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Posted 06 April 2014 - 08:56 AM


Do the mayor of Syracuse and the City Council know how many churches have been converted to mosques? How many Armenian Churches have mercifully been converted to mosques, beside those converted to manure filled shit houses, stables?** Do they know how many churches there are in Mecca?

March 30, 2014: This photo shows the former Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church in Syracuse, N.Y. The church will soon be called Masjid Eisa Ibn Maryam - The Mosque of Jesus son of Mary.AP

*** Also note that the Armenian word ՄԶԿԻԹ/Mzkith is a direct translit from the Arabic Masjid.
Blue Mosque Yeravan;


SYRACUSE, N.Y. A city board on Thursday gave a Muslim group the go-ahead to remove six crosses from the roof and spires of a century-old former Catholic church so the now-vacant Gothic structure can be used as a mosque.
More than 200 people had signed an online petition calling on the Syracuse Landmark Preservation Board to deny an application by North Side Learning Center, the church's new owner, to remove the crosses and build a six-foot chain-link fence.
Before the vote to allow the church alterations, Chairman Don Radke said the board cannot interfere with a decision that involves religious freedom.
About a dozen people who spoke at the meeting were evenly divided for and against the church conversion, The Post-Standard reported.
Petition-signers, who included some local residents and former church parishioners, had argued that the former Holy Trinity Catholic Church was a neighborhood landmark built by German immigrants 100 years ago and removing the crosses would deface the architecture.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse closed the church in 2010 and merged the parish with that of St. John the Baptist because of a declining congregation as population shifted from the city to suburbs. The North Side Learning Center, a nonprofit group that provides literacy programs for immigrants, bought the church and its school and rectory for $150,000 in December.
Yusuf Soule, the center's director, has been the public point-person for the mosque effort. He said the crosses must be removed because the Islamic faith prohibits worship of idols and symbols.
A report by the nonprofit Onondaga Citizens League last summer said more than 7,200 refugees have resettled in the Syracuse area over the past 10 years, with the majority from Burma, Bhutan and Somalia.

** Here is one of many.
***In that ridiculous so called religion Jesus /Isa is considered a prophet alongside Mousa Mohammed. They swear by their names as Isa Mousa Mohammed Not only that.
In their moronic mythology, beside Mousa, Abraham, David, Noah and Adam and Eve are also considered prophets. See also this where Malaysia bans the movie foe insulting the prophet Noah. http://www.gmanetwor...m-as-un-islamic
Which Mary are they talking about?
This Bloody Mary? http://en.wikipedia....Mary_(cocktail)
Or Typhoid Mary?


Edited by Arpa, 06 April 2014 - 09:08 AM.

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Posted 06 April 2014 - 08:29 PM

To continue . Armenian Churches in furkey; Look up your favorite..
Special feature- Sb Hakob Monastery at Akori; We have spoken of how That Sacred Mountain Ararat Masis is now known as aghri dagh.. Armenian- Akori/Agori/Aghori.**
Read it in full here;
Ակոռիի Սուրբ Հակոբ վանք; pronounced Akori Surb Hakob Vank; also sometimes referred to as Saint James), was an Armenian monastery located in southeastern part of the Igdır Province of modern Turkey, which lies 4.7 kilometers southwest of Akori (modern Yenidoğan), a village at the northeastern slope of Mount Ararat. Ağrı or "Arguri" is the modern name of the village once known as Karakilise (meaning black church) that was destroyed by an earthquake and avalanche in 1840. It was later rebuilt and is known today as Yenidoğan or Ahora and remains a small Kurdish village

Edited by Arpa, 06 April 2014 - 08:31 PM.

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