Skip to comments.A Case Study in Muslim-Christian Interfaith Dialog
Posted on 02/17/2013 10:11:07 AM PST by Nachum
Or lack thereof. In case todays previous posts didnt highlight the failure of Islamic interfaith dialog, Robert Spencer presents his latest personal experience via PJ Lifestyle » Building Bridges Between Christians and Muslims: A Case Study.:
Does the diocese and the [Boston] Globe think that if people like me are silenced that no one will ever again link Islam to terrorism or depict Islam as an inherently violent religion? Unfortunately, jihadists will continue to do both of these things. ~ Robert Spencer, Jihad Watch
While Christians face escalating persecution from Muslims in Egypt, Nigeria, Pakistan, Malaysia, Indonesia, and elsewhere, the Catholic Church temporizes, ignores the victims, and plays at dialogue with Islamic supremacist groups whose announced intent is to build bridges with non-Muslims. Such bridges are really just proselytizing mechanisms to convert them to Islam, not an attempt to engage in genuine dialogue as the Muslim Brotherhood theorist Sayyid Qutb explained:
The chasm between Islam and Jahiliyyah [the society of unbelievers] is great, and a bridge is not to be built across it so that the people on the two sides may mix with each other, but only so that the people of Jahiliyyah may come over to Islam.
And so it was that I was scheduled to appear at a Catholic Mens Conference in Worcester, Massachusetts, on March 16, until the Roman Catholic bishop of Worcester, Robert McManus, directed that my appearance be canceled. McManus was under pressure from Islamic supremacist groups who were calling and emailing the diocese demanding that he cancel my appearance. Ive been informed from sources close to the events that they were asked to call the diocese and demand the cancellation by a Boston Globe reporter named Lisa J. Wangsness, who appears to have instigated the entire controversy, although she
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My idea of Muslim-Christain inter-cult/faith dialog: Leave my country and go back to your desert and enjoy the pleasures of your camels and goats.
For those who watch the EWTN channel, there was an hour-long program on the fearful persecution of Christians by muslims in Iraq after Saddam Hussein was removed or after “democracy” was established in that country.
“We’ll bring Bibles!”
“We’ll bring knives!”
You cannot have or expect to have peace talks with persons when the only choices they give you are to go their way or die.
Inbred, pedophile-worshipping misogynists are offensive.
Get the #311 out of my country.
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