Lawyer Mikey Weinstein is behind almost every attempt to ban Christianity from the armed forces.
Persecution of Christians worldwide, particularly at the hands of Muslims, is a well-documented phenomenon despite the successful attempts by most major Western and American media organs to ignore it.
Persecution of Christians in the United States — a country where almost 80% of the population, some 240 million, is of that faith — is deemed, ipso facto, an absurdity by some and an undeniable fact by others. As a conservative yet non-fundamentalist (Lutheran) Christian, Army veteran, and former academic specializing in Islamic history, I agree that Christians are not currently being persecuted in this country. I do discern, nonetheless, a worrisome growing intolerance of the majority faith coupled with a kneejerk support of minority religions.
May 29, 2010 | Categories: Armed Forces, Government, Most Americans Reject Socialism | Tags: 112th Infantry Regiment, 164th Aviation Group, Air Force JAG, al-Zawahiri, Bin Ladin, Christian symbols, Franklin Graham, hate crime, islam, Jihad, jihadist clerics, Mikey Weinstein, Military Religious Freedom Foundation, muslims, neo-pagan worship site, secular crusader, Timothy Furnish | Leave A Comment »