Surprise! It is a one-way street

Movita Johnson Harrell

It is going to be a very interesting stoush when the tangata waka want to begin a ceremony with a karakia which mentions Jesus in Te Reo Maori and the tangata hijab object because it is Islamophobic. Quote.

A Muslim state lawmaker in Pennsylvania was ?highly offended? by freshman state representative Stephanie Borowicz who said a normal Christian prayer before their official session, on the day the Muslim woman was sworn in. The new Muslim lawmaker said it was ?Islamophobic? and the prayer was weaponized. However, at her swearing-in, a Muslim prayer was offered and no one said a thing. End quote.

Weaponized prayer!

Will that have to be surrendered to the police as well?


The name ?Jesus? was mentioned by Ms. Borowicz two dozen times ? in the prayer. Oh, the horror. That led to the Muslim calling for the Christian to be censured for praying.

USA Today reported the Muslim lawmaker said, ?It was directly a political statement, and I think we need to be very, very clear that everybody in this House matters, whether they?re Christian, Muslim or Jew, and that we cannot use these issues to tear each other down,? Johnson-Harrell said. ?And not only that, it was made during my swearing in.?

However, during her swearing-in, a Muslim prayer was read and that was OKAY!

On Tuesday, Johnson-Harrell told reporters that Borowicz should be censured for her remarks, ?because we need to be promoting inclusion, not division.?

It?s inclusion for everyone but Christians.

To us, it shows Movita is a Christian hater, and a divisive one.

Rep. Jordan Harris claimed Borowicz weaponized prayer [but not Movita?].

?I am a Christian. I spend my Sunday mornings in church worshipping and being thankful for all that I have. But in no way does that mean I would flaunt my religion at those who worship differently than I do,? Democratic state Rep. Jordan Harris said in a statement. ?There is no room in our Capitol building for actions such as this, and it?s incredibly disappointing that today?s opening prayer was so divisive.? […] End quote.

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