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Several government representatives and participants went from an Alaska government meeting South of Anchorage this week, when an official who was also a member of the satanic temple, a prayer opening with “Hail Satan.”
The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly has confirmed the existing policy that the delivery of the call must be a member of a recognised Church, but the rules were changed last October, as the Alaska Supreme Court ruled in favor of the ACLU, that the Directive be declared unconstitutional, according to Alaska Public media.
Iris Fontana, the Satanic temple member, was one of the plaintiffs in the case. An atheist and a Jewish woman were also on the lawsuit.
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“Cast aside our differences, to use reason, logic, science and compassion to create solutions for the well-being of our community,” Fontana said at the end of the call. “It is done. Hail Satan. Thank you.”
“Cast aside our differences, to use reason, logic, science and compassion to create solutions for the well-being of our community. It is done. Hail Satan. Thank you.”
Iris Fontana, Member, Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly
The call also asked the anti-Satan protest in front of the building, the Alaskan Public media reported.
A call that included the words “hail Satan” prompted the protests this week in a town meeting in Alaska. (iStock)
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“God will be pleased with our public prayers of reparation,” a man who flew in from Pennsylvania for the event KSRM radio said. “We want God’s blessing on America, not Satan’s curses. Lucifer is the eternal loser. We hold him.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.