Skip to comments.UK Cathedral Celebrates Ramadan on Anniversary of ISIS London Bridge Attack
Posted on 06/05/2018 5:13:31 PM PDT by massmike
London's Southwark Cathedral hosted its second annual "Grand Iftar Service" on Sunday evening, marking the anniversary of the London Bridge terror attack last year. In addition to the 11 a.m. Eucharist service, the church also held a 3 p.m. Service of Commemoration for the attack, and an 8 p.m. service to celebrate the Muslim service.
The Iftar service stood out, however, as it marked the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. It has not yet been reported whether or not the prayers associated with Ramadan were performed inside the cathedral, which would be a serious violation of Christian holy space. Hosting a Ramadan event at a church, however, is bad enough.
"We stand united as communities, as Londoners, as people that want to celebrate our diversity," Harun Khan, secretary general of the Muslim Council of Britain, said at the Iftar service.
In a statement, the cathedral announced it would "host its second Grand Iftar which, this year, will also mark the anniversary of the London Bridge attacks and will bring all communities together to celebrate Ramadan, to promote resilience and to share the common values of hope, peace and unity and celebrate the diversity of those who live and work in the Bankside area [of London]."
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Let me know when they celebrate Christmas in their mosques.
They should serve lots of beans at their Ifart ceremony.
I guess they are unaware that any building allowing a Muslim service automatically becomes a Muslim place.
2 Tim 3:16 All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:
Last time I looked, 2 John, 7-11 is part of Scripture.
Muslims do not bring the message of Christ Risen, and in fact, deny it vehemently.
These churches are definitely “partaking in their evil deeds”
Ready for this? The Muslim New Year falls on September 11 this year.
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