Christian ‘Dhimmis’ (slaves for Allah) to hold vigil in protest against anti-Sharia conference

TENNESSEE: A Colorado-based ministries group is planning to hold a vigil outside Cornerstone Church in Madison during morning services today in response to the ‘Constitution or Sharia’ conference.

TENNESSEEAN  In a letter to Cornerstone pastor Maury Davis dated Nov. 5, Charles E. Carlson of Project Strait Gate urged the church to cancel the conference.

“The lead speakers are inflammatory, anti-islamic racists (what ‘race’ is Islam?), who engender, if not openly advocate, war in Iran,” Carlson wrote. “This program is not about ‘Shariah’ law or ‘Jihad,’ as is its pretext, it is about war. … One or more hotels have canceled the event with good reason, and you have picked it up out of the gutter.” About 500 people attended the anti-Shariah law conference Friday.

The letter also encouraged Cornerstone members to meet with the group outside the church. Promises of a large sign reading, “WHO WOULD JESUS BOMB?” being displayed at the vigil also were made. (Jesus would probably bomb Mecca)

According to its website, Strait Gate is an action program started by We Hold These Truths, a volunteer-led organization formed in 1996. The purpose of both groups, according to the site, is to reach out to “lost sheep” within the church who don’t know they’re “lost.” (No, it is you Muslim apologists who are the lost sheep)

Brigitte Gabriel, president of Act! for America a leading anti-Shariah group, said she says she fears that radical Islam is infiltrating the United States. “If you let the radicals go unchecked, they will destroy millions,” she said.

Gabriel, a native of Lebanon who fled her homeland during that country’s civil war,  said that no one came to the rescue of Christians in her native country when they were killed by radical Muslims. “My 9/11 happened to me in 1975, when radical Islamists blew up my home,” she said. … “My only crime was being a Christian who lived in a Christian town.”

Gabriel was the last speaker of the day. The first, John Guandolo, a former FBI agent, told the crowd of about 500 that Nashville’s mosques are front organizations for the Muslim Brotherhood and have no First Amendment protection. He also said national security is controlled by the Muslim Brotherhood.

In video below, ACT! for America founder, Brigitte Gabriel, spoke at anti-Sharia conference, focusing on Islamic infiltration into the American education system.

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