Islamophobia Watch is in a funk, the faux human rights website that charts supposed incidents of ”islamofauxbia” is shocked, shocked I tell you, that a Christian pastor of a church in Michigan thinks it’s not appropriate for an Islamic prayer to be said and heard during a service.
What you need to learn from this incident is, the mere refusing of Islam is enough for you to earn the title of Islamofauxbe by the mohammedan. Of course no Muslim prayer should be heard within a Christian service, let alone on the facility itself, it’s a Christian house of worship.
Jewish prayers could be heard within a church because the situation is entirely different, Christianity owes its existence to Judaism, and respects all the Jewish holy texts within what is called the Old Testament, or the Tenach in Hebrew. The rip off religion of Islam however, is completely alien to Christianity (and Judaism) and therefore outside its sphere of spirituality and therefore has no place within a church, let alone a service.
H/T: EDL LGBT Division
Michigan church bans Islamic prayer from service
The word seemingly came out of the blue:
Choral director Jeffrey Cobb told his singers and orchestra – roughly 180 local adults and teens drawn from college, a high school, and churches – that a pastor barred an Islamic prayer from the piece they planned to sing.
Their concert was to be performed the next day, on Veterans Day, at First Congregational Church in Traverse City for the annual Mel Larimer Concert Series.
Pastor David Walls and other church officials wanted nothing to do with the Islamic Call to Prayers portion of the performance. They did not want to offend their congregation and military veterans they planned to honor that day, church leaders said.
A shock wave rippled through the choir during their tune-up at the church, and no one took the jolt harder than Alya Nadji, 16, a Muslim and member of the Traverse City West High School Chorale.