Woman interrupts Muslim service at National Cathedral: ‘Jesus Christ is Lord’

Saturday, November 15, 2014
By Paul Martin

She is quickly escorted out of iconic D.C. church

Leo Hohmann
WND.com
Nov. 14, 2914

American Muslims were invited to offer prayers to Allah inside the nation’s most iconic Christian church Friday in Washington, D.C., but the intended message of peace, harmony and tolerance isn’t so well received in Muslim countries, according to Christian leaders contacted by WND.

The Washington National Cathedral, which earned the title “America’s House of Prayer” for its hosting of presidential funerals and inauguration-related prayer services, was turned into a virtual mosque in which Muslims bowed toward Mecca and shielded their eyes from the Christian cross.

Prayer carpets were arranged diagonally, to the side of the sanctuary, so worshipers could face in the direction of Mecca without seeing crosses or other Christian symbols. Muslims are not supposed to pray in view of sacred symbols “alien to their faith,” the Voice of America reported.

The Episcopal cathedral becomes the first church in America to host a Muslim-led prayer service. And this isn’t just any church. Famous people are buried there, including President Woodrow Wilson, Helen Keller and Admiral George Dewey, and it is perhaps the most recognizable Christian sanctuary in the nation with its soaring Gothic architecture and grand entrance hall.

A receptionist at the cathedral told WND Friday the event was not open to the public but it was live-streamed on the cathedral’s website. Attendance was by invitation only, and the invite list came from the South African ambassador, who helped plan the event. She said she did not know if any Christians were invited to the service or how many may have attended.

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One Response to “Woman interrupts Muslim service at National Cathedral: ‘Jesus Christ is Lord’”

  1. Barb

    During the 9-11 Remembrance Service at St. Peter’s Cathedral in Scranton, PA, a Muslim Imam was allowed to chant the Islamic Call to Prayer. This was a sacrilege because Jesus was present in the tabernacle.

    #96362

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