Fischer: "The Less Islam There Is In The United States, The Better"

Bryan Fischer likes to declare that he is "pro-Muslim but anti-Islam," which means that he simply wants to free all those poor Muslims from the misery of Islam by continually pointing out what a atrocious religion it is and preventing them from immigrating into the US:

Christianity condemns what Islam exalts. Sawing the head off your wife makes you a good Muslim, but it makes you a bad Christian. Running your daughter down with your SUV makes you a good Muslim, but it makes you a bad Christian.

Shooting a roomful of your fellow soldiers after shouting “Allahu Akhbar” makes you a good Muslim, but to do the same thing in the name of Jesus makes you a bad Christian.

Flying planes into buildings, killing thousands of innocents, makes you a good Muslim, but it makes you a bad Christian.

Evil people will do evil things, but when you have a religion that says such evil things are good, a religion which says its god, its prophet and its holy book command Allah’s followers to carry out such atrocities, you are dealing with two religions that are as different as light is from darkness.

Do we really want to import people to our shores who believe that killing our daughters because they got raped is a good thing?

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Islam is an evil and wicked religion, and unworthy of a Christian nation.

We will have to choose in America between Islam and a free press, because we can’t have both. We will have to choose in America between Islam and freedom of religion, because we can’t have both. We will have to choose in America between Islam and the truth, because we can’t have both.

Bottom line: the less Islam there is in the United States, the better.