No, not this one.
We don't know her name (yet). That is probably a good thing.
We do know that her bravery is rare today, and deserves to be recognized in a tribute post.
You don't have to be a Christian to understand her passion. This is someone who speaks when she sees something wrong.
You don't have to be an American to understand her courage. Nearly all countries have suffered from Islam.
But you have to be a moron (Muslim, Liberal, etc.) not to understand the significance of her protest. It was timely. It was respectful. It was lucid. It was the protest of a leader. It set a standard.
Pamella Geller has the video, and plenty to say: Christian Woman Praying to Christ Ejected from MUSLIM Prayers at National Cathedral
In light of all that, and the ongoing and escalating Muslim persecution of Christians worldwide, wouldn’t it have been more appropriate, so as to promote love, respect and understanding and all that, to have Christian prayers in a mosque? After all, it is Muslims who are persecuting Christians worldwide, and the National Cathedral decides to show its good will and love for Muslims by inviting Hamas-linked Muslim Brotherhood front groups to pray there.Related: MoonBattery posted this image today.
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