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A large rally was held on Saturday at Minnesota’s Mall of America as dozens turned out in support of the man who was assailed by security guards last month for daring to wear a t-shirt with “Jesus Saves” written on it, a shirt that the guards called “offensive.”
The story began on Jan. 7 when Christian preacher Paul Shoro was told by security guards at the giant Minneapolis shopping Mecca that he would have to remove his shirt if he was going to remain in the mall.
One of the guards revealed his part in the war on religion telling Shoro, “Jesus is associated with religion, and it’s offending people. People have been offended.”
The guard went on to lay out Shoro’s “options,” which included, “You can take the shirt off, and you can go to Macy’s, and you can do your shopping. Or you can leave the mall, OK?” The guard added, “Those are your only options right now.”
Video of Shoro’s encounter soon went viral:
According to Alpha News, the crisis over the shirt passed, and Shoro was allowed to remain in the mall.
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