Belgian Christians Protest Muslim-Friendly Tree of Lights

Christian Post 5 December 2012
By Stoyan Zaimov

Citizens of Brussels, Belgium have signed an online petition demanding the removal of an 82-foot abstract tree of lights that has replaced the traditional Christmas tree at the town center.

More than 11,000 signatures have already been gathered in the online petition that objects to the techno design. Many have said that the real reason for this new tree is because the mayor's office doesn't want to offend Muslims and non-Christians who don't celebrate Christmas. Some have even called the three "The Pharmacy" for its resemblance to a green cross symbol found outside many chemists offices around the world. (continue reading...)