Why is the North Point Church militant group being protected by the church?
North Point church militant group is being protected and protected by its leaders.
A senior church leader was on a visit to North Point on Thursday when the group threatened violence against a police officer.
In a statement, North Point said it would “be in the best interests of all of us to leave our home and not live under threat”.
In an earlier statement, the group said it had not taken part in the attack and it did not condone violence.
“North Point has always had a strong community of people and we do not support or condone the actions of anyone who do not agree with our belief system or the teachings of our prophet,” the group added.
“We strongly reject the use of violence to change anyone’s beliefs or to bring about social change.”
The group, which was founded in 1993, has a history of violence.
A number of people were injured in a dispute with the church in 2014.
In 2015, two men were killed in a car crash in North Point.
In recent years, the church has had a problem with its social and political leaders, who have been seen as a threat to the authority of the church and the leaderships policies.
In August, a North Point member was sentenced to six years in prison after being found guilty of killing an unarmed man.
The group is believed to be made up of former members of the Salvation Army.
A statement released by the North Bay Area Council of Churches, which represents church leaders, said it supported the church’s decision to allow its members to remain.
While the council is saddened by the recent events at North Point, we believe this decision is the best decision that can be made for our members, and we are committed to assisting our members.”