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Yet Again: Hundreds Of Islamists In Indonesia Brutally Attack Christians Gathering For Sunday Worship

Matthew 10:22, “And you will be hated by all for My name’s sake. But he who endures to the end will be saved.”

By Mathias Hariyadi, AsiaNews.it – “Jakarta (AsiaNews) – A mob of Islamic extremists struck again the prayer house of the Hkbp Filadelfia Protestant community (Protestant Christian Batak Church) in Bekasi, a suburb of Jakarta (West Java), despite the presence of the police deployed to defend Christian worship. The assault took place yesterday morning, while the faithful gathered for Sunday celebrations. On May 17, coinciding with the feast of the Ascension of Jesus, the place of worship was attacked, during which the fundamentalists hurled stones and bags full of urine against the faithful…

Local witnesses report that yesterday – on the arrival of the Faithful – a group of extremists blocked access to the ‘Church Street’, forcing people to abandon their motorcycles and cover the last part of the journey to the place of worship on foot . The police were deployed around the perimeter of the building, to allow the smooth running of the function, but a crowd of about 400 extremists ‘surrounded’ the area and started to rant against members of religious minority.

Among the fundamentalist group there were not only men but also women and children. After the threats came blows. The crowd began to throw water, sewage, used oil, mud, rotten eggs, sticks and other blunt objects. A ‘brutal’ attack aggravated by the presence of a swarm of ‘infiltrators’ who has passed the cordon of officers and attacked the faithful of the Christian community the ‘from within’.

Reached by AsiaNews, the Rev. Palti H. Panjaitan Sth – head of the Protestant community Hkbp Filadelfia – emphasized that ‘what scares us most is that the number of police was so small compared to the angry mob.’ He adds that ‘it is clear that they did not have the strength to repel the attackers’ and journalists, activists and lawyers who fight in defence of human rights can do nothing either.” Source – AsiaNews.it.

  1. iamnotashamedofthegospelofchrist
    05/21/2012 at 9:49 PM

    This is sounding an awful lot like Baal worship to me. I watched a Rabbi recently explaining Baal worship, and the urine, excrement and decaying food is typical of Baal. I’m afraid it’s just going to get much, much worse as these demonic beings get stronger. It just show’s how close we really are to the end. Come quickly Lord Jesus.


  2. ICA
    05/21/2012 at 10:11 PM

    It is Baal worship, definitely. “According to the Encyclopedia of Religion, Allah corresponded to the Babylonian god Baal, and Arabs knew of him long before Mohammed worshipped him as the supreme God. Before Islam the Arabs recognized many gods and goddesses, each tribe had their own deity. There were also nature deities. Allah was the god of the local Quarish tribe, which was Mohammed’s tribe before he invented Islam to lead his people out of their polytheism. Allah was then known as the Moon God, who had 3 daughters who were viewed as intercessors for the people into Allah. Their names were Al-at, Al-uzza, and Al-Manat, which were three goddesses; the first two daughters of Allah had names which were feminine forms of Allah. Hubal was the chief God of the Kaaba among the other 360 deities. Hubal was the chief God of the Kaaba among the other 360 deities. Hubal was a statue likeness of a man whose body was made of red precious stones whose arms were made of gold. (Reference Islam George Braswell Jr.)” Read more. Also read: Did the Meccans Worship Yahweh God?


  3. iamnotashamedofthegospelofchrist
    05/22/2012 at 8:30 AM

    Excellent thank you.


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