Police are treating the inferno at Nantes cathedral as arson after discovering fires were deliberately lit at three different points “spaced apart from each other” in the Gothic building
“Christianity is under attack and we’re constantly being lied to about the cause of these fires,” tweeted Raheem Kassam, ex-Muslim and chief editor of National Pulse.”Burning churches have become far too common in Europe. These are not accidents,” echoed Israeli Youtuber Hanaya Naptali.
An average of three churches in France set ablaze daily and the French government is tight-lipped?
According to a Gatestone Institute report, an average of three churches in France are targeted every day by arsonists and vandals, as anti-Christian hostility sweeps across Europe.
Over a hundred firefighters rushed to save the 15th-century St. Peter and St. Paul Cathedral at 7:44 a.m. on Saturday, as the blaze tore through the edifice incinerating the 17th-century Girardet pipe organ and shattering the original 16th-century stained-glass windows.
The April 2019 blaze gutted the Gothic landmark and major tourist attraction, destroying the spire and roof in a disaster that stunned the watching world (Picture below)