Skip to comments.ISIS Plot To Shoot Up A Detroit Megachurch Revealed As 'Christianophobia' Spreads Across America
Posted on 02/08/2016 2:58:22 PM PST by Roman_War_Criminal
If you are a Christian, you better brace yourself for great persecution. It has gotten very little attention from the mainstream media, but federal authorities have uncovered an ISIS plot to 'shoot up' a Detroit megachurch. 21-year-old Khalil Abu-Rayyan of Dearborn Heights, Michigan told authorities that he actually intended to take a gun into a very large church in Detroit that can seat up to 6,000 people and start killing Christians. He has been charged with supporting the Islamic States and with "illegally having a firearm while using a controlled substance". Abu-Rayyan actually admitted that since he canât be part of the jihad in the Middle East, that he would 'do my jihad over here'. As I have warned so many times before, ISIS terrorists are already here, and what we have seen so far is just the beginning.
I can't understand why this story is not headlines news all over America. If Khalil Abu-Rayyan had succeeded in conducting the megachurch attack that he was planning, hundreds of Christians could have potentially been killed. The people that go to that church might not ever know just how close they actually came to being slaughteredâ¦
(Excerpt) Read more at endoftheamericandream.com ...
“I tried to shoot up a church one day,” Abu-Rayyan is quoted as saying in court records. “I donât know the name of it, but itâs close to my job. Itâs one of the biggest ones in Detroit. Ya, I had it planned out. I bought a bunch of bullets. I practiced a lot with it. I practiced reloading and unloading. But my dad searched my car one day, and he found everything. He found the gun and the bullets and a mask I was going to wear.”
Investigators didnât name the church Abu-Rayyan allegedly eyed, but claim the property covers about two blocks less than half a mile from his work and can accommodate up to 6,000 members. He allegedly purchased a gun and told an undercover FBI employee that attacking a church would be “easy.”
“A lot of people go there. Plus people are not allowed to carry guns in church,” the affidavit quotes him as saying. “Plus it would make the news. Everybody wouldâve heard. Honestly I regret not doing it. (If I) canât go do jihad at the Middle East, I would do my jihad over here.”
These comments show us precisely what these terrorists want.
They want to create fear, and they want to get as much media attention as possible.
Terrorists like Khalil Abu-Rayyan do not fear death, because they have been promised that they will go to a wonderful paradise where they will be showered with attention by virgins when they die. In fact, many of them seem quite eager to receive a one-way ticket to their sex-fueled religious fantasy.
Unfortunately, mainstream media outlets in both the United States and Europe purposely downplay the hatred that these Islamic radicals have for ordinary Christians, because they donât want to make Muslim immigrants look bad. That is why the mainstream media almost entirely ignored the fact that the main target of the San Bernardino shootings was a Messianic Christian, and that is why the mainstream media is burying this current story about Khalil Abu-Rayyan.
If a Christian baker refuses to bake a cake for a gay wedding, that is front page news, but if a Muslim admits to planning to shoot up a church of several thousand people that is a non-event according to the media.
This anti-Christian bias is growing stronger with each passing year, and it has now become institutionalized in our society in so many ways. A recent article by Selwyn Duke highlighted some examples of this phenomenon that we have recently witnessedâ¦
A student is punished for refusing to âstomp on Jesus,â a Christian baker faces a year in jail for refusing to cater faux marriages, two men are arrested for reading the Bible aloud near a government building, a school âpurgesâ Christian works from its library. Critics asserting the existence of an institutional anti-Christian bias, and a resultant war on the faith, have often been labeled paranoid. But now two University of North Texas sociologists have produced research showing that just such an agenda exists â among Americaâs most powerful people.
The two sociologists that he was referring to are Professor George Yancey and Professor David Williamson, and they shared their research in a newly published book entitled âSo Many Christians, So Few Lions: Is There Christianophobia in the United States?â The Christian Post interviewed Yancey about this new book and the following is an excerpt from that interviewâ¦
In the minds of many of the respondents Christians are ignorant, intolerant and stupid individuals who are unable to think for themselves. The general image they have of Christians is that they are a backward, non-critical thinking, child-like people who do not like science and want to interfere with the lives of everyone else.
But even worse, they see ordinary Christians as having been manipulated by evil Christian leaders and will vote in whatever way those leaders want. They believe that those leaders are trying to set up a theocracy to force everybody to accept their Christian beliefs. So, for some with Christianophobia, this is a struggle for our society and our ability to move toward a progressive society. Christians are often seen as the great evil force that blocks our society from achieving this progressive paradise.
If you are a “liberal”, it is quite likely that this is how you view Christians.
Many non-religious liberals consider evangelical Christianity to be the biggest “problem” that America is facing today, and some of the potential solutions that liberal activists are advocating for this âproblemâ are quite chilling.
During their research, Yancey and Williamson personally interviewed a number of âcultural progressive activistsâ, and the following are a few examples of what some of them said should be done to âthe Christian right”â¦
1. unfortunately, the real deal will happen soon enough and it will be on the front pages
2. I’m from NYC but will sell all and move near a FReeper who can train me to use a weapon if things get that bad. Shot first guns three months ago and going to range in Brooklyn with friend at end of month
3. Poor Jews were a minority and lacked weapons in Germany, here, Christians..not so much.
4. the 16 to 40 year old f..ts that type in mom’s basement that they hate Christians more than muslims, i wont need a gun to take care of them if the time comes. i’ll just rip them in half.
that would be a fatal mistake on his part if he came to my church . . . .
While not a megachuuch (we only have 100 people), I always carry.
Can't share the Gospel from a casket.
Was this guy one of ‘obuma’s sons’ also?
And this, boys and girls, is why I’m always armed in church ...
Mine too in many places one can carry in church.
No, one of Muhammad’s sons.
I know there are plenty of churches that would be a fatal mistake. There would be plenty of outbound once he opened fire.
Pray America wakes
Aren’t they all related in the Muslim Brotherhood?
According to muslims mohammed received his revelation from God when he went into a cave and fell into a trance. During this trance he would blather words and foam at the mouth. The first time this happened he told his wife that he thought he was possessed. I think it is true that he was possessed and it was satan whispering in his ear.
“The father of islam seems to be Satan himself.”
Seems? I think there is no question about it.
Bible: “Satan is the great deceiver”
Koran: “Allah is the greatest deceiver”
Islam demands complete submission of the body and mind. It demands you don’t think. It demands death for apostates, death to gays, death to non-muslims, all while not providing a clear path to God. So to make sure they reach heaven they commit horrific acts. It represents death personified and manifests true destruction through the collective. It is the greatest evil we shall ever face. It doesn’t wear a uniform. It plays by no rules. The ultimate in “the end justifies the means” philosophy. There will only be peace on earth by one of two options; either Islam is wiped from the earth or we all become (the right kind of) muslim....no in between.
Although I never carry, I am armed with a tactical S&W fighting knife, always in the best possible position to grab any jihadi who comes through the door; I may someday become a different type of ‘martyr’ ~ Allah sucks porkrinds! May piss be upon him...
Because, y'know, Blacks don't count.[/sarcasm]
It would behoove such megachurches to quietly employ a few snipers, with highly mushrooming cartridges, to cover areas of the church. Of course they would be discreet, but if some maniac busted in, waving a gun and screaming “Allen’s Snackbar!”, he wouldn’t get two steps before being ventilated.
And if a team of maniacs did so...
Great article. Worth reading the whole thing.
Not if it will happen, but when. Not just churches, but elementary schools, football games, shopping malls, etc. All will likely experience the “peace” of islam in the near future. I’m not prophesying or spreading doom and gloom, just being a realist.
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