The enlightened elites have been telling us for 50-plus years that we must separate church and state and scrub all of our institutions – schools, courthouses, halls of government – of any references to God and Christ.
But God appears be to creeping back into these institutions, albeit a god most Americans are just starting to get acquainted with.
These people “gathered and attacked officers by throwing lit cigarettes, then kicking and beating them,” Dresden police said. The fight took place in the courtyard of a refugee shelter with asylum seekers using “knifes, chairs and fire extinguishers” as weapons, a German newspaper reported. Two police officers and a security guard were injured during the riot. Additional police units were called to defuse the situation.
Pastor Rich Penkoski says his daughter, a seventh-grader at Mountain Ridge Middle School, came home with an assignment that instructed her to write the Islamic conversion prayer, called the Shahada, in Arabic, which the teacher passed off as a “calligraphy” assignment.
Many Christians, including Penkoski, believe the Shahada — “There is no god by Allah and Muhammad is his messenger” — is blasphemous. They don’t believe Allah is the “same god” worshiped in Christianity and Judaism.
LeoHohmann.com has learned that the same teacher, Katherine Hinson, who handed out the Shahada assignment as a supplemental lesson plan, also suggested students may want to fast for a day to help them identify with Muslims during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, which started last Tuesday, May 15.
We don’t cotton to this Islamic crap in West By God Virginia.
French authorities have been warned that Muslims could “set fire to the neighbourhood” in one of Paris’s migrant-populated suburbs following a court order to take down a number of tents erected for Ramadan.
German radio broadcaster Deutschlandfunk Kultur has claimed that the Islamic holy month of Ramadan is not only an “old German custom” but that it had been celebrated in the country longer than Oktoberfest.
There are 7.6 billion people in the world. And a full 24% of them — 1.8 billion — are fasting from sunup to sundown. And they want to kill the infidels.* Every day. For an entire month.
It’s Ramadan, the holiest month of the Muslim calendar. But what if you’re not a Muslim — just a caring, considerate person. Is there anything you should do so you don’t come across as insensitive to your fasting friends in the US?
The blue signs, part of a campaign launched by Minnesota Council of Churches three years ago, also will be showing up at several thousand churches, individual homes and educational centers across the nation to mark the expected first day of Ramadan May 15.
“Ramadan – a Swedish tradition.” Yes, as long as people in the Swedish society are practicing something recurrent, it is a tradition, believes Jenny Berglund, who answered SD’s Richard Jomshof after his statements regarding Ramadan and Islam.
The 1,639 Islamic extremist perpetrated deaths throughout the Muslim holy month of Ramadan this year surpassed the American troop fatalities on at least four U.S. military operations that respectively expanded over more than 30 days, including the Persian Gulf War.