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Christians harass Muslim man praying infront of White House. Disgusting.

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posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 12:11 PM
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posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 12:16 PM

they are like the Christians in Orange County California all over again

and did you hear one of the biker fellers say


That guy is voting for Palin!

This is why we go two term of Bush too!!!


"Oh Jesus!"

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 12:22 PM
reply to post by ArchIlluminatus

It is a shame that a real christain wasnt there to give support to the praying man ! People now days either just turn thier head so they are not involved or join in to hate ! What a shame

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 12:22 PM
It's an effect of generations of divergent media attention which segregates religions into categories of good and evil, while the real world and actuality of it Christians, Jews, and Muslims are all sects of the Abrahamic religions. The ignorance comes into play when ignorant Christians and ignorant Muslims and ignorant Jews fight each other over who is wrong and who is right...when everyone is right. Furthermore, Buddhism, Hinduism, and other religions all share the same philosophy as well, all sharing the same basic rules for guidance, just the characters of their representative stories are different. Egyptians worshiped Horus as the Son of Osiris...Europeans and Americans worship Jesus as the Son of God...same story, different names [if you dare to contradict this, research it first.]

This video, the one I'm not even going to watch, is negatively associated anti-christian propaganda in and of itself and I recommend that others do the same and steer clear. This video and thread are pushing more people AGAINST Christianity as a whole because a few ignorant zealots have chosen to harass one of their own [unknowingly].

Now I will declare myself, I am a protestant. I lean towards a one world religion though because everyone has the same story, more or less, and I think, like the bible says, that the devil has dominion over this world and that he is a master of deception. This video and video's like it coming from every religion, are forms of that deception, all working in conjunction with one another to further the dispute of religions fighting religions. As a protestant, I blame the powers that's easier to justify annihilating a population if they are a 'lesser' religion than your own.

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 12:25 PM

Originally posted by jimhinderer
reply to post by ArchIlluminatus

It is a shame that a real christain wasnt there to give support to the praying man ! People now days either just turn thier head so they are not involved or join in to hate ! What a shame

SO TRUE. But it doesn't only include Christians, any Jew, Buddhist, Hindu, or Pagan on the street that day would have knelt by the man and prayed along his side. I know I would have. Faith is faith and the differences in ones personal beliefs due to cultural differences and social differences shouldn't matter, EVER.

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 12:44 PM
Haven't read all the threads apologise if going over old ground

Maybe those who have faith should keep to praying at home,or in the Church, Temple, Mosque, Synagogue etc or quietly to themselves. To do otherwise is surely confrontational and making a point.

Religion imho should be a private thing between you and your chosen God why make a public display in front of a government building, unless you have an ulterior motive? especially in a predominately Christian country.

As an aside would a Christian in i.e., Saudi get away with praying in front of one of their government buildings?

Organised religion sucks.

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 12:49 PM

Originally posted by doobydoll
A couple of months ago we in the UK had memorial day for our world war fallen heroes, and crowds of muslims disrupted it by protesting and shouting their hateful insults and slurs. Many on here defended the muslims right to protest, 'they're doing nothing illegal' and 'it's a free country' etc. And rightly so.

Just remember that protesting is a right of non-muslims too.

This double standard is normal around here, if it were the other way around and someone was complaining about Muslims attacking Christians, it would be another story.

Egyptian Armed Forces Fire At Christian Monasteries, 19 Injured

(AINA) -- For the second time in as many days, Egyptian armed force stormed the 5th century old St. Bishoy monastery in Wadi el-Natroun, 110 kilometers from Cairo. Live ammunition was fired, wounding two monks and six Coptic monastery workers. Several sources confirmed the army's use of RPG ammunition. Four people
have been arrested including three monks and a Coptic lawyer who was at the monastery investigating yesterday's army attack.

Egyptian Islamic army tanks on St.Bishoy Coptic monastery 23-2-2011

- Beaten monks & Christian youth by live bullets & RPJ mortars.
- Tanks attack & armored vehicles by the Egyptian Muslims army on monks & Coptic youth ,& down the wall of the Coptic Orthodox monastery in Wadi Al- Natroun-Cairo Alexandria high way & and break the Crosses,Door,even the Trees & a sign the monastery , also logging own monastery.
- Battalion Commander Usama & Muslims Army soldiers Swearing at Christian youth & Monks by dirty words with Death threat!!

You know people on this planet have a rude awakening coming.

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 12:50 PM
This is so messed up.. Personally I am DEFINITELY not a big fan of the muslim religion, but if this guy is quietly praying and minding his own business I say leave him alone. Muslims have been spit on first by US- backed dictators and now by American troops, while these stereotypical 'conservative christians' have sat around watching TV, yelling about how nice their flag is as the world deteriorates. They are the ones who lived under a so-called 'democracy' and had the best chance of stopping this. Well now their country is gonna be eaten alive by China and the NWO thanks to their ignorance, and I hope those racist bigots are first in line for the FEMA camps. Welcome to 1984.

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 01:04 PM
Tensions are running high in America and all over the world. I figure these people expected to face Muslim extremists even though the main coward cancelled the protest.
I think it was simply a mind game played on Americans. A test of sorts maybe. Too many people are leading with emotions and playing into the hands of others they oppose.

I will admit to being guilty of allowing my emotions to lead, it's not they way to handle things ... although there are exceptions to rules of course

We are being studied by many. We should stand our ground but in silence. "Silence is deadly", I can't remember where I heard that but it can play on the mind of others!

Personally I'm tired of all the talking, the shouting. I welcome those who are silent, those are the one's who mean business. Actions speak louder than words. Controlled actions not uncontrolled emotions.

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 01:06 PM
Time for a little more depth in this story. Once again the TPM may have left out some critical information.

Liberal Site Tries to Tie Shocking Muslim-Taunting Video to Respected Conservative

The disgusting mockers are apparently tied to another fringe group who showed up with other groups on Thursday to counter protest a pro Shariah rally.

Reaboi doesn’t deny that he, Gaffney, and the center were at the White House. But, he adds, they weren’t there for a rally. Rather, they held a press conference regarding the conflict between Shariah law and the Constitution — it didn’t have a religious or “Jesus” element, like the incident in the video. Further supporting that claim: Reaboi says he’s Jewish.

In fact, the group says it secured a permit to be on White House grounds and had the Park Service specifically change the permit application to note the group was having a press conference, not a rally.

Indeed, a story on from yesterday notes that the center was slated to hold a “counter press conference” that was even set to feature a speaker who is a non-radical Muslim. Multiple press releases sent out before the event also confirm it was a non-religious event. It seems natural, then, for the center to defend itself on the grounds that the abusers were religious in nature while its press conference was not.

This next part is key.

According to Reaboi, the group seen in the video was actually part of the mob accompanying Florida’s burn-a-Koran pastor Terry Jones. Reaboi says he knows what Jones’s group looks like because it tried to co-opt the center’s press conference, with Jones himself at one point pulling out a bullhorn, standing on a nearby bench, and “treating us like we were his assembled crowd.”

They weren’t. And they made that clear.

“No, he’s not with us and he doesn’t have a permit,” Reaboi recalls telling the Park Service, who then relocated Jones and his group about a half a block away. Where’s that, you might ask?

“Exactly the same spot where the incident with the Muslim man occurred,” Reaboi says. He knows that, he explains, because he happened to see the Muslim man praying while he (Reaboi) was leaving the press conference, which ended about 40 minutes earlier.

The poor man being harassed apparently prays in that spot on a regular basis. TPM is attempting to paint with some very broad strokes by trying to attach this poor behavior on the wrong group.

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 01:12 PM
reply to post by ArchIlluminatus

so basiclly you are saying we should drop a nuke on every muslim nation then to appease gods anger? would be quicker and easier then pileing up the plunder to be fired

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 01:23 PM

edit on 4-3-2011 by The Djin because: oops please remove

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 01:29 PM
Did any buddy as also saw what i DID ..Israel Flag?

I think she have to watch down below video prior to shouting against Muslims .

edit on 4-3-2011 by infomaster because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 01:33 PM
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Nice to see they've finally see evolution in action -

The revisions more accurately reflect translations of ancient Hebrew and Greek versions of the Old Testament and the constant evolution of modern-day language, Sperry said.

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n a change in a passage in Isaiah 7:14 that foretells the coming of Jesus and his birth to a virgin mother, the 1970 edition's reference to "the virgin" will become "the young woman," to better translate the Hebrew word "almah."

"The bishops and the Bible are not signaling any sort of change in the doctrine of the virgin birth of Jesus. None whatsoever," Sperry added.

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 01:46 PM
reply to post by ArchIlluminatus

im sorry ...this is just silly , first the guy couldnt find a better place to pray ?? and then all this people there are just bored of their lives ...maybe they should do some more reading instead ...
the pictures exactly reflects the non sense of all religions and the weight they had in the last 2000 years in our conciousness.

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 02:02 PM
reply to post by ArchIlluminatus

Hook, Line and Sinker !!

How old are you? THEY create your reality by posting this stuff. Just take a look at the body language and facial expressions of the the crowd. Listen to the vernacular, the vocal intonation of the idiot bumping his gums. Oh, wait a minute, perhaps YOU are a schill, and are posting this to further the "cause".

I can almost guarantee you that the 'Muslim' that was 'praying', had coffee, bacon and eggs that morning with half the actors in this pathetic show. I realize that critical thinking skills have not been instilled in today's generation, BY DESIGN, but please, quit embarrassing yourself.

Divide the people, so as to more easily CONQUER

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 02:16 PM
Just try to calculate a rough estimate of the whole groups IQ.... i bet you won't go past 100 ....

Thats the problem with today's religion, its just to accesible to everyone and the vast majority are as stupid and as ignorant as a rock in the desert. Thats why religion is so succesfull in dividing us.

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 02:36 PM
reply to post by mr.eccentric

Muslims have been spit on first by US

Sure about that there Hot Rod? Do you not know that the US aligned ourselves with the Muslims during the Russian/ Afghanistan 10 year war. Who do yo think supplied that region with stinger missiles that turned the tide on the Russians?

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 02:39 PM

Originally posted by Holly N.R.A.
My heart hurts for the Muslim man in the video being interrupted during his prayers...but my heart hurt worse to see that group of parasitic religious fanatic excuses for human beings who believe their "god" is the "ONLY" one worth believing in. They are the kind of misguided fools that have caused wars, hatred, and inquisitions over the history of the world.

Organized religion breeds fanatic behaviour in ALL that are too weak to realize that each day they live is a tribute to the Creator in the way they react and treat their fellow human beings. These people will definitely learn that their actions will come back to them times three.

Yes, they are exercising their rights of free speech...but there are limits to what is tasteful and just plain tasteless!

Bet the Muslim guy forgives them...but he won't forget their actions.

It's really pathetic to watch -- two competitors in the religious arena, one outnumbering the other, creating an uproar over superstition. Religion does stupid things to people, but when those things become policy of a nation, that's where we're in trouble.

Your heart may "hurt" for the Muslim guy, but I can assure you it is only because he was outnumbered and looks helpless. If the day ever comes where Islam dominates this country, you won't even be able to post your concerns for Christians. No one will dare speak freely as to their religious beliefs and the "tolerance" so many speak of here will be out the window.

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 02:53 PM
reply to post by ArchIlluminatus

Well, this is quite sensationalist. I am not referring to the fact that the poster put this up for fellow ATS'ers, I am referring to the fact that someone uploaded this video to youtube with the purposes of creating further division. Yes its good that we are aware of this behavior and for that I thank the OP, but, its important that we don't feed that same behavior by jumping to the other side of the spectrum in an act of judgement.

Yes, it totally sucks that these particular Christians are behaving in this manner especially given the fact that in Egypt, an entire group of Muslims protected Christians while they were trying to worship amidst all the controversy. You can see that
So, when we look at the fact that middle eastern Muslims were protecting Christians in the most volatile region of the earth that has the worst divisions possible, and then American Christians cannot show that same respect in a far less unstable region, it lets me know which side is showing the most aggression. That is my objective analysis.

But, I can also say that not all Christians behave like this despite the fact that a large majority of American Christians are completely psychopathic and typically make headlines because of their behavior. The question is though..."are they really Christians at all or is that simply a label that they paste upon themselves out of the FEAR OF HELL?" The fact is, any religion that you go to out of the fear of hell as opposed to submitting to it because of the genuine LOVE FOR GOD AND HUMANITY, shows faulty intent and poor logic from the jump. American Christians are not representative of the religion as a whole and make up a very tiny minority of the world's Christian population. Unfortunately, they are financially backed by some of the most sociopathic politics and policies ever created which makes them especially dangerous to society as a whole. Keep in mind though, as you defend one religion such as Islam that you DO NOT demonize the other such as Christianity, because ultimately, that means that you are attempting to judge something that you are not qualified to. In fact, it makes you the exact same as the people you are downgrading. Don't feed the cycle.

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