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Italy: Muslim Immigrants Break Into Christian Church, Steal Offerings, Defecate On Altar

The “prophet” of Islam promised that Rome (Christianity) would one day be conquered by Muslims. Although anyone, regardless of ideology, could break into a church and steal offerings, to then relieve themselves on the church’s altar before leaving serves nothing but to demonstrate yet again the true nature of Islam’s deep-seated hatred toward anything and everything associated with Christianity. Whether it be in the Old World or the New, in the world of Islam all conquered roads eventually lead to Rome

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Vlad Tepes (Translation) – “SERRAVALLE. First they gained entry to the rectory of Libiola and stole the money collected by the children of Grest, and then, still not happy, they entered the nearby church which, since last year’s earthquake, is a simple tensile structure made of plastic and defecated and urinated next to the altar. This was a contemptuous act of vandalism and sacrilege. The culprits were identified, because a woman saw them coming out of the tent. They were four boys of Moroccan origin, one resident in Serravalle, the others from Ostiglia and surroundings.

The incident happened on Thursday afternoon, but the parish priest, Father Eugenio Ferrari, has only yesterday made an official complaint to the police. That day the parish house of Libiola, inhabited by two nuns, was empty and locked because the sisters, along with the parish priest, had gone on a trip with the children of the Grest on a day trip to a mountain resort. Undisturbed, then, the criminals broke the lock of a back door and entered. They climbed upstairs and also forced the lock on the bedroom of the Sister Superior. In a bag in a drawer there were about eighty euro, the takings of the third week of Grest, plus a portion of the proceeds of a summer risotto organized by the group of children and parents. Having carried out the theft, the group was still not satisfied to leave. They wanted to leave their mark. A mark of vandalism, that because the place where it was made, also takes on the meaning of a provocation, a disgraceful affront.

Without difficulty, the criminals cut the plastic edge of the tent used as a church and, once inside, they left droppings near the altar. In the tent there is absolutely nothing to steal, then having terminated their organic needs, the thieves-vandals are gone. Apparently, a local woman saw them run away and recognized one, the one who lives in Libiola. The police identified the other three accomplices after receiving the complaint of the pastor. Up to now, four people have been identified, four boys of Moroccan origin living in and around Libiola Ostiglia…” Read more.

Flashback: “Rome Shall Be Conquered”

  1. Mike
    07/28/2013 at 7:08 PM

    (Dan 11:31) “Forces from him will arise, desecrate the sanctuary fortress, and do away with the regular sacrifice. And they will set up the abomination of desolation.


  2. Neil
    07/29/2013 at 10:57 AM

    This is quite common, muslims do this sort of thing everywhere they go.


  3. Bill Rind
    07/29/2013 at 2:12 PM

    as a citizen of Italy myself living abroad, i demand that my government begin expelling all Islamic peoples immediately if not sooner, we are sick of these people and their tribal ways. get rid of them.


  4. dave
    08/06/2013 at 3:17 AM

    I hope these PUNKS are caught and publically HUMILIATED !! To go into ANY church, or place of worship for ANY religion, is disgraceful.


  5. dave
    08/06/2013 at 3:22 AM

    Oops, I forgot a line. To go into ANY church and steal money and then DEFACATE around the alter is DISGRACEFULL and REPUGNANT !!!!!


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