We are expected not to run a couple of innocuous cartoons, not to oppose the building of a 15-story mega mosque at Ground Zero, and not to say "Muhammad on South Park," because marauding Muslims will be offended and burn down embassies and slaughter non-Muslims across the world.
And yet this kind of falsifying of Christianity must be tolerated in the interest of "outreach?" No. This is dhimmitude. And it seems the Christians and the Jews who lived under dhimmitude did not emerge unscathed. There is an involuntary defense mechanism to submit, capitulate to Muslim invaders. Centuries of humiliation and brutal subjugation has had that effect. The psychological landscape of non-Muslims (with exceptions, of course) is suffused with knee-jerk submission.
But it's not just Jerusalem. Here in America, bus ads are running with the same message. A bit less obvious, stealth propaganda, but the same message. And Australia too. I am sure Atlas readers can cite many examples.
Where is the outrage?
by Clayton Hinds Posted: Wednesday, June 1, 2011, 13:48 (BST)Photo of the MyPeace website showing the billboard designs Christian Today
A Catholic Bishop has slammed a series of provocative billboards in Sydney touting Jesus as a “prophet of Islam”.
The Islamic apologist website Mypeace.com.au launched the controversial advertising campaign to provoke discussion and promote free literature.
Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Sydney, Julian Porteous, described the campaign as a direct assault on Christianity and called for the billboards to be immediately removed.
“In Australia with its Christian heritage a billboard carrying the statement ‘Jesus A prophet of Islam’ is provocative and offensive to Christians,” he said.
“Central to Christianity is the belief that Jesus Christ is more than a prophet. He is the Son of God. He is acclaimed Lord and Saviour of humanity.
“This statement is a direct assault on Christian beliefs,” said Bishop Porteous.
The bishop has also lamented that the incendiary campaign has the potential to damage relations between the Christian church and the Muslim community.
And these bus ads ran all across America.
Hundreds of thousands of dollars were spent by Islamic supremacists to run these bus ads falsifying Christianity and Judaism.
Bus ads that claim Jesus was a muslim BNET
The ads, paid for by the Council on American-Islamic Relations, state “ISLAM: The Way of Life of Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus and Muhammad.” The ads appear on 50 buses in Florida. They cost about $60,000.
But if you recall, it was my bus ads that caused a furor. Ads designed to help Muslims escape the sharia.
I think we should run those ads again. If you want to contribute to our "Leaving Islam" bus ad campaign, paypal your contribution to firstname.lastname@example.org, and specify, "anti-sharia bus campaign."
Detroit still refuses to run our ad, despite the fact that we won our free speech lawsuit. Here's the latest: