The United Kingdom will be holding their elections this week.
UK general elections will be held on June 8, 2017, and Islamic attacks in England are on the rise.
It is important for English people to vote in anti-Muslim candidates who will protect England from Islamic terrorism.
If the English people do not vote in anti-Muslim political candidates into Parliament, then English people will be attacked continually from Islamic terrorists, who are born in the UK and are educated in the UK and are UK citizens.
If UK’s young people do not vote in anti-Muslim political candidates to fight Muslim terrorism, then they can’t complain if there are many more terrorist attacks in England during the summer and beyond.
UK young people need to vote and let the UK Parliament know that they want their country to be protected from Muslim terrorism.
Even Muslim countries recognize that some Muslim countries sponsor Muslim terrorism in England, in places like London Bridge and Manchester and elsewhere.
Obviously, the four Muslim countries that accuse Qatar of sponsoring terrorism know through their internal Muslim channels that Qatar is using their government, intelligence, and military channels to sponsor terrorism in other countries, such as European countries and other pro-West Muslim countries.
President Donald Trump’s Travel Ban is necessary to protect nations from Islamic terrorism.
UK citizens should call for a Muslim Travel Ban, like the one that President Trump issued. United Kingdom is not adequately protecting the British people, because they are pro-Islam. UK citizens must show that they are against Islamic terrorism proliferating, by voting in aggressively anti-Muslim politicians in June 8, 2017, general elections.
Islam poses very real threat to the United Kingdom and the United States of America, and elections are the way to ensure that aggressively anti-Muslim politicians protect the nation against future Islamic terrorist attacks.
Establishment politicians in Establishment parties are too soft on Islamic terrorism. UK citizens must vote in outsiders who are aggressively anti-Muslim, who will pass laws to protect the English people from Muslim terrorism.
Yes, Jesus Christ condemned interfaith dialogue and condemned the leaders of Judaism (Pharisees, Sadducees, the Jerusalem Temple priests).
It is wrong to engage in interfaith dialogue, because interfaith dialogue implies that Jews and Muslims do not need Jesus Christ and salvation through Jesus Christ.
Jesus preached that there is only one way to salvation and that is through Jesus Christ. That is why Jewish religious leaders hated Jesus Christ, because Jesus Christ was not interested in respecting Judaism or respecting leaders of Judaism.
Until Jesus Christ’s dying breath, Jesus Christ did not respect Judaism or leaders of the Jewish religion. It is against the New Testament to engage in interfaith dialogue. Christian parents must teach their children not to respect other religions or the leaders of other religions. This is the way of the Cross of the LORD Jesus Christ. This is the Word of God. Teaching of the Age of Grace in the New Testament. Jesus Christ is the Only Way!
What is wrong with seminaries, like Fuller Theological Seminary and Calvin Seminary, is that they have gone away from the New Testament and the teaching of Jesus Christ Himself, who condemned interfaith dialogue. For Jesus Christ, it is important to make disciples of all nations and submit them to the teachings of Jesus Christ. Making disciples of nations requires making them to abandon their religion and to accept Jesus Christ as LORD (Yahweh) God.
Jesus Christ opposed religious pluralism. Jesus Christ condemned other religions as false. St. Paul’s missionary journeys in the New Testament show that St. Paul was interested in condemning other religions. In fact, St. Paul was charged with Hate Crime for his preaching against other religions by the Democracy of his time, which emphasized religious pluralism. The New Testament is opposed to interfaith dialogue.
Christians who love Jesus Christ are called by Jesus Christ to oppose interfaith dialogue or religious pluralism. The Gospels of Jesus Christ provide the proof: “Go, ye, and make disciples of all nations!”