Anti-Christian Qu’ran verse denying Christ’s divinity sung in Scottish cathedral


Screenshot of the video, which has since been removed

Just when you thought political correctness and Islamism could not get any worse, a Qu’ran verse denying Christ being the Son of God has been sung at a cathedral in Scotland. And to make it worse, the cathedral released a Facebook post calling it a “wonderful event”. The video, along with an accompanying Facebook post, have since been removed.

Where do I begin?

This is not just the same old political correctness we have seen happening for the past few years. This shows that Islam is successfully infiltrating the culture and institutions located at the foundations of Western civilisation. It has infiltrated the religion that defines the Western world to such an extent that even churches are praising the recitation of an anti-Christian Qu’ran verse during a Eucharist service.

And it wasn’t just any Eucharist service. This disgraceful event took place during the celebration of the feast of the Epiphany.

The verse, taken from Surah, says the following:

It is not [befitting] for Allah to take a son; exalted is He! When He decrees an affair, He only says to it, “Be,” and it is.[Jesus said], “And indeed, Allah is my Lord and your Lord, so worship Him. That is a straight path.”

A verse from the Qu’ran should not be sung in a church in the first place. Yet St. Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral chose to not only insult its own religion, but flaunted its attempt to mock God during the Eucharist.

This event further justifies the call for stronger borders, not just for Britain, but for the entire Western world. Islam’s attempts at penetrating the barriers protecting Western culture and values seem to more and more effective. The only way to stop this process is by enforcing strict border controls and decreasing immigration. Donald Trump’s plan to ban Muslim migrants will save the United States. It is time for the United Kingdom to follow in his footsteps in order to preserve its traditions and heritage.

It was only recently that Dame Louise Casey and the Department for Communities and Local Government exposed the harmful social and cultural impacts of unsustainable immigration and political correctness. The study discovered an array of issues existing within the Islamic community in Britain, ranging from British Muslims’ sympathy for suicide bombers to the banning of Christmas decorations in an effort to avoid offending Muslims. The report not only called for assimilation, but also proposed the introduction of oaths of loyalty as a requirement for emigrating into Britain.

Yet, conservative politicians’ attempts at resolving the problem almost always results in a backlash, and then interference, by the left. It was only recently that two conservative politicians in Australia, Cory Bernardi and George Christensen, came under fire for attending an event hosted by the Q Society, an organisation critical of Islam. The Q Society itself has undertaken various investigations revealing the extent to which Islam has already infiltrated Australian culture. This includes the cost to consumers resulting from companies undertaking halal certification programs, to the education system manipulating the truth to show a positive, one-sided perspective on Islam.

Now, the effects of Muslim migration have entered another level. And this time, it is made more sinister by the fact that it’s attempts at destroying our culture are now openly supported by churches, the very institutions that are meant to protect the West’s Christian heritage. While the future may seem grim, one should not forget Brexit. This little ray of hope shines through the dark clouds of leftism, and will allow Britain to retake full control of its own borders and ensure its culture and glory are preserved and upheld.

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