Mar 22 2013
SCOTLAND: Huge backlash against Episcopalian Church that opened its doors to Muslim prayer services five times a day, EVERY day
A priest, Rev Isaac Poobalan, who has allowed Muslims to pray in his church has told how he has been hit by a barrage of abuse by internet ‘trolls.’ St John’s Episcopal Church became the first church in the UK to share their building with Muslims.
They will soon come to regret this suicidal decision as they are slowly moved out by the Muslim invaders. Apparently the parishioners are much smarter than the priest.
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Huffington Post Hundreds of Muslims now pray in the Aberdeen Church’s main hall and chapel, but the news has not been well received by some Christians, who have taken to the church’s Facebook page to blast the decision.
One user said that the church were “sharing Christ’s table with Satan” before others another predicted a “flood” of Muslims moving to Aberdeen to convert the church into a mosque and said Rev Poobalan needed to be given the “boot” before it was too late.
Another posted: “I would leave this so called “church”. Allah is Satan, and no God.
“They (the church) have nothing to say about persecuted Christians, but invite Satan in.”
“We are dealing with evil people that bow down to Allah and lost their belief in Jesus a long time ago.
“Allah has no son.”
But Rev Poobalan said he would not sever his relationship with the nearby Crown Street Mosque. He said: “I keep seeing these Facebook comments coming up on my email account, but I will not back down.
“We have developed a relationship with the mosque and we will not be breaking that up. “These people have reacted spontaneously, but over time I hope they will change their minds. “There is a huge religious cultural gap between the two, and if it takes time for them to be brought together then that’s the way it is.
“We don’t go into this blindly, we go into this knowingly and we don’t go around trying to please people. (You can say that again!)