Does Cardinal O”Connor, The Head Of The Catholic Church In England, Really Want More Mosques To Be Built?
By ibn Misr on December 26, 2007 7:26 AM
The head of the Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales called on people to do more to welcome immigrants to Britain in his Christmas address today.
Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor, Archbishop of Westminster, used his Christmas Homily to highlight the needs of the excluded and the importance of Christian compassion towards the less fortunate
“The event we call Christmas, the birth of Jesus is evidently meant for everyone,” he said, stressing that it was important that Christians “should seek to ensure that nothing and nobody remains untouched by the tidings of comfort and joy that came from heaven on the first Christmas night”.
What a sweet Christmas ‚ present to Millions of Muslims seeking to come to the West for better madrassas.
That’s how, thanks in big part to the misinterpretation of turning the other cheek, and suicidal Christian compassion similar to what Cardinal O’Connor is preaching that the whole ancient Christian world that was the birth place of Christianity was lost. ‚ With the majority of its native Christian populations forced by the sword of Islam on their necks to convert. The rest were either massacred, fled to the West or living as, not 2nd or 3rd or 10th class, but as “no” class dhimmi citizens in their own native countries under the Shari’a law stipulating “that no Muslim should be killed in Qisas (equality in punishment) for killing a Kafir (disbeliever = pig)” Sahih Bukhari, Volume 9, Book 83, Number 50 . That resulted in daily killing of Christians that the Cardinal didn’t care to mention.
We don’t talk only from references in “holy” books but from realities of Islam in action on the field. The references are to educate and provide the proofs to those who don’t know (yet) the justifications from where Muslims take their code of “conduct” .
Did the Cardinal had in mind when he mentioned “the tidings of comfort and joy that came from heaven on the first Christmas night should insure that nobody remains untouched ” to include the building of houses of worship for the moon god (mosques) and madrassas to the tune of 100’s of millions of British pounds from Catholic tax payers’ pockets and fill the air with the “gospel” of “Allah Akbar” . Calling the “believers” to come and curse the “sons of apes and pigs” 17 times a day.
If that’s the case, then the Cardinal should be more attentive and in tune with his higher authority, Pope Benedict (that I personally consider one of the most courageous voice in the Western world), who has given several warnings of the Islamisation of Europe.
Unless the Cardinal have a long range vision (that only God .. and maybe me too.. knows about it) of diverting some of the most lucrative Mecca’s business to make London compete for the Hajj pilgrims second destination.
Or unless, God forbid, I misunderstood Cardinal O’Connor. In case what he meant is to welcome the Christians fleeing for their lives from the Islamic conquered territories, not to forget from Bethlehem itself and show more compassion towards them.
The sweet part of the story is the voting of 86% (so far) of the British people telling the Cardinal ” thanks .. but no thanks” .
I encourage all British people to use that poll and send a loud clear message, not only to the Cardinal, but to all their officials that are still living in lalaland and preaching the merits of the “religion of rest in peace”
We should all remember, including Cardinal O’Connor, that the same Lord that told us to love our enemies, also told us “Do not give dogs what is sacred; do not throw your pearls to pigs. If you do, they may trample them under their feet, and then turn and tear you to pieces.” Matthew 7:6
Isn’t that what we were reminded of just yesterday, as a Christmas greeting, by one of those, who’s kids and wife (or wives) are living off the compassion of the British people.
This is not to be ‚ perceived in any way, shape or form as criticizing the Catholic Church. I’m just commenting about the statements of a responsable man in that Church, and no man is above criticism.