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Muslim hits Santa poster - Don't think there's a war on Christmas?

There are 26 comments on the Examiner.com story from Dec 21, 2013, titled Muslim hits Santa poster - Don't think there's a war on Christmas?. In it, Examiner.com reports that:

In recent years, the backlash against Jesus, Christians, and Christmas has escalated at an alarming rate, not only in America, but around the world.

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Mephistopheles

Bucharest, Romania

#1 Dec 21, 2013
SamostojnaMKD

Curtin, Australia

#2 Dec 21, 2013
Because they did not have somebody like St. Nik., to
distribute presents for hungry family's and little children,
from which did was born the whole of Santa tradition.
Because they did not have words in Bible which say,
do not kill, do not still, and so on.
Because their life seam to go nowhere, mean nothing.
Most of all, they do not know.
Mitch

Kew, Australia

#3 Dec 21, 2013
Saint Nic, yet another Greek worshipped by Skopian Bulgar dogs, lol. Just like Alexander I, Philip II and Alexander III, eh.

"Saint Nicholas (Bishop of Myra) replaced Sabino as the patron saint of the city… A GREEK FROM WHAT IS NOW TURKEY, he lived in the early fourth century." (Source: The Regions of Italy: a Reference Guide to History and Culture et al)

"For although he is the patron saint of Russia, and the model for a northern invention such as Santa Claus, NICHOLAS OF MYRA WAS A GREEK." (Source: Emperor to Emperor: Italy Before the Renaissance et al)

"The original Santa Claus, SAINT NICHOLAS, WAS A GREEK BORN IN ASIA MINOR (now modern Turkey) in the fourth century. He was very religious from an early age and devoted his life to Christianity." (Source: Greek Immigrants et al)
Maco a Style

Blacktown, Australia

#4 Dec 21, 2013
Mitch wrote:
Saint Nic, yet another Greek worshipped by Skopian Bulgar dogs, lol. Just like Alexander I, Philip II and Alexander III, eh.
"Saint Nicholas (Bishop of Myra) replaced Sabino as the patron saint of the city… A GREEK FROM WHAT IS NOW TURKEY, he lived in the early fourth century." (Source: The Regions of Italy: a Reference Guide to History and Culture et al)
"For although he is the patron saint of Russia, and the model for a northern invention such as Santa Claus, NICHOLAS OF MYRA WAS A GREEK." (Source: Emperor to Emperor: Italy Before the Renaissance et al)
"The original Santa Claus, SAINT NICHOLAS, WAS A GREEK BORN IN ASIA MINOR (now modern Turkey) in the fourth century. He was very religious from an early age and devoted his life to Christianity." (Source: Greek Immigrants et al)
So he was a Orthodox Turk....

Wow just like a modern Greek
Mitch

Kew, Australia

#5 Dec 21, 2013
Maco a Style wrote:
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So he was a Orthodox Turk....
Wow just like a modern Greek
Hey poutana Bulgara with the self-proclaimed 'intellect', do tell, where were the Turks back then? Where?

Do tell poutana Bulgara. Do tell.

This is your self-proclaimed 'intellect' on display, eh.
Mephistopheles

Bucharest, Romania

#6 Dec 21, 2013
Yule is Better than "Christ-Mas". and "Christ-Mas" is a Yule RipOff.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yule
BGBulgarianBG

Saint Louis, MO

#7 Dec 21, 2013
I hope so because FYROM is a artificial country and a Disneyland of the Balkans with statues of all the national heroes of other countries which they put in their capital Skopje for everyone to see because the Disneyland of the Balkans called FYROM have no history and try to steal others and claim it their own by building statues.
CANADEZOS

London, Canada

#8 Dec 21, 2013
BGBulgarianBG wrote:
I hope so because FYROM is a artificial country and a Disneyland of the Balkans with statues of all the national heroes of other countries which they put in their capital Skopje for everyone to see because the Disneyland of the Balkans called FYROM have no history and try to steal others and claim it their own by building statues.
WHILE THE REST OF THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIAN SLAVOPUTANES!LIKE CROATIA!SLOVENIA!SERBIA CONTINUE TO SUPPORT THEIR YUGOSLAVIAN TITOIST COMMUNIST LIES&PROPAGANDA!
SamostojnaMKD

Curtin, Australia

#9 Dec 21, 2013
You really don't know about St. Nikola.
You Greeks are so arrogant, you don't deserve my time.
Nara

Athens, Greece

#10 Dec 22, 2013
SamostojnaMKD wrote:
You really don't know about St. Nikola.
You Greeks are so arrogant, you don't deserve my time.
ena elafucky for Sam
Born free - Molon lave

Adelaide, Australia

#11 Dec 22, 2013
SamostojnaMKD wrote:
You really don't know about St. Nikola.
You Greeks are so arrogant, you don't deserve my time.
Blasphemer.
You should learn to read, visit a church and ask for forgiveness.

Saint Nicholas (Greek: &#7949;&#947;&#953 ;&#959;&#962; &#925;&#953;&#954; &#972;&#955;&#945; &#959;&#962;, Hagios Nikólaos, Latin: Sanctus Nicolaus); (15 March 270 – 6 December 343),[3][4] also called Nikolaos of Myra, was a historic 4th-century Christian saint and Greek[5] Bishop of Myra (Demre, part of modern-day Turkey) in Lycia. Because of the many miracles attributed to his intercession, he is also known as Nikolaos the Wonderworker (&#925;&#953;&#954 ;&#972;&#955;&#945 ;&#959;&#962; &#8001; &#920;&#945;&#965; &#956;&#945;&#964; &#959;&#965;&#961; &#947;&#972;&#962; , Nikolaos ho Thaumaturgos). He had a reputation for secret gift-giving, such as putting coins in the shoes of those who left them out for him, and thus became the model for Santa Claus, whose modern name comes from the Dutch Sinterklaas, itself from a series of elisions and corruptions of the transliteration of "Saint Nikolaos". His reputation evolved among the faithful, as was common for early Christian saints.[6] In 1087, part of the relics (about half of the bones) were furtively translated to Bari, in Apulia, Italy; for this reason, he is also known as Nikolaos of Bari. The remaining bones were taken to Venice in 1100. His feast day is the 6th of December.
The historical Saint Nicholas is commemorated and revered among Anglican, Catholic, Lutheran, and Orthodox Christians. In addition, some Baptist,[8] Methodist,Presbyterian,and Reformed churches have been named in honor of Saint Nicholas. Saint Nicholas is the patron saint of sailors, merchants, archers, thieves, children, pawnbrokers and students in various cities and countries around Europe. He was also a patron of the Varangian Guard of the Byzantine emperors, who protected his relics in Bari.
entatiki

Thessaloníki, Greece

#12 Dec 24, 2013
Maco a Style wrote:
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So he was a Orthodox Turk....
Wow just like a modern Greek
How unhistirical and ignorant of you.

St. Nicholas lived in 4th century AD, a descendant of the millions of Greeks who lived there from centuries BC and up to 1922 AD

Care to open an encyclopedia and see when the Ottomans arrived?

“Makedonia Vergina Sun”

Since: Jun 08

Thessaloniki

#13 Dec 24, 2013
Maco a Style wrote:
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So he was a Orthodox Turk....
Wow just like a modern Greek
How unhistorical and ignorant of you.
St. Nicholas lived in 4th century AD, a descendant of the millions of Greeks who lived there from centuries BC and up to 1922 AD
Care to open an encyclopedia and see when the Ottomans arrived?
Venizelos-Turkog ly

Skopje, Macedonia

#14 Dec 24, 2013
Santa is a Greek?
Thats why I never received a gift.
No donation for the north pole melting prevention.
Nara

Athens, Greece

#15 Dec 24, 2013
Venizelos-Turkog ly wrote:
Santa is a Greek?
Thats why I never received a gift.
No donation for the north pole melting prevention.
don t worry
tha rthei o Mhtsotakhs na soy pei ta kalanta

“Aposkotison me!”

Since: Jan 11

Athina

#16 Dec 24, 2013
Nara wrote:
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ena elafucky for Sam
Piperi!!!!
SamostojnaMKD

Curtin, Australia

#17 Dec 29, 2013
400 ad., Greeks if existed (small number) did not have Kristianity in their hearts and minds. Nikola was not and is not Greek name.
You can take names and put Greek prefixes to them but that will not make them Greek. Will you get off your high horse.
Greece is not a birth place of Kristianity.
Specialy not in 400AD
commander chameria

Skopje, Macedonia

#18 Dec 29, 2013
SamostojnaMKD wrote:
400 ad., Greeks if existed (small number) did not have Kristianity in their hearts and minds. Nikola was not and is not Greek name.
You can take names and put Greek prefixes to them but that will not make them Greek. Will you get off your high horse.
Greece is not a birth place of Kristianity.
Specialy not in 400AD
we will educate Chameria, no more greek language
Nara

Athens, Greece

#19 Dec 29, 2013
Yannis_21 wrote:
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Piperi!!!!
xaxxaxaxxxaxaxxaxaaa
Geia soy re Yanni. Xronia Polla :)
Nara

Athens, Greece

#20 Dec 29, 2013
commander chameria wrote:
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we will educate Chameria, no more greek language
re malaka, humanity is learning greek language from the beginning of time because that s the Power that makes the world go round and round.
with what will you educate Chameria?:))))))))

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