Muslims Desecrate Danish Church on Easter Sunday: “We conquer Denmark. There is no God but Allah”


“Danish Christians are stunned.” Why?  I cannot imagine why Danish Christians are stunned. Muslims have waging this war for 1,400 years, and Denmark has been a jihad target since the Danish cartoons.

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Danish church defaced with Arabic graffiti saying “We conquer Denmark”

By Christoffer,  17 April 2020

Danish Christians are stunned after a church was defaced with Arabic graffiti over Easter weekend.

On Easter Sunday, the holiest day for Christians around the world, the Vejleå Church in Ishøj, Denmark was vandalized with Arabic phrases which say: “We conquer Denmark. There is no God but Allah,” Danish news portal Den Korte Avis reports.

A video of the graffiti has been posted on YouTube by Presse-fotos.dk.

According to Copenhagen police, the revolting act of vandalism was carried out at approximately 3:30 am on Sunday, April 12, 2020 by an unknown individual who is said to have been wearing dark clothing at the time of the crime.

Unfortunately, the perpetrator cannot be described in further detail.

“We have surveillance pictures in the case, but based on them the gender of the perpetrator cannot even be determined, and therefore it does not make sense to publish the pictures. But the case is still at an early stage and we hope that through this investigation as well as interrogations and other investigations we can arrest the perpetrator,” said Deputy Police Inspector Peter Malmose.

Sadly, this is not the first instance of this church in Ishøj being vandalized. In 2015, vandals smashed eight large windows with stones.

Attacks against churches and symbols against Christianity have become all-too-common in multicultural Western Europe.

Just weeks ago, a man believed to be an immigrant from the Middle East or North Africa was charged with setting fire to Dombås Church and Sel Church in Norway. As Voice of Europe reported, the acts of arson were reportedly vengeance attacks for copies of the Quran being burnt at a demonstration by Stop Islamisation of Norway in Agder late last year.

Last year, France witnessed a torrent of attacks on its historic Catholic churches. Numerous churches were set alight, crosses were torn down, statues were smashed, and tabernacles were knocked down, igniting fears of widespread anti-Christian sentiment across the country.
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