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  • The Scriptorium

    11/6/2014

    Muslims and Militant Secularists Increasingly Attack Christians in Europe

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 1:37 pm

    We’re headed for the same problem, if we don’t get our immigration policy fixed. We’ve already seen some of this kind of thing, and it will only get worse, especially since our wimp in chief is not dealing with the Isil problem. He just pretends it will go away like the true narcissist that he is.

    The above photo represents a graffito found a month ago in Vienna, on the ground of a popular walkers’ and bikers’ promenade outside Augarten Park.

    It says: “Occupy all churches! We will rise!” (Besetzt alle Kirchen. We will rise.)

    This kind of direct threat to Christians has become increasingly common in Europe.

    A voluntary, non-profit organisation based in Vienna, the Observatory on Intolerance and Discrimination against Christians in Europe , has been established, and issued a report documenting 241 cases of intolerance and attacks against Christians and their institutions in 2013.

    Among them are arson, gun attacks, bombs and Molotov cocktails.

    Anti-Christian graffiti were sprayed on the outside wall of a cathedral in Austria, reading: “We do not want your crosses” and including a swastika. So much for the ridiculously false claim, much beloved by so many “free-thinkers” and Leftists, of a closeness between Nazism and Christianity. In fact, these Neo-Nazis are continuing a florid anti-Christian tradition going all the way back to the Führer.

    Dr. Gudrun Kugler, director of the Observatory, explains: “The increasingly secular society in Europe has less and less space for Christianity.”

    No doubt many of these aggressive acts will be the work of Muslims, whose number, like that of anti-Christian threats, is also increasing in Europe. But not all this violence is caused by Muslims: some of it comes from intolerant secularists.

    Link to aritcle

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