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the Threat to Catholicism and Christianity from Islam and its Muslim followers, particularly in Europe

Reader comment on item: Is Allah God? - Continued

Submitted by Brian Murphy (Ireland), May 3, 2014 at 22:59

Because of the world problem with Islam, I think the Catholic Church should wake up and be realistic about what is happening as there are murders and attacks globally on Catholics and Christians. I think it would help if the Catholic Church worked with the Protestant Church on this issue of survival of Christians in countries like Pakistan. The Pope and Vatican Congregation for the faith seem to be oblivious of the global war on Christianity and this is silly and childish The same way the church dismissed the global issue of clerical child abuse and denied it all. The Muslim attack on Christianity seems to be strong in U.S. with Pres. Obama being a supporter of Muslim terrorists in Syria etc. Catholics need to know that the Pope and his cardinals know what is going on as they never mention it and Catholics worldwide need to know our Catholic position against this threat from Islam which is getting strong in Europe and world wide.We need to know how best to deal with this threat because as soon as the Muslims increase in numbers they will threaten us to either become a Muslim or be killed.


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