An original translation by SIMONXML
First, let us review the facts. Read in ‘Le Progrès’:
“The faithful who were present at the scene were amazed. This Sunday morning, in a Collegiate (Church) ( full to bursting, a man wearing a djellaba and a headdress came to pray. He placed a carpet to the left of the altar, while the congregation was trying to celebrate the Easter mass.
The man, visibly disturbed, read verses from the Koran before writing a few lines in Arabic in the parish register. After having disturbed the Palm Sunday Mass once, last week at the Bedugue and then at the collegiate church, worshippers had notified the police.
A team came to ask him to leave in peace. The sub-prefect, who had been notified of this public order disturbance, insisted: “We must not create confusion. This inappropriate behavior is the act of a clearly disturbed individual. ”
Analysis by ‘Observatoire de l’islamisation’:
The Islamist is not ‘mad’ at all, he wrote carefully in Moroccan calligraphy an extract from Surah 112 of the Koran which warns explicitly against the claim by Christ to be the Son of God:
“In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful” (basmala)
1- Say: “He is Allah, who is One”
2- Allah, the Eternal Refuge.
3- He neither begets nor is born,
4- Nor is there to Him any equivalent.”
To better understand the intolerance of the Islamist in Jura, you should know that the Islamic bestseller “The Citadel of the Muslim” written by Al Qatahni, edited by Sana (main Parisian Muslim Publishing House), available in all Muslim bookshops in France, Chapter 88 is called “To protect themselves against the false Messiah” (i.e. Jesus)
Extract from page 175: “And to warn those who say,” Allah was given a son”. Of that neither they nor their fathers know anything. What odious words come out of their mouths! What they say is nothing but lies. ”
There want to loudly challenge and provoke Catholics against this “odious lie,” there is only one step that was blithely crossed at Dole.
‘Observatoire de l’islamisation’, April 2014.