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Earlier this month Jason N. Parkinson, a journalist with the UK Guardian, received a death threat from a vigilante group. After covering the English Defence League’s protest in Leeds, Parkinson says a well-known EDL organizer saw “fit to email a death threat to me with the title ‘Fatwa.’”

Earlier this month Jason N. Parkinson, a journalist with the UK Guardian, received a death threat from a vigilante group. After covering the English Defence League’s protest in Leeds, Parkinson says a well-known EDL organizer saw “fit to email a death threat to me with the title ‘Fatwa.’”

“The English Defence League (EDL) claims it is a non-racist, multicultural organization engaged in ‘peaceful’ protests against Muslim extremism,” continued Parkinson. “If that’s the case could someone please explain why one of its organizers has issued a fatwa against a journalist?”

It comes as no surprise that, like-minded President of the Christian Action Network, Martin Mawyer traveled in September from America to meet with EDL extremists in Britain who, along with similar organizations, are staging hate protests across the UK. However, while “action” appears to be the buzzword for the organization, which also produces fake documentaries under the acronym “ACT,” the group is committing fraud of the worst sort: misleading people in the name of faith.

The Christian Action Network is not Christian. Neither are the EDL or skinheads to whom CAN proselytizes. Those who sport crosses on clothing and coats of arms. While the exact relationship between CAN and the EDL is unclear, both groups take Islam and Muslims as the enemy. Whereas Christians and Muslims are religiously and historically the most powerful allies and closest in faith.

Interestingly the so-called Christian members of the EDL dubb themselves the Templar Knights after the Knights Templar who were a financially powerful, Masonic army that operated underground during the Crusades. As part of the order of freemasonry, the Knights Templar practiced Satanic rituals.

The claim on CAN’s website that Mawyer “based the organization on biblical principles, values, traditions and truths” is a sham. Mawyer is a disciple of the late Jerry Falwell, one of the fathers of Christian Zionism in the United States, the main effort of which is to lobby for Israeli interests within the US government. It is ironic that Christian Zionists remain less concerned about upholding the principles of Jesus than about supporting the historical foes of Jesus: the politicians and rejectors of his Divine message.

Zionism is also connected with the dark world of freemasonry, as was documented in Italy with the connection between a group of masons known as the P-2 and the Israeli intelligence service and assassination wing, the Mossad.

There is a shadowy underground connecting Zionism, Crusaders and satanic freemasonry. If CAN is a part of this diabolical circle, the affirmation of which has been demonstrated by their constant schemes to incite violence, it is committing nothing less than fraud by using the name of Christianity.

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