Police in Alberta have finally taken action against church arsonists, as the war on Christianity continues.
Two Albertan men have been charged with destroying a sacred church in the town of Grouard, according to local media.
The church was burnt down on Monday, presumably as part of the continuing war on Christianity.
It is not clear whether the suspects were affiliated with Antifa or any other left-wing extremist group. The matter is now before the courts.
Built in 1901, the church was a sacred building, and valued by Christians in and around the northern Albertan town.
One of the congregates spoke to the media, stating:
“The historical value of that church – like the paintings on the wall in the sanctuary were painted by bishop Grouard himself.
We’re not going to be able to replace that in any way, shape or form.”
Dozens of churches across Canada have been destroyed by arsonists, or otherwise defaced and damaged.
The police have struggled to make arrests in many of these cases, leading some to suspect that Canadian police are unsympathetic, even supportive, of attacks on Christians.
The far-left has made Christianity, and white men that practice it, a target of attacks. The attacks include property damage, and in some cases, violence.
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