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The Religion of Peace Strikes Again

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Submitted by Arlinda DeAngelis (United States), Sep 15, 2005 at 08:13

This is the latest in Islam's quest to secure its hold on its self described definition as the "Religion of Peace."

Anybody hear of a condemnation by an imam, an ayatollah and/or sheik or even from the United Nations or is this latest violation of human rights and freedom of religion part and parcel of the religion of peace's totalitarian efforts and worthy of Allah's blessing?

Islam by its Qu'ran has sought to dominate wherever and whenever and whomever it deemed worthy of Jihad and Fatwah. In modern times the Judaic Christian West has forgiven the Islamists for their crimes against humanity as long as it was the Israelis they were killing. As a Catholic I was appalled by the Papacy's relentless love affair with Islam. Pope John Paul told the Judaic Christian world that we should pray like the Islamics. In the interests of prayer, perhaps, the papacy found it was acceptable to target the Israelis for mass murder.

Who was going to speak for the Christians when the Islamics came out after them, the Papacy? Oh wait .... I forgot ..... the Papacy can't. It spent its religious capital touting the edifying way in which Islamics pray, mass murder notwithstanding.

Now what?
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