From the cathedral to the mosque

lifted from document.no, by blogger Flora (bad google translate)

From the cathedral to the mosque
FLORA 11/29/2014 at. 19.44
As this is being written, a torchlight procession is marching from the cathedral of Nidar (Trondheim Cathedral) to the mosque in Kjøpmannsgata in Trondheim. In this procession they are marching “Together for Palestine.” And the participants are all those we know so well from the efforts to demonize, delegitimize and dehumanizing Israel. The constant and unreasonable criticism of Israel – this new antisemitism – has many followers.

The selection is supported by:
Priests and parish council at Nidaros Cathedral and Our Lady’s church, Solidarity Youth Norwegian People’s Aid, Fagforbundet Sor-Trønderlag (union) Fagforbundet Trondheim (union), Labour Unioin, Amnesty, UN Agency, Labour youth party, Norwegian Communist Party, young communists, Red, National Labour Union, Red youth, Socialist Left Party, Socialist Youth, Palestinian Norwegian Association Kefak, Palestine Committee.

The slogans are “Stop the occupation” and “International law also applies Israel.” So here the union, political Leftist and church come together with organizations like Amnesty and the UN Agency to highlight their opposition to the Middle East’s only democracy; the Middle East’s only country with religious and press freedom; the Middle East’s only country where women are free and gays dare show their love. But unfortunately, women and homosexuals human rights, freedom and democracy are taboos  for the Islamist Hamas – and all they want is to get rid of the Jews. Hamas Charter, Article 7:

The prophet, prayer and peace be upon him, said: The time will not come until Muslims will fight the Jews (and kill them); until the Jews hide behind rocks and trees, which will cry: O Muslim! there is a Jew hiding behind me, come on and kill him! This will not apply to the Gharqad, which is a Jewish tree (cited by Bukhari and Muslim).

Hamas is a branch of the Islamic terror tree. Hamas, Al Qaeda, the Taliban, Boko Haram, al-Shabaab and ISIL are all branches of this tree nourished by Islamic Sharia laws. Thus marches a torchlight procession in the far north as indirect support of Islamic jihad.

From the cathedral to the mosque – what symbolism!

4 comments for “From the cathedral to the mosque

  1. motti
    November 30, 2014 at 1:55 pm

    Here in he UK it is already too late. The church is going all out to include sharia law, empathy for inclusion of Muslims regardless, still show hate for Israel.

    When Israel handed over King David’s city ( I am sure he was Jewish. I reckon not too far in the future, he will join Jesus as a Palestinian) of Bethlehem, the population was 50/50 Muslim and Christian. today, only 10% is Christian. Christianity is going the same way as Judaism with the end result being ethnic cleansing to ensure 100% Islamic control and submission.
    What does the church do? Continue its filthy vitriolic tirade against Israel.
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  2. November 30, 2014 at 2:52 pm

    hehe, I saw some clever bishop admonishing Prince Charles that at his coronation, there should also be a reading from the Quran. And so elegantly shut the door in the face of the Buddhists, the Hindus, the Jews, the Sikhs etc., etc., Yeah, Mr. Bishop, why not the Torah?!?!Or the Vedas? The Guru Granth Sahib? the C of E is in just as bad a state as the Church of Norway.

  3. Eric R.
    December 1, 2014 at 11:10 am

    I have been away for awhile, but is Motti = Marty?

  4. motti
    December 2, 2014 at 4:19 am

    Hi Eric R. Yes, it is the same. Decided to use my Hebrew nickname from Mordekhai. I did write this yonks ago, so I guess you must have missed it

    Even now a church in Bristol started the day with quotations from the Quran. Unsure which section, but I suppose the part where it states that killing Jews hiding behind the rock would have been most apt.

    The previous Archbishop was a real left winger absolutely detested by many. The present boasts of having Jewish ancestry and I think what a waste of a Jewish loss

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