Christian Woman Sentenced for Trying to Convert Muslims

by Church Militant  •  •  December 11, 2015   

Court sentences Christian woman to 100 hours of community service and fine of about $800

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MANCHESTER, U.K. ( - Earlier this week, Rose White, 68, was fined £510 and sentenced to 100 hours of community work for writing a letter to Manchester Islamic High School for girls (MIHSG) saying they should worship Jesus instead of Mohammed.

White converted to Christianity in 2014, saying she felt God was calling her to convert Muslims. Earlier this year, she sent a letter along with Christian conversion literature to MIHSG.

The high school called the police when headteacher Mona Mohammed complained that White's letter was a "personal attack" and "Islamophobic."

In the letter, Rose said she "was saddened to see [MIHSG] enforce full Muslim dress and force pupils to accept the role of Satan." The conversion literature is a cartoon strip that shows a Muslim father turning away from domestic Islamic violence and converting to Christianity.

Now a Manchester magistrate court has convicted White of sending indecent and grossly offensive content to the school. White defended herself, saying she has done nothing wrong and did not target MIHSG specifically. She has sent similar letters and literature to 50 other schools and spent most of her money sending Bibles to Muslim countries. She said she wants Islamic schools to thrive "under Jesus and not Satan or Mohammed or whatever they call him" and that she must continue to preach the Gospel: "The Jews said Jesus was mentally ill when he was preaching. There is nothing wrong with me. I can preach the Gospel today and the Muslim Quran says I have to preach the Gospel to them."

"You are not allowed to conduct yourself in a way that causes other people harm," Judge Duncan Birrell told White. "The court has already determined you have crossed the line between freedom to express your opinions and causing harm to others."

White countered, "The letter is not offensive — it just told the truth."

White said she will continue to send similar letters, saying, "As a Christian, it's my duty to tell them to start worshipping Jesus."

To learn more about Islam's violent persecution of Christianity, watch "The Vortex: Islam Founded on Murder."


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