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The National Secular Society Defends Islam & Attacks a Christian Charity That Rightly Says Islam is “Demonic”

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on February 23, 2023

💭 የብሪታኒያ ‘ብሄራዊ ዓለማዊ ማህበረሰብ’ ለእስልምና ተቆርቋሪ ሆኖ ለመሟገት፤ “እስልምና አጋንንታዊ ነው” ብሎ በትክክል በጠቆመውና “የጽዮን ፕሮጀክቶች” በተሰኘው እንግሊዛዊ የክርስቲያን በጎ አድራጎት ድርጅት ላይ ጥቃት ሰነዘረ። ወሸከቲያም!

እ.ኤ.አ. በ2019 ዓ.ም በለንደን የኮፕት ቤተ ክርስቲያን ሊቀ ጳጳስ አንጌሎስ ይህ የብሪታኒያ ብሔራዊ ዓለማዊ ማህበረሰብ ክርስትና ጠል መሆኑን በትክክል ተናግረው ነበር።

👉 አዎ! የሦስቱ የክርስቶስ ተቃዋሚ ግዛቶች ያለተቀደሰ ሕብረት፤

  • ፩ኛ. ዓለማዊነት/ኢ-አማንያዊነት/ኮሚኒዝም
  • ፪ኛ. እስልምና
  • ፫ኛ. ሰዶማዊነት

ከክርስትና እና ከሰብአዊነት ጋር ጦርነት ውስጥ ናቸው።

❖ In 2019 Coptic Archbishop Angaelos rightly noted that The National Secular Society (NSS) is Christophobic.

👉 Yes! The unholy alliance of the three Antichrist empires:

  1. Secularism/Atheism/Communism
  2. Islam
  3. Sodomism

are at war with Christianity and Humanity.

👉 The The National Secular Society (NSS) wrote the following message defending demonic Islam:

💭 Chair of government-funded charity says Islam is “demonic”

Posted: Wed, 22 Feb 2023

The government recently gave thousands of pounds to a Christian group whose chair said Islam is “demonic” and “spiritual wickedness”, the National Secular Society has found.

Zion Projects, a Christian charity based in Eastleigh, Hampshire, is one of 16 religious organisations given a total of £1.3 million in public money as part of the government’s ‘Faith New Deal’ fund. Zion Projects was awarded £43,220 last year for a project entitled “As One Hampshire”.

In this 2020 video on Vimeo shows Danny Stupple, the chair and a trustee of Zion Projects, making anti-Islam comments during a Covid-19 lockdown meeting of the “Eastleigh Prophetic Hub”.

In the video, which opens with the Zion Projects logo, Stupple responds to a question about Islamic ‘calls to prayer’ being broadcast during lockdown by saying “a very strong force of spiritual wickedness known as Islam is engaging in warfare against the Lord with its open air prayers”.

He said that Islamic prayers are “one example” of “the enemy” trying to use the Covid-19 pandemic, adding that the Islamic system of belief “is truly demonic”.

He advised that anyone who hears the calls to prayers should “deny it power in Jesus’ name”, which is “more than able to deal with the spiritual forces of wickedness in those prayers”. He called such a scenario a “warfare context”.

The findings follow a recent report by Muslim advocacy group Mercy Mission UK which questioned the absence of Muslim organisations among recipients of ‘faith new deal’ grants. All but three of the recipients are Christian; two are interfaith organisations, and one is Jewish.

A freedom of information request to the Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities (DLHC) found 351 organisations applied for Faith New Deal funding, including at least 21 Muslim groups.

The NSS has written to Baroness Scott of Bybrook, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at DHLC, to express its concerns and ask what checks were made on the recipients of Faith New Deal funding.

Stupple: Dominic Cummings ‘anointed’ to achieve Brexit

In the same video, Stupple also suggests God is using the pandemic to “make the point of the value of life” because he anticipates “the same amount of babies being saved as the number of people who die” as a result of women being unable to get abortions during lockdown.

He also claims that Brexit is “important to the Lord” and that Dominic Cummings has an “anointing” to accomplish it.

He says biblical creationists don’t “make the mistake of thinking like the world thinks with its evolutionary offer”, which “leads us into a wrong conclusion about the origin of things such as virus.”

Stupple ran as an independent candidate in the Eastleigh 2013 by-election. He opposed same-sex marriage as part of his campaign, saying “real marriage is between a man and a woman” in a campaign video.

Zion Projects was also awarded £19,750 by Hampshire County Council last year to “help to provide a range of projects including a community café”.

The ‘faith new deal’ fund

The government’s “Faith New Deal pilot scheme” was launched in 2021 for faith-based organisations that provide community services to “tackle issues affecting the most vulnerable”. Groups with no religious ethos were ineligible for funding.

The NSS has criticised the scheme as “discriminatory” and has raised concerns about the ethics of giving public money to faith groups which may have an agenda to proselytise. Several of the groups funded by the faith new deal require workers and volunteers to be Christians.

In addition, four groups with Christian connections received a total of nearly £1 million from the DLHC’s UK Community Ownership Fund, according to updates from the DLHC published this month. They included Barking’s Lifeline Church and Sawyers Church, both of which are affiliated with the Evangelical Alliance which opposes same-sex relationships.

The “As One” campaign

Zion Projects’ “As One Hampshire” project appears to be a local branch of the national “As One” campaign by Uturn UK, a Community Interest Company which promotes “street associations” to engender “civic responsibility and volunteering”. Church leaders are used to promote the street associations locally.


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