Mayor Of Nazareth Cancels Christmas & Then Blames Trump
Christmas celebrations in Nazareth had been canceled to protest President Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Nazareth Mayor Ali Salam decided Thursday to keep most Christmas festivities intact despite his anger over US President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. So, Christmas in Nazareth is sort of canceled but they still need the $$$.
Muslims hate Jesus and His followers. That’s what this is really all about. President Trump is just their scapegoat.
The Muslim Mayor of Nazareth canceled Christmas celebrations this year. Outdoor caroling and plays will not be allowed in the town where Jesus spent his childhood.
Just a reminder of some of the ‘interfaith’ messages greeting Christian pilgrims approaching the Church of the Annunciation in Nazareth. This is across the street from where buses drop off visitors #Christmas https://t.co/2zv98tIQ6P pic.twitter.com/jt4gguHM0a
— Patrick Poole (@pspoole) December 15, 2017
Breitbart.com reported: The Muslim mayor of Nazareth has canceled traditional outdoor songs and plays celebrating Christmas in the city where Jesus spent his childhood.
Mayor Ali Salam, who once made the curious boast that U.S. President Donald Trump “learned everything from me” about how to win elections, indicated that he was punishing local and visiting Christians as revenge for the President’s decision to officially recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
“Our message is we love Jerusalem, we’ll never abandon you under any circumstances,” Salam declared.
“Our identity and faith aren’t up for debate … The decision [by Donald Trump about Jerusalem]has taken away the joy of the holiday, and we will thus cancel the festivities this year.”
Transcript: Jonathan Elkhoury, a Christian Israeli speaks out about Muslim mayor of Nazareth cancelling city-funded Christmas celebrations: “Again, Christians are suffering because of extremist Muslim leaders who decide what they can do, & [can’t] do. https://t.co/YRRzRpIVBB pic.twitter.com/mMyfYIzlEi
— Andrew Bostom (@andrewbostom) December 14, 2017