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South Carolina church vandalized with ‘submit to God by Islam’ on palm Sunday: the police

A Presbyterian church in the state of South Carolina was broken into and vandalized on Sunday, according to local police.
(Anderson Police Department)

A South Carolina church had three of the 125-year-old windows broken and was destroyed with Islamic theme graffiti hours Sunday after the celebration of palm Sunday.

“Submit to God through Islam” and “Muhammad is his prophet” were sprayed on the outside of Midway Presbyterian Church, according to the local police.

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The Anderson Police Department is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of the persons who vandalized the church.

The members of the church, on Sunday afternoon, covered the windows ahead of the thunderstorms Sunday night.

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The police informed about the incident in the afternoon, Sunday. The church service began earlier in the day at 10:30 a.m.

The mission of the church statement says, “our goal is to call people to a living and growing relationship with God in Jesus Christ, with the help of the Holy Spirit, and promoting the mission of Christ in compassionate ministries. We plan to have a friendly and caring church – a church family that contributes to a sense of community and belonging. We want young and old to participate in the Christian pilgrimage as strangers in the great adventure of faith.”

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The church dates its origins back to the 1800s.

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