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An armed Muslim walks into a Christian event, what he does next is TERRIFYING

By David Drudge (CALIFORNIA NETWORK)
4/19/2017 (1 year ago)
Catholic Online (https://www.catholic.org)

There are no Christian suicide bombers.

A Muslim man wanted to make a point, and he used Facebook Live and a lot of guns and ammo to do it. And strangely, this man has not been charged with any crime whatsoever, despite intimidating five hundred Christians who gathered to pray.

Muslims have a history of violence towards others, so a heavily armed Muslim man is naturally concerning at a gathering of Christians.

Muslims have a history of violence towards others, so a heavily armed Muslim man is naturally concerning at a gathering of Christians.

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By David Drudge (CALIFORNIA NETWORK)
Catholic Online (https://www.catholic.org)
4/19/2017 (1 year ago)

Published in U.S.

Keywords: Muslim, Islam, Christian, suicide, bomber, danger, fear, terrorism, terrorist


LOS ANGELES, CA (California Network) -- Ehab Jaber, a Muslim from Saudi Arabia living in Sioux Falls thinks Islamophobia is illogical. To dispel fears, he armed himself to the teeth, went live on Facebook, and broadcast himself crashing a private worship gathering of 500 Christians at an area hotel.

He made his way past the basic security posted for the event and was eventually spotted by an off-duty officer. Alarmed, but not panicked, organizers quickly escorted Jaber to his car. From his car, he launched into an angry screed and showed off his weapons and ammunition. He suggested people, ‽be scared, be terrified."


The police responded to the incident, but he was not charged with any crime.

Jaber did not intend to harm anyone, but instead, he sought to dispel fears about Muslims and firearms, but his actions clearly had the opposite effect. The reason is that Muslims do target Christians and want to kill them.

Islam and Christianity are at war and have been at war for more than a thousand years. From the Battle of Tours to the Crusades to the fight against ISIS, there have always been militant Muslims who seek to propagate their faith by fear and intimidation. Those efforts include terrorism.

For Christians at a prayer gathering, it is difficult to assume that a heavily armed Muslim man is simply staging an act of performance theater instead of actually threatening hundreds of helpless civilians. Yesterday, another Muslim man went on a rampage against white men, killing three, two of whom were outside a Catholic Charities center.

Catholics don't crash Protestant gatherings while armed to the teeth. And Protestants don't stage shootings outside of Catholic charitable facilities. Hindus, Jews and Buddhists don't employ suicide bombers. It wasn't Scientologists who flew planes into the World Trade Center. It was Muslims. Who has ever heard of a Christian suicide bomber?

There is a reason people fear Muslims, and that fear has been earned.


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