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Christianity's Al Capone and Lucky Luciano Robs Bank!

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This is a satire done to help Christians understand what Muslims have to deal with from our media…

Denver, Colorado - Two Christians, Lucky Luciano and Al Capone were caught today while attempting to rob the Wells Fargo bank. Both men are notorious gangsters. One from New York and the other from Chicago. They have been responsible over the years for a multitude of crimes ranging from racketeering, prostitution, drug trafficking, money laundering, murder, extortion and bribery. They both claim that it was through a vision they saw from Jesus that they got the motivation to commit these horrendous crimes.

 

The two men hailing from different strains of Christianity claim that they were committing these crimes in service to their Lord. Mr. Luciano was seen two weeks ago conferring with the Catholic Bishop of New York and is regularly seen attending mass at Catholic churches throughout New York. Mr. Capone, who is responsible for the St. Valentine's Day massacre is a Protestant. When asked why did he pick St. Valentines Day to commit such a terrible crime. He answered, "I did it in commemoration of St. Valentine who is my favorite saint."

It is obvious that these men are religious and practicing Christians. This is another example of the criminality inherent in the Christian religion.

Now don't go and study Christianity for yourself to know what it says about these terrible acts. Trust ME, I am your honest Journalist. Believe ME, I won't lie to you!!!

RIDICULOUS YOU SAY! WELL THIS IS WHAT MUSLIMS HAVE TO FACE EVERYDAY FROM A LYING DECEITFUL MEDIA. RATHER THAN REPORT A CRIME IN A MUSLIM COUNTRY OR ELSEWHERE AS BEING DONE BY AN INDIVIDUAL, THEY ASSOCIATE ISLAM AND SOMEHOW IMPLY THAT ISLAM CONDONES EVIL. IMAGINE IF ALL NEWS WERE LIKE THIS.

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