A Church in Canada made headlines this weekend after six Canadian police officers were seen ordered from the building by a pastor who was furious after the officers disrupted a service on Passover.
Pastor Artur Pawlowski said he called law enforcement “Nazis” because it looked like the kind of armed raid of his church at Easter he heard about as a kid in Poland.
“I grew up under communism and my grandparents lived under the Nazis,” said the Calgary pastor. “My family escaped the communists in Poland and first went to Greece and then to Canada to get away from it. There were millions of Jewish people murdered in Poland including at Auschwitz.”