The Pope recently gave a speech in which he he quoted theÂ Byzantine emperor Manuel II Paleologus who severely indicted radical Islamism and forced conversions. Since they have trouble understanding parts of speech, like modifiers, the Palestinians prove his the fourteenth century Emperor’s point in modern times.
UPDATE Sister Leonella Murdered, she was shot four times in her back at the door of the S.O.S. hospital in Mogadishu.
A.P. Photo of Sister Leonella, A.P. Story
Is it time for the murder mullahs to reap what they sow? Is it time for the islamic death-priests to die themselves? Will this generational conflict, this clash of civilizations, this misunderstanding as CAIR would have it, be resolved until the real instigators find Allah?
Â From Haaretz:
Two churches in the West Bank were hit by firebombs early Saturday, witnesses and clergy said, and a group claiming responsiblity said the attacks were meant as a protest against comments by Pope Benedict XVI about Islam. The firebombs left black scorch marks on the walls and windows of a Greek Catholic and an Anglican church in the West Bank city of Nablus. Father Yousef, a priest at the Anglican Church, said several firebombs hit the outside wall of the church. In a phone call to The Associated Press, a group calling itself the “Lions of Monotheism” claimed responsibility. The caller said the attacks were carried out to protest the pope’s remarks about Islam.
Keep in mind that monotheism to a muslim translates to “there is no god but allah…”From Yahoo:
In Gaza City, a group calling itself the Islamic Organization of the Swords of Righteousness claimed responsibility for unleashing a volley of gunfire on the oldest church in the city.
“We carried out this shooting because of the pope’s statement, and he must apologise,” the caller, who refused to give his name, told AFP Saturday.
The attack came a day after a grenade exploded outside the same church and four days after the pope criticised connections between Islam and violence, particularly with regard to jihad, or “holy war”.
The Religion of Peace in deed. More at Little Green Footballs.