CNN: Islamberg bomb plot proves Christianity can be a ‘religion of peace’

Three of the four suspects in Islamberg bomb plot prove that Christians can convert to the religion of peace. Photo: Greece Police Department.

Greece, NY (CNN) — The Vatican has announced a papal visit to Greece, NY, where Catholic Holy Father Pope Francis and Native American elder Nathan Phillips will wash the feet of four youths who allegedly converted to Islam to bring true Islamic values to the Muslim enclave in Islamberg.

Tribal elder Phillips told CNN’s Don Lemon, “In many parts of the Muslim world, it is common for people of faith to encourage other people of faith by invading their places of worship. I’m certain that if we all do that more often we can speed up the process of American Islamization.”

“The joint visit by two men of faith promotes a new tone between Muslims and Christians in America,” said Lemon. “I’m heartened that so-called ‘Judeo-Christian values’ can become more like the religion of peace.”

Police said the four youths, one aged 16 whose picture was not released to the public, plotted to bomb Islamberg, located about 120 miles northwest of New York City. The youths allegedly built three improvised explosive devices with Mason jars, nails, and BBs using plans from the Islamic State Cookbook. Police said the youths also had access to 23 firearms, all legally purchased.

“The plan was to show the world that real Muslims can bring other Muslims into the true faith through violence, and that America can become more Islamic if we just give ourselves the space to do that,” said New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. “I wish I could wash the feet of those youths, but I have a late term abortion celebration to attend.”

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