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Koran Suras Recited Over the Grave of St. Martin of Tours

“St. Martin was third bishop of Tours and was buried after his death in 397 in the city. Above his grave  the great basilica of Saint Martin de Tours was soon built and became a great pilgrimage site of Latin Christendom.
In 732 Tours was the scene of Muslim looting that took place in the Frankish Empire from Spain. Charles Martel, the head of the House of  the Merovingians, defeated them at the Battle of Poitiers and thus stopped the Muslim advance in the West.

…all the religious leaders spoke for their respective communities. The Anglican representative quoted the prophet Micah and the Apostle Paul. An Imam sang the Fatiha, the initial chapter of the Koran.

Archbishop Aubertin presented a connection between the Year of Mercy and compassion in Islam.”
They’re laughing at you, you stupid dipshit priests. “The infidels prefer Islam to their own religion”, they are saying. “The kaffir despise their saints. They bow to us in their own churches. Their civilization is nothing, we will take it.” Why can’t you understand this? What is wrong with you?                                                           h/t
  • Well said, BM: “They’re laughing at you, you stupid dipshit priests. “The infidels prefer Islam to their own religion”, they are saying. “The kaffir despise their saints. They bow to us in their own churches. Their civilization is nothing, we will take it.” Why can’t you understand this? What is wrong with you? “

    • Etobicoke_Gladiator

      I visited Tours many years ago, back in the fall of 1994. It was beautiful. These so-called interfaith services are pure crap and it’s a shame that European civilization is declining this rapidly. These imams know exactly what they’re doing to facilitate that decline, too.

      • Yes, France is beautiful. Pity it is spoiled by insecurity…

      • Me too.

        • Etobicoke_Gladiator

          I love the borrowing from Woody Guthrie. Good one!

  • BobSykes

    St. Martin was my confirmation saint. In a just world, everyone in that room would be burnt at the stake. the stupid dipshit priests first.

    I left the Church long ago, no regrets.

    • Come back to it.

      Your indignation would be appreciated.

    • TerryA

      It’s called the great apostasy or the falling away of the church and it’s in full swing. Not just catholics either, many denominations are falling for this satanic rising one world religion. And that is why Christians need to know what the word of God really says in the Bible and stop following these bullshit artist priests.

  • WE need a Martel. Soon.

  • BillyHW

    Do you remember when Monsieur Bean promised us “relentless war”?

  • Absolutely revulsifying.

  • You can’t de-sanctify that grave, church or that saint, Muslims and other useful idiots.

    Joke’s on you.

  • Shades of the World Council of Churches, which ended up as a political entity infiltrated by the Soviet agents. Difference being that the “Ecumenism” endorsed by the WCC was purely Christian — non-Christian religions were not members. Roman Catholics weren’t members either — to their credit because it turned out that one of the Presidents of the WCC was a KGB agent. Literally, Orthodox Metropolitan Nikodim was code-named ADAMANT by the KGB (and he died of a heart attack while visiting Pope John Paul I after the Pope served him a cup of coffee in his study!).

    So the thing at Tours looks like something new developing — a sort of Ecumenism including non-Christians such as Muslims, this time led by Roman Catholics. Official Ecumenism usually doesn’t turn out well — as with the WCC it could end up a political entity, and as with the WCC it could serve as an institution responsible for Christian persecution. A lot of political intrigue at that level of religious hierarchy.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Here we go again. “The best lack all conviction while the worst are full of passionate intensity.”