When a gang of Muslims came upon a man praying in front of a statue of the Virgin Mary earlier this month in Perugia, Italy, they decided to attack.
The Muslims descended on the man and ripped a photo of a dead loved one out of his hands. They then threw the statue of Mary to the ground, shattering it. As if this wasn’t enough, the Muslims then urinated on the pieces before fleeing the scene.
The man reported the incident to police, but his Muslim attackers have not been caught.
The Diocese condemned the attack, but shockingly claimed it had nothing to do with religious hatred. Perhaps the church was just following the example of Pope Francis, who defended Muslims after the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attacks.
“One cannot provoke, one cannot insult other people’s faith, one cannot make fun of faith,” the Pope said then, according to the Conservative Tribune. “There is a limit. Every religion has its dignity, in freedom of expression there are limits.”
“If my good friend Dr. Gasparri says a curse word against my mother,” the Pope added, gesturing to the man beside him, “he can expect a punch. It’s normal. It’s normal. You cannot provoke. You cannot insult the faith of others. You cannot make fun of the faith of others.”
The church may be afraid to say it, but we aren’t: this was clearly an anti-Christian attack perpetrated by Muslims. Christians everywhere need to watch their backs, because Muslim extremists are after us.