Italy’s Imams call for Jihad: Models of Preaching Found in Six Italian Mosques
With one exception, they are sermons that incite to hatred. The end of Ramadan was marked by the legitimization of Islamic terrorism in Iraq and the whole worldÂ
by Sandro Magister Â www.chiesa Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â
ROMA – Magdi Allam, an Egyptian who has lived in Italy for many years, is a specialist on the Arab and Muslim world. On November 30, he published an important survey in “Corriere della Sera,” the leading Italian daily, of which he is vice-director.
In the survey, he transcribes several passages of the sermons delivered by six imams of Italian mosques on November 21, the last Friday of the month of Ramadan, and on November 25, the feast of Id Al Fitr.Â The sermons given on these dates are the ones with the largest audiences; the halls are packed. Here is an anthology of them, city by city:
Update: the reason why apostates of Islam are seen as traitors who must be killed before they spill the beans:
The ex-Muslim journalist baptised by Pope Benedict XVI this year has warned the pontiff that Catholic dialogue with Muslims is based on naive misconceptions about the “peaceful” nature of Islam.
Magdi Allam, whom Benedict baptised in St Peter’s this Easter,Â has told the PopeÂ that Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran, the Vatican’s head of inter-religious dialogue, was wrong to claim this year that Islam “promotes peace” and that Islamist extremists betray their faith.
Muslim convert to Catholicism tells pope Islam is not inherently good
Convert Magdi Allam
* Truth has become “opinion”, good is evil, right is wrong and a “religion cannot beÂ inherentlyÂ bad”, right? RIGHT?
By Cindy Wooden
Catholic News Service
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — The Muslim-born journalist baptized by Pope Benedict XVI at Easter asked the pope to tell his top aide for relations with Muslims that Islam is not an intrinsically good religion and that Islamic terrorism is not the result of a minority gone astray.