Mr. Weinstein,

I think you must have been dropped on your bald head as a baby?
You obviously hate all things Christian and, I guess all Christians as well.
So what if the Army wants to put a video on there facebook page telling the troops about the beauty of the Son of God, Jesus of Nazareth.

And why is it always a hebe like you who try’s to get in the way of Christian soldiers practicing their faith?

If it wasn’t for Christian Army soldiers all of your kind would have been burn up in the German ovens anyway. And good riddance.
How about the MRFR show a little gratitude for their sacrifice and get out of the business of spoiling Christianity in the Army?

You have no right to interfere with the Armys love and worship of the only true hope for mankind Jesus Christ.

I’ll bet you all probably love the muslims and their camel god and the gays and their ‘agenda” and all you ALL worship is abortion.

(name withheld)

Response from MRFF Board Member John Compere

On Apr 10, 2020, at 12:51 PM, John Compere  wrote:

Hurling hypocritical anti-Semitic, anti-Christian & anti-American hatred at a fellow American you do not know because he was born of a Jewish mother (like Jesus) over something about which you have no knowledge reflects only on yourself & reveals a brainless bigot incapable of civil communication.
For your enlightenment, the US Constitution, American law & US Armed Forces regulations prohibit our military, as part of government, from promoting or endorsing a religion, except in military chapels or military chaplain channels. Military chaplains may not proselytize their version of religion as official military sponsored religion in official military channels. That is why the improper practice was stopped by the military itself. For your information, Jesus also separated religion & government (Matthew 22:21; Mark 12:17).
Your asinine attack was moronically misdirected & would be more rationally redirected at those who disrespect & disregard our nation’s laws & regulations rather than at those of us who respect & request compliance with them.
1st President & Commander-in-Chief George Washington even recognized this problem when he wrote Congress that the military chaplaincy “…has a tendency to introduce religious disputes into the Army, which above all things should be avoided, and in many instances would compel men to a mode of Worship which they do not profess.”
Brigadier General John Compere, US Army (Retired)
Disabled American Veteran (Vietnam Era)
Board Member, Military Religious Freedom Foundation (composed of over 80% Christians)

Response from MRFF Supporter

Hi (name withheld),

I respect your First Amendment Rights. However, I am also surprised that you would use them to showcase your ignorance.
You assert:
1) Anyone who doesn’t share your way of thinking must have been dropped on their head as a child. I’m sure you have research to validate your hypothesis.
2) Mikey “hates all things Christian and, I guess all Christians as well.” Have you bothered to check to see what percentage of MRFF clients are Christians?
3) Are you really asserting that 100% of the Americans who fought in WWII were Christians? Have you ever been to a National Cemetery and looked at the religious preferences on the headstones? You are being very disrespectful to our fallen comrades.
4) Mikey Weinstein and the MRFF are here to provide religious freedom to all Service Members regardless of their religious beliefs or non-belief. . . yes even Muslim Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, Airmen and Coasties.
In summary (name withheld), please stop disrespecting the millions of past a current Service Members who are not Christian. The only way you will keep your religious freedom is for everyone to have theirs.
Best regards,
(name withheld)

Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member Mike Farrell

On Apr 11, 2020, at 7:10 PM, Mike  wrote:

Let’s see, (name withheld). What do we know about you from this message beyond the fact that you’re an anti-Semite, an Islamophobe and a homophobe? It’s easy to see you’re one of those so-called “Christians” who shows how much he loves Jesus by judging and slandering others. Do you burn crosses on the lawns of those you determine unacceptable, or do you do it out in the woods like your predecessors? Do you keep the robe and hood clean and ready to go when those who don’t meet your requirements get too uppity? Or are you simply content to harbor all this hatred in your heart and only share it secretly with the phony Jesus you’ve created in your twisted mind when you’re on your knees snickering prayers to him?
There’s no real point in responding to your sick mutterings because your understanding of America is as perverted as your grasp of the teachings of the real Jesus. Try reading the Sermon on the Mount. Follow that with the U.S.Constitution and then get back to us with an apology.
Mike Farrell
(MRFF Board of Advisors)


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  1. Grey One talks sass

    It never ceases to amaze how ignorant Christianists are about their own religion. In this case (because there are so many examples out in the world) the letter writers slur against Muslims and their “camel god” caught my attention.

    If the letter writer had done just a smidge of research they would have discovered YHVH to be the deity of not only Christians but Jews and Muslims too.

    As many humans with large families know, it takes relatives to create a lifelong grudge. The big three have one ‘father’ (Abraham) and share a deity amongst themselves. No wonder they can’t stand each other (on an individual there are many exceptions to the rule).

    First lesson Christianists – learn to share. Your deity demands it of you after all.

  2. SARSU

    First if all, YHVH is not mentioned in the Koran or by Muslims as their God.. Secondly, Muslims may mention Abraham, but all three do not share the same diety, only Christians and Jews share Yahweh or Jehovah, Muslins have Allah, and Allah is not the same as Jehovah or Yahweh scripturally.
    Third, Jews do not hate Muslims, it has always been Muslims who hate Jews.

  3. Grey One talks sass

    Once again SARSU, when you open your mouth you prove you are a fool.

    “Muslims may mention Abraham…” you wrote.

    According to my favorite source (Google is my friend) the prophet Abraham is mentioned 69 times in the Qur’an.

    Ignorance is fixable, stupid lasts forever and SARSU is living proof.

  4. SARSU

    I never said that Abraham is not mentioned in the Koran. FYI, Jerusalem is never mentioned in the Koran, so Muslims cannot claim that it is their third holiest site.

  5. Grey One talks sass

    I have no desire to reply to SARSU but they made some boneheaded statements which need to be addressed.

    SARSU said: “I never said that Abraham is not mentioned in the Koran. FYI, Jerusalem is never mentioned in the Koran, so Muslims cannot claim that it is their third holiest site.”

    Let’s Fisk this thing.

    Yes SARSU, you didn’t say ‘never’. What you wrote implied Abraham was not mentioned as a person of importance by saying “Muslims may mention Abraham,….”.

    Sixty nine mentions as a prophet in their holy book seems more specific in my opinion. As to your ridiculous idea that Jerusalem is not holy to the Muslim faith, well for that I went digging in Google again and found this pearl of wisdom:

    Salati AbdulQadir, Founder at The Awaited Savior Foundation in Nigeria had this to say about the Jerusalem question:

    “The term “Al-Masjid al-Aqsa” which is translated as “the farthest mosque” refers to the Jerusalem mosque, which is the farthest Mosque, for, at that time, no other mosque existed farther than it. In addition, according to the verse, the entire surroundings of Jerusalem mosque had been blessed with material, spiritual, worldly, and religious blessings.
    Thus, Jerusalem mosque is considered sacred and an important religious site by the Muslims.”

    All SARSU had to do was use their brain for something other than hanging their MAGA(t) hat. Apparently that task was too much for them so they repeated the bigoted nonsense spoon fed to them from infancy. Sad, so very sad.

  6. SARSU

    Grey One,
    I can use Google too, so let me share what I found.

    Jamie Cawley, Author of the guide to religions “Beliefs and the World they have Created’
    Answered Sep 29, 2016 · Author has 6.7k answers and 5.4m answer views
    It is not mentioned by name in the Qur’an (I’ve checked the references in the answers below and it is not). Even in the ‘Night Journey’ there is only reference to the furtherest place of worship, which, by tradition is the Masjid Al-Aqsa in Jerusalem. However, there are quite a few places where it can be thought that the Qur’an is referring to Jerusalem; just the name is never explicitly used.

    Mohammed M. Al Azzawi, Interested in all religions
    Answered Oct 1, 2016
    There were no such thing as Jerusalem in the old Ages.

    All of it in Arabic history that area the Middle East was called (Bilad Al Sham).

    And Palestine and Syria and other countries were not existed.

    But God mentioned in Qur’an that Muhammed had gone to Al Masjied Al Aqsaa that located in Palestine now.


  7. SARSU

    Grey One,
    Here is a little more historical facts about the Golden Dome and the Al Asqa mosque.

    Personally, I would like to see both the Dome of the Rock and the Al Asqa mosque bulldozed for it sits on Jewish land, the Temple Mount.

  8. G

    Personally SARSU, I would like to see you be buried under the Dome of the Rock for trying to remove it and the mosque.

  9. SARSU

    The Dome of the Rock does not belong there not the Al-Asqa mosque. That is and always has been Jewish land. Muslins do not belong in Israel at all.

  10. Grey One talks sass

    Back in the day when I was young and not so grey I read the Foundation series by Isaac Asimov. This was before the eighties so it was still a trilogy (Yeesh, I AM grey!).

    Anyway, my point is SARSU reminds me of a character who was sent by the old regime to treat with the new government formed at the edge of the crumbling Empire. This character was full of certainties and hot air and spoke almost nonstop for three days. When their speech was analyzed it was discovered all that speechifying resulted in null, meaning not a factual word or thought of substance could be found.

    Which brings me to our local Christian nationalist.

    It is rich in my opinion that a Christianist in the USA presumes to tell an entire religion which is spread out over the world that one of their holiest of spaces isn’t really their holy space. The hubris astounds me.

    Personally I believe all things are connected. We live in a closed ecosystem so it behooves everyone to learn how to share (one of Jesus’s most pervasive messages).

    As a Christianist SARSU hopes their statements of fluff and certainty will become reality.

    The rest of humanity already lives in reality and await the day when all religious extremists decide to walk out of the fog of their own making.

  11. SARSU

    God said Jerusalem belongs to the Jewish people alone. The Koran was written by a pedophile who deserved to have his balls and penis cut off and shoved up his ass along with some sausage.

  12. Grey One talks sass

    Be careful of the stones one throws SARSU, said your Lord and Savior.

    As I remember, the ‘Pedophile’ label fits many men from that period in time (and this time too – ew).

    I believe your Deity also had a few things to say about judging others but here you are throwing your violence porn and angry judgements all over the place.

    Why SARSU, you’ve become the monster you fear!

  13. G

    SARSU, where does it say in the Bible that Jerusalem belongs to the Jewish people alone? The Bible was written by many people in different time periods, so explain to me SARSU, why wasn’t it written all at once in the same time period?

    As I recall SARSU, the Jews fled their homeland to Egypt because of a long period of drought. Why didn’t they stay in the land instead of abandoning it? I guess that their prayers to God to end the drought weren’t being answered so they decide not to die from thirst. I guess God decided that the Jews were their chosen people after all and decide to give the land to someone else.

  14. SARSU

    You asked where it is in the bible, Gen.12:1; Gen. 35:12; 1 Chronicles 21:12; 2 Samuel 24:24; Exodus 6:6-8; Ezekiel 36:28; Psalm 137:5-6; Jeremiah 29:10, etc. etc.

  15. G

    SARSU, none of those scriptures stated that Jerusalem actually belongs to the Jews. In Jeremiah 29:10-14, it states Babylon captivity when actually the Jews were in Egypt when they went back to their homeland. 2 Samuel 24:24 doesn’t say anything at all about Jerusalem or anything else for that matter.

    Again, the Bible was written by different people who live in different time periods. Why wasn’t it written during one specific time period?

  16. Grey One talks sass

    SARSU throws bible verses against the wall believing (hoping) no one will do any research. G took a look and based on their discovery I looked too.

    What a load of crap SARSU! All you proved here is you have no clue of anything aside from Christian nationalist talking points. In the future I’ll challenge your incorrect statements but otherwise I’m done engaging a troll who doesn’t even know their own holy book.

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