Kulturen, naturen og fremmedlegemet

Guardian fortæller om en heltemodig katolsk præst Fader Kinvi i Congo, der med fare for sit liv redder muslimer fra animistiske militsers hævnangreb. Fader Kinvi tror på “the contagion of love” og det kræver mere end almindelig vilje midt i sekteriske blodigheder. Og det er et af menneskets fineste egenskaber. Men det er idioti ikke. Og idioti er at invitere hadet indenfor og med vilje og magt konstruere forudsætningerne for sekterisk vold. Og ondskab er at forråde og bekæmpe sin egen befolkning, mens man konstruerer sin fremtidige sekteriske samfund

Fader Kinvi redder mennesker i nød fordi troen på næstekærlighed er stærk i ham. Men det er ikke næstekærlighed at ophøje fjendtlige ideologier til ligeværdighed. En kvinde blev eskorteret ud af The National Cathedral i Washington for at protestere over at den blev brugt til et muslimsk arrangement. Robert Spencer støtter kvindens argumentation i, hvor direkte antikristent islam og islamiske bønner er på Jihad Watch og skriver

It all sounds so high-minded: the Rev. Canon Gina Campbell says: “This needs to be a world in which all are free to believe and practice and in which we avoid bigotry, Islamaphobia, racism, anti-Semitism, and anti-Christianity and to embrace our humanity and to embrace faith.”

But someone threw a rotting cabbage on their lovely sofa, as DCist laments: “And because love, respect and understanding is too much of a concept for some people to understand, a person interrupted the service. Of course.” Still, the spectacle of a woman being forcibly ejected from what is ostensibly a Christian cathedral for proclaiming that Jesus Christ is Lord just before Muslim prayers are about to begin is at very least evidence that we live in strange times.

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In light of all that, and the ongoing and escalating Muslim persecution of Christians worldwide, wouldn’t it have been more appropriate, so as to promote love, respect and understanding and all that, to have Christian prayers in a mosque? After all, it is Muslims who are persecuting Christians worldwide, and the National Cathedral decides to show its good will and love for Muslims by inviting Hamas-linked Muslim Brotherhood front groups to pray there. Why doesn’t the ADAMS Center show its good will and love for Christians by inviting Christians to pray in the mosque there?

This woman who disrupted the service was upset that a building dedicated to the worship of Christ had been given over for the use of people who believe that her proclamation of Christ is a blasphemous falsehood and that her beliefs are a perversion of the true teachings of Jesus the Muslim prophet.

Den muslimske bønneleder talte derefter for den amerikanske kongres hvor han også ledte bønnen, skriver Freedom Outpost

With newly re-elected Speaker of the House John Boehner presiding AND BOWING HIS HEAD, the Imam for the Islamic Center of Central Jersey praised Islam’s Allah from the House floor as the God who reigns supreme. Here is the shocking video of Imam Hamad Chebli delivering the Islamic prayer; Boehner can be seen behind him

We’re not talking about a harmless, moderate Imam here. Instead, we’re talking about a major devil.

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The selection of Chelbi also appears to have significance relative to the U.S. policy in Syria. Both his mentor Khaled – and Khaled’s father – were killed by the Syrian regime. As such, Chelbi has an axe to grind when it comes to Bashar al-Assad. With news that the Obama administration is actually considering a policy based on an absurd premise that the best way to defeat ISIS is to remove Assad from power, Chelbi’s appearance at locations of national significance seem to coincide with this potential shift in U.S. policy.

Despite western portrayals of Chelbi as a moderate, he absolutely is not.

When it comes to Muslim prayers being delivered on the House floor or at the National Cathedral, unfortunately, this is not new. The precedent was set by Boehner’s predecessor – Speaker Dennis Hastert – less than one year prior to 9/11. As for the National Cathedral, none other than President George W. Bush shared a podium with Muzammil Siddiqi, then president of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA).

First up, on February 7, 2001, Chairman of the Dar al-Hijrah mosque Bassam Estwani delivered a prayer on the floor of the House as well. As the chairman of Dar al-Hijrah, Estwani represented perhaps the most notorious mosque on American soil. It was visited by three of the 9/11 hijackers and was home to Anwar al-Awlaki, the inspiration for the Fort Hood shooter. Estwani was the chairman of the mosque at that time:

Mennesket er rundet af sin kultur. Det har visioner, overvejelser og håb og frygt. Naturen har kun konsekvens.

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