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Pope Benedict XVI open his mouth again!

Posted by QB on October 9, 2007

Pope Benedict XVI open his mouth again to lecture Iran on anti-Semitism. He is the same guy who has, with his stupid statements, created hatred between Christians and Muslims.

VATICAN CITY – Pope Benedict XVI today targeted Iran as he vowed to help fight anti-Semitism, a top official of the World Jewish Congress said following an audience with the pontiff.“We thanked the Holy Father for everything he did for the Jewish people, and more importantly what he will do,” WJC vice secretary general Maram Stern told AFP.The pope “recognised the question of Iran as an issue of big concern for him,” Stern said, adding that Benedict pledged “to find how the message can be made, through education, to avoid the hatred of the Iranian leadership towards the Jews and Israel.“He expressed his concern over the rise in anti-Semitism. The Holy Father said he was very aware of it (and wants to) find a way to make it less prominent through education,” Stern said.The pontiff said “co-operation between the Jewish people and the Church is a matter that is close to his heart,” Stern said, describing the meeting as “interesting and cordial.”New WJC President Ronald Lauder, who headed the delegation, said that the pope had agreed in principle to host a “joint event” with him when Benedict visits New York next year.
WJC Secretary General Michael Schneider was also present at the audience.Iran’s government vehemently denies charges of anti-Semitism, pointing to the peaceful existence in Iran of a 20,000-strong Jewish community, the largest in the Middle East outside Israel.Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad provoked an international outcry shortly after his election in 2005 when he called for Israel to be “wiped from the map” and also described the Holocaust as a “myth”.He has since toned down his rhetoric but last week he reaffirmed his deeply controversial questioning of the mass slaughter of Jews in World War II and his suggestion that Israel could be moved to arctic North America. Source: Pope cites Iran to curb anti-Semitism

Pope criticizes Hugo Chavez democratically elected popular government repeating the allegations of US and European countries.

Today, the Pope said, the Church faces the challenges brought by a global economy which “brings with it the risk of vast monopolies and of treating profit as the supreme value.” In Latin America, he added, there is another disquieting trend: “authoritarian forms of government and regimes wedded to certain ideologies that we thought had been superseded.” Here the Pope seemed clearly to be referring to leftist governments such as the Venezuelan regime of Hugo Chavez, who has clashed frequently with Church leaders there.

Pope should explain in detail why questioning Holocaust is such a big sin. There are people who believe that the Holocaust deaths are way too high to be true, all they want to study this historic event in detail which is not illogical drawing so much anger in Europe and US. Look like that Zionists don’t want independent group to study his historic event.

Pope just shut up (Shut up is to0 polite, STFU is appropriate). You are not a person to give advice to Ahmadinejad or as a matter of fact nobody.


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Church of England blamed for not converting people.

Posted by QB on October 16, 2006

This is very interesting news for me that Church of England is getting blamed for not putting all their efforts to covert Muslims and the people of other faiths to Christianity. Paul Eddy, a member of the General Synod, the Church’s ruling body, said that the active recruitment of non-believers had always been a Biblical injunction on Christians.
But he claimed that the bishops were deliberately down-playing evangelising among other faiths for fear of upsetting minority groups and their role in inter-faith talks. He said the Church’s official statements tended to gloss over the issue of converting Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs or followers of other religions. His motion calls on the bishops to report back on “their understanding of the uniqueness of Christ in Britain’s multi-faith society, and offer examples and commendations of good practice in sharing the gospel of salvation through Christ alone with people of other faiths and of none”.

“My Muslim friends say they can’t understand why we Christians don’t evangelise more, especially as they have a strategy to convert Britain,” said Mr Eddy.

“The Church needs to regain confidence in the God it professes to believe in, and a new confidence in the Gospel it should be proclaiming. And that starts with a clear steer from the bishops.”

These Christians Sunnis and Shias are the different sides of the same coin who believe that increasing their numbers will make them more credible religion. The Sunnis share more common beliefs with Christians than Shias as they have their own dogmas. The Jews are the only Abraham religion who do not have aggressive conversion program.

Christians believe Jesus is alive in heaven and Sunnis have the same belief. Christians believe in second coming of Jesus and Sunnis too are anxiously waiting for his second coming. Shias are waiting for Imam Mahdi who is as powerful as god who will save them all and Sunnis don’t want to be left behind so they have their own version of Imam Mahdi.

Is Jesus still alive? According to my understand of Qur’an and Bible the answer is Jesus is dead and will be resurrected on the day of judgement.

Who is Imam Mahdi? This is very interesting belief which almost all the religions share with a similar story that someone will come and their religion will rule the world.

The ignorants who blame that Muslims want to convert Christians should look into their own missions who very aggressively try to convert people. There was a very interesting news story about the indigenous people of Amazon who used to lived on on the edges of the jungle disappeared into deep jungles because they were so fedup with the Christian missionaries who were trying to shove down Jesus down their throats.

Christians Sunnis and Shias have to understand the religion in its true essence that God did not want us all believe and follow one religion. The solution is simple keep following the religion of your choice and let God be the judge on judgement day.

Sunnis and Shias all believe in Jesus Christ that Jesus Christ was messenger and Prophet of God. The Sunnis believe that Jesus Christ is still alive just like Christians and will come back. Shias believe that it will me Imam Mahdi who will come and solve all their problem not Jesus Christ. They are two different factions of Islam just like Catholics and Protestants in Christianity.

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A re-run of the Lebanon war in Palestine?

Posted by QB on October 14, 2006

There are ominous signs that the long-contemplated plan to overthrow the democratically-elected Hamas-led Palestinian Authority cabinet is about to enter its most dangerous phase: a political coup, supported by local militias, with foreign and regional backing. This could ignite serious intra-Palestinian violence. With Iraq providing a dreadful warning of how foreign occupation can foster civil bloodshed, everything must be done to expose and thwart this dangerous conspiracy.

The head of Palestinian Authority intelligence, and Fatah militia leader, Tawfiq Tirawi, said in an interview with the Sunday Times on 8 October, “We are already at the beginning of a civil war, no doubt about it. They (Hamas) are accumulating weapons and a full-scale civil war can break out at any moment.” The paper cited Palestinian sources saying that Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas “has notified the US, Jordan and Egypt that he is preparing to take action against Hamas.” And, asserting that Hamas “are preparing for a war against us,” Tirawi “forecasts that the violence would begin in Gaza and spread to the West Bank.” Hamas leaders, including prime minister Ismail Haniyeh, have issued strenuous reassurances that they will never allow civil war, even as a Fatah-affiliated militia recently released a statement explicitly threatening to assassinate them.

Let us recall that in last January’s legislative council elections the Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, resoundingly defeated Fatah, the nominally nationalist and secular faction founded by Yasir Arafat and which has dominated the institutionalized Palestinian movement since the 1960s. Fatah, led now by Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas, was widely rejected for its corruption and mismanagement of the Palestinian Authority which was founded under the Oslo Accords in 1994.

Coming a week after more than a dozen Palestinians were killed in fighting between Hamas and Fatah followers, Tirawi’s latest comments could be seen as laying the groundwork for a full-scale and premeditated confrontation. A senior Fatah “security source,” probably also Tirawi, had already told the same Sunday Times journalist last May that “[c]ivil war is inevitable” and that “Time is running out for Hamas.” He warned that “We’ll choose the right time and place for the military showdown. But after that there will be no more of Hamas’s militias.”

Is that time approaching? Abbas is being encouraged by his sponsors outside the country to take on Hamas. Tirawi’s warnings followed US Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice’s visit to the region which included a warm public embrace of Abbas. On October 5, Reuters reported that militias loyal to Abbas are receiving arms and training from the United States. “Expanding the size of the presidential guard,” Abbas’ personal militia, “by up to 70 percent under a U.S. plan,” the report stated, “has become a central part of American policy since [Hamas] beat Abbas’s Fatah in elections and took over the government.” This apparent encouragement to resort to the bullet when use of the ballot failed to produce the desired results is a direct contradiction of the simplest principles of democracy, apart from its sheer immorality. This sounds bad enough, but it also looks like a repeat of the strategy in Lebanon where western powers apparently thought that Israel, as a local client state, could be used to strike a lethal blow at Hizbullah. The human and political results of that adventure, last summer’s systematic Israeli destruction of Lebanon, speak for themselves. This time, Abbas and his forces would fill the role of local US client, and Hamas would be cast as Hizbullah.

The only outcome of such a confrontation will be another orgy of bloody violence. And almost certainly, support for Hamas would be strengthened, but among the Palestinian people there would be only losers.

There is good reason to fear that the moment is coming when this conspiracy will turn to the naked use of armed force, as the campaign to overthrow Hamas has escalated in stages. Just weeks after the January election, The New York Times reported that US and Israeli officials met at the “highest level” to plot the downfall of Hamas by “starving” the Palestinian Authority. It started with the US-EU aid cutoff, ostensibly to force Hamas to “recognize Israel” and “abandon violence.” (When it was elected Hamas had already observed a year-long unilateral suspension of attacks on Israel, and its leaders strongly indicated a willingness to reach a “long-term agreement”). Israel escalated its military attacks on Gaza, killing and maiming thousands of civilians, and destroying civilian infrastructure including the only power station. Most Palestinians now face difficulties feeding their families. Israel kidnapped eight Hamas cabinet ministers and a quarter of the elected members of the legislative council, while Fatah leaders have continually agitated against Hamas, including organizing strikes and protests by Fatah loyalists among Palestinian Authority civil servants who have been deprived of salaries by the very international siege that Fatah leaders have winked at and even encouraged.

Efforts to bridge the political impasse by forming a “national unity government” have also failed because the Fatah election losers, backed by foreign powers, are demanding that Hamas, the election winners, abandon their policies and principles and endorse those of the defeated party. But none of this has worked. Despite the punishment, Palestinians under occupation are no more willing than ever to submit to Israeli tyranny: 67 percent “do not believe Hamas should recognize the state of Israel in order to meet international donor demands” even though “63 percent would support a Palestinian recognition of Israel as a state for the Jewish people after a peace agreement is reached and a Palestinian state is established,” a September poll by the Palestinian Center for Survey Research found.

As violent incidents and provocations by followers of both factions mount, Abbas is considering other coercive means amounting to a coup: dismissing the Hamas cabinet, forming an “emergency” administration, and dissolving the Hamas-dominated legislative council to make way for new general elections which can be postponed indefinitely or at least until a Fatah victory can be engineered.

The danger facing Palestinians is acute. But let us be clear: it is not a threat of civil war. Among millions of ordinary Palestinians, whether under Israel’s brutal occupation, living as second class citizens within the “Jewish state,” or in forced exile, there is no disagreement remotely great enough that could get them to turn brother against brother and family against family in a civil war. On the contrary, Palestinians are united in their understanding of what afflicts them — Israeli colonialism armed, backed and bankrolled by western powers. The danger is of an armed coup staged on behalf of these powers by a small minority, but which could drag more Palestinians into internecine fighting whose consequences are awful to contemplate.

Perhaps the most serious miscalculation Hamas has made is to underestimate the determination with which the results of democratic elections will be undermined and opposed if they do not suit the interests of Israel and other world powers. The reality is that the Palestinian Authority is not and has never been a government for the Palestinian people. The Palestinian Authority receives western backing only to the extent that it directly and exclusively serves their own and Israeli interests. It was designed to protect the Israeli occupation against its victims; no one will be permitted to turn it into a representative body that fights for the rights and interests of Palestinians. To avoid the lethal trap that is being set for them and the Palestinian people, Hamas will either have to sell out or get out.

Hamas has done the right thing by abandoning its campaign of suicide attacks on Israeli civilians, observing an ongoing voluntary truce and embracing politics. It should now abandon the effort to hold on to the wreckage of the powerless and discredited Oslo institutions. Instead, it should turn its considerable popularity, organizational skills and increased legitimacy into a full fledged campaign of civil resistance, mobilizing together with other sectors of Palestinian and global civil society against every aspect of Israeli colonialism and racism. This is the only thing it has not yet tried, and it holds out the best hope for a way out of the dark tunnel.

Source: ZNet.

Israel air force and infantry attacked Yabala refugee camp in Gaza that left seven dead and ten wounded, considered an element of pressure against the Hamas-led cabinet.

Gazi Hamad, spokesman of the Islamic Movement (Hamas), told The Voice of Palestine station that Israel Tsahal behaved as terrorists, in an operation that involved tanks and armored vehicles.

Daily attacks on Gaza and the West Bank since June 28 attest to Israel’s tactic of inflicting the Palestines the largest possible damages, he added. Their toll so far have been 250 dead.

The station recalled that air raids on Gaza in the past two days killed 20 Palestinians and left 10-plus wounded, besides warning that this drive on north and south Gaza will continue.

The drive is also seen as an element of pressure since Hamas refuses to take pressures from the Middle East Quartet (US, Russia, UN and EU).

They want it to approve the Israeli state, quit armed struggle and turn in their weapons.

Today there are reports on Israel firing rockets killing Palestinians trying to topple down Hamas democratically elected government will never bring peace for Jews in Israel. The Evanglicans who are the cheerleaders don’t want a peaceful Middle East because this is not that they all want. They want Israel to keep fighting which will bring back Jesus and they will get their rapture. These Evanglicans are not telling Jews that Jesus will take revenage from all these sinner Jews when come back. All this Jesus comeback story to me is somewhat illogical.

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Pope still trying to defend his stupid quote?

Posted by QB on October 13, 2006

Pope Benedict XVI has added an explanatory note on his quote on which he included in his speech. The damage is already done your holiness and you do not understand this because you are blinded with your religious beliefs.

The quote of Manuel II “”Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached.”

The following is the explanation given by his old his highness.

“In the Muslim world, this quotation has unfortunately been taken as an expression of my personal position, thus arousing understandable indignation,” the note said.

“I hope that the reader of my text can see immediately that this sentence does not express my personal view of the Quran, for which I have the respect due to the holy book of a great religion,”. “In quoting the text of the Emperor Manuel II, I intended solely to draw out the essential relationship between faith and reason. On this point I am in agreement with Manuel II, but without endorsing his polemic,” he said.

Pope is really not a very intelligent person or maybe his age has taken away his rational thinking. You quoted Manuel II as the part of the speech and you have the same understanding that Islam has brought nothing but evil and inhumane and is spread using sword. Read your statement again and come up with some different approach.

Pope Benedict XVI you are no better than any other religious scholar of Islam or Judaism who preaches hatred in the name of religion. I have no respect for any such scholar no matter what religious belief they teaches and preaches. Shut up now and don’t open your mouth again. Keep smiling and waving hand from the window.

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Christian terrorist killed!!!

Posted by QB on September 22, 2006

Christians terrorists executed in Indonesia.

The three Christian militants were executed by an Indonesian police firing squad early on Friday amid tight security in Palu, the capital of Central Sulawesi province.

Fabianus Tibo, Marianus Riwu and Dominggus Silva had been sentenced to death in 2001, after being found guilty of leading a mob in an attack that killed more than 200 people at an Islamic boarding school during clashes in the province between Muslims and Christians.

The trio had originally been scheduled to die in August, but the executions were postponed after demonstrations by thousands of Indonesians and an appeal from Pope Benedict.

Violence has since erupted in Silva’s hometown of Atambua in West Timor when thousands of Christians protested.

Falwell said President Bush should “blow them (the terrorists) all away in the name of the Lord.”

Pat Robertson radical Christian, these Christianofacists are dangerous for world peace. There was a popular coup that overthrew him [Chavez]. And what did the United States State Department do about it? Virtually nothing. And as a result, within about 48 hours that coup was broken; Chavez was back in power, but we had a chance to move in. He has destroyed the Venezuelan economy, and he’s going to make that a launching pad for communist infiltration and Muslim extremism all over the continent.
You know, I don’t know about this doctrine of assassination, but if he thinks we’re trying to assassinate him, I think that we really ought to go ahead and do it. It’s a whole lot cheaper than starting a war. Pat Robertson Fatwa to kill Hugo Chavez.
Do the Christianity teaches hatred and killing? Is Christianity a peaceful religion? Why Christians are so violently protesting against the killings of these murderers and terrorists? Why did Pope appeal in support of Christian terrorists?

Christianity is as much violent religion as Islam and Judaism.

I could have written this all in very different way but the problem the majority of people have no knowledge and they try to blame all the violence on Islam without even trying to understand the true causes of violence. Also I know the cause of all these violence protests which broke out in Indonesia. Give me one good reason when so many millions are spreading hatred against Islam and Muslims including Pope himself the holy father of Catholics and the Pastors and Reverends why should I be the only once to stick to my peaceful way of tolerance peace and love.

The State run terrorism has a very strong support of radical Christians religious scholars including Pope. They don’t speak against the killing of innocent children, women, elderly, unarmed civilains in Iraq and Afghanistan. The mojority of the Christians justify all these killings linking it to 9/11 where they lost 2740 lives. Christians believe they got the license to kill all the Muslims. These Christians also ask where are the moderate Muslims who don’t come out and speak against the terrorism without knowing that Mainstream media have no interest of covering the message of peaceful Muslims. The Mainstream Media made better financial gains with promoting the negative news about Islam and Muslims.

BTW where are the moderate Christians who do not come forward to speak against the US invasions destructions and killings.

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