Honduras: President opens session with Koran reading, Islamic prayer

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  1. jack404

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    http://www.laprensa.hn/Secciones-Pr...ejo-de-Ministros-empieza-con-invocacion-a-Ala


    Tegucigalpa, Honduras
    With the sudden invocation of Allah and reading the Quran, President Porfirio Lobo began yesterday’s session of Council of Ministers.
    The president received in the session hall of the Presidential House female members of the Islamic community.
    During his speech, the ladies prayed for the future of Honduras, the government and its officials, including President Lobo.
    Every Tuesday, the government has been getting used to starting the meetings of the Council of Ministers with prayers to God by inviting representatives of religious leaders of different denominations.
    “So far the invocation of God has been alternating with representatives of Catholic and Evangelical churches, but also invited the Adventists,” said a source.
    At the opening ceremony, Lobo also received a letter, apparently with some requests, which were given to him by two women in the Islamic community, whose contents are not released.
    The Council of Ministers is similar to Congress. El Heraldo added this:
    Following their participation, the representatives of the Islamic community gave gifts and a letter to the President, who has proclaimed his open government at all levels and all religions.

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    With the highest murder rate outside of Afghanistan and evidence that Islamic terrorists are working with gangs like MS13, it’s appears that Islamists are also working their way into the political theater in Honduras.
  2. hogger129

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    I would have thought Honduras was a predominantly Roman Catholic country like most other Latin American countries.
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    Yeah , everyones rolling over ..
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    They wont be satisfied until we are ALL muslims.:mad:
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    or slaves dont forget slavery , big business in islam
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    Yeah,sorry forgot that one!!;)
    Cheers mate
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    This is really a weird development, considering all the political gyrations in Honduras over the past couple of years, getting rid of that leftist president Zelaya.... so this was the alternative?

    Here's another weird one for you - For the first time, the Muslim holiday Eid’l Adha was observed nation-wide in the Philippines on November 7th..... in previous years it had only been celebrated in the Muslim-occupied island of Mindinao.
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    its spreading

    they had it in india theyb had to there was promises ( hundreds) to kill all indians in muslim area's thats happened before rather recently too
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    From what I have read about these developments in Honduras and the Philippines, they sound like official expressions of "tolerance and open arms"....

    Do you suppose some big super-power nation might be forcing this "tolerance and open arms" policy on little third-world countries who receive foreign aid?
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    take a look at IMF requirements , all faiths no hate speech ( no anti islamic speech )

    its all there
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    malaysia may be going a bit far though the laws to outlaw gays will run afoul of the smae sex agenda being pushed by the IMF and UN but they may allow exceptions for islam, they do with saudi and iran already , but saudi dont take money from the IMF
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    Interesting facts copied from Hillary's (U.S. State Dept.) website -

    Section IV. U.S. Government Policy

    The U.S. government discusses religious freedom with the government as part of its overall policy to promote human rights. U.S. embassy officers regularly met with representatives of all major religious groups to discuss these problems and concerns. In addition the U.S. government actively supported the government's peace process with Muslim insurgents in Mindanao, which has the potential to contribute to peace and a better climate for interfaith cooperation.

    Embassy officials also maintained active outreach with NGOs. The embassy hosted meetings of political and opinion leaders from the Muslim community to discuss the U.S. role in Mindanao. The embassy continued to conduct a wide range of programming to promote interfaith dialogue and peace and to highlight these issues with populations in and around Manila, as well as across Mindanao.

    The estimated total development support of the U.S. government to Mindanao for fiscal year 2010 is $98 million, which comprises nearly 70 percent of U.S. government foreign assistance to the Philippines. U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) programs contributed to promoting peace and fostering an environment for greater religious tolerance. USAID trained more than 6,042 peace advocates, mostly Muslims from areas in Mindanao affected by conflict and Muslim separatist activities. Thirty-two percent of the trained peace advocates were Muslim women. The USAID-trained mediators handled a total of 2,232 disputes or cases, 87 percent of which were resolved.

    http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/irf/2010_5/168372.htm

    I haven't looked up Honduras yet.....
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    Another tidbit from Hillary's people -

    We welcome the opportunity to speak here today, as the problem of intolerance and discrimination against Muslims is an issue across the OSCE region. The United States strongly supports combating all forms of discrimination and intolerance against Muslims and is taking efforts to build mutual respect between people of all faiths. The U.S. government works continuously to ensure that person of all faiths, including Muslims, can freely enjoy the fundamental freedom of religion. We raise these concerns with our Allies, partners, and others – both within the OSCE and without. The U.S. Government’s Annual Report on International Religious Freedom addresses these concerns in detail within the OSCE region and around the world.

    http://www.state.gov/s/srmc/143780.htm

    The U.S. government appears to be acting independently in promoting this "tolerance and open arms" doctrine.... can't say that it surprises me.......
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