Hodjanernes Blog

19 juli 2011

“Marokkaner” ødelægger helgenstatue i italiensk kirke

An immigrant from the Maghreb has entered the sanctuary of Saint Calogero and has destroyed the image of the patron saint, last July 9th.

The church was open for the 7:30 mass, when the immigrant, of North African origins, has entered and gone directly into the sacristy, where the statue of Saint Calogero was. He took it and threw it violently against the wall, destroying it completely.

A believer who was at the church had tried to arrest the immigrant, but was hurt. Four policemen were needed to control the man and then to arrest him.

Saint Calomero, a Greek saint, lived in the city in the Vth century, evangelised Sicily and is much revered in the island. He is always represented as a black man. In fact, the Agrigento’s archbishop has praised him as “an example of integration between people”.

4 kommentarer »

  1. Bare det dog var “den sidste marokkaner”

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    Kommentar af Slyrgraff — 20 juli 2011 @ 08:26

    • 😀 😀 😀

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      Kommentar af Bjovulf — 20 juli 2011 @ 22:37

  2. Hvad kan kristne være ligeså aggressive overfor i den muslimske Verden?
    Kabaen bl.a.

    falkeøje

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    Kommentar af falkeøje — 20 juli 2011 @ 10:52

  3. Det undre mig meget, at et land som bliver styret af mafiaen, der finder mafiaen sig i at millioner af fupflygtninge kommer ind i landet og truer mafiaens organiseret kriminalitet.
    Vi kan bare se det her i Mohammedanmark hvor muslimerne har overtaget stort set al organiseret kriminalitet.

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    Kommentar af Fritz — 20 juli 2011 @ 22:04


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