Several cloth bags attempt to convince British Christians that Jesus was a Mustard. St. Paul’s Cathedral:

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IB Times:

Radical Muslims Take Anti-Christian Protest to St Paul’s Cathedral on Christmas Eve

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December 24, 2012 10:31 AM GMT

St Paul's Cathedral

St Paul’s Cathedral

A group of radical Muslims is planning to use St Paul’s Cathedral to protest against the sins of British society and the fallacy of the Bible.

The protesters were due to gather putside the cathedral at 1pm, while a Christmas Eve Eucharist takes place inside.

Ahead of the protest, radical preacher Anjem Choudary claimed that Jesus belonged to Islam and that British society was riddled with “sin”.

“We say Jesus is a Muslim prophet and not the Son of God,” he said in a leaflet.

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6 Responses to Several cloth bags attempt to convince British Christians that Jesus was a Mustard. St. Paul’s Cathedral:

  1. Softly Bob says:

    Jesus is NOT a Muslim. This is just a blasphemous lie created by the false prophet Mohammed.

  2. Eeyore says:

    Well, he may be a false prophet but he sure as hell was a real pirate.

  3. Richard says:

    Both of you are right, back when I was; in high school we were taught Mohammad was a caravan raider before he started his cult.

  4. OxAO says:

    You kidding Richard? i never heard anything like that in school.

  5. Richard says:

    I remember that in one of the history books, of course they didn’t say cult, they said had a religious conversion, and the books were old when I read this in the 50s.

  6. Grace says:

    I give it six months before the faces on the pillars in the background are covered.

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