Animal Sacrifice Coming To Your Neighborhood

(PatriotHQ) Will your god be delighted in killing a helpless animal?

Will this type of worship be considered progressive and enlightened by the liberal left?

In the opinion of many Conservatives the only sacrifice which ended all sacrifices was Jesus Christ, being sacrificed for the sins of man. Anything less is a mockery of divine justice and the negation of the once and for all death of Jesus.

BUT some won’t believe the Jesus sacrifice was good enough or perhaps not good at all so now they want to impress their god with the blood of animals.

Wait until you read this! “We Cannot Prohibit Animal Sacrifice Rituals”, Declares the Muslim Mayor of Michigan.

The Hamtramck City Council votes to permit religious animal sacrifices on private property.

Multiculturalism and unrestricted immigration frequently produce a type of cultural chaos is incompatible with traditional American values. Nevertheless, they are protected in this instance by our Constitution.

Several supporters of animal sacrifice have stated this is a test case and once successful animal sacrifices could sweep America and possibly States could be forced to build roadside altars for drive-by sacrifices.

The mayor and six members of the all-Muslim Hamtramck City Council recently voted to allow religious animal sacrifices on residential property.

Observant Muslim community leaders who live in this Detroit-area city (which was originally settled by German farmers and Poles who came to work in the automobile industry) and who observe Eid al-Adha lobbied for this vote. Eid is a celebration held at the end of Ramadan to commemorate Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his son out of devotion to Allah. It is also commemorated dramatically by the slaughter of animals, whose meat is consumed.

By lifting the previous ban on ritual animal slaughter (passed in December), public officials appeared motivated to protect Hamtramck from a costly legal challenge.

Mayor Amer Ghalib stated, “You cannot suppress people’s religious practices because they are a minority.”

The public testimony at last week’s hearing provided a fascinating glimpse into a community where the assimilation of Yemenis, Bangladeshis, and Pakistanis has been a mixed bag. At the meeting, a number of residents who spoke little or no English argued in Arabic or Bengali for and against the proposed ordinance. The vast majority of comments were made by men.

One email, which was read by city clerk Rana Faraj, stated: “Prophet Muhammad… never sacrificed animals in his own home; rather, he did so in a designated location. “Because we live in a democracy, decisions will affect all citizens must always be put to a vote, so the people can decide for themselves.”

According to a copy of the new ordinance obtained by the Detroit Free Press, sacrificial animals must be “killed humanely” and slaughter-related waste must be disposed of “in accordance with local, state, and federal law.”

Many Americans are unaware the U.S. Supreme Court authorized religious animal sacrifice decades ago, despite the fact the city council’s decision made national news.

County of Miami-Dade, Florida, has been the epicenter of such “faith-based” practices. In Church of the Lukumi Bablu Aye v. City of Hialeah, a conservative Supreme Court ruled in 1993 prohibiting the killing of animals in “public or private rituals… not for the primary purpose of food consumption” violated the First Amendment’s Free Exercise Clause.

The Lukumi church had established itself in Hialeah, in southern Florida. Its adherents practiced Santeria, an Afro-Caribbean religion is a blend of Catholicism, Spiritism, and the Yoruba religion and is popular in the Little Havana Cuban exile community in Miami.

Santeria Followers believe animal sacrifices (chickens, doves, and goats) “strengthen spiritual forces.”

The public officials of the city of Hialeah, who were all Latino, were not impressed. the opposite is true. The council passed multiple ordinances prohibiting the ownership of animals for sacrifice. The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled in favor of the Santero priests after a lengthy legal battle.

Mayor Ghalib recently reminded the Hamtramck audience, at the conclusion of a packed meeting, the Supreme Court has “said it’s okay.” The mayor’s statement may be supported by solid constitutional grounds, but the practice of religious animal sacrifice in densely populated areas will continue to conflict with mainstream contemporary culture.

Whether they are evangelicals, butchers, zoning purists, environmentalists, animal rights activists, or even next-door neighbors, people are justified in their aversion to amateurs managing large screaming animals, disposing of carcasses, and performing cuts.

Miami Herald reported joggers in Tropical Park, located in West Miami, have found severed cow tongues, rooster feet, and other animal carcasses have “the characteristics of sacrifices to the gods by Santeria followers.”

Multiculturalism and unrestricted immigration frequently produce a type of cultural chaos is incompatible with traditional American values. Nevertheless, they are protected in this instance by our Constitution.

Quo vadis? The city of Hamtramck will conduct a daring, potentially chaotic experiment in religious liberty.

In conclusion, whatever happen to an old-fashioned revival night at 1st Baptist, or the Church picnic or even bingo night at the local Catholic Perish, but now animal sacrifice, sacrifice altars and soon to come burnt offerings will soon be the ‘latest thing’ to prove one’s godliness!

OMG! (literally)

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