posted on May, 9 2013 @ 04:28 PM
reply to post by SeenMyShare
First off, I don't know where you are getting that people can't proclaim their Christianity. At this very same service.
Audio from the ceremony, which has been circling for at least a few months, includes a U.S. soldier speaking in English; he begins the ceremony by
appealing to the "almighty and awesome God" and goes on to honor the fallen, speaking directly to God and invoking Christian scripture in doing so.
And here are the two translations, the first one from the lawyer representing the families,
, and the other from an actual translator. I really
don't see what the families are complaining about...I don't see anywhere in either translations where he is "damning the SEALS".
Translation from the lawyer
"Amen I shelter in Allah from the devil who has been cast with stones. In the name of Allah the merciful giver. The companions of the fire are
not equal with the companions of heaven. The companions of heaven are the winners. Had we sent this Koran to a mountain, you would have seen the
mountain prostrated in fear of Allah. Such examples are what we present to the people; to the people, so that they would think. Blessings are to your
God, the God of glory of what they describe. And peace be upon the messengers and thanks be to Allah the lord of both universes."
Translation from an Islamic expert.
"I announce the evil by all-aha. By the name of the merciful all-aha. People of hell and people of heaven are not equal (even, not the same),
people of heaven are the winners, if we [unintelligible word] the Koran on the mountain, you will see, you will see him in submission and humble of
alla-aha's fear. Those (who are in submission) are examples for the people (the public) may these people (the public) remember, praise alla-aha.
Alla-aha God of glory, of the people behaviors (he is wondering or questioning the people's behaviors). And peace to the Prophets, thanks to
alla-aha, please (asking alla-aha) to forgive him, comfort him and accept him in paradise. [The prayer ends, however this subject was talking to some
audience he was telling them I LOVE TO....then the audio ended]."