When the First Muslim Prayer Was Held at the National Cathedral, One Christian Lady Spoke in Protest

On Friday, the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., hosted its very first Muslim call to prayer. And what happened during the event is heating up the debate on religion in America. The event was focused on condemning terrorism and building a better relationship between Christians and Muslims. Just before the announcements, an unidentified woman stood up and voiced disagreement that a Christian-based church would support such a service. The woman shouted:

“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!”

In addition, the woman mentioned how there were many mosques in the U.S. and recommended that Muslims’ worship be done within their own religious buildings.

via ijreview

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