The video sums up our first wake-up call to the Mayor the 13th July and shows a new videoclip of how we tried to wake up the Bishop the same day at 5:15 in the morning. The Bishop was sleeping in another place in the house, so he didn’t hear our prayer call, or so he told the freedom fighters yesterday in the Church. We just thought that he slept with earplugs.
SIAD (Stop Islamisation of Denmark) promised him on national TV that he would get to hear the prayer call. That happened today, when the Bishop led the service in the Cathedral where he heard the prayer call not only one time, but three times during the service.
We think it is very strange that a Bishop in Roskilde refused to talk with the Pope of the Catholic Church in the late Nineties, and today we have a Bishop in Roskilde who cut the first sod and spoke at a ceremony for the new mosque building with minarets. He has a firm belief that there are many ways to God – not only through Jesus and the Christian faith.
The following is a transcript from the video, of the passages that are most difficult to hear. At the end of the video, the Bishop says he has read the Quran. It does not make his case any better!
Freedom fighter: You need to hear this. When did you convert to Islam? Can’t we get an answer to this question?
Bishop: We can talk about it afterwards.
Freedom fighter: Is your congregation not allowed to know the truth?
Freedom fighter: You also support Mohammed and Islam, so the congregation needs to know your point of view, don’t they?
Bishop: I will talk to you later about that.
Freedom fighter: Why can’t the congregation know the truth?
The Church steward appears
Freedom fighter: Are you throwing me out of God’s house? I’m just talking with the bishop!
Freedom fighter: Don’t you think you have double standards? You support mosques with minarets and you still call yourself a bishop?
Freedom fighter: When can we expect to see you in the mosque – preaching about the Quran and Islam?
Freedom fighter: The church is entitled to know – why are you only talking to the two of us? You call yourself a bishop? We have kept our word: we promised you that you would hear the prayer call – we kept our promise today for both you and your congregation.