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At last, Even the Pope Gets it

Reader comment on item: Pope Benedict XVI and the Koran

Submitted by LexEcon (United States), Jan 18, 2006 at 02:19

Although much of the world revered Pope John Paul II, I am personally glad to have a great scholar as head of the Holy See, and one who clearly sees the threat and incompatibility of Islam and the Quran with our Western way of life. His comments a few months ago regarding Turkey and how they should not even bother to join the UN as they aren't truly even Europeans (despite their efforts at conquest historically) were equally strong and unmovable. I hope that the Pope lives long enough to take more action on this front.

The storm against Islam in the West and dhimmitude is rising as more and more in the West are learning the truth behind the many masks, and Iran's PM Ahmadenijad is spurring this along quite efficiently with his comments. When even the Pope is taking a stand, I think that this shows that the movement against the "Religion of Peace" is growing in leaps and bounds.

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