US Army will remove Three Wooden Crosses beside the Kosovo Military Chapel

According to a report by WorldNetDaily, high-ranking US Army personnel have secretly discussed and approved plans to remove, and possibly destroy, the three crosses standing on the exterior grounds of Peacekeeper’s Chapel, which serves US soldiers stationed at Camp Bondsteel in Kosovo. The crosses will be removed within the next few weeks, and there were no indications of plans to notify soldiers of the decision at the time of the WND report.

This is a direct result of US Army regulation and policy, the regulation reads –

“Distinctive religious symbols, such as crosses, crucifixes, the Star of David, menorah, and other religious symbols, will not be affixed or displayed permanently on the chapel exterior or grounds.” (Army Reg. 165-1, 13-3.d)

Keep reading at LifeSiteNews.com or about the grounds of Peacekeeper’s Chapel that serves US soldiers at Camp Bondsteel in Kosovo.

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3 responses to “US Army will remove Three Wooden Crosses beside the Kosovo Military Chapel

  1. This whole debacle reminds me of a Star Trek parody song which was around about 20 years ago.

    One line has always stuck in my mind – it is so human – “We come in peace, shoot to kill!”

  2. Oops – that comment was meant for “US Marines are forcing Christianity onto the Iraquis – sowwy –

  3. I feel ya “We come in peace – oops Shoot to Kill.

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