Muslims insult Christians in Australia
Anyone that has done even a half-ass comparison between the Jesus of the Bible and the Jesus in the koran already knows the two are not one and the same.
You will notice that even when the group responsible for this blasphemous attack on Christianity was informed that it was insulting, they not only continued it they accelerated it.
By Daniel Blake, 1 Jun, 11, the Christian Post
Billboards have emerged across Sydney, Australia, carrying the slogan “Jesus: a prophet of Islam.” The advertising campaign is being run by Islamic group “MyPeace,” which has said that the purpose of the campaign is to encourage interfaith relations between Christians and Muslims.
–Yeah, well then it is an epic failure. The Biblical Jesus would never play second fiddle to a known freak and pedophile like mohammed. That sick twisted bastard (mohammed) deserves all the scorn and condemnation that I can muster up. I know that I dumbed down my contempt for islam’s prophet but I am trying to build bridges of tolerance and encourage interfaith relations between Christians and Muslims.
However, a number of Christians in the region have condemned the controversial campaign and called for the billboards to be removed, labeling them as provocative and offensive to Christianity.
–So get off your asses and behead a few muslims, burn a few mosques and riot after services. Oh, yeah, never mind, do not act like muslims, you are better than that.
Catholic bishop Julian Poreous, of the Archdiocese of Sydney, has clarified that for Christians Jesus was “more than a prophet” as the campaign suggests.
He said: “He is the Son of God. He is acclaimed Lord and Savior of humanity.”
MyPeace has claimed it means no offense by the campaign and that it simply is trying to show to everyone that Islam follows the teachings of Jesus too. By encouraging this common ground to be found between the two faith groups, the organization hopes closer interfaith communications can come about.
-I can relate, I expose the truth about islam as a sign of respect, it is not my fault that the minions are sometimes confused, insulted, outraged and annoyed (dripping sarc).
Bishop Poreous, however, commented: “In Australia with its Christian heritage a billboard carrying the statement `Jesus A prophet of Islam’ is provocative and offensive to Christians.”
-That would be why they placed the ad. Counter it with: “Mohammed, the false prophet I warned you about. -Jesus.”
Interestingly, Diaa Mohamed of MyPeace, has reported to Fairfax, one of Australia’s leading media groups, that the campaign has received an “overwhelmingly positive feedback from Christians, atheists, Muslims, everyday Australians.”
-Consider the source.
MyPeace has said that it has decided to extend the campaign beyond the original four weeks, and follow-up billboards will carry even more controversial slogans such as “Holy Quran: the final testament,” and “Muhammad: mercy to mankind.”
-I can’t wait to comment about those lies!
It is planned that the campaign will spread to buses running throughout Sydney.
Clayton Hinds also contributed to this articleExplore posts in the same categories: Australia, By Ronin, Christians under attack, Indoctrination, muslim Intolerance, Radical Islam