Church Hosting Muslim Public Affairs Council Receives Emails ‘Dripping with Hate’

by JANET LEVY December 10, 2012

For yet another example of how emboldened the Muslim Brotherhood has become in the U.S. and the naive blindness of the general public, Muslim Brotherhood front group, the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC), is holding its annual convention in a church - All Saints Church in Pasadena - for the first time in its 25 year history. What's more, due to objections to the event as evidenced by phone calls and emails to the church, the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security will be working with local police to "secure" the area. (The Muslim Brotherhood surely has U.S. intelligence and law enforcement in their hip pocket)!

A recent article in the Huffington Post reported that the church has been besieged by "hate" mail since the announcement. The church's Reverend Ed Bacon (I wonder if he'll be forced to change his surname to avoid insulting Muslims) said that the church received some of the most "vile, mean-spirited" emails he's ever read in his life.

That's quite a strong statement coming from a religious leader, especially one named "Bacon," so I've decided to list the emails cited by the Huffpo to give you an idea of how odious they actually are:

1) One email compared Islam to Nazism and called Muslims "Body Snatchers."

2) Another read, "The problem is that by providing cover and legitimacy to an organization dedicated to overthrowing the Constitution, and substituting Sharia law therefore, you endanger my country and my grandsons' future."

3) A third email: "You are consorting with the enemy that is killing Christians worldwide." (Yours truly)

Now you must admit that the above statements are indeed dripping with invective and contain NOT an ounce of truth. (My tongue is wedged so tightly into my cheek that I may not be able to extricate it for days).

Of course, those of us with even limited knowledge of the Koran and the Sunnah, 20-20 vision and an iota of common sense know that the outcry has absolutely NOTHING to do with hate and discrimination BUT real knowledge of what Islamic doctrine requires of Muslims (Taqiyya, Walla Wal Bara, Hudibiyya, Jihad, to name a few).

What's more, MPAC has openly supported Hezbollah and Hamas and holds Israel responsible for violence in the Middle East. The Muslim Brotherhood affiliate even opposed the shutting down of Islamic charities that fund terrorism, including the Holy Land Foundation!

A quote from the Institute on Religion and Democracy in Washington, D.C. sums up the situation: "Islamists are taking advantage of naive Christians who want to show off how tolerant they are." This is the "multi-culti to a fault" mentality that continues to endanger us all.

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Janet Levy, MBA, MSW, is an activist, world traveler, and freelance journalist who has contributed to American Thinker, Pajamas Media, Full Disclosure Network, FrontPage Magazine, Family Security Matters and other publications. She blogs at www.womenagainstshariah.com


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