ENOUGH! – Muslims Intimidate Catholics During Mass in France and Italy


August 1, 2016 – San Francisco, CA – PipeLineNews.org – A mere six days ago, three Islamic jihadists committed a barbaric act of brutality, nearly decapitating an aged priest and stabbing a nun - during Mass - in what was formerly a quiet little village in Normandy, France.

“86 year old Catholic priest, Father Jacques Hamel was nearly beheaded by three ISIS jihadists, “in the northern region of Normandy [Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray], Dominique Lebrun, the Archbishop of Rouen, said in a statement posted on the diocese website.” [source, Tim Hume, Carol Jordan and Vasco Cotovio, Hollande: Deadly church attack in France carried out in name of ISIS, CNN]

According to witnesses the Islamic terrorists kidnapped 5 members of the congregation and read Qur’anic verses around the altar before slitting the aged priest’s throat, all the while filming the brutal attack.” [source ISIS Beheads Priest in Normandy France before Shocked Congregation, PipeLineNews.org]

But that act of jihad apparently wasn’t enough to satiate the blood lust among Europe’s Muslim population as yesterday [Sunday, July 31, 2016] a group identified in an NPR story [Muslims In France Attend Mass In Gesture of Solidarity After Church Attack ] as the “French Council of the Muslim Faith (CFCM)” called on Continental Muslims to “attend” the Holy Sacrament of the Catholic Mass, uninvited.

Various commentators, some quite surprising, seem to see this as an act of propitiation over the recent carnage in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray.

To this crowd we say horse shit.

This was clearly an act of provocation, especially coming on the heels of the jihadist brutality which the French people have been forced to endure [even if one only considers the period of time dating from the January 2015 attack on the offices of the country’s satirical Charlie Hebdo magazine to the Normandy atrocity]

This stunt was such a classic display of a variation of jihad by hijra [occupation] that I am frankly stunned that this slap in the face of an already grieving people could possibly be interpreted in any way other than predatory.

Allow me to speak as a former Catholic who left the Church over doctrinal issues centered upon the Holy See’s incessant efforts to secularize a once proud faith…

Even though I no longer attend Mass, I am nonetheless bound to the Church irrevocably despite the current estrangement.

To put it as simply as possible, Christian churches and Jewish synagogues are places where congregants gather to worship, honor and give thanks to the same G_d.

That G_d is NOT Allah, a vile and wicked conception, full of hatred, pain, conquest and retribution. Hence Allah’s followers are NOT welcome in what I still view as my Church.

Though I was a very imperfect Catholic [though quite active within my parish] I still revere its past majesty and all of its beautiful rituals, especially in light of it being, by far the oldest sect in Christendom and thus only once removed from Judaism – its source and one of the primary seeds of Western Civilization.

At some point we as a Western people, whether of faith or not must say stop…this is too much, we will bear no more.

We have passed that point; this treachery must not be allowed to migrate into the United States.

We prevented Muslims from building a mosque on the consecrated site of their ongoing jihad – the area where the Twin Towers once stood so majestically before 3,000 innocents were burned alive on September 11, 2001 to satiate Allah’s Satanic desire for more suffering…thus last Sunday’s act of desecration has to be seen in the same light and prevented from happening again.

To Muslims we say, clean up your own bloody house before you even consider entering ours, you are not welcome.

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