Christians launch a secretive social media campaign targeting Somalis

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HRH Duchess of Puntland, The Viscount of Garoowe
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It's normal for Christians to preach their religion to us considering that we live in Christian majority countries, but this particular church has taken a new approach of targeting Somalis. Watch a few mins of the video I posted ( "Qisadii Nabiyada" ) and you will understand what I mean. Somalis will watch it thinking it's an Islamic video only to be hit with the 'Jesus died for our sins' at the very end.:jcoleno::eminemdamn:
 
They have already converted some people in the refugee camps. There is this guy in Columbus, Ohio who is Christian and tells people about it. An American womam who I have met in a park where my kids and her kids were playing told me that there are few Somali Christians in her church. Amongst the Somali Bantu in Dhadhaab refugee camp, they even built a church there. Within the Somali Lamagoodle, they have found some followers. When Al-Shabaab seized power in the South, the Somali Bantu Muslims who joined Al-Shabaab reported this phenomena where the NGOs were secretly converting people, when the stupid Lamagoodle were killing each other. There was even a guy in Beledweyne who left the diaspora in the 1990s and built a school there. When the parents sent their young to this school to learn reading, writing, math, and science, this guy was focusing on kids from struggling families and presenting his work to them. According to the reports circulating in the internet, Al-Shabaab went after them very strongly and took out some of them.

Bottom line, the war against Islam is real within the Somalis in Somalia in the diaspora and the ones inside the country.
 
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Christianity is a load of :umhxisq:

Cut of your dick to go to heaven:
"For there are eunuchs, that were so born from their mother's womb: and there are eunuchs, that were made eunuchs by men: and there are eunuchs, that made themselves eunuchs for the kingdom of heaven's sake. He that is able to receive it, let him receive it."

Out of context? What is to be received then?:vqbuyv0:
 
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Shamis

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You know Somalis are doing these translation jobs for money, right? They're not even Somali Christians - they're wage slaves. I translate part time and have done this for years and I'm always approached to do these funky sounding third sector jobs that I later on discover are actually Christian organisations - most NGO's are. They offer a higher wage than most unskilled jobs so skinnies are doing it for the sake of it.
 
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