By Theodore Shoebat
Muslim Albanians in the Eastern European area of Kosovo entered an Orthodox Church in Pristina and urinated inside of it. This was done, no doubt, to express their hatred for Christ. Kosovo Deputy Prime Minister Branimir Stojanovic condemned this evil and blasphemous act, saying that “Urinating in a sanctuary is shameful, uncivilized, vandalism”. A photo was taken of the offenders coming out of the church after they committed their disgusting and vile blasphemy:
Police were nearby the church, but instead of apprehending the blasphemers, they did nothing but watch. “The quiet observation of the demonstrators by the police, as they entered the temple and urinated is also shameful,” said Stojanovic. Church desecration is a very common thing in Kosovo where millions of Muslims are the majority. This particular church in Pristina, called Temple of Christ the Savior, is the most targeted by the Muslim Albanians in the area. Stojanovic is demanding that, on account of it being so targeted, a wall be erected around the church, but I doubt this would ever be done.
This evil desecration is causing much anger amongst Serbian Christians. One Serbian Orthodox Christian said:
I promise you one thing, I will piss on their graves, one day I hope very soon
Anti-Christian acts are very common, and they are being underreported by Western media. Just on January 6th of this year, Muslim Albanians in Kosovo blocked Christians from entering the Orthodox Church in Djakovica, and here is the photo:
Once the Christians arrived to the church they were met with Muslims throwing eggs, snowballs and apples at them.
In October of last year, Muslims stoend a church, as one Serbian report states:
The incident took place after the liturgy on Wednesday at a time when the children of parish priest Velja Stjokovic were playing in the churchyard, Kosovska Mitrovica-based Radio Kontakt plus reported.
Stojkovic immediately informed the police about it, and an investigation has been carried out.
According to an eyewitness, the attack was committed by four Albanian young men who were passing by the church. One of them suddenly pelted the churchyard gate with a rock.
The four fled to a part of Orahovac inhabited by Kosovo Albanians.
Such acts are foreshadowers for religious war. In 13th century southern France, a certain Cathar named Hugo went into such demoniacal frenzy that he entered a church and defecated beside the altar, and to show his mad enmity toward God, wiped himself with the altar cloth. The Abbot of Citaeux reported this crime to the Cathar Count of Toulouse, Raymond, and he told the clergyman that in no way would he punish him for such a matter. Many events like this, on top of indifference from authorities, would eventually implode into the Cathar War which lasted for twenty years. In societies where people care more about God, acts of blasphemy are taken seriously, and they ultimately escalate to Christians fighting for their faith. This is the reality. Soon you will see major religious war between Christians and Muslims and a significant region for it will be Kosovo.