Yeah, Let’s invite them to pray for us again?
Are they not peaceful? Do they not respect others? Do they want the best for us? Hey people, We are losing here when we do nothing..Let your reps have it..tell them about it,
remember that movie ‘Network News’..the statement made in the movie that I think of is this:
“I’M MAD AS H*LL & I’M NOT GONNA TAKE IT ANYMORE!!
We stand with Israel and their right to exist!
Imam offers prayer at Iowa Statehouse asking Allah for “victory over those who disbelieve”
And some of those in attendance were not sufficiently browbeaten by political correctness to fail to notice that that meant victory over them.
The Iowa Legislature started just over a week ago and some people were upset before the first issue was every addressed.When the session began, a Muslim Imam began the prayer in the Iowa Legislature. This is where the controversy begins.
The prayer asked of “Victory over those who disbelieve,” and “Protection from the great Satan” among other things.
Here is the text of the opening prayer, as transcribed by Radio Iowa:
Imam Muhammad Khan of the Islamic Center of Des Moines spoke first in Arabic.
“I seek refuge in God against the accursed Satan in the name of God, most gracious, most merciful,” Khan said in English. Khan made no specific mention of the war in Iraq or foreign affairs, but he called God the “master of the day of judgment” and asked for “victory over those who disbelieve.”…
Yeah right, hey everybody, that’s us..yep, Americans and all who do not believe in Islam….Read below just how ‘peaceful they really are….Betcha a dollar to a doughnut if they checked the mosques of this guy and other Imans, you would find a lot of ‘anti American and death to Americans..Jihad anybody? yet we invite them to pray against us? How about the Chaplain below who was dismissed for praying in the name of Jesus, the true Prince of Peace?
Is it not ironic that one can pray to Allah, but read below: you better not pray in the name of Jesus in the Navy..
A chaplain who was dismissed from the U.S. Navy when he refused to following orders to make his prayers “nonsectarian” and remove the name of Jesus from them now has been commissioned by the governor of Kentucky as an honorary “Kentucky Colonel.”
Just one week after his dismissal from the Navy was completed, Chaplain Gordon James Klingenschmitt also prayed “in Jesus’ name” on the floor of the Kentucky Legislature, where the state house then passed a unanimous resolution to honor Navy chaplains who pray in Jesus’ name.
Our Father in heaven, I come to you through my Lord Jesus Christ, and I ask that you be our only God today.Test the reins of our hearts, to see if there is any sin, any idol, or anything we’ll not give up for you.
Remove from us every false thing we delight in, and everything we rely upon, so we may delight in and rely upon you alone as our only God.
Show us all our hidden faults, so we can immediately forsake them. Fill us with your spirit of holiness instead.
Show us the way of the Cross, and the path of suffering, that we may embrace selfless sacrifice, instead of selfish pleasure. Remove from us any lust for power or position, and help us pass Your agenda instead.
Have mercy, and reveal yourself to us, so we’ll love God and neighbor with all our heart, soul, mind and strength.
Father in heaven, come rule our hearts fully with your love. Now and every day, be our only God.
We pray to you, Almighty God, and I pray in Jesus’ name, Amen.
Then Kentucky Gov. Ernie Fletcher awarded Chaplain Klingenschmitt an honorary commission as “Kentucky Colonel” for courage in the face of adversity, the highest honor bestowed by the Commonwealth of Kentucky. adsonar_placementId=1270202;adsonar_pid=663759;adsonar_ps=1451068;adsonar_zw=300;adsonar_zh=250;adsonar_jv=”ads.adsonar.com”;
Klingenschmitt told WND that he plans now to embark on a 50-state tour, to pray “in Jesus’ name” at each state Legislature, and is seeking church and legislative sponsors for his work.
The Kentucky resolution specifically honored “Chaplain Gordon James Klingenschmitt for service to God, country, and the Commonwealth of Kentucky.”
Lawmakers there noted that “Navy regulations adopted on November 28, 1775, reflect the Navy’s deep concern for the souls of sailors to know Jesus through the preaching of the Gospel state, ‘The commanders of the ships of the thirteen United Colonies are to take care that divine service be performed twice a day on board and a sermon preached on Sundays, unless bad weather or other extraordinary accidents prevent�'”
They also marked the words of President Woodrow Wilson, whose letter to sailors during World War I express the same concern. “The Bible is the word of life. I beg that you will read it and find this out for yourselves – read not little snatches here and there, but long passages that will really be the road to the heart of it�”
“WHEREAS, Navy chaplains are permitted by federal law to pray in Jesus’ name according to 10 U.S.C. sec. 6031, which states, ‘An officer in the Chaplain Corps may conduct public worship according to the manner and forms of the church of which he is a member�'”
“WHEREAS, more Christians have been martyred in the last 100 years than have been martyred in all the previous 1,900 years combined�”
“Be it resolved by the House of Representatives of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky: The House of Representatives does hereby applaud the United States Navy Chaplain Corps and Chaplain Gordon James Klingenschmitt for service to God, country, and the Commonwealth of Kentucky.”
GOOD FOR YOU KENTUCKY!
Klingenshcmitt earlier told WND he would continue his lawsuit against the Navy, fighting to be reinstated. Klingenschmitt said the battle was worth it, and he would do it all over again. “We did change national policy. We rescinded the policy that I was punished for,” he said.
His dismissal came after a Washington appeals court dissolved a stay preventing that action. That stay had been obtained by a law firm representing him in his civil rights action against the Navy. He earlier had been scheduled to be removed from the Navy in January, but a lawsuit filed by the Rutherford Institute alleges he was within his rights to pray as he did.
“The Constitution is clear about the fact that the government is prohibited from establishing a religion,” said John W. Whitehead, president of the Rutherford Institute. “Furthermore, the First Amendment to the United States Constitution guarantees that all citizens have a fundamental right to freely exercise their religious beliefs, and that includes military service people.”
The civil rights complaint stems from a 1998 memo issued by the Navy Chief of Chaplains that discouraged them from invoking the name of Jesus in their prayers. “This instruction was later embodied in an instruction from the secretary of the Navy, which provided that religious elements for a command function, absent extraordinary circumstances, should be non-sectarian in nature,” the lawsuit said.
“Chaplain Klingenschmitt resisted these directives on the basis of a federal statute providing that chaplains may conduct public worship according to the manner and forms of the church of which he is a member,” the firm said.
However, Klingenschmitt says that because he objected to the ban on the name of Jesus, the Department of the Navy gave him adverse fitness reports, reprimands and then brought him up on a court martial – in violation of his constitutional rights.
Really discriminating is it not? do as we say or we’ll make you pay one way or another..sounds like the ‘old Kremlin to me’.
And that, the Rutherford Institute charges, is an attempt by the Navy to assemble a “civic religion.”
“There’s a unitarian system of religion that’s aimed at Christians,” Whitehead told WND. “It boils down to that. We’re seeing it all across the country, with council prayers, kids wanting to mention Jesus. What’s going on here is it’s generally a move in our government and military to set up a civic religion.”
The Navy convicted him of failing to follow a lawful order because his superior didn’t want him praying “in Jesus’ name” and court-martialed him for that. But when Congress got word of his $3,000 fine for his prayer, members ordered the Navy to remove the limitation and allow chaplains to pray as their “conscience dictates.”
We have to speak up, stand up, and have some backbone to overcome, the time is now before we lose all our rights,
Look at the friendly Religion of Peace below
So, you think the Ku Klux Klan
and the Spanish Inquisition are bad?
So do we, but…
Put the Numbers in Perspective
More people are killed by Islamists each year than in all 350 years of the Spanish Inquisition combined. (source)
Islamic terrorists murder more people every day than the Ku Klux Klan has in the last 50 years. (source)
More civilians were killed by Muslim extremists in two hours on September 11th than in the 36 years of sectarian conflict in Northern Ireland. (source)
19 Muslim hijackers killed more innocents in two hours on September 11th than the number of American criminals executed in the last 65 years. (source)
Muslim countries have lower rates of adultery.
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Yep, this was a good one too… a picture of a woman being planted
in the ground and pelted with rocks for having unauthorized sex.
Hey, can you really argue with the results? There is less adultery…
It’s all about Iraq, isn’t it? Yep, it’s all about Iraq and…
India and the Sudan and Algeria and Afghanistan and New York and Pakistan and Israel and Russia and Chechnya and the Philippines and Indonesia and Nigeria and England and Thailand and Spain and Egypt and Bangladesh and Saudi Arabia and Ingushetia and Dagestan and Turkey and Kabardino-Balkaria and Morocco and Yemen and Lebanon and France and Uzbekistan and Gaza and Tunisia and Kosovo and Bosnia and Mauritania and Kenya and Eritrea and Syria and Somalia and California and Argentina and Kuwait and Virginia and Ethiopia and Iran and Jordan and United Arab Emirates and Louisiana and Texas and Tanzania and Germany and Australia and Pennsylvania and Belgium and Denmark and East Timor and Qatar and Maryland and Tajikistan and the Netherlands and Scotland and Chad and Canada and China and Nepal
and the Maldives and…
…and pretty much wherever Muslims believe their religion tells them to:
“Fight those who do not believe in Allah, … nor follow
the religion of truth… until they pay the tax in acknowledg-ment of superiority and they are in a state of subjection.”
Qur’an, Sura 9:29
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