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Michigan: Muslims Stone Christians In Dearborn, Chant ‘Allah Is Greater’, Cops Reward Islamic Mob By Removing Christians

In the city of “Dearbornistan”, living in the land of the free means that adherents to the “religion of peace” are free to stone Christian infidels who enter a Muslim “no-go-zone”, and to do so without repercussion …

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  1. andrew slone
    06/26/2012 at 9:02 PM

    This is just the beginning of persecution of Christians in america. Muslims should be treated the same way as any criminal in America.


  2. iamnotashamedofthegospelofchrist
    06/26/2012 at 10:34 PM

    Yes it is, and my inbox is blowing up with all the news about Assad declaring war, Muslim Brotherhood threatening to break peace treaty with Israel if we cut their aide, and Hillary Clinton’s ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. I will be spending extra time in prayer for Israel and all our brother’s and sisters in the world and the middle east. It begins.


  3. Willard
    06/27/2012 at 12:04 AM

    I would say that we should cut funding to Egypt, the PA, Pakistan, Iraq, etc and also the UN


  4. 06/27/2012 at 7:11 AM

    Sorry but all I saw was very unwise Christians, they don’t want your message so stop bothering them , you do deserve all you get and it was hardly persecution now was it….


    • Anonymous
      06/27/2012 at 8:40 AM

      If a Muslim group came through with signs at a Christian festival, they would not experience anything like this, so let’s think about that. They had a right to be there and not be physically abused. Just because you don’t like what someone believes gives no right to allow this behavior. Their religion is NOT one of peace. Wake up America.


  5. 06/27/2012 at 8:54 AM

    For years, Christians in America have been persecuted by Secular Humanists. Now they are persecuted by Muslims.


  6. Hubae
    06/27/2012 at 11:15 AM

    What happened to freedom of speech? Last time I checked Michigan was still part of America?! I hope everyone is getting right with Jesus Christ because this is just the beginning. Before long they will start murdering Christians and anyone who goes against their religion. “Lord come quickly!”


  7. iamnotashamedofthegospelofchrist
    06/27/2012 at 11:56 AM

    Don’t know if this is the right place to post a question because it changes the subject, but I was just reading from someone directly involved and does anyone know anything about Israel putting stipulations on the tribes of Ephraim returning to their homeland. Specifically that they have to denounce their views as Christ being the Messiah? Hadn’t heard about that specifically but want to research it, so if ICA, Willard or Kurt could shed some light, I’d appreciate it.


    • JJJHS
      06/30/2012 at 6:19 AM

      I was just reading in Ezekiel 37 or so about the vision form the LORD concerning Ephraim and Judah being joined together with Israel as one – the two wooden boards. Check it out. As far as denouncing Christ, I’ve heard from a good friend/citizen that this has being happening since the 80’s. God help ’em, God help us all.


  8. 06/27/2012 at 12:34 PM

    Both sides are wrong. The Muslims cussing and the Christians also swearing. Provocation at its best. What would Yeshua/Jesus do? He would not show up to something like this with condemnation. He would get to know these people and tell them stories that would make them think about what they are doing. Where is peace, loving-kindness from both sides?


    • ICA
      06/27/2012 at 3:15 PM

      I didn’t hear any Christians swearing at Muslims. Regardless, the Christians were within their constitutional rights and were protected by Freedom of Speech. What they received, however, was not. I’m sure that the Christians knew full well that being there could provoke a negative response, but should a negative response prevent us from preaching the Gospel? Having said that, this simply goes to demonstrate how the Muslim community reacts when they outnumber the “enemy”, even in America, and the mob-mentality that is relatively isolated today could become more widespread tomorrow.

      “What would Jesus do?” Maybe that shouldn’t be the question. Instead, “What would Jesus have us do?” would be better. Jesus had a mission to fulfill — to die on a Cross for all our sin, including Muslims — and would not allow Himself to remain in a situation where His life was in danger. If it was, He’d leave immediately. But our mission is different. It is to spread the Good News to everyone, everywhere, including Muslims. Although our mission is not to die on a Cross, it is to carry it (Matt. 16:24).

      Matthew 5:10, “Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.”


    • Anonymous
      06/29/2012 at 11:45 PM

      What would Nehemiah do?


      • ICA
        06/29/2012 at 11:52 PM

        He’d use the stones to build a city.


  9. Jesus is the ONLY way
    06/27/2012 at 6:32 PM

    Long story short, the god of the Muslim religion is Satan. His followers are responding the way their god would want.


    • Turker
      07/01/2012 at 6:42 AM

      How u white people quickly forget d KKK lol which was a Christian group ,do Muslims throw dat in ur face !!!!they killed tortured raped blacks in the name of ur God Jesus ,shame on u guys wat kind of God do u believe in ,shame on yas ,I suggest anyone who thinks d Quran is violent I urge u to read d bible , d bible makes d God in the Quran look awesome I gave read both ,if anyone wants verses were ur God and jesus tells u to kill I would gladly write the verses


      • 07/01/2012 at 11:56 AM

        In Europe, Muslims treat Atheists the way the KKK treated Black people in America. “Lynching” and honor killing are the same. The treatment of Black people in America during Jim Crow, and the treatment of Muslims in Europe are totally different. Are Muslims in Europe lynched for looking at non-Muslim women? Rather the reverse. Muslims who compare themselves to oppressed Black people are totally repulsive. Also, Muslims didn’t have a problem with white Christians in America when it came to fighting birth control and abortion. Think of the Population Conference in Cairo in 1994.


  10. 06/30/2012 at 12:05 AM

    I didnt hear the Christians swearing either. What is even worse, parents let their children swear and participate and people just watched without doing anything. This is another proof Islam is not peaceful or loving. I would never let my children do anything like that to anyone, even if they said something about Jesus. Dearborn police are acting unfairly and really this should be brought up in court. The preachers have the right of freedom of speech in the USA. We are not in the Soviet Union or Iran, Pakistan or Saudi Arabia. These street preachers go all over the USA and Ive never seen people get more violent than in Dearborn. They should have controlled the crowd and arrested all the people throwing things. Both the Dearborn Police Department and the violent crowd should undergo some extensive classes concering the US Constitution and being a respectable law abiding American citizen in the USA.


    • jon
      07/01/2012 at 4:41 AM

      What constitution is that then? The one that has been erased and replaced with the the terrorist acts and National security mandates?


    • Turker
      07/01/2012 at 6:32 AM

      I think David woods ur a fool,u talk abt d trinity ur example was light heat and fire ,u said they r all fire absolutely not light is actually a light not fire heat well u can have heat without being fire ,have u heard of a air on and yes fire is fire ,let me give u an example if u can understand ,if roger Deseret was to play a singles match and I walked on d court with my 2 other bros which makes us triplets ,so it’s 3 against 1 now and roger said wats this it’s a singles match not 3 against 1 ,and I said no roger we d same we r 3 in 1 we r not dif. I am in them and they r in me we r as one ,wat do u think d umpire would say!!!!!!!!!!!u Christians just don’t get it how could Jesus b God ,God is eternal ,immortal cannot die ,Jesus clearly died and clearly not immortal ,He Neva claims to be God I challenge u to show me one verse were he says I am God just one please,if cannot then u r a liar,jesus clearly in d bible yas his Father is God clearly ,u c u pray to Jesus but Jesus clearly prays to god read d bible ,wat is God doin prayin to God wats goin on,u r insane to think God prays to himself ,wen Jesus was alive everyone believed he was a prophet everyone!!!!!u have 4 gospels out of God knows how many we’re r d others oops u guys got rid of them ,y?cause they revealed dat he was a man truly inspired by God,were is his brothers gospels oops got rid of dat aswel how convenient .u only kept 4 ,and 4 dat is not reliable read there hopeless same place dif.conversations and who is writing these gospels not them when they explain event they always use they not I or We it’s fone one else tellin d stories,u have Greek manuscripts GREEK WAT D HECK Jesus was a Jew hello we f hearing d stories from greeks they weren’t first hand eyewitnesses it’s all hear say this is wat u believe myGOD ,even Peter said he is a messenger


  11. jon
    07/01/2012 at 4:38 AM

    They should have shaken the dust from their feet and left like the bible says. Having said that it’s a disgrace that the cops didn’t see fit to protect them. Protect and serve! Now imagine that those Christians were homosexuals on one of their blatant gay pride shock rallies with their asses hanging out, anything done towards them would have had swift response and would have been deemed a “hate crime”, the law sucks and this world is vile but we (Christians) are going home soon anyway, and then our Lords kingdom shall be established and all of the ones throwing their stuff will answer to the Almighty as to why they decided to attack His children. And that moon god allah will be nowhere in sight.


  12. iamnotashamedofthegospelofchrist
    07/01/2012 at 8:02 PM

    John 8 verse 58. “I tell you the truth,(Jesus answered) before Abraham was born I AM!” John 6 verse 38: “For I have come down from heaven not to do my will but to do the will of him who sent me. John 14 verse 9:” Anone who has seen me has seen the Father”


  13. ICA
    07/02/2012 at 12:06 AM

    Turker, “u Christians just don’t get it how could Jesus b God ,God is eternal ,immortal cannot die ,Jesus clearly died and clearly not immortal”

    Jesus rose from the grave and lives. Mohammed is still six-feet-under and is as dead as a door nail.

    Turker, “He Neva claims to be God I challenge u to show me one verse were he says I am God just one please,if cannot then u r a liar”

    Jesus didn’t have to say “I am God.” He demonstrated it. Let’s dig into this a bit more from a Biblical perspective.

    Many verses forbid worshiping men, angels, or any created thing.

    * Acts 10:25,26 – Cornelius fell down to worship Peter. Peter forbade it saying that he himself was just a man. God deserves worship, but men do not. (Cf. Acts 12:20-23; 14:8-18.)
    * Revelation 22:8,9; 19:10 – John sought to worship the angel, but the angel forbade it because he was a “fellow servant.” “Worship God.”
    * Romans 1:25 – People who worship and serve created things, rather than the Creator, have left the truth of God.
    * To worship any created thing – whether man, angel, heavenly body, or some other object in nature (mountain, ocean, etc.) – constitutes idolatry. [In other words, worshiping anything or anyone other than YHWH the God of the Bible is idoloatry].

    Only the true God deserves to be worshipped.

    * Matthew 4:9,10 – Worship the Lord your God and serve Him only.
    * Revelation 9:20 – Idolatry is forbidden because it constitutes worship of someone other than God (Exodus 20:3-6; Deuteronomy 6:13-15; Revelation 14:9-11). [See also Exodus 34:14]
    * Note: proskunew is forbidden when used for obeisance to men from a spiritual or religious motivation or purpose. The word is sometimes (but rarely) used in the New Testament non-religiously to refer to bowing in obeisance to a king, master, or other person in authority (see Matthew 18:26 – this usage is more common in the Old Testament).
    * When used for religious honor, however, worship is forbidden toward any except God. In this sense, “worship” is like “lord,” “father,” “master,” etc. The words may be acceptably used for earthly, physical relationships (Ephesians 6:1-9; Colossians 3:21,22), but we are forbidden to use such as religious honor to men or created things (Matthew 23:8-12). [On Revelation 3:9, cf. to 1 Corinthians 14:25]
    * The concept of Deity distinguishes the Creator from the creature. Things which are created do not have the unique characteristics of God, do not do the unique works of God, and therefore should not be addressed by the unique names of God nor should they be worshipped.

    But Jesus received the unique worship God deserves.

    He was often worshipped while He appeared on earth before His resurrection.

    * Matthew 8:2 – A leper came and worshipped Jesus. [9:18; 15:25; Mark 5:6]
    * Matthew 14:33 – After Jesus had calmed the storm, the disciples worshipped Him saying He was the Son of God.
    * John 9:38 – After Jesus had healed the blind man, He revealed Himself to be the Son of God (v35). The man said he believed, and he worshipped Jesus.
    * Note that such religious worship would have been blasphemy and should have been forbidden as it was in the case of Peter, the angel, etc., if Jesus had been just a man on earth.

    Created beings also worship Him after His resurrection.

    * Matthew 28:9,17 – After His resurrection, His disciples worshipped Him. [Cf. John 20:28,29]
    * Luke 24:52 – Even after He had ascended back to heaven, they worshipped Him.
    * Hebrews 1:6 – Angels are instructed by God to worship Jesus.
    * Note that men were rebuked for worshipping men, angels, or created beings, but they were never rebuked for worshipping Jesus. Angels are even instructed by the Father to worship Jesus. The context of the above passages cannot fit the idea of obeisance to an earthly king or ruler. They refer to honoring Jesus as a religious authority – the very thing forbidden when offered to Peter, angels, etc.
    * Hence, Jesus accepted worship as an act of religious honor. The Scriptures, including Jesus’ own teachings, would absolutely forbid this unless He possesses true Deity. [1]

    Here is sound logic that we can easily deduce from Biblical Scripture. If Biblical Scripture explains that only God can be worshiped, and if Biblical Scripture forbids the worship of any created being or object, and if Biblical Scripture does not forbid or rebuke the worship of Jesus Christ, then Jesus Christ is therefore uncreated and is God in the flesh, according to Biblical Scripture.

    So did Jesus say, “I am God”? Not with those exact words. To do so could have gotten Him killed before the appointed time. But when the time was right, He began to affirm His identity and His purpose:

    Exodus 3:13-14, “Moses said to God, ‘Suppose I go to the Israelites and say to them, ‘The God of your fathers has sent me to you,’ and they ask me, ‘What is his name?’ Then what shall I tell them?’ God said to Moses, ‘I AM WHO I AM. This is what you are to say to the Israelites: ‘I AM has sent me to you.'”

    John 8:58, “Jesus said to them, ‘Most assuredly, I say to you, before Abraham was, I AM.‘”

    Luke 22:66-71, “As soon as it was day, the elders of the people, both chief priests and scribes, came together and led Him into their council, saying, “If You are the Christ, tell us.” But He said to them, “If I tell you, you will by no means believe. “And if I also ask [you], you will by no means answer Me or let [Me] go. “Hereafter the Son of Man will sit on the right hand of the power of God.” Then they all said, “Are You then the Son of God?” So He said to them, “You [rightly] say that I am.” And they said, “What further testimony do we need? For we have heard it ourselves from His own mouth.”

    Also see Matthew 9:2 — Jesus forgave sins, something that only God can do. John 11:43-44 and Luke 8:54 — Jesus gave life to the dead, something that only God can do. Luke 8:22-25 — Jesus controlled the forces of nature with a single command, something that only God can do.

    Turker, “jesus clearly in d bible yas his Father is God clearly ,u c u pray to Jesus but Jesus clearly prays to god read d bible ,wat is God doin prayin to God wats goin on”

    They have always been in complete communion with one another, even during the incarnation and the Hypostatic Union.

    John 10:30, “I and My Father are one.”

    You have been fed a lot of deception and half truths, Turker, and the problem with half truths is that they’re a complete lie.


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