SAY WHAT? Muslim Imam Giving Prayer At Democrat Meeting Says Jesus Was A PALESTINIAN REFUGEE (VIDEO)

First of all, it’s kind of shocking that Democrats included any kind of prayer at the DNC meeting this weekend.

Second of all, why was the prayer given by a Muslim imam?

Thirdly, since when did Jesus Christ become a refugee from Palestine?

The American Mirror reports:

The opening prayer at the winter meeting of the Democratic National Committee turned political — and historically inaccurate — on Saturday morning.

Imam Abdullah Jaber gave his interpretation of the Christian Bible.

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aber said the Lord will answer our prayers if we remove oppression.

“That is if you start saying, ‘yes, black lives matter.’ That is if you say, ‘yes, all Muslim lives matter.’”

It appeared Jaber was about to say “All lives matter,” before he caught himself and focused on Muslims.

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“That’s when we start standing up for humanity domestically and abroad,” he added.

Jaber said the call will be answered for those who “satisfy the desire the afflicted and those seeking refuge.

“Because we know of a brown-skinned man who was considered a threat by the authorities. We know of a brown-skinned Palestinian man who was considered a threat but he was nothing but a refugee, right? And that is Jesus,” the DNC imam said.

Here’s the video:

That’s a rather… interesting interpretation of who Jesus was.

Isn’t it?


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