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Reader comment on item: Obama's Muslim Childhood

Submitted by Glen Spicer (United States), Dec 29, 2021 at 14:44

Proof that Barack Obama was a Muslim was born a Muslim and continued to be a Muslim is practically uncontested, except for Apologist that always seem to make excuses for "the Annointed One" as Barack was dubbed during his campaign.

When he acted in a racist manner as president, he was never called a racist, but one could be called a racist simply for having voted for the White candidate over him. There has always been an imperfect balance between what religion Barack adheres to. What is inescapable is the behavior of Obama. He slanders and makes snide remarks about Christians that believe what Jesus said in his Sermon on the Mount. He derides those that "cling to their guns and religion" certainly speaking of Christians.

His statement that "The world must not belong to those that slander the Prophet of Islam," leaves little doubt to where his heart actually is. He never declared how offensive it would be to slander Jesus, the One he supposed gave his heart to when he became a Christian. Christians don't slander Jesus nor do the revere Muhammad.

If Obama were to go on trial for being a Christian, I doubt there would be enough evidence to convict him. But being accused of being a Muslim, has much more evidence, more than just his word.


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