Church pointer observant Muslims obliged for 9/11 draws criticism

MOORESVILLE, N.C. — Church signs mostly arrangement harmless messages such as “God answers knee mail.” But a tiny Presbyterian church in North Carolina is sketch critique for a provocative signs, including one this week that reads “19 Muslim immigrants killed 2977 Americans, Sept. 11, 2001.”

The Charlotte Observer reports that Lakeside Fellowship Presbyterian Church in Mooresville has also posted a summary job for a protest of Disney’s “Beauty and a Beast” over a perceived happy character.

The church has also posted a pointer in support of President Trump and one that asked residents to inspect their positions on House Bill 2, and asked: “Who is your God?”

Lakeside Presbyterian has an “About Our Signs” territory on a website fortifying a displays. 

“We don’t hatred anyone. We do wish to pronounce a Truth, and feel that unequivocally few are peaceful to do so in this age of domestic correctness,” a matter on a website reads. “We acquire anyone with serve questions to revisit us for Worship and see what we are unequivocally about.”

Some area residents have voiced dishonesty over a church’s signs on Facebook.

“I have never been to this church, and we will never go,” one commenter wrote on a church’s Facebook page. “Every time we expostulate by there newly they have signs that we find to be horrible and discriminatory.”

“What kind of a church and what kind of Christians share such horrible messages? we see that outrageous pointer on Williamson and I’m broke that such a place exists in the smashing town,” another commenter wrote. 

Pastor Joseph Alghrary did not respond to a phone summary from The Associated Press on Friday.

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