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Pastor Jon and the Benghazi Attack

While the Attack in Benghazi was underway, the State Department and White House was already in the spin mode seeking a plausible “cause” of the violence. At first they wanted to pin it on an innocent Oregon Pastor.

Quoting the email revealed during the Benghazi Hearings of 22 October, 2015:

“S [then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton] expected to make statements one of which may confirm KIA, notification of next of kin is pending confirmation. DCM The Hague was to call OPS when completed. White House is reaching out to U-Tube to advise ramifications of posting of the Pastor Jon video.”  [emphasis added by ed.]

Classified portions of the email below have been redacted.

Pastor Jon Courson delivered a Bible lesson in 2009 about the Book of Kings titled “God versus Allah”. At about the 14 minute mark, Pastor Jon gives us a history lesson on the origin of Allah and the true meaning of the phrase “There is no God but Allah” and why those who do not accept this as fact are to be, were and  still to this day being killed.
His lesson is moving for Christians, informative for atheists and will probably piss off Muslims.  The video may take a little bit to load.  Give it about 30 seconds and click the video to watch it..

The link to the video is here if you don’t want to wait.

“God Versus Allah”

The Lucky Puppy will archive this video because it has already disappeared from YouTube. Revisit the last line of the email.

Click here to explore the Searchlight Ministry of  Pastor Jon Courson.

 

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