Which, according to his increasingly Â unhinged boss, wannabe caliph Tayyip Erdogan, is a “crime against humanity”, just like Zionism….–German Turkish News
In other words, the new pope must not speak the truth about jihad and Islamic supremacism — or else. The papacy of Benedict XVI offered numerous illustrations of this. “Muslims Seek Dialogue With Next Pope,” by Harvey Morris for theÂ New York Times, March 1: (“dialogue” means da’awa, says I…)
Turkey: Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu (photo) Â is hoping for the rapid selection of a new pope, and close cooperation between the Vatican and the Muslims to fight together against Islamophobia. In the Â opinion of Davutoglu this is extremely important,Â Â what attitudes the new pontiff Â may have on the subject of increasing “racism and Islamophobia” in
Europe EUrabia. (More in German)
DavutoÄŸlu is not at all concerned about the constant outbreaks of Christianophobia, like here Â in Egypt: Muslims throw firebombs at police, try to storm church in search of woman suspected of converting to Christianity
Muhammad said: “Whoever changed his Islamic religion, then kill him” (Bukhari 9.84.57). The death penalty for apostasy is part of Islamic law according to all the schools of Islamic jurisprudence. Yet Muslim spokesmen such asÂ Harris Zafar,Â Mustafa Akyol,Â Salam al-Marayati,Â M. Cherif Bassiouni, andÂ Ali EterazÂ (among many others) have assured us that Islam doesn’t punish apostasy. I am confident that Zafar, Akyol, al-Marayati, Bassiouni, and Eteraz are making their way to Luxor as we speak, so as to explain to these enraged Muslim mobs that they are getting Islam all wrong, wrong, wrong.
“Christian-Muslim tension flares in southern Egypt,” by Haggag Salama for theAssociated Press, March 1 (thanks to JW)
No Christianophobia to see here:
Over at FrontPage Mag, viaÂ RaymondIbrahim.com, I discuss how the Obama-supported jihadis of Libya are torturing and terrorizing even more Christians under the pretext of “proselytism.”
From the Religion of Peace:
Mass Arrest and Torture of ChristiansÂ Â (FrontPage)
Was the ‘Arab Spring’ a step backwards in Libya as well?
Competition for al-Jazeera?Â Â (American Thinker)
How about an alternative channel to the Islamic indoctrination that is about to flood American living rooms?
Religious Persecution and Safe HavensÂ Â (Commentary)
Christianity just knocked off Judaism as the most persecuted religion in the world – and guess who gets the credit?
In a separate incident two months ago, on the Christmas Day, unidentified gunmen shot and seriously wounded a Catholic priest, Ambrose Mkenda, in the Tomondo area of Zanzibar Island.