“The lives of 19 religious men and women martyred during the Algerian civil war are a testament to God’s plan of love and peaceful coexistence between Christians and Muslims, Pope Francis said.”
The very idea that Muslims murdering Christians is somehow a ‘testament to God’s love’ is a ludicrous notion to say the least. This from the man that is on record as saying that ‘Islamic terrorism does not exist‘. Pope Francis is a master at the ‘down is up’ Orwellian doublespeak that has been a hallmark of his reign as king of Vatican City.
On December 8, Pope Francis waved his bony little fingers and declared that Muslims murdering Algerian Christians is a ‘great sign of brotherhood’, and just to put a happy face emoji on the whole thing, he gave the Algerian people a little present. In exchange for everyone feeling good about Muslims killing 19 Algerians, he put on his papal fish hat and declared them all to be ‘saints’ of the Catholic Church. Let that sink in for a little bit.
If the pope declared them all to be saints, would it be OK if Muslim terrorists killed 19 of your friends and family? Pope Francis says it’s God’s plan for ‘peaceful coexistence’ with Muslims. What do you think? Comment below.
Algerian martyrs murdered by Muslim terrorists bear witness to Christian-Muslim peace, Pope Francis says
FROM JIHAD WATCH: A more serious analyst would note that they were, after all, murdered, so they might not be that great a testimony to peaceful coexistence between Christians and Muslims. But this is the Pope who has said that “Muslim terrorism does not exist.” So he affirms that “by beatifying our 19 brothers and sisters, the church wishes to bear witness to her desire to continue to work for dialogue, harmony and friendship,” ignoring the fact that the murder of these people drowned their desire for “dialogue, harmony and friendship” in their own blood.
“Algerian martyrs bear witness to Christian-Muslim peace, Pope Francis says,” by Catholic Register, December 10, 2018:
VATICAN CITY – The lives of 19 religious men and women martyred during the Algerian civil war are a testament to God’s plan of love and peaceful coexistence between Christians and Muslims, Pope Francis said.
Both Christians and Muslims in Algeria “have been victims of the same violence for having lived, with faithfulness and respect for each other, their duties as believers and citizens in this blessed land. It is for them, too, that we pray and express our grateful tribute,” the Pope said.
“By beatifying our 19 brothers and sisters, the church wishes to bear witness to her desire to continue to work for dialogue, harmony and friendship,” the Pope said. “We believe that this event, which is unprecedented in your country, will draw a great sign of brotherhood in the Algerian sky for the whole world.”
Among those who were beatified were Blessed Christian de Cherge and six of his fellow Trappists – Fathers Christophe Lebreton, Bruno Lemarchand and Celestin Ringeard as well as Brothers Luc Dochier, Michel Fleury and Paul Favre-Miville – who were murdered in 1996 by members of the Armed Islamic Group in Tibhirine, Algeria….
Several months after their deaths, Blessed Pierre Claverie, bishop of Oran, was assassinated along with his driver by an explosive device. According to the website of the Dominican Order of Preachers, his death was mourned also by Muslims who considered him “their bishop.”
Pope Francis said that all Algerians are heirs of the great message of love that began with St. Augustine of Hippo and continued with the martyred religious men and women “at a time when all people are seeking to advance their aspiration to live together in peace.” READ MORE
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