Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Westminster Abbey Goes Muslim. Dean Hall, We Scorn You

Westminster Abbey had a come to Mohammed moment when it celebrated the centenary of Anzac Day, and invited worshipers to make the following prayer:

In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful,

Praise be to the Lord of the universe who has created and formed us into tribes and nations so that we may know each other, and not so that we may despise each other, Peace be upon all auspicious prophets of God, from Adam, Noah and Abraham to Moses, Jesus, and Mohammed Mustafa, who pulled humanity out of darkness into the light and became guides to peace.

The prayer was written in Turkish, presumably to avoid offending Christians who might have been surprised to find Christ relegated to co-prophet status with Mohammed. Others might even have questioned the accuracy of describing Mohammed, who was a warlord, rapist and killer, as a "guide to peace."

Mohammed Flies to Jerusalem

At which point, unless you're an avid fan of Mein Kampf, does Mohammed, who personally beheaded, raped and enslaved Jews at Medina and Khaybar, for example, count as someone who "pulled humanity out of darkness into the light"? 


The Dean of Westminster, Dr. John Hall, has defended the Islamic prayer, stating, "This particular isolated prayer is within orthodox Christian worship behaviour, teaching and everything."

No, Dr. Hall, it isn't. You are a Dhimmwit. 

We scorn you.



LL said...

Somebody needs to scrub the entire abbey with bleach.

I'm sure that you're not making this up. But the question is WHY would anyone do that? Are they going to let Hall preach at a Mosque?

He knows that as an infidel, they have a duty to behead him, right?

LL said...

Mohammed loved the little children in the same sense that the perverts at NAMBLA and the Rene Guyon Society do.

Anonymous said...

It will take more than bleach, LL.

LSP said...

I have to agree with Anonymous.

Maybe, at some point, these dhimmwits will wake up. But I doubt it.

Infidel de Manahatta said...

I'm only surprised they didn't add the prophet Barack to the prayer.

LSP said...

I'd forgotten about NAMBLA, LL. Nasty.

LSP said...

It's a glaring omission, Infidel.