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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Jan 18, 2006 at 08:15

John W. McGinley , you wrote :


Sure. But it's quite refreshing to see a world of difference between this pope with his more realistic view on the character of the Quran and his dhimmi predecessor John Paul II who kissed the Quran in public, entered the mosque and dreamt of the Abrahamic "brotherhood" of Judaism, Christianity and Islam... in the name of common hatred against atheism and religious indifference.

By the way, the pope enjoys the privilege of infallibility so what he decides to be right seems to apply to all who are catholics even though his successor may later decide the opposite to be right.

Jan
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