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Heidi Mund

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Heidi Mund is an East German-born woman who is a former atheist, now Christian evangelist, who came to prominence following her public stand for Christ in the Memorial Church of the Reformation in Speyer, on Sun. 10th November, 2013Sun. November 10th, 2013.

The church was built to honour Martin Luther and the Reformation, but with the liberalisation of much of the European church, was hosting a concert aimed to bring Christianity and Islam together. When the invited Imam issued a call to Muslim prayer in this Christian church, Mund interrupted, declaring that Jesus Christ was Lord over Germany, and waving her German flag that had the words "JESUS Christus ist HERR" (JESUS Christ is LORD) added to it. She also repeated a phrase reportedly said by Luther when defending his stance on using Scripture alone: "Here I stand. I can do no other". She was ejected from the church, but not before defending her actions to another concert-goer who claimed that "This is a concert for peace" by saying that "No it's not! Allahu Akbar is what Muslims scream while murdering people! Don't be fooled! Don't be fooled! This is a lie!"

Realising that being interviewed put her in danger, she put her life in God's hands, declaring "I know my God, the living God of the Bible can protect for me for as long as he wants. When my time is over I will go to him."

Heidi Mund is suspected of being the same person filmed protesting the acceptance of Islam by Germans in Frankfurt in 2011.[1]

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