Saturday, October 30, 2010


Muslim students in Malawi desecrate New Testaments

Muslim students attending a Catholic primary school in Malawi tore up New Testaments that were being distributed by the Gideons International organization, which promotes the distribution of Bibles.

The International Press is widely reporting this story around the world, with even overseas news reporters saying that they fear for their own safety as Christian violence continues to spread. Television and print media journalists have universally condemned Christian acts of violence in response to this act of freedom of expression by the Malawi students and warn of possible international Christian uprisings in the streets. The United States State Department has issued unusually strongly worded warnings for citizens to avoid travel to Christian countries. The President of the United States and top-ranking military commanders begged for the desecration to stop for fear of putting our troops in danger from Christian retribution. In Paris, several blocks of flats were burned to the ground, cars overturned and set afire, and numerous policemen injured by rioting Christians. Other Christians have issued fatwahs for the deaths of the Malawi students. Top officials around the world have declared states of emergency in the United States, Great Britain, Australia, Belgium, Ireland and elsewhere as bands of Christians rampage through the streets, beating, stoning, and, in some cases, be-heading Muslims. Experts worry that the death toll may number in the thousands.

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