Worth ReadingArnie Rosner wrote:
The Muslim Connection; a case of reverse discrimination.
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OK let's cut to the chase. The headline should read....
Army (on illegal orders of the illegal Commander in Chief, Obama) Disinvites Graham to Pentagon Prayer Day Thursday, 22 Apr 2010 07:06 PMArticle Font Size
Evangelist Franklin Graham's invitation to speak at a Pentagon prayer service has been rescinded because his comments about Islam were inappropriate OK Folks...here is the challenge...(TO WHOM WERE THESE COMMENTS PERCEIVED TO BE INAPPROPRIATE? IS THIS CENSORSHIP TO AVOID THE DELICATE SENSIBILITIES OF OUR MUSLIM DETRACTORS? AND JUST EXACTLY WHO IS ABRIDGING OUR FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS?) , the Army said Thursday.
Graham, the son of famed evangelist Billy Graham, in 2001 described Islam as evil. More recently, he has said he finds Islam offensive and wants Muslims to know that Jesus Christ died for their sins.
Army spokesman Col. Tom Collins said Graham's remarks were "not appropriate."
"We're an all-inclusive military," Collins said. "We honor all faiths. ... Our message to our service and civilian work force is about the need for diversity and appreciation of all faiths."
The Military Religious Freedom Foundation had raised the objection to Graham's appearance, citing his past remarks about Islam.
Collins said earlier this week that the invitation to attend the National Day of Prayer event at the Pentagon wasn't from the military but from the Colorado-based National Day of Prayer Task Force, which works with the Pentagon chaplain's office on the prayer event.
As co-honorary chair of the task force, Graham was expected to be the lead speaker at the May 6 Pentagon service. Country singer Ricky Skaggs was expected to perform.
Since Graham's invitation was rescinded, the task force has decided not to participate in the military prayer service, Collins said.