Islamists demand demolition of Indonesia churches

17 churches in Aceh Province were sealed and shut in early May.

Islam is a violent and evil ideology. The Koran encourage people to cripple and kill.

The election of a hard-line Islamic governor in Indonesia’s Aceh Province last month appears to have opened the way for a crack-down on the minority Christian community, which saw 17 churches sealed shut in early May.

Police accompanied by demonstrators, who were reportedly organized by the hard-line Islamic Defenders Front, undertook the sealing of the churches, reportedly padlocking the front gate and posting a sign stating, “In 3 x 24 hours, the regency government must tear down this church building.”

Christian leaders told Compass that, besides the usual pretext of lack of church permits–applications for which local authorities routinely deny or delay–the demands were based on a controversial agreement that Christians were reportedly forced to sign in 2001 stipulating that there be only one church and four chapels in the regency.


My comment:

Islam is branded as the religion of “peace”. Surely it is. But only after all Christians have been brought to silence, or into submission to “allah”.
It is funny how Europe feel they will escape the carnage followers of the Koran create in Asia, the Middle East and North and central Africa.

Only fools do not look for fruits of religious people. The take their words at face value, and become royally deceived.

Jesus warned us in advance to look for fruits. The fruits of Islam is rotten to its core.

 Matthew 7:16-19
By their fruit you will recognize them. Do people pick grapes from thornbushes, or figs from thistles? Likewise every good tree bears good fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit. A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, and a bad tree cannot bear good fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire.

Shame in those who wants to keep our borders wide open for this evil.

Written by Ivar

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