As Syria descends into chaos, Assad’s Grand Mufti is invited to speak at US peace event

As Syria descends into chaos, Assad’s Grand Mufti is invited to speak at US peace event
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Across the Arab world, more and more Christians and their churches and leaders, are the focus of a fast growing element in our world today who say only the Islamic religion is the one that all of human kind must be a part of in this time in history. This scenario unfolding today was actually written about in a yesterday over 2000 years ago. John, the human writer of the book of Revelation, wrote of the slaughter of believers in Jesus Christ in a number of locations in the book of Revelation. Revelation 6:9-11 foretells of a time when those who stand for the Word of God, the Bible, and who have a testimony that Jesus Christ is their Savior, these believers will be killed. Revelation 20:4 says that they will be beheaded for their faith. These Biblical prophecies are referring to the time of Tribulation, that seven year period of judgment on the earth following the Rapture and before the Second Coming of Christ.

The Grand Mufti's call for all Christian churches in the Middle East to be destroyed is indeed a lead up to Bible prophecy being fulfilled.

Joe Green (not verified) Fri, 07/06/2012 - 19:50

The Grand Mufti is a very holy and far-seeing man. Speaking as a Christian who knows him personally I am aware that he is suffering because he tells the truth. He is Sunni, and treats his brothers and sisters of other forms of Islam, and the motley array of Christians in Syria with an even hand, as does President Assad. Like Fr Paulo, he promotes peace and multiculturism.

Orthodox Syrian Christian (not verified) Mon, 06/25/2012 - 23:09

Kimberly, why not ask your vaunted Father Paulo whether he believes this peace event would be compromised or improved by hearing Ahmad Hassoun.

Anonymous (not verified) Mon, 06/25/2012 - 20:32

I think it is a disgrace to the Syrian People to invite the Grand Mufti to the event. Also, how could the bring this controversial individual into the same speaker stage with Father Paulo who promotes both peace and multiculturalism.

Kimberly Jones (not verified) Sun, 06/24/2012 - 17:22

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