By Theodore Shoebat
Church burnings are becoming disturbingly frequent in America. We talk about church burnings in Nigeria, in Iraq, Syria, India, but what we are not talking about is that its happening right here in the United States, without any calls of hate crime or discriminations.
The media wants us to think that hate crimes are something done only by conservatives against homosexuals, or by police officers. But arson attacks done against churches in America in the months of November and December alone, is far too many and being almost completely ignored.
I did a whole video on this:
Here are some of the reports that have come very recently. In Parma Heights, Ohio, there was a church burning:
The fire at Parma Heights City Hall has been ruled arson, fire officials said Tuesday.
The fire happened on Wednesday, causing significant damage to the mayor’s office.
Parma Heights Fire Chief Bryan Sloan said a police officer spotted the blaze and reported it just after 3 a.m. Firefighters quickly controlled the fire and the scene was clear just a few hours later.
In Roswell, Georgia, there was another church burning:
Authorities have charged a man with arson in a suspicious church fire in Roswell.
The fire did major damage to part of the Epiphany Byzantine Catholic Church on Old Alabama Road early Sunday.
While en route to the scene, a police officer spotted 24-year-old Juan Carlos Ramirez allegedly running down the street naked.
Ramirez was arrested on disorderly conduct charges. Once in custody, police said he confessed to starting the fire at the church, as well as three other blazes in the surrounding woods. No motive was given for the fires, police said.
In St. Paul, Minnesota, a church burning took place:
A St. Paul man has been charged in connection with a fire Friday morning that caused more than $100,000 in damage to a W. 7th Street church.
Gregory Louis Knox, 27, was being held Monday on $70,000 bail at the Ramsey County jail on charges of first- and second-degree arson.
Knox turned himself in at police headquarters on Friday afternoon, only hours after firefighters were called to put out the blaze at St. Mark Lutheran Church, just off W. 7th at Goodhue Street.
In Kent County, Delaware, there were three churches set ablaze by the same people:
Two Kent County men have been charged with arson in fires last week at three Felton-area churches, state fire officials said Monday night.
In simultaneous arrests at their homes Monday afternoon, deputy fire marshals took Alex J. Harrington Jr., 26, into custody in High Point Park, a mobile home complex in the Frederica area, and Joseph Skochelak, 25, at the Dover Apartments complex in Dover, said Michael G. Chionchio, assistant state fire marshal.
They were charged with three counts each of second-degree arson, third-degree burglary and second-degree conspiracy, he said.
In Calloway County, Kentucky, another arson attack was done against a church:
A Calloway County church was seriously damaged by fire Monday morning in what is being called an act of arson.
According to Kentucky State Police, a church member was passing by the Mason Chapel United Methodist Church Monday morning when they noticed an open door. The member went to close the door and found the church on fire.
The church was seriously damaged from the fire.
What is happening in the Muslim world, is happening right in the United States by demonically influenced people with anti-Christian sentiments. This is all the result of the anti-Christian atmosphere that has permeated the society. Evil acts like this, in this severity, did not happen in the 50s, in the 20s, or in the times before those era These are too many churches as it is, and there already countless other cases that have happened recently, too many to put here.
If we do not stop the anti-Christian venom that is inundating the society, then we must expect such violence and persecutions to happen more often.
Bring back Christendom! Deus veult!