Muslims, Episcopalians, and Diversity Dreams

Dec 7, 2012 | Posted by: Joe DeCaro | Full story: spectator.org

On December 15 the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) will have its annual convention at All Saints Episcopal Church in Pasadena, a prominent liberal parish within the increasingly liberal Episcopal denomination. It's the first time MPAC has convened at a church.

Last week a younger writer on national security issues named Ryan Mauro penned a column critical of MPAC's radical connections in its past and questioned the church's wisdom in hosting it ...
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"One All Saints Episcopal Church member told Huffington Post that he chose the church 'because of their belief that everyone deserves love and respect no matter your political agenda, age, race, sexual orientation, religion or creed.' The church's ultra-egalitarian agenda, with strong emphasis on gender and sexual liberation, is starkly at odds with nearly all of Islam, much less the more extreme Islam that some MPAC officials are accused by critics of abetting.

"Of course, this church, like most of the Religious Left, chooses to look the other way, preferring dreams about diversity to realities of culture clash."

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And these people that have all these liberal ideas, are the first ones Muslims kill when they take over a society. Ironic.

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It makes me sick to read these lies heaped upon lies:

." On December 5 Salam al-Marayati debated Ryan Mauro on local public radio. He denied blaming Israel for 9-11 and claimed he was only trying to be ironic, while also conceding it was the "wrong way" to talk about it. Elsewhere, he has tried to explain: "My point was to say if you're going to accuse political Islam [of 9-11], then Muslims will accuse political Zionists, and we both should not do that."
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When they say something out of line these days, they say they are being ironic or metaphorical.
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I've been reading what the pastor is saying, he is so far out on a political limb he really isn't a Christian anymore. He has thrown away the Bible and is now just making up stuff as he goes along.

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