[...] Evangelist Franklin Graham said Thursday that he regrets the Army's decision to rescind its invitation to him for the Pentagon's National Day of Prayer service on May 6, but expressed "strong support" for the U.S. military.
An Army spokesman confirmed to Fox News that the invitation to Graham to be honorary chairman at the event was rescinded amid complaints from Muslim members of the military about his description of Islam as an evil religion.
The Army spokesman said the event will go forward but without the National Day of Prayer Task Force participating.
"I regret that the Army felt it was necessary to rescind their invitation to the National Day of Prayer Task Force to participate in the Pentagon's special prayer service," Graham said in a written statement.
"I want to expresses my strong support for the United States military and all our troops," he added. "I will continue to pray that God will give them guidance, wisdom and protection as they serve this great country." [...]
I suppose it is all about the theoretical Separation of Church and State - for Republicans and Christians - but it is OK fine for the Democrats to say that legislators need to be briefed on all things, by Democrats and marxist-sociopaths and n ot to offend the very few Jihadis in this Nation.