Islam’s Tradition of Breaking the Cross
Â UK: Christians do not have a right to wear a cross or crucifix openly at work?
In a highly significant move, ministers will fight a case at the European Court of Human Rights in which two British women will seek to establish their right to display the cross.
Indonesian Red Cross does not give in to Islamist, cross remains in logo
Jakarta (AsiaNews) – The Indonesian Red Cross (Palang Merah Indonesia or PMI in Indonesian) will never change the traditional logo that has made it famous around the world. The statement came following criticism from the Prosperous Justice Party (PKS), an Islamist party that says that the symbol of a red cross is too easily identifiable with Christian culture and traditions. Red Cross volunteers and activists reject the claim, saying that any changes to the logo are tantamount to giving in to the extremists. For former Vice President Jusuf Kalla, the demand is baseless.
Isa, the Muslim Jesus
There’s more: Jesus will come back, break the cross,Â kill the swine and abolish the jiziyah.
The swine, that’s us folks, just in case you’re wondering.
The killing of the swine is so that the “Christian belief of its lawfulness is belied.” The reason for abolishing the jizyah tax (the compulsory poll-tax that non-Muslims must pay in order to live in a Muslim land) is based on the idea that when Jesus returns, the jizyah tax will no longer be accepted.Â The only choice that Christians will have is to accept Islam or die. There’s more, there’s always more….
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