Our Minnesota correspondent Henrietta sends this afterthought to her post from earlier today about the Somali immigrant crisis in her state:
As a new ‘correspondent’, and to the casual reader, I would like to add some clarification to today’s posting. I am not against Somalis or Muslims. I feel compassion for those who’ve never been allowed the privilege of free will, which our Creator so graciously provided to humanity. Plus, they themselves suffer cruelly under sharia law. Rather, I am against the ideology that most of them have been raised to subscribe to. Islamic ideology compels its adherents to agitate, overtly and covertly, to subvert all the world to Allah and sharia law. I take offense at that, and I am appalled and repulsed by the kind of ‘fruit’ Islam produces. And I care about the kind of world that I pass onto my children.
Here are some more ‘interesting’ facts:
World Relief MN has allied with the Evangelicals, Transform MN, to ‘transform’ Minnesota. These two organizations have allied with a group called Immigrant Hope.
Unfortunately, Marxist ideology has permeated and perverted many of our Christian institutions, especially in Minnesota.
I had one Pastor from World Relief MN exclaim to me that Christian missionaries don’t have to go abroad now, the lost world is coming here now! I asked, What kind of Shepherd would invite the rabid wolf to enter our neighborhoods?! He had no response.
Not only have our ‘Shepherds’ been ideologically compromised and are leading their blind flocks like a Piped Piper to our utter destruction, but they are also bilking the American taxpayer. Here is a 990 Tax form from Lutheran Social Services.
Refugee Resettlement Watch has been doing outstanding work researching and documenting the co-opting of American compassion by aggressive ideologues who do not have the best interests of Americans at heart.
Here are a couple of articles about MN:
- Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota Doing Well by Doing Good
- Somali Refugees Changing the Face of Minneapolis
The Minnesota Council of Churches has been working very closely with the Islamic Center of Minnesota, including monthly Interfaith Dialogues:
Compare the Islamic Center of Minnesota logo to the Islamic Society of North America logo:
I’ll let you connect the dots.
In addition to learning about our Radical Islamic and Communist enemies, I pray this ‘conflict’ will be an opportunity to reexamine ourselves: ‘Who am I?’ ‘How did I get here?’ ‘Why am I here?’ ‘How should I live?’
Because, you see, according to the ancient Chinese General, Sun Tzu, knowing who the enemy is only half the battle. We, also, must know who we are and what we stand for.
If you know the enemy and know yourself you need not fear the results of a hundred battles.
— Sun Tzu
Radical Islam (and Communism) not only challenges our identity, but it is also challenges our faith, if not primarily so. According to the “Quranic Concept of War” by SK Malik:
“In war, our main objective is the opponent’s heart and soul.”
“Terror is basically related to the strength or weakness of the human soul. A weak faith offers inroads to terror.”
“To instill terror into the hearts of the enemy, it is essential, in the ultimate analysis, to dislocate his Faith. An invincible Faith is immune to terror. A weak Faith offers inroads to terror.”
May Christendom and freedom-lovers rise up once again to preserve freedom against the ravages of tyranny.