Christmas nothing to celebrate says BC Muslim cleric, it's 'worse than murder'

Christmas nothing to celebrate says BC Muslim cleric, it’s ‘worse than murder’

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[ThePostMillenial.com] A video translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) shows a cleric in British Columbia telling Muslim youth that celebrating Christmas “is a far greater sin than murder, adultery, and other major sins”.

VIDEO: [Memri TV] Sheikh Younus Kathrada delivering a sermon at the Muslim Youth of Victoria in British Columbia where he states saying ‘Merry Christmas’ is more serious than committing murder, adultery or usury. [Dec. 23, 2018]


The video was obtained from the Muslim Youth of Victoria’s Youtube channel on December 23rd, 2018, just one day before Christmas eve.

The cleric in question Sheikh Younus Kathrada who is a “South-African
born Canadian Imam, Islamic Studies teacher, community and youth activist,
counsellor, chaplain, and public speaker” who lives in British Columbia.

“If a person were to commit every major sin – committing
adultery, dealing with interest, lying, murder… If a person were to do all of those
major sins, they are nothing compared to the sin of congratulating and greeting
the non-Muslims on their false festivals” he says in the video.

This article continues at [ThePostMillenial.com] Muslim cleric in B.C. says celebrating Christmas is worse than “murder, adultery, and other major sins”

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  1. I mean, look at the guys face, God doesn’t live there.

  2. The Incarnation blows up their entire theological structure, of course it’s going to be that terrible…

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