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Something to be hopeful for

01/25/2015

Why can’t more Muslims, not the moslems, not the radicals, not the apparent “average” Muslims, read the Quran and see where it said that Jews and Christians were brothers of the same God? How did Satan get his claws into those who stand by the later writings to tax, enslave, or murder Jews and Christians? How were they convinced that the later words of Mohammed were more correct than the earlier words, especially when they directly contradicted what he had said before? How can they not see all the quotes regarding Jesus having actually been the Son of God, and God in the flesh? But no, they believe that this changing of the mind was reasonable, and that those things not good in the eyes of the human spirit are what one must do? How can you live a life of shit to gain all those things you couldn’t do on Earth? And the inbreeding may have something to do with it, but how could they have continued to follow this murdering pedophile when he lost his mind? Some see the right way, why can’t more?

The Daley Gator

Via The Gateway Pundit Egyptian President El-Sisi becomes first Egyptian President to visit church on Coptic Christmas

El-Sisi visited St. Mark Cathedral and spoke to the congregation on Christmas day.
His speech was interrupted by applause from the jubilant congregation.

Gatestone Institute reported, via Religion of Peace:

On January 6, Abdel Fatah al-Sisi became the first Egyptian president ever to visit the St. Mark Cathedral during Coptic Christmas Eve Mass and offer his good wishes to the nation’s Christian minority.Because Islamic law bans wishing non-Muslims well on their religious celebrations, all previous presidents — Nasser, Sadat, Mubarak, and of course Morsi — had never attended Coptic Christmas mass.As expected, the greetings el-Sisi received from the hundreds of Christians present were jubilant. His address was often interrupted by applause, clapping, and cheers of “We love you!” and “Hand in hand” — phrases he reciprocated. He said, among other…

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