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The left and Islamism - The church and Islamism

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Bethlehem (The church's failure to defend Christians)

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The church and Islamism

Oddly enough, the main Christian churches over the last number of years have developed what might be called a "left-wing foreign policy" - anti-America, anti-Britain, anti-Israel, and generally sympathetic to Arab and Muslim causes and foreign tyranny.

The Christian churches are clearly going to be of no help in the current war to protect (among other things) their world too.

Online game - Bash the Bishop! (With a sponge)
"a game to relieve you of your Sharia stress"
From The Sun. They may be a dumbed-down tabloid, but they sure know what we all feel like doing every time we see that idiot Rowan Williams.

The Anglican Church

Rowan Williams

The two most annoying, irritating men in Britain must be Prince Charles and the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams.

Rowan Williams supports Islamic law

Rowan Williams is "International Dhimmi of the Year" in the 2008 Jihad Watch awards.

From Dry Bones Blog.

Rowan Williams on other topics

There is it seems no topic on which Rowan Williams will not inflict his idiotic left-wing views on us.

For 10 years he has been reading some left-wing rubbish in the Guardian, and then announcing it to the world as the position of the Church of England.

Michael Nazir-Ali

Other Anglicans

Anti-Israel Anglican vicar Stephen Sizer poses with Jew-hating Islamic fundamentalist Raed Salah.
From here.

Anti-Israel dhimmi Karin Brothers, of Canada's largest Protestant church, takes to the stage in Toronto, Aug 2011, with a load of fanatic Khomeinists who want to enslave her under Islamic law. See the other speeches.
This is the annual festival of Islamic terrorism and Jew hatred called "Quds Day".

EAPPI and the WCC

EAPPI’s Chain Reaction magazine, Issue 6, Summer 2007, advocates hacking attacks against Israel.
Shame on the World Council of Churches and anyone who associates with them.
Note their support for the anti-Israel Irish charity Trocaire.

Church of Ireland

The Catholic Church

In 1949, Vatican Radio described Zionism as a new Nazism.
(Not that the Vatican was particularly opposed to actual Nazism during the war.)
From The Harp and the Shield of David: Ireland, Zionism and the State of Israel by Shulamit Eliash, 2007, p.94.

Saddam meets his comrade Arafat in hell in 2006.
From here. Cartoon by Chip Bok in the Akron Beacon Journal.
The Vatican disagrees. They think the Jew-killer Arafat is in paradise.

Pope Francis

Evil is welcomed to the Vatican:
Tyrannies represented at the inauguration of Pope Francis in Mar 2013 include Bahrain, Belarus, Cuba, Russia and Zimbabwe.
In this video (at 0:52) Pope Francis bows to the Zimbabwean butcher Mugabe at his inauguration, 19 Mar 2013.
A new start? Doesn't look like it.
A church that takes a stand for morality and against evil? Doesn't look like it.

Pope Francis comes out against a US strike on Assad's Syria, 2 Sept 2013: "War never again! Never again war!"
I criticise the Pope to his face: "Are you the same fellow who defended the Falklands invasion by Argentina?"
Isn't Twitter fun!

Pope Francis prays at the Israeli wall in Bethlehem, May 2014, in a morally creepy image.
It is not totally clear what it means.
Is he giving thanks to the wall for ending suicide bombing?
Or is he the fool I always thought he was?

Bethlehem (The church's failure to defend Christians)

"whereas on politics his statements display a passionate certainty that exceeds the amount of thought invested in their construction, the opposite is true of his approach to church matters."
- The Times, leader, 9 Nov 2010, on Rowan Williams, the idiot Archbishop of Canterbury, who spends all his time attacking Western democracies on political matters with his latest half-baked opinions from The Guardian, while largely ignoring the decline of his church and the terrible persecution of Christians worldwide.

"More recently he has cultivated a special affection for one faith in particular. Unfortunately it is not his own."
- Daniel Johnson, July/Aug 2011, on the love of Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, for Islam.
I am not even a Christian, but I wish that Rowan Williams would defend and promote Christianity. How must actual Christians feel?

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