(CNSNews.com) – A black conservative advocacy group said the omission of evangelicals from the 9/11 commemoration “A Call to Compassion” reveals discrimination against one faith and favor toward others.
“The fact that Evangelical Christians are apparently being discriminated against here adds credibility to the fears of many that a “stealth jihad” has penetrated numerous American religious systems,” Stacy Swimp, spokesperson for Project 21, told CNSNews.com. “If successful, this co-opting of senior religious leaders could help usher Shariah law into the United States.”
Swimp also said it was an affront to those most directly affected by the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attack by Islamic extremists that killed 3,000 people in New York, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania.
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