Wake Up America-We've noticed a trend lately
By: Open The Gates
We have been noticing a trend lately, A church in a small town in Upstate New York struggles to keep twenty congregants while the Mosque is lively with hundreds of attendees. Dearborn, Michigan became the first city in the US to enforce Sharia Law, a religious law from Islam which isn't compatible with our Constitution.
"I was visiting North Carolina in the Bible Belt. After the tour, I spoke to a representative of the Museum and she said four Muslims had visited the Museum and they wanted to pray for Allah inside. She said the staff rejected that. I was astonished that Muslims have all the freedom here and they're using the constitution to spread Islam in America and the West. But for us as Christians we can't go to Saudi Arabia and ask that we pray to Jesus in Mecca. We're asking people to 'Wake Up America'. They have an agenda to take over America and the West," said Daniel Massieh, founder of Open The Gates.
"I've traveled all over the world for many years and have seen traditional Christian cities being taken over by Muslims. If we continue to sleep, we will lose our rights as citizens of the U.S. and who knows what judgement will come on our country," Massieh continued.
"We love Muslims and have had many events like our International Christmas Celebration to help the refugees that are coming over. Many of them are of Muslim faith and we spend a lot of time getting to know them. We just want people to know of the danger of a religion that goes against our Christian heritage as a county." Massieh stated.
Comedian Nazareth will entertain at an event on March 3 at the Rancho Bernardo Country Club. The event will take place between 12:30 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. located at 12280 Greens East Road, San Diego, CA. 92128.
As noted on his website, Nazareth, originally from the Holy Land, has been honing his talents as a comedian for 25 years. Prior to moving to the United States to attend college at the University of Toledo Ohio, he uprooted from Kuwait with nothing other than a passion to make the most of the life he has been given. His passion for comedy ignited when he asked himself one day, "What do I want to do in life that if I never get paid for it, I'd still do it to the best of my ability?" Making people laugh was the only thing that came to mind. The next day, he signed up at a California comedy club for open-mike night. He took the stage before a crowd of nine drunks. Nazareth recalls them laughing so hard that one of them fell off their chair. From the moment that he discovered his talent for bringing comic relief, his desire to do it for a living was without question.
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