Sunday, March 6, 2011

White House-Backed Rebels Attack Coptic Church in Egypt

White House and Al Queda backed rebels attack Christian Homes and Burn Church in Egypt.

A curfew has been imposed upon 12,000 Christians in the village.

Similar to the Obama-backed 911 shrine at the site of the muslim victory over the United States, Obama-backed rebels promised to go back and conduct prayers at the site of the burned Church.

Witnesses said the mob chanted “Allahu Akbar” and vowed to conduct their morning prayers on the church plot after razing it.

Translated, allah akbar means allah is greater.

So much for the farce of White House-backed rebels imposing a democracy in Egypt.

O Jesus, our Savior and Redeemer, Son of the living God, behold, we kneel before Thee and offer Thee our reparation; we would make amends for all the blasphemies uttered against Thy Holy Name, for all the injuries done to Thee in the Blessed Sacrament, for all the irreverence shown toward Thine Immaculate Virgin Mother, for all the calumnies and slanders spoken against Thy Spouse, the Holy Catholic and Roman Church. O Jesus, who hast said: "If you ask the Father anything in My name, He will give it to you", we pray and beseech Thee for all our brethren who are in danger of sin; shield them from every temptation to fall away from the true faith; save those who are even now standing on the brink of the abyss; to all of them give light and knowledge of the truth, courage and strength for the conflict with evil, perseverance in faith and active charity! For this do we pray, most merciful Jesus, in Thy Name, unto God the Father, with whom Thou livest and reignest in the unity of the Holy Spirit world without end. Amen

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"Translated, allah akbar means allah is greater."
No, I'm afraid it simply means "God (the one and only) is great!" Historically, of course, it was a battle-cry for Islam, but we should remember that the first targets of Islamic aggression were arabian tribesmen whom even we would consider idolaters. And we should perhaps remember that the Muslims derived their own attitude of intolerance toward idolaters from the traditions of the earlier Abrahamic religions.