By Theodore Shoebat
A woman went into the Washington National Cathedral and protested the Islamic prayer session that they were conducting by declaring that Christ is Lord:
According to one report:
The first Muslim prayer service ever hosted by the Washington National Cathedral was interrupted by a protester taking a stand for Christianity.
“Jesus Christ died on that cross over there. He is the reason why we are to worship only Him. Jesus Christ is our Lord and savior,” she announced in a loud but steady voice.
“We have built and allowed you here in mosques in this country. Why can’t you worship in the mosques? Leave our churches alone,” she continued.
The unidentified woman was led away by two men, but she reportedly continued protesting in another room.
Meanwhile, the director of liturgy for Washington National Cathedral, Rev. Canon Gina Campbell, greeted the Muslims as “brothers and sisters in the name of God…most gracious, most merciful.”
“Welcome to Washington National Cathedral, a cathedral conceived by Episcopalians, aided by others and chartered by Congress to be a national cathedral, a house of prayer for all people,” Campell said.
During the event, a Muslim man sang from the podium, “Allahu akbar, Allahu akbar,” a phrase which can be translated to mean “Allah is greatest” or “Allah is greater.”