According to reports, a woman who said loudly "Jesus Christ is Lord" before Muslim prayers commenced at the National Cathedral was forcibly removed from the church.
How horrible. They don't have enough mosques?
Christians in Muslim countries suffer innumerable humiliations and brutalities at best, and genocide at worst; quisling Church leaders in the West not only continue to provide cover for the most extreme and brutal ideology on the face of the earth, but they turn over the churches to it. And now the National Cathedral. Non-Muslims are not even allowed in Mecca.
"Woman proclaiming Christ ejected from Muslim prayers at National Cathedral," By Robert Spencer
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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.
I noted here the Hamas and Muslim Brotherhood links of the sponsoring groups. Besides that, there is the fact that there is an enduring obstacle to achieving a world in which we are all free to believe and practice and embrace our humanity and faith: Muslims who take to heart and act upon Qur'an verses like these:
Christians have forgotten 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
Jesus is not the Son of God: "O People of the Scripture! Do not exaggerate in your religion nor utter aught concerning Allah save the truth. The Messiah, Jesus son of Mary, was only a messenger of Allah, and His word which He conveyed unto Mary, and a spirit from Him. So believe in Allah and His messengers, and say not "Three" – Cease! (it is) better for you! – Allah is only One Allah. Far is it removed from His Transcendent Majesty that He should have a son. His is all that is in the heavens and all that is in the earth. And Allah is sufficient as Defender." — 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
Those who believe that Jesus is God's Son are accursed: "The Jews call 'Uzair a son of Allah, and the Christians call Christ the son of Allah. That is a saying from their mouth; (in this) 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
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
Christians, as People of the Book, must be warred against and subjugated: "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
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. Before waxing indignant and self-righteous over her "bigotry" and "intolerance," Muslims who would have no problem with a mosque that did indeed invite Christians in to offer prayers to the Son of God, and who would applaud the forcible ejection from that mosque of a Muslim who stood up and said, No, this is wrong, there is no god but Allah and Muhammad is his prophet, should demonstrate their own love, respect and understanding by actually extending a real invitation to Christians to come in.
"Of Course Someone Interrupted Muslim Prayers at the National Cathedral," DCist, November 14, 2014 (thanks to Jerk Chicken):
In a "a dramatic moment in the world and in Muslim-Christian relations," the National Cathedral is currently hosting Jumu'ah, the Friday prayer said by Muslims. And because love, respect and understanding is too much of a concept for some people to understand, a person interrupted the service. Of course.
According to reports, a woman yelled "Jesus Christ is Lord!" before being removed from the Cathedral. A group of motorcyclists planned to protest "the Islamization of America" outside the D.C. house of worship.
Organized by South African Ambassador Ebrahim Rasool, the All Dulles Area Muslim Society, Council on American-Islamic Relations, Islamic Society of North America, Muslim Public Affairs Council and The Nation's Mosque, certain people are pretty worked up about the service, with the Reverend Franklin Graham calling it "sad to see." In a release about the event, Rasool, who helped organize the event with Cathedral liturgical director, the Rev. Canon Gina Campbell, said, "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."
The service can be watched here.