A wolf is not a pet, and inviting Muslims to pray in Christian churches is….

Taking an injured rattlesnake home and nourishing it back to health is not such a great idea either. But there are Christians  (and Jews) who open their doors to those who are religiously obliged to hate and murder them. Why is it so hard for some people to at least stick to the basic principles of self-preservation?

Here’s a video (thanks to Vlad Tepes) that shows that you can’t a turn wolf into a pet:

Of Dogs and Wolves and Nannies

(Loganswarning)

Churches Open Doors to Islam…

Unfortunately this is not the first time we have seen this suicidal behavior. Why is it so hard for some Christians to understand that Islam is not Christianity friendly?! Have they even bothered to read the Koran? Because if they did they would know that Islam is a destructive religion/ideology and one of its main targets is Christianity! Or do they just want to take the easy way out and remain purposely blind?

The Islamic scriptures state that Muslims should not even befriend Jews and Christians.

Koran Verse 005.051
YUSUFALI: O ye who believe! take not the Jews and the Christians for your friends and protectors: They are but friends and protectors to each other. And he amongst you that turns to them (for friendship) is of them. Verily Allah guideth not a people unjust.

Not only do the Islamic scriptures call for Muslims not to befriend Jew and Christians, they call for the dominance of them as well.

Koran verse 009.029
YUSUFALI: 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.

After the dominance part, things only get worse for Christians. Because according to the writings of Islam, Jesus is supposed to come back as a Muslim and destroy Christianity!

Abu-Dawud Hadith Book 37, Number 4310:
Narrated AbuHurayrah:

The Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) said: There is no prophet between me and him, that is, Jesus (peace_be_upon_him). He will descent (to the earth). When you see him, recognise him: a man of medium height, reddish fair, wearing two light yellow garments, looking as if drops were falling down from his head though it will not be wet. He will fight the people for the cause of Islam. He will break the cross, kill swine, and abolish jizyah. Allah will perish all religions except Islam. He will destroy the Antichrist and will live on the earth for forty years and then he will die. The Muslims will pray over him.

Is that clear enough?

Churches Open Doors to Muslim Worship

They see it as their Christian duty. But others disagree, saying it extends the hand of fellowship where it was never intended to go.

Two Protestant churches are taking some heat from critics for opening their church buildings to Muslims needing places to worship because their own facilities were either too small, or under construction.

Heartsong Church in Cordova, Tenn., let members of the Memphis Islamic Center hold Ramadan prayers there last September. And Aldersgate United Methodist Church in Alexandria, Va., allows the Islamic Circle of North America to hold regular Friday prayers in their building while their new mosque is being built.

Diane Bechtol of Aldersgate says this is something Christians are called to do: Be neighborly and develop relationships – even those who don’t share your beliefs.

“I think it’s a tenet of our Christian faith, and that is that we extend hospitality to the stranger,” said Bechtol. “We are a congregation that wants to be helpful to people and if we are asked to help a neighbor in need, that’s what we do.”

No, what you are doing is aiding the destruction of life as you know it for our future generations. Is that a tenet of Christianity?

But Dr. Alex McFarland, a Christian theologian and radio talk show host, charged these churches “have crossed the line from respect and tolerance, to … affirmation and endorsement.

“We as the church are called to show love, we’re called to help. But to let a building simultaneously be used for the activities of a mosque and also the activities of Jesus Christ, it’s just incompatible. And I think it’s one more example of political correctness and hyper-tolerance gone awry.”

The good Dr. gets it!

Mohamed Elsanousi adamantly disagrees, saying it’s good for the country to know churches like these are extending a hand to Muslims.

Elsanousi is National Community Outreach Director of the Islamic Society of North America. He says “allowing people the freedom of worship is respectful and strengthens the relationship.”

Elsanousi says there are many churches and even synagogues in America where Muslims share space with Christians. “We feel good about it,” he says.

Gee, I cannot imagine why Muslims would feel good about these actions. Has anyone else noticed that Elsanousi does not mention anything about Jew and Christians praying in Mosques? That’s because Islam is a one-way street.

That trend may continue as the Muslim population across the U.S. continues to grow.

Mosque construction is at an all-time high. As of September, there were 1,897 mosques in the United States, a 57 percent increase since 2000.

As I have been saying if Muslim immigration is not put to an end, it is just a matter of time until we lose this war. They will eventually destroy us from within.

I urge all readers to contact both Churches, and respectfully let them know you oppose their irresponsible behavior.

The Heart Song Church can be reached HERE.

The Aldersgate United Methodist Church can be reached HERE.

Thank you.

Islamic Chutzpah

The latest manifestation of Muslim chutzpah can be seen in the response of CAIR to Gov. Mike Huckabee of Arkansas. Jihadwatch already reported how Huckabee earned the ire of CAIR when he “criticized two Protestant churches that opened their doors to Muslims in an interview on Fox and Friends. The churches allowed Muslims to worship in their facilities when mosques in the area were too small or under construction,” according to the Associated Baptist Press. In a moment of shocking candor for an American political leader, Huckabee said:

“As much as I respect the autonomy of each local church, you just wonder, what are they thinking? If the purpose of a church is to push forward the gospel of Jesus Christ, and then you have a Muslim group that says that Jesus Christ and all the people that follow him are a bunch of infidels who should be essentially obliterated, I have a hard time understanding that.”“I mean if a church is nothing more than a facility and a meeting place free for any and all viewpoints, without regard to what it is, then should the church be rented out to show adult movies on the weekend?”

Hamas front CAIR instantly offers Mike Huckabee a reeducation session:

thug in chief  Nihad Awad appeals “to the principles of tolerance and interfaith respect that make our nation great”:

We urge Mr. Huckabee to do some research and to apologize for his inaccurate and offensive remarks.” He offered to arrange a meeting between Huckabee and national Muslim leaders to discuss misperceptions of Islam and the growing Islamophobia in American society.

Read it all:  Islamic Chutzpah

But it doesn’t end there:

9 thoughts on “A wolf is not a pet, and inviting Muslims to pray in Christian churches is….”

  1. notice these hypoctrits sayings like our great nation as though they are patriotic like every one else where I believe they hate this nation for what it stand for cotiniously conspiring to destroy so sad

  2. Durie: Stop Opening Churches to Muslims

    Last week, Fox News posted a report that Heartsong Church in Cordova, Tenn., and Aldersgate United Methodist Church near Alexandria, Va., have made their church buildings available to Muslims to use as places of worship.

    Critics of these outreach initiatives, such as Mike Huckabee, have been accused of ignorance. However, the contents of Muslim prayers and teachings about Isa, the Islamic Jesus, give reasonable grounds for churches to reject such arrangements.

    A prominent element in Islamic daily prayers is the recitation of Al-Fatihah (the Opening), the first chapter of the Koran. Often described as a blessing, Al-Fatihah has a sting in its tail. After introductory praises, the final sentence of Al-Fatihah is a request for guidance “in the straight path” of Allah’s blessed ones, not the path “of those against whom You are wrathful, nor of those who are astray.”

    Who are the ones who are said to be under Allah’s wrath or to have gone astray from his straight path? According to the revered commentator Ibn Kathir, Muhammad himself gave the answer: “Those who have earned the anger are the Jews, and those who are led astray are the Christians.”

    Al-Fatihah is as central to Islamic devotion as the Lord’s Prayer is to Christians: It is recited at least 17 times a day as part of daily Muslim prayers. Yet according to Muhammad himself, this prayer, which is on the lips of every pious Muslim day and night, castigates Christians as misguided and Jews as objects of Allah’s wrath.

    Another good reason for churches not to host Muslim worship, paradoxically, is their veneration of Isa, the Islamic Jesus.

    Muslims venerate Jesus, but as a Muslim prophet. In the pages of the Koran, the disciples of the Muslim Jesus declare, “We are Muslims” (Sura 5:111). The Islamic Jesus is not the Christian Son of God, the divine suffering Savior who died on the cross for the sins of the world.

    Certainly there are some similarities between Isa of the Koran and Jesus of the Gospels. The Koran calls Jesus “al-Masih” — the Messiah — and both figures are said to have been born of a virgin, to have performed miracles of healing and to have raised the dead. Yet here the similarities end. Isa of the Koran was not crucified and did not die but was raised up by Allah (Sura 4:157-158).

    It is in Muhammad’s vision of the end times that the role of the Muslim Jesus comes into sharp focus. Muhammad taught that when Isa returns, he “will fight for the cause of Islam. He will break the cross, kill pigs, and abolish the poll tax. Allah will destroy all religions except Islam” (Sunan Abu Dawud 27:4310).

    What does this saying mean? The cross is a symbol of Christianity. Breaking the cross means abolishing Christianity. According to Islamic law, the poll tax, or jizya, buys protection of the lives and property of Christians (and Jews). Abolishing this tax will mean that jihad will be restarted against Christians and no more protection shall be afforded to those who do not submit to Islam.

    via GoV:

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2011/feb/23/stop-opening-churches-to-muslims/

  3. Could this possibly be a good thing though?

    What about this: Some principles of christianity could maybe rub off on the muslims? maybe the muslims could learn about tolerance, forgiveness, antinomianism, selfless charity, a different type of salvation.—basic christian principles.

    Too much to hope for?

  4. Egypt: Coptic priest stabbed to death in his home by masked attackers shouting “Allahu akbar”

    http://www.jihadwatch.org/2011/02/egypt-coptic-priest-stabbed-to-death-in-his-home-by-masked-attackers-shouting-allahu-akbar.html

    As was the case with the demonstration by Copts to demand a secular Egyptian government the other day, coverage of this story in the Western media has been minimal, despite thousands of Copts’ protesting in the aftermath of this murder.

    “Coptic Christian priest killed in Egypt, setting off new protests by religious minority,” from the Associated Press, February 23:

    ASSIUT, Egypt – A Coptic Christian priest has been killed in southern Egypt, triggering street demonstrations by several thousand Christians.

    Other reports indicate that the priest’s safe was opened and property stolen, with police seemingly eager to settle for robbery as a motive. But one other article also notes that neighbors heard the assailants “chanting Islamic slogans.”

    The priest was found dead in his home. A fellow clergyman, Danoub Thabet, says his body had several stab wounds. He says neighbours reported seeing several masked men leaving the apartment and shouting “Allahu akbar,” or “God is great,” suggesting the killing was motivated by the divide between Egypt’s Muslims and its minority Coptic community.

    No, really? Of course, we get no hint of what’s behind that “divide.” Murdering priests certainly also tends to be “divisive.”

    About 3,000 protesters scuffled with Muslim shop owners Tuesday night and smashed the windows of a police car in the city, Assiut.

  5. Muslims kill, rape, and humiliate Christians.
    They do so in order to get them to submit.
    The God of the Bible is not the Allah of the Koran, and one needs only to read the Koran to understand that.
    The problem with these “tolerant” Christians is that they have not read the Koran, nor have they read any Islamic scholarly pronouncements on Christians.
    They are as benighted and as uncivilized as the Muslims they make friends.
    Even to worship an erroneous idea of God is to refuse to worship God.
    Islam is profane.
    Allah is a false god, a spirit of the world, a demon sent to keep worshippers from the true God.
    Mohammed is a false prophet, made into an idol by Muslims.
    The Koran is a false book, also made into an idol by Muslims.

  6. The reason Copts and Middle Eastern Christians are subject to so much violence is that they truly understand the differences between their faith and Islam, and they can win arguments against Muslims.
    Wherever the validity of Islam is questioned, Islam cannot stand.

  7. Durie: “Churches should not welcome into their buildings the veneration of Isa the Islamic Jesus, who, as a true Muslim, is intended to bring about the final, violent destruction of Christianity.”

    As CAIR’s press release from the other day demonstrates, Islam gets a lot of mileage out of its appropriation of Jesus. One does not need to be a Christian to see that. But while Islamic apologists accuse us right and left of “cherry-picking” verses out of the Qur’an and taking them “out of context,” the verses selected by CAIR do just that. Among others:

    “Say: ‘We believe in God and the revelation given to us and to Abraham, Ismail, Isaac, Jacob, and their descendants, and that given to Moses and Jesus, and that given to (all) prophets from their Lord. We make no distinction between any of them, and it is to Him that we surrender ourselves'” (2:136).
    Another verse in the Quran states: “Behold! The angels said: ‘O Mary! God giveth thee glad tidings of a Word from Him. His name will be Jesus Christ, the son of Mary, held in honor in this world and the Hereafter and in (the company of) those nearest to God'” (3:45).
    Those selections deliberately and knowingly present a half-truth — one that has been useful for Islam’s cause both in proselytizing and in its claims for public consumption of being a peaceful religion. In both cases, apologists and dawah-peddlers depend on listeners who don’t know better to project the Jesus they know onto those carefully selected Qur’anic verses.

    And in too many cases, Islamic proselytizers have the element of surprise on their side when those who have otherwise well founded misgivings about Islam’s intentions do not know about Jesus in Islam, or have heard an oversimplified version that slick apologists can deflect with deceptive use of chapter and verse. Those people are vulnerable to being won over by the half-truths of Islamic dawah.

    Remaining uninformed about the content of Islamic teachings is not an option, if we are to defend our way of life.

    In prior reporting about the reaction to Mike Huckabee’s objections to allowing Islamic worship in designated Christian worship spaces, we have quoted Islamic texts that help fill in the rest of the story. Here, again, is a handy summary with additional sources and useful commentary on the “other” Jesus in Islam, whom apologists can’t tell you about up front.

    “DURIE: Stop opening churches to Muslims,” by Rev. Mark Durie for the Washington Times, February 23 (thanks to JW:

    Last week, Fox News posted a report that Heartsong Church in Cordova, Tenn., and Aldersgate United Methodist Church near Alexandria, Va., have made their church buildings available to Muslims to use as places of worship.
    Critics of these outreach initiatives, such as Mike Huckabee, have been accused of ignorance. However, the contents of Muslim prayers and teachings about Isa, the Islamic Jesus, give reasonable grounds for churches to reject such arrangements.
    A prominent element in Islamic daily prayers is the recitation of Al-Fatihah (the Opening), the first chapter of the Koran. Often described as a blessing, Al-Fatihah has a sting in its tail. After introductory praises, the final sentence of Al-Fatihah is a request for guidance “in the straight path” of Allah’s blessed ones, not the path “of those against whom You are wrathful, nor of those who are astray.”
    Who are the ones who are said to be under Allah’s wrath or to have gone astray from his straight path? According to the revered commentator Ibn Kathir, Muhammad himself gave the answer: “Those who have earned the anger are the Jews, and those who are led astray are the Christians.”
    Al-Fatihah is as central to Islamic devotion as the Lord’s Prayer is to Christians: It is recited at least 17 times a day as part of daily Muslim prayers. Yet according to Muhammad himself, this prayer, which is on the lips of every pious Muslim day and night, castigates Christians as misguided and Jews as objects of Allah’s wrath.
    Another good reason for churches not to host Muslim worship, paradoxically, is their veneration of Isa, the Islamic Jesus.
    Muslims venerate Jesus, but as a Muslim prophet. In the pages of the Koran, the disciples of the Muslim Jesus declare, “We are Muslims” (Sura 5:111). The Islamic Jesus is not the Christian Son of God, the divine suffering Savior who died on the cross for the sins of the world.
    Certainly there are some similarities between Isa of the Koran and Jesus of the Gospels. The Koran calls Jesus “al-Masih” – the Messiah – and both figures are said to have been born of a virgin, to have performed miracles of healing and to have raised the dead. Yet here the similarities end. Isa of the Koran was not crucified and did not die but was raised up by Allah (Sura 4:157-158).
    It is in Muhammad’s vision of the end times that the role of the Muslim Jesus comes into sharp focus. Muhammad taught that when Isa returns, he “will fight for the cause of Islam. He will break the cross, kill pigs, and abolish the poll tax. Allah will destroy all religions except Islam” (Sunan Abu Dawud 27:4310).
    What can the apologists say to that? They will almost certainly try to throw Abu Dawud under the bus as an unreliable hadith. In the pecking order of ahadith, “Sahih” ahadith — “sound, reliable” ones — are so designated for having reliable provenance, and often repeat narrations about the same event to corroborate their authenticity. And Sahih Bukhari corroborates this narration from Abu Dawud several times (003.034.425, 003.043.656, 004.055.657).

    Not that apologists won’t try to throw Bukhari under the bus after Abu Dawud. When its appalling contents come under the scrutiny of non-Muslims, “Sahih” suddenly and magically becomes rather… “Squishih.”

    What does this saying mean? The cross is a symbol of Christianity. Breaking the cross means abolishing Christianity. According to Islamic law, the poll tax, or jizya, buys protection of the lives and property of Christians (and Jews). Abolishing this tax will mean that jihad will be restarted against Christians and no more protection shall be afforded to those who do not submit to Islam.
    The Egyptian jurist Ahmad ibn Naqib stated in his compendium of Shariah, “The Reliance of the Traveller,” that the toleration of Christians living under Islamic law only applies “before the final descent of Jesus. … After his final coming, nothing but Islam will be accepted from them, for taking the poll tax is only effective until Jesus’ descent … for he will rule by the law of Muhammad … as a follower of our Prophet” (translation by Nuh Ha Mim Keller, pages 603-4).
    In this end-times scenario, the Islamic Jesus becomes the ultimate destroyer of Christianity, when, by his sword, he compels all followers of the Christ of the Gospels to become Muslims and live in accordance with the Shariah of Muhammad.
    Churches should not welcome into their buildings the veneration of Isa the Islamic Jesus, who, as a true Muslim, is intended to bring about the final, violent destruction of Christianity. By all means, let Christians show kindness to their Muslim neighbors, but the sentiments embedded in Islamic daily prayers, which curse Jews as the target of Allah’s wrath and Christians for going astray, can have no place in a Christian church – even if recited in the cadences of classical Arabic.

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