FORT RILEY, Kan. (AP) - A soldier whose superior prevented him from holding a meeting for atheists and other non-Christians is suing the Defense Department, claiming it violated his right to religious freedom.
The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Kansas City, Kan., alleges a pattern of practices that discriminate against non- Christians in the military. It was filed Monday to coincide with the 220th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution.
The lawsuit names Defense Secretary Robert Gates and Maj. Paul Welborne as defendants.
According to the filing, Spec. Jeremy Hall, a soldier assigned to Fort Riley's 97th Military Police Battalion, received permission to distribute fliers around his base in Iraq for a meeting of atheists and non-Christians....
Note how the lawsuit reads "atheists and other "non-Christians". Like the evil Caiphas who prophesied in his hatred for Christ, Mikey WEINSTEIN is also speaking truth to his own condemnation. Non-Christians ARE atheists, because the God of the Bible is a TRIUNE God. Thus, like Allah, the god of the Talmudic Jew is a false god! Are you listening so called "Christian-Zionists"?