An Islamic worship event at the Oklahoma capitol was disrupted by a woman who began reciting the Lord’s Prayer before being hustled away from the scene by police.

Video of the incident Friday was posted by M. Scott Carter of Oklahoma Watch, a nonprofit, investigative-journalism group. Carter said Muslims had come to the statehouse to help educate people about Islam and to encourage Muslims to be active.

Protesters held signs, including one that said, “Every real Muslim is a jihadist.”

Carter reported the woman, who was not arrested, interrupted the event by reciting the “Lord’s Prayer” while a Muslim led the audience in the Islamic call to prayer. She was escorted from the building by highway patrol officers.

Oklahoma Watch said the Texas woman was identified as Christine Weick, who previously interrupted similar events in Austin, Texas, and at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.

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As the Muslim call to prayer began, the woman began reciting the familiar prayer of Jesus from the Gospels, “Our father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name, thy kingdom come,” before she was escorted out.

The Muslim worship event was sponsored by the Council on American-Islamic Relations, which was designated by the U.S. Justice Department as an unindicted co-conspirator in the funding of the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas, according to Restoring Liberty, run by Joe Miller, the 2010 GOP nominee for the U.S. Senate from Alaska.

At the Sons of Liberty website, former Muslim terror activist Walid Shoebat noted the woman who at the Texas Muslims at the Capitol Day in February, where she declared Islam never will dominate the U.S.

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Shoebat reported a Texas state representative was vilified for expressing concern about the Muslim Day in Austin.

State Rep. Molly White released a video that explained she was concerned about giving a group a special day at the legislature after it had been among the groups designated as terror sponsors by the United Arab Emirates.

She noted that at an earlier event for Muslims, a spokesman had claimed that Muslims “are above the law of the land.”

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