Sister Soljah
January 24, 2005
 
I can't even believe this!

This is what i'm ranting about this week. Christians turning people away from aid since they aren't Christian. That's real Christian behavior. Sheesh. Unbelievable. That's what i hate about evangelical Christians. Extremists in the worst way. Don't get me wrong...i don't like the Muslim extremists either. Extremists in anything are just plain bad. Like the prophet (pbuh) said the middle path is the right path. I just can't believe they would do this. It shouldn't shock me since they did the same thing in India so many years ago. Missionaries always have gone after the poor and only offering them food for conversion. It happened with the Indians, with South America, with India and so many others. It just turns my stomach. When trying to decide an organization to give tsunami aid, we didn't look for a Muslim organization because we just wanted the company that had the least administration costs so most the money would go to the people...any of them...hindu, christian, jew, athiest. I just can't believe people act this way in the name of God. Don't they know anything?

Some links:

Villagers furious with Christian Missionaries

Group to raise 'tsunami orphans' as Christians

Religious aid groups try to convert victims

There are so many more stories...Falwell is one of the worst doing these conversions. It's just sick to me....
 
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