Radical Atheists Hope Lawsuit Will Ban Christianity From Military

Radical atheists hoping to further ram their belief system on society have brought a lawsuit against the military.
The group is upset about Christian and conservative displays. They want to promote their atheist platform.
The AP spins:

A foundation that has sued the military alleging widespread violations of religious freedom said Tuesday that it has evidence showing that soldiers are pressured to adopt fundamentalist Christian beliefs.

The photos and videos of religious materials and activities are part of a lawsuit filed by the Military Religious Freedom Foundation and Army Spc. Jeremy Hall, an atheist, against Maj. Freddy J. Welborn and Defense Secretary Robert Gates.

The material was gathered from Fort Riley in Kansas, the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., and Fort Jackson, S.C.

Examples at Fort Riley, where Hall is stationed, included a display outside his military police battalion’s office with a quote from conservative writer Ann Coulter saying, “We should invade their countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity.”

Another photo from Fort Riley shows the book “A Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam” for sale at the post exchange.

“These astonishing and saddening evidence which our foundation is making public today only further buttress our lawsuit,” said Mike Weinstein, an attorney in Albuquerque, N.M., and president of the foundation, who graduated from the Air Force Academy in 1977.

CHUCK NORRIS has a few words for Jeremy Hall and his bogus charges of forced conversion.

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