Belgian Red Cross orders crucifixes removed from its buildings

Belgian Red Cross orders crucifixes removed from its buildings

[Ed. – But why are they suddenly ‘religiously neutral’?]

The Red Cross in the Liege province of Belgium, near the border with the Netherlands and Germany, has ordered all 28 of its facilities to remove all Christian crosses and crucifixes on its walls in order to appear religiously neutral, according to the Belgian news outlet 7Sur7, and which was also covered and translated by Breitbart News in London.

Andre Rouffart, president of the Red Cross house in Verviers, in the Liege province, said an email was sent to the 28 Red Cross houses in Liege instructing the facilities “to respect the principles of the Red Cross, which is to say no distinction given to religion or race.”

The Red Cross organization is “neutral,” in that, as a humanitarian aid group it does not take sides in hostilities “or engage at any time in controversies of a political, racial, religious or ideological nature,” states its website. Its symbol, the red cross on a white background, is the inverse of the Swiss flag (white on red), which traces its origins back to the time of Christendom and the Christian Emperor Charlemagne.

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