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Westboro Baptist Church May Have Found Its Niche -- In Iraq

Australian comedy host Adam Hills challenged the perennial protesters to go protest ISIS in Iraq. Will they do it?

Someone has finally discovered a place where the Westboro Baptist Church folks can protest with the support of most Americans. Addicting Info:

Westboro Baptist Church, the hate group that masquerades as a religious organization, is known for their publicity stunts, but they may have bit off more than they can chew with this one. After a comedian offered to pay for them to fly to Iraq so they can protestreal Christian persecution at the hands of Islamic militants, the group tweeted that they have accepted his offer. They want to take their picket signs and head over to a country currently occupied by a group that beheads Christian children without hesitation – this ought to go well.

To bring you up to speed: Last week, Australian comedian Adam Hills gave an brilliant, hilarious proposal to the WBC after learned that they planned to – surprise, surprise – picket Robin Williams’ funeral. On his show, The Last Leg, Hills pointed out that the infamous “God Hates Fags” group is quick to march around with signs protesting American hedonism, but don’t have the courage to protest the daily persecution Christians in Iraq are facing at the hands of “the people threatening to behead Christians if they don’t convert.”

They accepted:

https://twitter.com/WBCSays/statuses/502540723175325696

When are they leaving?

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