"There is one God and his name is not Allah."
Sign at Cleveland Avenue Church of Christ, Long Beach, California. After a community uproar, the church changed Allah to self.
"I wanted to hide in a church, but that was the worst place to go. Instead, a Muslim family took me. They saved my life."
"It'll be like a narcotic; they can't then free themselves later on."
"The robe makes us responsible and protects us from any wrongdoing,"
"In our opinion, to kill these three is necessary."
Articles referenced above include:
Faith-based Legislation Stalled—Christianity Today (Nov. 11, 2001)
Riots, Condemnation, Fatwa, and Apology Follow Falwell's CBS Comments—Christianity Today (Oct. 17, 2002)
Cleric demands death for three US Protestant pastors—AFB (Oct. 12, 2002)
Greek Orthodox Church refuses priest dress change—Reuters (Oct. 10, 2002)
Robertson charity wins 'faith-based' grant—The Washington Post (Oct. 3, 2002)
Controversial church sign citing Allah no longer up—Associated Press (Sept. 16, 2002)1
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