Thursday, May 6, 2010

Franklin Graham: Obama 'Giving Islam a Pass,' Warns of Persecution

By: David A. Patten

Evangelical leader Rev. Franklin Graham issued his toughest remarks yet Monday on the administration's role in revoking his invitation to speak at the Pentagon's National Day of Prayer event, charging that President Obama is "giving Islam a pass" rather than speaking openly about the "horrific" treatment women and minorities receive in many Muslim countries.

In an exclusive telephone interview with Newsmax.TV, Graham called revoking his invitation to the prayer service "a slap at all evangelical Christians."

And he clearly placed the blame on the Obama administration, telling Newsmax that the Pentagon would never revoke such an invitation without first consulting with the White House.

"I'm being restricted from my religious rights, and from what I believe," Graham warned, as he complained of a growing “secularization” in the government.

He also warned Christian of “coming” persecution for believing in Jesus Christ.


  1. How is he "being restricted from (his) religious rights"?

    He's completely allowed to believe everything he wants to. Nobody denies that, and nobody is stopping him. He seems to believe, though, that that he has the right to speak at the Pentagon?

    I don't remember that in the Constitution anywhere. Do we all have that right? Or is it restricted for the moralizing sons of famous fathers?

    I think our boy Frankie doesn't understand what the word "rights" means.

  2. AnonymousMay 07, 2010

    Franklin Graham's Warning !

    Franklin's warning of coming persecution of Christians echoes what his mother Ruth and father Billy have clearly stated. Re Ruth, see search engines including Google for "Letter from Mrs. Billy Graham." To see what Billy has written, Google "Famous Rapture Watchers - Addendum."
    Since Franklin blamed the Obama administration for his own National Day of Prayer snub and persecution, and since he accused "Christian" Obama of "giving Islam a pass," readers can get some rare insights into Obama and his fellow travelers by Yahooing and Googling "Obama Supports Public Depravity," "Obama Avoids Bible Verses," "Separation of Raunch and State," and "David Letterman's Hate, Etc."
    To see some exceptional in-depth studies of coming persecution, see two unique books by media figure Joe Ortiz entitled "The End Times Passover" and "Why Christians Will Suffer 'Great Tribulation' " - both published in the US and UK by AuthorHouse.

  3. AnonymousMay 07, 2010

    Well, well well... why are people so surprised at Barak Hussein Obama? his name says it all.He is no Christian, and never was. People are so easily decived, but then the Devil is the father of lies, and if you don't have Christ in you life you have the devil, there is no middle ground. I am so glad that we, the true Church will be raptured (Rev 3) before the Tribulation.
    God bless Franklin Graham


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