[quote="addictedkoala, post:8, topic:186482"]
The article actually mentioned that...
"One French blogger noted that the choice of targets is selective. “Strangely, the extremists of the homosexual cause do not assemble to the Grand Mosque of Paris. However, it is in Muslim countries (that apply Sharia [law]) that homosexuals are executed!”
Vautier, however, said his group does not “fear a backlash” from Christians."
So I guess we're "tame" enough. We have all truth, but no zeal :(
actually, i am glad that we do not imprison or kill homosexuals.
the correct response is grace, and evangelism. but that doesn't mean we allow our holy spaces to be desecrated and mocked, either.
and yes, i find it funny that the gay rights activists are not more outraged by those Islamic countries who routinely imprison or execute homosexuals, to the point of say staging a kiss-in at a large, well-known, conservative mosque. how odd.
thanks for citing the article btw. :thumbsup:
i agree with Sabda, but then it's a shame to lock out worshippers so that the activists can not go through with their planned, staged event.
are there no laws (religious freedom laws) against this? i can't image a Hindu temple, mosque, or synagogue putting up with this, or not feeling within their rights to call the authroities, were this to happen during puja, salah, or shabbat.