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Dec 25 2012

Fatwa Against Christmas

Maybe Dickens’s ghosts need to make some more visits. The Muslim colonists overwhelming Australia have issued a fatwa against Christmas.

Fortunately the fatwa no longer appears on the Lakemba Mosque’s Facebook page, and the Islamic Friendship Association is politically astute enough to discredit it. A junior staffer is getting blamed for the online declaration that it is a sin to wish infidels a Merry Christmas. However,

The head imam at Lakemba, Sheikh Yahya Safi, reportedly told the congregation during Friday prayers they should not have anything to do with Christmas.

The fatwa reportedly warned: ”Disbelievers are trying to draw Muslims away from the straight path.”

It said Christmas Day and associated celebrations are among the ”falsehoods” for a Muslim to avoid.

”Therefore a Muslim is neither allowed to celebrate the Christmas Day nor is he allowed to congratulate them,” it said.

No wonder moonbat grinches who won’t say “Merry Christmas” have such a soft spot for Muslims.

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Urgently needed at an Australian mosque.

On a tip from Andrew M.

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  • bobdog

    Yeah, yeah, yeah. And the penalty for wishing a child a merry Christmas is, of course, death.

    It always is.

  • bluffcreek1967

    This is just one of many reasons why Muslims should NOT be allowed in White, Western civilized nations. Has it not been made clear by now that the followers of their pedophile prophet (may piss be upon him) have no intention of ever assimilating and that they are determined to destroy us??

    Those of us in Western nations should treat Muslims in the following manner:

    1. Don’t greet them on the street. Don’t even smile at them. When they inquire, tell them exactly what you think of their primitive moon-god religion.

    2. Don’t do business with Muslim owned companies.

    3. Teach your children about the horrors of the Muslim religion and how they treat women, murder those who disagree with them, and how ignorance and religious conflict prevails wherever they increase in numbers.

    4. Make it normal among your relatives and friends to mock Islam and its fanatical followers. Do everything you can to take opportunities to mock, ridicule and show contempt for Islam and even Muslims themselves.

    5. Intellectually arm yourself with knowledge of Islam, its theology, its history and its many errors.

    If you think all of this is beneath you or ‘hateful,’ it’s only because you don’t realize the danger these people pose. It’s also because you don’t recognize that Islam is personally at war with you, and that you are still asleep on your ‘multicultural’ pillow. Don’t worry if they hate you because they already do!

    I’m not recommending we attack or become violent with the Muslims in our midst, but we can all do things to express our resentment of this murderous desert religion.

  • grayjohn

    We need to issue a Fatwad on a few of these assholes.

  • Belfast

    They removed it from Facebook but not before they gave the usual defences;
    They didn’t say it,
    If it was said, it was misreported,
    Anyway, if it was said and correctly reported it was unauthorised.
    If said reported and authorised, it was mistranslated,
    If it was said, reported, authorised and not mistranslated, it was taken out of context.
    It is sickening how often they get caught and then spin all the BS for the media.
    It is hardly worth the effort in condemning. Lies and lies and lies.

  • John Kerry

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    Let them issue their fatwas. That much easier to know exactly whom to deport FIRST.

    .

  • MuayTyson

    bluffcreek,
    Public ridicule and social outcasting used to be legal in America. Thanks to the NAACP,ACLU, ETC. just go ahead and try what you suggest. With out a shadow of a doubt win or lose you will be in court on violation of civil liberties or possibly Hate Crime laws.

    Don’t believe me? This is how it works, you try to ignore a Muslim. He confronts you, you tell him the truth about his shit religion. He takes a swing at you, you defend yourself but find yourself in the lock up for Assault. Our wonderful court system tacks on a Hate Crime charge as his 14 year old wife over heard you call him a Camel Jockey as he pushed you in the chest.

    Welcome to America brother enjoy your stay.

  • Alphamail

    A fatwa against Christmas? Gee, ya think?

    These people have a fatwa against everything traditional in America.

    They hate the Bible; they want crosses removed from everywhere; they sue when a high school student wears a Christian T-shirt but support it when it praises Islam; they overtly support Muslim prayer in school but militantly deny Christians the same right; they scream relentlessly about nativity scenes in public; they support militant Muslims who march against America and burn the American flag; they fight for Muslim advances in government; and they turn the other cheek when Muslims blasheme Christianity, but spend countless hours in costly court battles – often using their own money – to defeat Christians who they feel are doing the same.

    These people are pathetic, anti-American, Christophobes!

    Wait……..did you say……..uh-oh………..

    I’m sorry…you said…Muslims!

    I was thinking ACLU.

  • bluffcreek1967

    In Reply to Muay Tyson: Yes, I understand what you’re saying but expressing one’s opinion, making ridicule and social out casting is still not illegal in the USA (although we are heading that direction). Maybe in the UK, but not here as of yet.

    But regardless, what do we then do? Just clam up and never say anything? This timidity and fear has contributed to the very position we find ourselves in today! We MUST start speaking out and stop worrying what others might think, say or ‘feel’! We are in a war whether we acknowledge it or not – and we better start getting prepared for some ugly confrontations and ‘controversies’ or else we will be murdered as infidels by members of the ‘religion of peace’!

  • Zachriel

    On the one side we have a Muslim cleric saying ”Therefore a Muslim is neither allowed to celebrate the Christmas Day nor is he allowed to congratulate them,” a stance they retracted.

    On the other we have “Don’t greet them on the street. Don’t even smile at them”, “Do everything you can to take opportunities to mock, ridicule and show contempt for Islam and even Muslims themselves”, “Let them issue their fatwas. That much easier to know exactly whom to deport FIRST”, “We are in a war”.

    Christians all, no doubt.

  • bluffcreek1967

    In Reply to Zachriel: There is a big difference in the two comparisons that you’ve failed to note. (1) The Muslims are in our White, Western nations seeking to impose their intolerance on us – not the reverse. (2) They seek our death and subjugation for not complying with their religion, not the reverse. (3) Your naive observations are the result of failing to understand the danger Islam imposes on all of us. (4) Social out casting is not a knee-jerk reaction, but the result of repeated and continued acts of Islamic terrorism. It’s the result also of the Muslim people themselves who are complicit in all of it and who refuse to speak out against their Muslim brothers who terrorize the world. (5) It’s easy to mock Christians because they will not kill you or burn down your home for ‘offensive’ remarks. But the Muslims will and therefore you ought to save your disgust for them. (6) It’s not un-Christian for people who are under threat of violence and death from Muslims to have nothing to do with them until they change their ways. Once again, you have failed to perceive the danger that we in the West are in with Muslims in our midst.

  • Zachriel

    bluffcreek1967: The Muslims are in our White, Western nations seeking to impose their intolerance on us – not the reverse.

    Most Muslims don’t attempt to impose on others.

    bluffcreek1967: They seek our death and subjugation for not complying with their religion, not the reverse.

    Most Muslims don’t seek your death.

    bluffcreek1967: Your naive observations are the result of failing to understand the danger Islam imposes on all of us.

    Certainly radical Islam can be a danger to Muslims and non-Muslims.

    bluffcreek1967: Social out casting is not a knee-jerk reaction, but the result of repeated and continued acts of Islamic terrorism.

    The juxtaposition of the supposed insult, ”Therefore a Muslim is neither allowed to celebrate the Christmas Day nor is he allowed to congratulate them,” to the reaction reveals the weakness of that position.

    bluffcreek1967: It’s easy to mock Christians because they will not kill you or burn down your home for ‘offensive’ remarks.

    Most Christians don’t go out of their way to mock and provoke other people. Neither do most Muslims.

    bluffcreek1967: It’s not un-Christian for people who are under threat of violence and death from Muslims to have nothing to do with them until they change their ways.

    There is nothing in the original post about threats of violence or death, just a repudiated call to a Muslim congregation to avoid Christmas celebrations.

  • son of a preacher man

    Muslim expresses dislike of Christian.
    Christian in turn expresses dislike of Muslim.
    Troll only shows contempt for Christian. Why?

  • bobdog

    OK, Zachriel, try and defy a fatwah.

    Go ahead. I’ll hold your coat.

    If Islam is so peaceful and all, moderate Muslims would speak out against the unspeakable barbarity that is so commonplace in the middle east. You would object to the way your own women are treated. You would object to the murder of women and children. You would object to a billion “peaceable” people calling for worldwide genocide of the Jews. You would object to the neanderthal barbarism of Sharia “justice”. You would welcome people of other faiths in hopes of attracting them to the joys of Islam instead of threatening to murder them.

    But please don’t try and shine me on about the enlightenment of the Muslim world. I don’t see any “enlightenment” there at all.

  • Zachriel

    son of a preacher man: Troll only shows contempt for Christian. Why?

    We haven’t contempt for any person.

    The Muslim cleric expressed no dislike for Christians, and only said it was sinful for Muslims to participate in religious observances of other religions. The statement was retracted. On the other hand, the cited comments on this blog were taunting and contemptuous.

  • Zachriel

    THE LEBANESE Muslim Association claims it organised for a festive message be written in the sky above Lakemba Mosque following reports of a fatwa being declared on Christmas.
    http://www.news.com.au/national/lakemba-mosque-imam-issues-fatwa-against-christmas-report/story-fndo4eg9-1226542519830

  • bobdog

    No personal insult intended, Zacriel, but the Lebanese Muslim Association, like CAIR, is a public relations organization, and it has absolutely no influence on the Muslim world. It exists to explain away the behavior of a 14th century culture that has gone collectively insane. Islam could be so much more.

  • bluffcreek1967

    Another Reply to Zachriel: (1) The entire Muslim religion is itself an imposition on others and their religious and social-political beliefs. (2) Individual Muslims are complicit because the vast majority of them by far absolutely refuse to publicly oppose their militant brothers. Gee, I wonder why? (2) You speak of radical Islam, but you fail to recognize that so-called ‘radical Islam’ is in fact normative Islam. There is no moderate Islam. Thankfully, there are Muslims who don’t implement all that’s in their false Koran, but there are inconsistent Muslims for if they were truly faithful to it, things would be even worse. (3) Most Christians don’t go out of their way to offend others – Muslims included. But the situation is quite different now. In the past, Christians united to violently defeat the hordes of Muslim invaders and we may have to do the same thing once again if the crisis persists. (4) Muslims may issue all the non-violent Fatwas against Christmas and Christians they wish. But in turn, I will urge all civilized Westerners to socially outcast all followers of their pedophile prophet (may piss be upon him). (5) You are tragically naive about Islam. I hope you will learn before you discover it’s too late. I urge you read authors such as Robert Spencer and others on Islam because you woefully uninformed.

  • son of a preacher man

    No contempt? Then what do you mean by…

    “Christians all, no doubt.”

    Why do you assume the posters here, airing their contmept for islam, are practising Christians themselves?

    Why do you give the benefit of the doubt to the Muslim?

  • George

    Zachriel says:
    December 26, 2012 at 10:22 am

    bluffcreek1967: The Muslims are in our White, Western nations seeking to impose their intolerance on us – not the reverse.

    Most Muslims don’t attempt to impose on others.

    So those leaflets in Tower Hamlets, London proclaiming it a Sharia zone were figments of the imagination of the people who saw them and Muslims mocking Dutch people’s funerals in The Netherlands does not happen.

    Sir, I salute your courage, your strength, your indefatigability, and I want you to know that we are with you, hatta al-nasr, hatta al-nasr, hatta al-Quds

  • Zachriel

    bobdog: If Islam is so peaceful and all, moderate Muslims would speak out against the unspeakable barbarity that is so commonplace in the middle east.

    They do. You’re just not listening.

    bobdog: the Lebanese Muslim Association, like CAIR, is a public relations organization, and it has absolutely no influence on the Muslim world.

    They run the mosque in question.

    bluffcreek1967: The entire Muslim religion is itself an imposition on others and their religious and social-political beliefs.

    Islam is not a monolithic group, and there are a wide variety of views held by Muslims.

    bluffcreek1967: Individual Muslims are complicit because the vast majority of them by far absolutely refuse to publicly oppose their militant brothers.

    Many Muslims oppose violence against civilians; for instance, among American Muslims, 78% say such attacks are never justified—a higher percentage than American Christians.
    http://www.gallup.com/poll/148763/muslim-americans-no-justification-violence.aspx

    son of a preacher man: No contempt? Then what do you mean by… “Christians all, no doubt.”

    It highlighted the irony of their comments. Certainly most Christians don’t go out of their way to provoke other people.

    On the one hand, we have a Muslim cleric who issues an edict saying it is a sin for Muslims to participate in the religious rituals of another religion (common enough even among Christians). That edict is then retracted and a “Merry Christmas” is made in its place. On the other hand, we have the vicious comments cited above.

    son of a preacher man: Why do you assume the posters here, airing their contmept for islam, are practising Christians themselves?

    Perhaps they are not. They can certainly clarify their views if they choose.

    >son of a preacher man: Why do you give the benefit of the doubt to the Muslim?

    Benefit of the doubt? Nothing in the original post indicates they did anything wrong. They weren’t trying to provoke Christians.

    George: So those leaflets in Tower Hamlets, London proclaiming it a Sharia zone were figments of the imagination of the people who saw them and Muslims mocking Dutch people’s funerals in The Netherlands does not happen.

    So if a skinhead claiming to be some sort of Christian hands out ‘white pride’ leaflets, it must represent a majority of Christians?

  • son of a preacher man

    Okay let me dumb it down further.

    Why do you assume the Muslims in the article are telling the truth?

    “On the other hand, we have the vicious comments cited above.”

    Why do assume they came from a Christian?

    Ala Why do you give the Muslim the benefit of the doubt?

  • bluffcreek1967

    A Rejoinder to Zachriel: (1) It’s not that people aren’t listening to ‘moderate Muslims,’ there just aren’t any as a large group who publicly make it clear that they oppose so-called ‘radical Islam.’ There may differences between Muslims, but they are indeed a monolith when it comes to condemning Christians, the West and the infidels. (2) Most Muslims DON’T oppose violence against the West or Christians. Tell your nonsense to all the Christians who are currently being persecuted and killed throughout many Muslim nations. (3) The skinhead analogy is not a valid one because most Christians DO oppose and speak out against them. Violence against others is the mark of skinheads, but it’s not representative of Christians worldwide. In contrast, violence and terrorism IS the mark of Islam and its adherents. Such atrocities, conflicts and violence has historical precedent in Islam, beginning with the grand pedophile himself, Muhammad (may Allah’s piss be upon him eternally). Once again, you are uninformed and I do not believe you even wish to know the truth. I’m done with you.

  • Vonster

    forgive me if someone has already mentioned this but my limited knowledge of Islam informs me that Jesus IS recognized as a prophet so I don’t understahnd the problem.

  • bluffcreek1967

    In Reply to Vonster: Muslims merely acknowledge Jesus as a prophet, but not the greatest of the prophets. In Islam, Muhammad is greater than Jesus. Muslims deny Jesus as the Son of God, deny His divinity, deny His bodily resurrection, and they don’t even believe it was Jesus’ body that was crucified on the cross.

    Muhammad was murderous false prophet who took elements of both Judaism and Christianity and incorporated them into his Islamic belief system. Through his travels, he came into contact with Jews and Christian missionaries and took bits and pieces of each that he used to help frame his storage religious system. Muhammad was illiterate, and he never truly understood the religions he borrowed from. At heart, and he still held onto forms of his pagan worldview (‘moon-god’ nonsense, etc.). His so-called ‘visions’ were likely epileptic seizures. He was also a pedophile. The religion he founded has caused more harm, dissension and warfare than all the religions combined. It’s NOT the ‘religion of peace’ that many sincere but naive people assert. It’s in fact the ‘religion of war’!

  • Zachriel

    son of a preacher man: Why do you assume the Muslims in the article are telling the truth?

    We have relied upon the same article the original post did. The mosque issued a fatwa, then retracted it, and replaced it with a Merry Christmas. Are those facts in dispute?

    son of a preacher man: Why do assume they came from a Christian?

    We are more than open to new information on the subject.

    bluffcreek1967: It’s not that people aren’t listening to ‘moderate Muslims,’ there just aren’t any as a large group who publicly make it clear that they oppose so-called ‘radical Islam.’

    You simply ignored our previous comments. For instance, a majority of American Muslims reject violence against civilians, more so than American Christians.

    bluffcreek1967: There may differences between Muslims, but they are indeed a monolith when it comes to condemning Christians, the West and the infidels.

    Muslims of Liberated Saraqeb, Syria, put up Christmas Tree for Local Christians
    http://www.juancole.com/2012/12/liberated-christmas-christians.html

    bluffcreek1967: In contrast, violence and terrorism IS the mark of Islam and its adherents.

    You’re just not listening.
    http://www.dailynews.com/news/ci_21565326/muslim-coptic-christian-leaders-speak-out-against-violence

    bluffcreek1967: Such atrocities, conflicts and violence has historical precedent in Islam

    And similar historical precedent in Christianity.

    Vonster: forgive me if someone has already mentioned this but my limited knowledge of Islam informs me that Jesus IS recognized as a prophet so I don’t understahnd the problem.

    That’s right. Jesus is a beloved prophet of Islam.

    bluffcreek1967: Muslims deny Jesus as the Son of God, deny His divinity …

    That’s right. So do those of the Jewish faith.

  • son of a preacher man

    Actually it was “Merry Xmas”…

    I wonder why?

    You keep reiterating your same talking point and not answering my question.

    Let me ask it a different way again.

    Why do you assume the best in the Muslim and the worst from the Christian?

  • Jodie

    son of a preacher man says:
    December 27, 2012 at 6:24 am

    “Actually it was “Merry Xmas”…”

    Good catch! That is extremely important!

    And it further validates bluffcreek1967′s excellent post at: December 26, 2012 at 6:29 pm

  • Zachriel

    son of a preacher man: Actually it was “Merry Xmas”… I wonder why?

    X is from the first letter of Christ in Greek, Χριστός, and an ancient symbol for Christians.

  • son of preacher man

    Okay
    You still did not answer my question.

  • Zachriel

    son of a preacher man: Why do you assume the best in the Muslim and the worst from the Christian?

    We don’t.

  • son of preacher man

    Then what was the point of your original post?

  • Zachriel

    son of a preacher man: Then what was the point of your original post?

    -
    Zachriel: On the one side we have a Muslim cleric saying ”Therefore a Muslim is neither allowed to celebrate the Christmas Day nor is he allowed to congratulate them,” a stance they retracted.

    On the other we have “Don’t greet them on the street. Don’t even smile at them”, “Do everything you can to take opportunities to mock, ridicule and show contempt for Islam and even Muslims themselves”, “Let them issue their fatwas. That much easier to know exactly whom to deport FIRST”, “We are in a war”.
    -

    Pretty obvious. We juxtaposed the innocuous and retracted statement from the Muslim mosque, and the vilification from the commenters on this thread.

  • son of preacher man

    That only leads me back to…
    Why do you assume the best in the muslim and the worst in the christian?

  • Zachriel

    son of preacher man: Why do you assume the best in the muslim and the worst in the christian?

    Which we answered, “We don’t.” Indeed, most Christians and Muslims want to live in peace with their neighbors and don’t mock, ridicule and show contempt for other religions.

  • son of a preacher man

    “…most Christians and Muslims want…”

    Yes you keep reiterating that same generalized statement but that does not follow when you assumed the muslims in the article were being sincere and in turn also assumed a poster here bashing islam was indicative of what a typical Christian may think. With no evidence to support that the poster in question was indeed a practicing Christian.

    See you took everything from the article at face value that concerned the muslim and then went on to assume the religious affliation of a poster who voiced his opinion and accused him of vilifying islam all to make some inane point that has yet to be determined.

  • Zachriel

    son of a preacher man: Yes you keep reiterating that same generalized statement …

    A reasonable statement.

    son of a preacher man: assumed a poster here bashing islam was indicative of what a typical Christian may think.

    That’s quite contrary to what we have written. We don’t think the comments were representative of most Christians by any means. If you remember, we said most Christians don’t “mock, ridicule and show contempt for other religions”, yet that is exactly what the commenter advocated towards Muslims.

    If we were wrong about their religion, we would be happy to issue a correction.

    son of a preacher man: See you took everything from the article at face value …

    Are you saying the article was in error? What specifically?

  • bluffcreek1967

    The Muslim group in Australia only retracted their Fatwa against Christmas once the “Islamic Friendship Association” realized it would not be good for public relations. The Mosque, however, still reinforced the Fatwa privately among its members. In other words, in spite of the image they wish to portray as peaceful and loving so as to gain sympathy from unsuspecting and naive Westerners, Muslims still continue to hate the West, hate Christianity and its religious observances, and do what they can to undermine the ‘infidels.’

    Islam, at its core, is duplicitous, disingenuous, and deadly. This has been its history all along and our modern era is no different.

    When Christians kill in the name of Jesus, they are contradicting the actions and words of their Master. They are being inconsistent with their own religion. However, when Muslims kill in the name of Allah, they are doing exactly what their founder Muhammad taught and modeled before them. In other words, when Muslims violently attack and kill the infidels or unbelievers, they are being consistent with their religion. If one cannot see the vast differences between Christianity and Islam at so many points, they are either uninformed or unwilling to see things fairly no matter what is presented (e.g., Zachriel above).

    We must also never forget that it’s permissible for Muslims to lie and engage in deception when dealing with unbelievers. They will say whatever we wish to hear in order to promote their hateful religious agenda. Thus, when you hear of groups such as the “Islamic Friendship Association,” it’s a ruse to give naive Westerners the impression that Muslims are our ‘friends’ and that they ‘only want to live in peace with us.’

    The only good news to come out of the terrorism that Muslims have committed throughout the world, is that it helps to awaken Westerners (albeit slowly) to the enormous threat of Islam. If Westerners are wise, they will have nothing to do with these people, deport them out of every Western nation, shut down all their mosques, and shun them them at every point. Make them feel guilty and ashamed for the horrors they have caused upon all people of the earth. Don’t intentionally do business with them and avoid them at all costs.

  • Zachriel

    bluffcreek1967: The Muslim group in Australia only retracted their Fatwa against Christmas once the “Islamic Friendship Association” realized it would not be good for public relations.

    It’s not unusual for members of one religion, including Christianity, to avoid participating in the religious observances of other religions. Indeed, it’s highly doubtful you would ever greet someone with a hearty “Ramadan Mubarak”.

    bluffcreek1967: We must also never forget that it’s permissible for Muslims to lie and engage in deception when dealing with unbelievers.

    Lying is a sin in Islam. Taqiyya is only permissible in Shi’a to avoid persecution.

    bluffcreek1967: Islam, at its core, is duplicitous, disingenuous, and deadly.

    Those are all sins in Islam. Most Muslims are none of those things. You simply highlight your xenophobia.

    bluffcreek1967: When Christians kill in the name of Jesus, they are contradicting the actions and words of their Master.

    The word “crusade” is derived from the French term for taking up the cross. Guess Christians differ in their beliefs like Muslims do.

  • son of a preacher man

    “Are you saying the article was in error? What specifically?”

    No I am asking why you assumed it was telling the truth. You are the one who made the proclimation to accept the view point of the article and in turn use it as a jumping off point to critize another poster and not even critize what he actually said but to critize him personally for saying it(ad hominem).
    If it has not sunk in already, I am trying to ascertain why you hold the precepts that you do.

  • Zachriel

    son of a preacher man: No I am asking why you assumed it was telling the truth.

    The original post made the presumption the article was accurate. Perhaps there never was a fatwa. But you haven’t actually said where the article is in error.

    son of a preacher man: use it as a jumping off point to critize another poster and not even critize what he actually said but to critize him personally for saying it(ad hominem).

    We criticized what he said in reaction to the very same article. Your comment is ironic because the scorn expressed above against Muslims as a group.

    son of a preacher man: If it has not sunk in already, I am trying to ascertain why you hold the precepts that you do.

    Not sure what precepts confuse you, but on the one hand we have an innocuous statement which was retracted, and on the other, a continuing tirade against the innocuous statement.

    By the way, does your preacher man ask his flock to greet Muslims with “Ramadan Mubarak”?

  • son of preacher man

    There you go assuming things again.

  • bluffcreek1967

    Assuming is all that Zachriel can do at this point.

  • Jodie

    “Forty-one apparent Christians and two Saudi Arabian and Egyptian Muslims were recently arrested in Saudi Arabia after authorities busted a party by a reported Asian diplomat. Their crime? “Plotting to celebrate Christmas,” reports the outlet Al-Akhbar.

    The outlet has more:

    The guests were said to have been referred to the “respective authorities.” It is unclear whether or not they have been released since.

    The kingdom, which only recognizes Islamic faith and practice, has in the past banned public Christmas celebrations, but is ambiguous about festivities staged in private quarters.”

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/saudi-police-storm-home-and-arrest-41-people-for-plotting-to-celebrate-christmas/

  • Zachriel

    Jodie: “Forty-one apparent Christians and two Saudi Arabian and Egyptian Muslims were recently arrested in Saudi Arabia after authorities busted a party by a reported Asian diplomat. Their crime? “Plotting to celebrate Christmas,” reports the outlet Al-Akhba

    There’s no excuse for such acts, even granting the special status of Mecca and Medina.
    http://www.hrw.org/news/2012/01/30/saudi-arabia-christians-arrested-private-prayer

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