Friday, July 14, 2017



When is a picture of Jesus a hate crime?

On Friday, a painting of Jesus Christ hanging on the cross was left on a fence outside the Hillside Islamic Center in Long Island, New York. Now, the Nassau County Police Dept. is investigating the incident as a “hate crime.”

“A worker there had found this large painting of Christ on a cross on the property,” reported an anchor for NBC 4. “The anti-Muslim message was found hanging from a fence, deemed to be so obviously because it was a mosque.”

“Nassau County police said they are investigating the incident as a possible hate crime.”

The “anti-Muslim message,” as the NBC 4 anchor labeled it, was a green and white painting of Jesus’ silhouette hanging on the cross.

“Members of this North New Hyde mosque feel someone tried to attack their religion Friday,” said a reporter for News 12 Long Island. “The reaction was kind of surprised, that in this community, we’ve been here since 2002, this is the first time it has happened,” said a member of the Hillsdale Mosque.

Another member of the congregation said that, although Jesus is considered a prophet in Islam, “that’s not what he meant” when the man hung the painting on the center’s fence:

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4 comments:

Use the Name, Luke said...

"Another member of the congregation said that, although Jesus is considered a prophet in Islam, “that’s not what he meant” when the man hung the painting on the center’s fence."

No wonder the left likes them. They can read minds too!

Anonymous said...

The Muslims are slowly taking over. Next they will declare all Christian Churches as "offensive"

Bird of Paradise said...

They'll ban Chrismas,Thanksgiving and eater

ЯΞ√ΩLUT↑☼N said...

I've always wondered what would happen if you tore out the pages from a Bible and the Koran and stuck them to each other's buildings with sh!t.

Who would kill who first? The answer won't surprise but we'll find out for sure in the morning eh?