The point is this: We are already seeing small glimpses of what is coming.
Schoolboys punished with detention for refusing to kneel in class and pray to Allah
Two British schoolboys were given detention after refusing to kneel down and ‘pray to Allah’ during a religious education lesson.
Parents were outraged that the two boys from year seven (11 to 12-year-olds) were punished for not wanting to take part in the practical demonstration of how Allah is worshipped.
One parent, Sharon Luinen, said: “This isn’t right, it’s taking things too far.
“I understand that they have to learn about other religions. I can live with that but it is taking it a step too far to be punished because they wouldn’t join in Muslim prayer.
“Making them pray to Allah, who isn’t who they worship, is wrong and what got me is that they were told they were being disrespectful.
"My child has been forced to pray to Allah in a school lesson.” The grandfather of one of the pupils in the class said: “It’s absolutely disgusting, there’s no other way of putting it.
“My daughter and a lot of other mothers are furious about their children being made to kneel on the floor and pray to Islam. If they didn’t do it they were given detention.
The following quote is worth considering as well:
“But if Muslims were asked to go to church on Sunday and take Holy Communion there would be war.”
Indeed. There is more:
Parents said that their children were made to bend down on their knees on prayer mats which the RE teacher had got out of her cupboard and they were also told to wear Islamic headgear during the lesson on Tuesday afternoon.
This is thought provoking. One is left to ponder this: Are there any examples of schools forcing children to pray to God, in the name of Jesus, under the premise of learning about Christianity?
I'm not saying that it would be a good idea to force anyone to pray to God in this way - but is IS interesting that such examples of forced prayer to Allah are seen with increasing frequency around the world, including the U.S., but I cannot recall a single example of such forced prayers to the God of the Holy Bible.
Its just...."interesting", thats all. More signs of these times.
On a related note:
Islamists raise fears of violent 'clash of cultures' in Europe
It is a Sunday night in London's East End and the self-styled "most hated man in Britain" is holding court, reveling in his vision of a Taliban victory over America and a world under Islamic Shariah law.
Any man who fails to fight, he warns, will face difficulty when the "angel of death" arrives and he is forced to explain to Allah why he did not raise his hand "against the oppressor" out of fear. "Allah will say to him, 'Am I not more worthy to be feared than them?'" Choudary says.
His message is one that echoes across Europe, which experts say is home to thousands of people who would wholeheartedly support Choudary's "ultimate objective" — the "domination of the world by Islam."
Rightly so, according to Dr. John J. Le Beau, a former CIA officer and now professor of strategy and security studies at Germany's George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies.
"It's a mathematical certainty there will be a successful attack in Europe at some point," he told msnbc.com. "The amount of attempted plots we see is not decreasing. I think what we have seen is a ... strengthening of attempted attacks that in some cases have come pretty close."
Le Beau, who cautioned that putting a figure on the number of Islamists was a "soft science," estimated there were between 5,000 and 10,000 people in Europe "willing to engage in violence.
When you were in England,did you hear about the 'Glastonbury Thorn' growing near the Cathedral? The legend has it that Mary's uncle was Joseph of Arimethea sp? and is said to have come to England. He stuck his stave into the ground and it took root and grew.
The thorn blossoms twice a year at Christmas and Easter. Each year a sprig is sent to the Queen to put on the dinner table as decoration.
Christians arrive from around the world to see this 'miraculous tree',and tie ribbons as prayers to its branches. It is highly prized by the church and locals.
No! I certainly do NOT believe in this legend,but for those who do, they have just had a bitter blow, as someone has just cut it down. The point being that this act of vandalism has been a direct attack against what the culprit sees as christianity.
No I never visited that site, but I had heard about this. Unbelievable.
Must be the same crowd that is participating in these protests huh?
By the way, Sue, on a different note - you weren't one of those people who were trapped in a pub when the snow hit are you? I read a story that several people were trapped in a pub for over a week?
Was she the one with the lampshade on her head?
Thats what I was wondering...
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