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Indonesia Muslims Threaten War against Christians Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Tue, Jun 29, 2010, 10:25 AM

Arab Bekasi.jpgIn a maneuver that could add to already boiling religious tensions in Bekasi, a new organization calling itself the Bekasi Islamic Presidium is planning a road show targeted at convincing every mosque in the city to prepare for the potential of “war” against “Christianization.”


According to the Jakarta Globe, “the group, consisting of nine members representing different Islamic organizations in the city, was formed on Sunday, the last day of the Bekasi Islamic Congress at Al Azhar Mosque that was convened to address the so-called Christianization problem.”

As revealed by its recommendations, they intend to form Islamic militant groups, or lascar, within each mosque and the drafting of Shariah-based directives by the Bekasi administration.

Murhali Barda, head of the Bekasi chapter of the hard-line Islamic Defenders Front (FPI), told the Jakarta Globe that, “all Muslims should unite and be on guard because … the Christians are up to something. Apparently, they want to test our patience. We are planning to invite them fro a dialogue to determine what they really want. If talks fail, this might mean war.”

As reported by the Jakarta Globe, “Murhali claimed that a certain Christian foundation had been relentlessly baptizing groups of people in the city, which has seen a number of religious conflicts in recent months.”

He said, “the last one was on Wednesday. A number of buses were seen dropping off people, some wearing jilbabs, at a house in Kemang Pratama district in Bekasi. When our people interrogated the security guard, he said they came from Jakarta and were there to be baptized.”

Nonetheless, Bekasi Police Chief Sr. Comr. Imam Sugianto denied there had been a mass baptism. He said, “all of them were students and they were at the house for recreation. They all went for a swim.”

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written by furrpiece , June 29, 2010

So much for moderate Muslims.

Wake up and smell the stench of hate, intolerance, and radicalized religious egotism.

I wonder how the Muslims in the White House will react?

written by Ken Dickson , June 30, 2010

No doubt our Muslim in the White House will ignore what is a major objective of his faith & training in his youth! He & other apologists will try to minimize the hate this group has preached for generations, DEATH TO THE INFIDELS..a. k. a. CHRISTIANS! No tolarance now or forever! The European kings took 500 years to run them out of Europe in the Middle Ages & it will take that long to do it again if we continue to alow their laws etc to take over!

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