9.19.2006

Can Dish It Out, But Can't Take It

Without having to comment on the irony that surrounds the reaction of Muslims to the Pope's comments on Islam, I just wanted to point out that these are the very same Muslims who decried the reaction of Israel to the terrorist group Hezbollah as "disproportionate."

I think one can read the quotes below, pulled from various world news sources, and see what we are up against. The quotes come from different Muslims, and I won't take the time to list each name, although I assure you they are not fabricated. Just take a look at the news and you'll see that. Pay attention especially to the last quote. Doesn't the religion of love make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside? Me too.

"He has a dark mentality that comes from the darkness of the Middle Ages. He is a poor thing that has not benefited from the spirit of reform in the Christian world,"

"If this person were really someone reasonable, he would not agree to remain at his post one minute, but would convert to Islam immediately,"

Muslims "should not look for charity from the infidel... but should fight Islam's enemies who attack the faith and the Prophet Muhammad".

"We say to the pope - whether you apologise or not is irrelevant, as apologies make no difference to us."

News Story:
An Italian nun was shot dead at a hospital by Somali gunmen Sunday, hours after a leading Muslim cleric condemned Pope Benedict XVI for his remarks on Islam and violence.

"We urge you Muslims wherever you are to hunt down the Pope for his barbaric statements as you have pursued Salman Rushdie, the enemy of Allah who offended our religion. Whoever offends our Prophet Mohammed should be killed on the spot by the nearest Muslim."

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Blogger Terror-Free said...

New Pope Shows Spine
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Tue Sep 19, 08:04:00 PM 2006  

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