A series of leaflets that purport to be from the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster and other anti-Muslim groups were distributed to Muslim communities across the country on Tuesday, with the intention of drawing out and antagonising Muslims.
The leaflet reads: ‘I am here to tell you that we will not allow your oppression, or that you have ever existed, to affect you.
We have seen it before.
We will not stand by and let you get away with your bigotry.’
It is believed to be the first time a Christian organisation has targeted Muslims with leaflets targeting the community.
The pamphlet is titled ‘Praise for the Flying Dragon’ and reads: In this booklet, we have compiled a list of ways to celebrate and honor the Flying Sword of God, which is the symbol of the church.
We ask you to keep this sword sacred to your self-respect.
To the people of your religion, we wish you a happy and prosperous holiday season.
In this book, we will be sharing the best practices of the world’s most famous, and most controversial, religion.
The booklet is not affiliated with any religion and has no connection to the Church in Heaven.
The Church in Hell and Satan has issued a statement saying that the booklet is an attempt to “discredit the Flying Dragons”.
A spokesperson for the Church said it has “strongly objected” to the leaflet and is “committed to the freedom of expression”.
“The Church in Christ is committed to freedom of speech and expression, and we have strong objections to this. “
We stand firmly in the conviction that freedom of religion is a fundamental principle of our Constitution and of our religion.” “
The Church in Christ is committed to freedom of speech and expression, and we have strong objections to this.
We stand firmly in the conviction that freedom of religion is a fundamental principle of our Constitution and of our religion.”
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has also released a statement condemning the distribution of the leaflets.
The church stands strongly in the belief that freedom in religion is an essential principle of the Constitution and that religious freedom is a core value of our society. “
These leaflets, and others like them, are a direct attack on our Christian community and are a dangerous provocation.
In addition, the flyers and materials that have come to light are not from the church itself but from people who have received money or other material from the organisation in the past. “
There is no place in our society for the spread of false, false, dangerous or dangerous ideas about any religion.
“When we receive these material, we are quick to report it to the authorities so that they can take appropriate action to ensure the safety of our communities.” “
The church said it had taken the issue seriously and that it would cooperate with law enforcement to ensure that the pamphlets are removed. “
When we receive these material, we are quick to report it to the authorities so that they can take appropriate action to ensure the safety of our communities.”
The church said it had taken the issue seriously and that it would cooperate with law enforcement to ensure that the pamphlets are removed.
“At this time, we do not yet have any information about the individuals behind these publications, and it would be irresponsible to speculate as to their motives,” it said.
The leaflets were distributed by groups that include the United Church of Christ and the United Methodist Church, according to a statement from the United Way of NSW.
A spokesperson said: There is no doubt that the dissemination of such materials is dangerous and dangerous to people’s freedom of thought, conscience and religion.
“As a matter of policy, the United Methodists and United Church members who distributed the leaflets are working with police to make sure these pamphlets do not spread, and that any people they target are identified and reported.”
‘Beware of Islamic Extremists’ The leaflets have been circulating in several areas, including the CBD and inner city, with many residents of Sydney concerned about what they might mean.
Local MP David Feeney said the leaflets were “very distressing” and that there was “no question that they are anti-Islamic”.
He said: I have been told that this is the first and only time this is ever happened in the history of Sydney.
“It is not good enough to just say ‘this is an anti-Islam leaflet’ because it doesn’t matter what is written on the outside of it. “
“If you see it in the middle of the street, that is very worrying. “
He said the group’s intention was to”
If you see it in the middle of the street, that is very worrying.
He said the group’s intention was to