Why did they do this? The church must have “provoked” the poor dears. Maybe the priest or deacon drew a picture of Muhammad, or “poked them in the eye” in some other way. After all, we know that Islam is a Religion of Peace, and that Muslims would never, ever do something like this unless driven to it by racist, bigoted Christians, right?
Meanwhile, the Catholic Church is on script: “A spokesman for the Diocese of Malaga said the attack – first discovered by priest Agustin Carrasco – was not representative of all Muslims.” Yes, that is the main lesson we must always remember in such incidents. Anyone who points to a global Muslim persecution of Christians justified by Islamic texts and teachings must be silenced, shunned and ostracized, in the service of propping up the ridiculous and suicidal pretense that “Muslim-Christian dialogue” is the answer to all violence perpetrated by Muslims against Christians.
church-crucifix destroyed “Islamic extremists ‘break into church and spray Allah on walls before destroying crucifix,’” by Tom Parfitt, Express, November 4, 2015 (thanks to Lookmann):
ISLAMIC vandals were today being blamed for breaking into a church and spray-painting “Allah” on the walls and destroying holy objects.
The attackers smashed wooden statues of the Virgin Mary and Jesus on the cross during the shocking attack earlier this week.
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They stormed the Church of our Lady of Carmen in the Spanish town of Rincon de la Victoria, Andalucia on Monday morning.
Spain’s Civil Guard has now launched a probe into the vandalism.
A spokesman for the Diocese of Malaga said the attack – first discovered by priest Agustin Carrasco – was not representative of all Muslims.
He also said it was committed to maintaining “respect and fraternity between different religious groups”.
Last month a Moroccan man was arrested in the same town after allegedly trying to damage another statue of the Virgin Mary.
The 27-year-old repeatedly launched a large rock at a wall protecting the statue.