view of the world and think that deep down everyone is not too different from them. But history and the contemporary world should show us that fundamentalist Islam is radically different from the beliefs of Christians and other Americans. If we don’t fully wake up to this reality, we will pay a heavier price for our delusions than we already have. source

About Wendy: Wendy Wilson is a teacher and writer in Nashville. She has taught in public schools for more than 10 years. From August 2013 to May 2016, she worked at a high school in Nashville that’s one of the most diverse in the South with hundreds of immigrant and refugee students. Before becoming a teacher, she was a newspaper reporter. She has a master’s degree in intercultural studies from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee.
IMMIGRATIONWe’re sharing one reply to her post: Before Islam, the Middle East was the center of civilization and learning. It was renown for literature, science, technology, and so forth. Since Islam became a prominent religion of the area, the Middle East has remained stuck in the 7th century and if it wasn’t for the discovery of oil there then the Middle East would have remained that way to this day.
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Apologists can talk all they want about how great and peaceful Islam is, but history shows us how Islam has not allowed their societies to progress past the 7th century. Islam is a primary reason why there are few, if any, democratic governments in the Middle East with almost all being autocratically ruled. Likewise, history shows us how Islam has been at war with the rest of the world since Muhammad created Islam (with two lulls – one being the Crusades and the other being the early to mid 20th century). If you want further evidence than simply look at Islam’s holy books and you discover that the only true way to attain paradise is to die fighting against the infidels. You also learn the rules for who you can rape after conquering a village, how to treat your captives, how to treat your slaves, and so forth. In fact, Islam is the only religion where if you try to convert from it to any other religion then it is deemed that you need to die, period. Likewise, of you are conquered by Muslims, then you are given a choice (once again characteristic of only Islam) of either converting to Islam, living as a second class citizen (complete with paying protection money, living by special dehumanizing law, and so forth), or dying.
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We are currently facing two enormous difficulties in the West. The first is that we cannot seem to fathom what Islam is really all about. Somehow many in the West want to believe it is some sort of peaceful, beautiful religion when it is not. The other difficulty is that Westerners cannot seem to understand that Muslims think differently than Westerners and have a completely different set of values (with many of those values being the antithesis of those we have in the West). The greatest folly of all is being committed by those who viewed immigration of Europeans into America as being the model we should use for allowing Muslims to immigrate into Western countries. The reason this is folly is that it is believed that these Muslim immigrants will become Westernized, obtain jobs, and seek the good life when it is abundantly clear that a huge number will not preferring instead to try and force Middle Eastern thinking, values, laws, and even government onto those living where the Muslims have immigrated to. What is so astounding about all of this is how so many of our “leaders” cannot see the obvious and even resort to trying to hide the failures of Muslim immigration thinking that if we do not talk about it then the problems associated with it will go away. These “leaders” cannot see how the chaos that has stopped the civilizations of the Middle East is being imported and that once it gains a toehold here, then civilization advances here will also cease and we shall decline as has the Middle East. We are doing nothing less than importing our own demise.

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Study: Christians Most Persecuted Religious Group in the World

Here’s a study you won’t find in any of the major-media headlines. According to the Director of the Centre for Studies on New Religions (Cesnur), Massimo Introvigne, Christians are the most persecuted religious group in the world, with over 90,000 Christians killed in 2016 alone.

Introvigne told Vatican Radio that there are nearly half a billion Christians who are unable to express or practice fully their Christian faith.

Referring to statistics from the Centre for the Study of Global Christianity, Introvigne said of those 90,000 Christians persecuted in 2016, 70 percent of them were murdered in Africa due to tribal conflicts: “The other 30 per cent, or 27,000, were killed in terror attacks, the destruction of Christian villages, or government persecution.”

Due to be fully released next month, these statistics show a decline of 15,000 in the number of Christians killed, compared to the 105,000 killed in 2015.  However, Introvigne also mentioned Christians are the most persecuted faith based group in the world.

Christians are the most persecuted religious group in the world

Christians are the most persecuted religious group in the world

While speaking at a press conference at the UN headquarters in Geneva, the Chaldean Bishop of Aleppo, Syria said that the situation in Aleppo is even worse than in the rest of Syria, reporting that report – that in five years alone, the Syrian Christian population had been reduced from 1.5 million to around 500,000 because of its civil war.  The city of Aleppo has seen its number of Christians reduced from 160,000 to around 40,000 because of persecution from Islamic terrorists.

According to Introvigne, the Catholic Church is pondering sainthood for those Christians killed in areas under the Islamic State terror group, since many risked death in these areas in order to practice their faith.

In February, Pope Francis, along with Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill, issued a joint statement, condemning the persecution of Christians in the Middle East:

“It is with pain that we call to mind the situation in Syria, Iraq and other countries of the Middle East, and the massive exodus of Christians from the land in which our faith was first disseminated and in which they have lived since the time of the Apostles, together with other religious communities.”

Even the weather is more important to some than Christians are

Even the weather is more important to some than Christians are

Of course, the deaths of thousands upon thousands of Christians who were killed just because they were Christian absolutely paled with the abominable news that dozens of transgenders weren’t permitted to use the bathroom of their choice, or the rising tide!

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Children’s character Curious George observes Ramadan

The just-released children’s book ‘It’s Ramadan, Curious George’ celebrates the Muslim holiday, teaching kids about the sacred month.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Hitler knew that if you wanted to completely change how a nation viewed something, you had to start with the children. He became chancellor in 1933, but started his Nazi youth programs way back in 1923. How do you get America to accept Sharia Law? Writing children’s books that glowingly speak of Islam in a positive light is a great place to start.

It comes amid rising tensions fueled by worries about Islamist extremism and a heated presidential campaign during which Republican presumptive nominee Donald Trump has called for a ban on all Muslims entering the United States.

Children's character Curious George observes Ramadan

Children’s character Curious George observes Ramadan

US author Hena Khan “wanted to focus on the celebratory aspects” of Ramadan, so George attends family gatherings and accompanies his friend Kareem to a mosque to put together charity baskets, she told AFP.

A writer of Pakistani origin from Rockville, Maryland, Khan has already written two children’s books about Islam, “but there’s something different about having Curious George, a mainstream, well-known, iconic character recognize your tradition and make you feel included.”

The story assumes the humorous tone of other volumes in the series, which has sold more than 75 million books since it debuted 1941 and went on to become an animated television series and 2006 feature film.

At one point in the story, the playful monkey — who has also celebrated Christmas and Hanukkah — falls over while trying to put together a charity package, failing to control his hunger.

Khan said the publisher granted her freedom to shape the project, and that she focused on making the holiday approachable.

“It was really a reflection of the way Americans that I know celebrate and observe Ramadan, in a very simple way that’s understandable for children,” the mother of two said.

The book’s release coincides with a particular rise in anti-Islamic rhetoric, she noted.

“There’s a very dangerous narrative being spread about Muslims and inaccurate things being said,” the author said. The book “comes at the right time in terms of trying to promote understanding and tolerance.”

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The Three Quran Verses That Every Christian Needs To Know To Refute Islam

So when you see the “radical Islamists” attempting to spread Islam and the Quran by violent and bloody means, you see that they are not so “radical” after all.

“And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” John 8:32 (KJV)

Many Christians and most non-Christians know very little about what Mohammed, Islam and the Quran actually teach. If they did, there would not be so much confusion today when trying to deal with the violent jihadis of the ‘religion of peace’. Muslims would have you believe that Islam is a ‘peaceful religion’ that can coexist along side other religions, and that just want to be left alone to worship Allah. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Islam Fact #1. – The Quran denies that Jesus ever went to the cross to pay for anyone’s sins.

“And [for] their saying, “Indeed, we have killed the Messiah, Jesus, the son of Mary, the messenger of Allah.” And they did not kill him, nor did they crucify him; but [another] was made to resemble him to them. And indeed, those who differ over it are in doubt about it. They have no knowledge of it except the following of assumption. And they did not kill him, for certain.” Quran 4:157

The Bible says that if Jesus has not died and risen again then we are yet still in our sins and all hope is lost. For the Quran to deny that Jesus died and rose again is be in complete disagreement with the entire New Testament. Conflicting sources cannot be reconciled. so it has to be one or the other. Choose. But before you do, check out the next point first.

Ronald ReganIslam Fact #2. – The Quran tells people to judge by the light of the gospel.

“And let the People of the Gospel judge by what Allah has revealed therein. And whoever does not judge by what Allah has revealed – then it is those who are the defiantly disobedient.” Quran 5:47

Uh-oh, Houston, we have a problem! In one place Allah is recorded as saying that it’s a fact that Jesus never died on the cross. But in the very next chapter, the Quran is telling the people of the gospel to judge by what the gospels say. What do the gospels say? Glad you asked!

“Moreover, brethren, I declare unto you the gospel which I preached unto you, which also ye have received, and wherein ye stand; By which also ye are saved, if ye keep in memory what I preached unto you, unless ye have believed in vain. For I delivered unto you first of all that which I also received, how that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures; And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures:” 1 Corinthians 15:1-4  (KJV)

So the gospels that the Quran directs you to read and believe show the Quran to be not true. Interesting. Let’s look at the last verse from the Quran.

Islam Fact #3. – The Quran tells Muslims to fight with non-Muslims and force them to believe in Allah.

“Fight those who do not believe in Allah or in the Last Day and who do not consider unlawful what Allah and His Messenger have made unlawful and who do not adopt the religion of truth from those who were given the Scripture – [fight] until they give the jizyah willingly while they are humbled.” Quran 9:29 (KJV)

So when you see the “radical Islamists” attempting to spread Islam and the Quran by violent and bloody means, you see that they are not so “radical” after all. All Muslims are commanded to fight with non-Muslims to bring them into ‘submission’ to Allah. What does the word Islam mean? It means ‘submission’. This is why Muslims in host countries do not assimilate, they are commanded to claim the land and it’s people for Allah.

See? All the confusion magically cleared up. Muslim fight because the Quran commands them to fight. Not because “the West has invaded Muslim countries”, or for “social equality” or any other such nonsense. Their “holy book” teaches them that Jesus never went to the cross and to go out and fight with all who disagree with them until they submit or die in the process.

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CHRISLAM ALERT: Huffington Post Calls For A Merging Between Christianity And Islam

Huffington Post calls on Christians to recognize Muhammad as a prophet

“Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness? And what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel?”2 Corinthians 6:15,16 (KJV)

Liberal Drudge Report wannabe news rag the Huffington Post published an article last  month on why it’s time for Christianity to “merge” with Islam. Author Ian Mevorach has this to say:

“The majority of Christians still maintain a fundamentally Islamophobic position on Muhammad. So I believe that the time has come for peacemaking Christians to contradict this position directly. Changing our view of Muhammad–so that we recognize him as a true prophet rather than discredit him as a false prophet–would effectively inoculate Christians against Islamophobia and would help to establish a new paradigm of cooperative Christian-Muslim relations. I invite Christians everywhere to look carefully at our scriptures, search our souls, consider our history, and seek the guidance of the Holy Spirit in answering this question: “Has the time come for Christians to see Muhammad as Spirit of Truth?”

The idea that Christians and Muslims can forge a new union, the fervent dream of both Rick Warren and Pope Francis – is known as the demonic spawn of Chrislam. Below we show you, courtesy of our friends over at Jihad Watch,  the verses in the Qur’an that talk about things relating to Christianity and the Bible. Basically, Islam trashes and completely denies just about every pillar of the Christian faith. See for yourself:

  • Jesus is not the Son of God, belief in the Trinity is “excess”: “O People of the Scripture, do not commit excess in your religion or say about Allah except the truth. The Messiah, Jesus, the son of Mary, was but a messenger of Allah and His word which He directed to Mary and a soul from Him. So believe in Allah and His messengers. And do not say, ‘Three’; desist — it is better for you. Indeed, Allah is but one God. Exalted is He above having a son. To Him belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is on the earth. And sufficient is Allah as Disposer of affairs.” — Qur’an 4:171“It is not befitting to (the majesty of) Allah that He should beget a son. Glory be to Him! when He determines a matter, He only says to it, ‘Be,’ and it is.” — Qur’an 19:35
  • Jesus was not crucified: “And because of their saying: We slew the Messiah, Jesus son of Mary, Allah’s messenger — they slew him not nor crucified him, but it appeared so unto them; and lo! those who disagree concerning it are in doubt thereof; they have no knowledge thereof save pursuit of a conjecture; they slew him not for certain.” — Qur’an 4:157
  • Those who believe in the divinity of Christ are “disbelievers”: “They have certainly disbelieved who say that Allah is Christ, the son of Mary.” — Qur’an 5:17
  • Christians “forgot a good part” of the divine revelations they received: “From those, too, who call themselves Christians, We did take a covenant, but they forgot a good part of the message that was sent them: so we estranged them, with enmity and hatred between the one and the other, to the day of judgment. And soon will Allah show them what it is they have done.” — Qur’an 5:14
  • Muslims should not take Jews or Christians as friends: “O you who believe! do not take the Jews and the Christians for friends; they are friends of each other; and whoever amongst you takes them for a friend, then surely he is one of them; surely Allah does not guide the unjust people.” — Qur’an 5:51
  • Those who believe that Jesus is God’s Son are accursed: “The Jews call Ezra a son of Allah, and the Christians call Christ the son of Allah. That is a saying from their mouth; they but imitate what the unbelievers of old used to say. Allah’s curse be on them: how they are deluded away from the Truth! ” — Qur’an 9:30
  • Christians who do not become Muslims “are the most vile of created beings”: “Nor did those who were given the Scripture become divided until after there had come to them clear evidence. And they were not commanded except to worship Allah, sincere to Him in religion, inclining to truth, and to establish prayer and to give zakah. And that is the correct religion. Indeed, they who disbelieved among the People of the Scripture and the polytheists will be in the fire of Hell, abiding eternally therein. Those are the most vile of created beings.” — Qur’an 98:6
  • Jesus’ mission was to proclaim the coming of Muhammad: “And when Jesus, the son of Mary, said, ‘O children of Israel, indeed I am the messenger of Allah to you confirming what came before me of the Torah and bringing good tidings of a messenger to come after me, whose name is Ahmad.’ But when he came to them with clear evidences, they said, ‘This is obvious magic.’” — Qur’an 61:6
  • Muslims must fight against and subjugate Christians: “Fight those who believe not in Allah nor the Last Day, nor hold that forbidden which hath been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, nor acknowledge the religion of Truth, even if they are of the People of the Book, until they pay the Jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued.” — Qur’an 9:29

There is nothing, not one thing, that is compatible between Biblical Christianity and Mohammed’s deception of Islam and the moon god Allah. But that will not stop the end times supporters of Chrislam from working to bring this about.

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A merger? Never. Acceptance of Islam as on a par with the Holy Bible? Not in a million years.

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Muslim Terrorists Attack Brussels Airport Killing At Least 34 People In Horrific Explosions And Gunfire

At least 34 people have been killed after a Muslim terrorist suicide attack ripped through Zaventem Airport in Brussels and another blast hit a city metro station.

What we know so far

  • Police have confirmed a security footage image is believed to be of three suspects in Tuesday’s bombings at the Brussels airport. Authorities are seeking help in identifying one of the men.
  • At least 31 people were killed and nearly 200 injured in twin bombing attacks on Brussels airport and a rush-hour metro train in the Belgian capital.
  • The terror group Islamic State has claimed responsibility.
  • Authorities said three bombs were brought into a main airport corridor, but one failed to explode. One of the blasts was from a suicide bomber.
  •  An hour later around 9 a.m., another bomb exploded on a rush-hour subway train near the European Union headquarters.
  • The tragedy has triggered security alerts across western Europe and brought warnings from American officials. Multiple U.S. airlines diverted and canceled flights to and from Belgium.

Shots were fired and Arabic words were shouted before the two airport bomb blasts, according to Belgian news agency Belga. Maalbeek metro station was targeted in a separate attack during the morning rush hour.

An image showed an empty pushchair surrounded by debris from an explosion at the airport, while children could be heard screaming after the underground blast. Belgium’s federal prosecutor said all three explosions were “terrorist attacks”.

“There were two explosions in the departure area, one probably caused by a Muslim suicide bomber,” said Frederic Van Leeuw of the attack on the airport. Two people were arrested by armed police at the city’s Noord railway station hours later – as officials said they feared “people are still at large”.

At least 14 people died and 35 were wounded in the twin blasts, and some 20 people were killed and 55 injured – 10 critically – in the metro explosion, according to reports.

As the city went into lockdown, Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel condemned the attacks as “cowardly” on what he described as “a black day” for the nation. “What we feared has happened, we were hit by blind attacks,” he said. “This is a dark moment for our nation. We need calm and solidarity.”

Explosions hit the Zaventem airportZach Mouzoun, who arrived at the airport on a flight from Geneva about 10 minutes before the first blast, told France’s BFMTV: “It was atrocious. The ceilings collapsed. There was blood everywhere, injured people, bags everywhere. We were walking in the debris. It was a war scene.”

Video and images on social media showed smoke rising from an airport building and shattered windows.

Confused and shocked passengers fled the terminal to safety as they were evacuated by armed police.

Footage also showed ceiling tiles littered across the floor and strewn black luggage belts, cases and bags at a check-in desk. According to reports, the first blast took place near a counter where customers pay for overweight baggage – and the second near a Starbucks at the airport.

Anthony Deloos, who works for the baggage handling firm Swissport, said he “jumped into a luggage chute to be safe”. The attacks follow the dramatic arrest of Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam in the Belgian capital on Friday – four months after November’s terror in the French capital that left 130 people dead.

Authorities have said it is unclear if he is linked to Tuesday’s suspected coordinated attacks.

Sky’s Alex Rossi had just checked-in at the airport when he heard “two very, very loud explosions”.

“I could feel the building move. There was also dust and smoke as well,” he said.

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Sharia Law: Muslim Woman Brutally Caned For ‘Crime’ Of Standing Too Close To A Man

Hundreds of people gathered outside a mosque in Indonesia to see a woman scream out in agony after being caned as a punishment for being in ‘close proximity’ to a man she wasn’t married to.

A lot of people in America are not really concerned about Islam and Sharia Law because they really don’t understand what they are all about. Many Americans naively assume that Islam is “just another religion” and don’t really give it much thought. Well, you should think about it. In nations where Islam and Sharia Law are in control, it is a nightmare right off the pages of the Heinrich Himmler Nazi playbook. Sharia Law is a death sentence in any country where it is applied.

Nur Elita was marched to the yard of Baiturrahumim Mosque in Banda Aceh for violating the region’s strict Sharia laws, after she allegedly showed affectionate behaviour to a fellow university student.

Iran Infuriated By Film Of Woman’s Stoning:

GRAPHIC WARNING: This is not an reenactment, the woman being stoned to death here is real. She is being killed because Sharia Law demands that she be killed for her crime of adultery. There are not multiple forms of Sharia Law, this is it. 

Under the law men and women, who are not spouses, are not allowed to get too close due to the the ‘khalwat’ offence and punishment is by public caning. After being brought to the stage as the crowd cheered, the woman was forced to kneel down while a masked man repeatedly whipped her with the cane.

Woman's-Stoning-whatshotnShe received five lashes and at the end of the punishment could be seen lying on the floor doubled over in pain. Eventually she was carried off the stage, into an ambulance, and had to be taken to hospital. Also being caned was the man she was accused of getting too close to and he was forced to stand while being whipped.

So the next time you hear people talking about Islam and Sharia Law, you can tell them exactly what Sharia Law is and what it entails. Sharia Law is the brutal repression and torture of free people under the guise of religious ideology, designed to enslave and subjugate them. This is exactly what Nazi Germany was based on. It has no place in human society.

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Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook CEO Says He Will ‘Fight to Protect’ Muslims’ Rights

Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook CEO Says He Will ‘Fight to Protect’ Muslims’ Rights
“I can only imagine the fear Muslims feel that they will be persecuted for the actions of others,” Zuckerberg wrote on Facebook Wednesday to “add his support” for Muslims.
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Facebook CEO posted about Muslims’ rights

· December 9 at 4:02pm · Palo Alto, CA ·

 I want to add my voice in support of Muslims in our community and around the world. After the Paris attacks and hate this week, I can only imagine the fear Muslims feel that they will be persecuted for the actions of others.
As a Jew, my parents taught me that we must stand up against attacks on all communities. Even if an attack isn’t against you today, in time attacks on freedom for anyone will hurt everyone.
If you’re a Muslim in this community, as the leader of Facebook I want you to know that you are always welcome here and that we will fight to protect your rights and create a peaceful and safe environment for you.
Having a child has given us so much hope, but the hate of some can make it easy to succumb to cynicism. We must not lose hope. As long as we stand together and see the good in each other, we can build a better world for all people.
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As ISIS Rages, Mark Zuckerberg Says Facebook Will Fully Support Islam And Muslims

Facebook Inc Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday said he supported Muslims in his community and around the world.

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If you are a Christian or Jewish American patriot who posts stories on Facebook regularly, you may also be a member of a select group of people who find their posting privileges suspended without warning quite frequently. It goes like this: You find an article you like, maybe something exposing the Obama government’s support for Islamic terrorists, you grab the link and post it to your Facebook page and a handful of groups you are a member of. People start engaging with your post, information is being spread, everything is good. A few hours later, you come back from lunch and attempt to post again. But this time, a little box pops up and says this:

You’re temporarily restricted from joining and posting to groups until Tuesday at 4:22pm.

And there it is, you are blocked. There was no warning message, and no reason why your privileges were taken away. You start scratching your head in puzzlement, then it comes to you. The last story you posted was CATHOLIC CHURCH PAID $79 MILLION BY OBAMA ADMINISTRATION TO FORCE MIGRANT INVASION, exposing how Obama pays the Catholic Church millions each year to force Muslim immigration to the United States. You start talking with some of your friends, and dozens and dozens of them have a very similar story. Well, the “mystery” has been solved in a post Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg put on his personal page just yesterday.

On his official Facebook page, Mark Zuckerberg declared his love and support for the 1.4 billion followers of the Prophet Mohammad around the word with this official statement:

“I want to add my voice in support of Muslims in our community and around the world. After the Paris attacks and hate this week, I can only imagine the fear Muslims feel that they will be persecuted for the actions of others. As a Jew, my parents taught me that we must stand up against attacks on all communities. Even if an attack isn’t against you today, in time attacks on freedom for anyone will hurt everyone. If you’re a Muslim in this community, as the leader of Facebook I want you to know that you are always welcome here and that we will fight to protect your rights and create a peaceful and safe environment for you.”

See? Everything does happen for a reason. Notice that his post does not mention his support for people of Arabic descent worldwide, only for the Muslims. Why is that important? Because you can be an Arab and also be a Christian or a follower of Judaism. But if you are a Muslim, that can only mean that your religion is Islam and you are a follower of the Prophet Mohammed. Being an Arab is a bloodline, like me being French, Norwegian and Jew. Being a Muslim means your religion is Islam.

Notice he is the “Leader” of facebook. A leader is a general, president, dictator or another similar fashioned controlling head, that has the authority to say and do whatever he wants, and to make policies without others permission or consent.

What is your a Christian, Jew or others? So that means he is protecting one religion which is Muslim, and Banning ALL others!

As the circle of real freedom, both online and in day-to-day life, continues to grow smaller and smaller, standing up for Biblical truth and the American way of life will come at an ever-escalating cost. But don’t stop, don’t quit, and don’t get discouraged. Jesus Christ is coming soon to gather his blood-bought body of believers up and out of here at the Rapture. Keep your eye on the Prize, keep looking up.

The war is real, the battle is hot, and the time is short. To the fight!

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