Islam: religion of peace and tolerance? Part 2

In an earlier post, I reported on how some Christians at the Arab Festival in Dearborn, Michigan had their rights suppressed.

Since they weren’t welcome at the Festival, the next day, the same Christians decided to try distributing copies of the Gospel of John outside the Arab Festival. On the sidewalk.  On public property.  Watch the video below to see how the cops swoop in and stop them.

Whose side are the cops on?  Aren’t they supposed to enforce the Constitution of the United States that protects basic freedoms?  Please pray for our persecuted Christian brethren.

Americans need to wake up fast!

2 thoughts on “Islam: religion of peace and tolerance? Part 2

  1. Interesting idea having uninvited Fundamentalists proselytize at a Arab-Muslim Festival. As a Catholic I wonder how patient I would be under the same circumstances. Especially a group that recommends anti Catholics like James White.

    It makes me giggle watching one heretical group try to convert another into a different heresy.

    From my keyboard to God’s eyes: May God convert them both.

  2. Washington D.C. July 15 ,2010. In a 5-4 decision, the Washington Court of Appeals said that the residents of Washington D.C. do “not” have the right to vote on the issue of same-sex marriage. Keeping the issue of same sex marriage from going to a referendum is the highest priority for homosexual activists, because in every jurisdiction in the U.S.A. where same-sex marriage has been put to on a referendum, even in the most liberal States, it has been rejected by the people. Our freedoms are being eroded by the Secular Humanist judges. One would expect to be persecuted in Islamic countries for passing out the Gospel, but this is a resent occurrence in the Secular West.

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