Extremist Muslims Launch Video Against Christianity
In what is seen as a tit-for-tat exercise a group of extremist Muslims have filmed and launched a video criticising Christianity. In the film questions are asked about the relationship between greedy bankers and Christianity and claims are made about Catholic Christianity offering protection to paedophiles.
Instead of protesting against the American extremist Christians depiction of their faith and its founder a group of Extremist Muslims has made a film which criticises the Christian Church and what it stands for. The video will soon be launched on YouTube and will make claims that most of the current forms of Christianity are not what was intended by the faith’s founder. Among the film’s claims are:
- That true Christians would not allow profiteering from loans and that charging interest is against the tenets of Christianity. The group claim that this is a so called “sin” and it used to be referred to as “simony” and “usury”. in the film the Islamic Extremist spokesman asks “…when were these sins made void?”
- That certain sects among Christians (specifically Catholic sects) promoted child abuse and protected the paedophiles among its numbers.
- That the original socialist tenets of Christianity as extolled by Jesus Christ – particularly to “love thy neighbour” have been set aside in favour of a more greedy, grasping “I’m all right Jack” attitude.
- That, unlike in Islam, there is no tenet of Christianity which enforces giving to charity and to those who live in poverty.
- That originally Jesus Christ did not believe that a hierarchy of men should rule Christianity and wear ornate, luxurious robes.
- That churches and cathedrals were not what was envisaged by the founders of Christian sects.
- That Jesus Christ was not a blue eyed European.
We attempted to contact some leading Christians for their views on the points made in the video but none of them would speak out against the claims on the record. However, some said that simony and usury had been declassified as sins as long ago as the fifteenth century when the then pope’s family and friends discovered they could earn vast fortunes by charging interest on loans and taking property from those who defaulted on their loans. When we asked about the tendency for Catholic priests to be paedophiles one priest asked “What can you expect when we are made to live the single life?”