A lawsuit challenging the placement of a cross at the site of the Sept. 11, 2001, World Trade Center attack alleges that atheist plaintiffs have suffered serious physical and mental illness because the religious symbol has made them feel excluded. This is absurd. If looking at a cross makes someone physically and mentally ill, I suggest they don’t look at it.
The attack on God and/or Christians is the constant endeavor of those trying to eat away at one of the main pillars of our country. An even bigger concern is the number of judges who go along with the lawsuits and grant the plaintiffs’ demands.
It is bad, but it could be much worse. Reports out of Egypt tell us that Christians are being crucified — and some are pointing the finger at the Muslim Brotherhood. Others are claiming the Muslim Brotherhood is not responsible, but since crucifixions and numerous killings of Christians were not taking place prior to the terrorist group’s ascension to power (with Muslim Brotherhood clerics preaching hate toward Christians), they may well be responsible. Since the Brotherhood was linked to the assassination of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat plus the fact that Ayman al-Zawahri, al Qaeda’s No. 2 man during the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks was a Muslim Brotherhood member since the age of 14, it’s not hard to believe it is guilty of such atrocities.
Anyone in our government with direct or indirect connections to the Muslim Brotherhood should be made to explain those connections. Of course, if they are part of that Washington elite for whom being questioned about anything is unheard of, that will not happen.
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By Elaine Donnelly
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