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Time to stop calling Islam a religion of peace. IT IS NOT! Comments

The lesson is: freedom of speech does not exist in Islam. A Coptic Christian teacher, Bishoy Kamel will be spending the next six years in an Egyptian prison, and may face danger for the rest of his life for allegedly posting insults against the Prophet Mohammed on his Facebook page.  Continue Reading

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  1. Bill Sr.
    2 years ago


    This, like any undeniable truth will be attacked as bigoted hate speech.
    Faithful Christians, Pray for Peace always but understand that once we have prayed with a contrite heart we must accept the reality of the battle we face, yet know that our cause is just and our leadership has the guiding hand of our Lord and will evetually triumph. Today we find our faith is being demonized by the far left anti-religious zealots. These people have no limits to their debauchery. Unfortunately they will not be called out and before this is over we will come to realize these activists who have been walking with Evil and learning how to deceive and corrupt under the cover of free speech and protected by a new age media feed agenda campaigning for us to become our own gods with our own set of rules will be exposed and we will finally see what up to now few dare to publicly acknowledge. Satan has been loosed and America is becoming his favorite playground. Why bother with third world countries where the poor and downtrodden are under control of self appointed tyrants or those nations who already are in economic or political decay when America, the once proud champions of freedom and Christian values, is beginning to flirt with infanticide, openly worship abortion, enshrine homosexuality, and have now begun to legally challenge the authority and precepts of his number one opponent, the base and foundation of Christ on earth, the Catholic Church and its hierarchy. We are boldly told today our faith is a cult, our worship is barbaric rituals, we promote perversion, and as victims of a tyrannical set of beliefs we should in repentance consider the alternatives of progressive Christianity, Humanism, or even Islam. These outrageous slanders in prominent publications will receive little in the way of editorial sanctions by the media since they have officially designated the Church as the whipping boy for religious satire and the bulls-eye for the arrows of Armageddon. This in reality has been THE WAR on Christianity for years and it has benefited the enemy when by design and disguised as compassion, diversity, benevolence, fairness, equal rights, preventive health care for women, or social justice it was unwittingly permitted space within the development of our cultural melting pop of ideas and our blind willingness to be defined as fair, compromising, and open minded citizens of democracy. Today marks the end of our capitulation and blindness as the enemy has become so bold as to have drawn his sword against us in daylight for all to witness his intent. There must not be another step in retreat of our faith and the enemy must be made aware of who in reality it is that he has chosen to challenge, the King of Kings and His people. God Bless.


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