On Tuesday, just one day after an Islamic jihadi blew himself up at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, which killed 22 and wounded 64, Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges gave her State of the City address from a mosque and called for unity and solidarity with the Muslim community.
One might take a step back and wonder if this woman is sane or not. To take this kind of action one day after an Islamic attack and purposefully go to a mosque and cover for Islam is reprehensible. Still, she did it.
“Minneapolis, our shell is cracked. And from that will come the full flower of our potential, whatever we are destined to be,” Hodges said at Masjid An-Nur (Mosque of the Light). “To some, who can only see this moment, it may indeed look like complete destruction. In reality, it is transformation.”
Mayor Hodges is only helping to bring a curse on the people she serves by holding hands with anti-Christ Muslims (1 John 2:18, 22; 4:3; 2 John 1:7). They need the Gospel, not coddling and support. Doing so will only breed more vipers that are sure to be even deadlier that the Manchester jihadi.