Bondskanselier Angela Merkel: ‘islam is niet de bron van terreur’
Roept Rusland en moslimlanden op tot samenwerking tegen terreur
(met dank overgenomen van
Op de veiligheidsconferentie in München, met Amerikaanse vicepresident Mike Pence in het publiek, riep Merkel op tot samenwerking met Rusland in de strijd tegen islamitische terreur, aldus persbureau Reuters. Wel stelde zij dat islam zelf niet de bron van terreur is, en dat het van essentieel belang is om islamitische landen te betrekken in terreurbestrijding.
De islamitische terrorist Anis Amri reed in december vorig jaar op een Berlijnse kerstmarkt 12 mensen dood met een truck. In heel Europa worden al jaren aanslagen gepleegd door moslimextremisten en reizen honderden mensen af naar Syrië om zich aan te sluiten bij de terroristen van Islamitische Staat.
De islambronnen: koran/ahadith/leven Mohammed/Umma roepen eensgezind, dat alle niet-moslims “kafirs” zijn, dimmy’s , minderwaardige mensen dus en dat het kalifaat moet worden gevestigd.
Dat weten Abutaleb, Marcouch, paus Franciscus, Angela en Mohbama donders goed.
En de ‘gristenlijken-unie” ook, maar Segers blijft roepen, dat het om “dezelfde God” gaat in Bijbel en koran en dat de islam een “gelijkwaardige religie ” is.
Het hele zootje landverraders in ons parlement en koningshuis heeft decennia lang meegewerkt aan de import van goed” zijn er dan toch wel, ook niet te ontkennen na al die aanslagen.
Wat een hypocriete bende.
Zie hieronder de duivelse paus met dezelfde leugens als “wir schaffen es-Merkel”.
En lees dit nog even
Wie niet waarschuwt voor de islam, heeft het bloed van de slachtoffers van de islam aan diens handen!
Niettemin: shabbath shalom, want JHWH heeft het laatste Woord.
Ben Kok (joods-chr. pastor)
“What he apparently meant is that not all Christians are terrorists and not all Muslims are terrorists—a fact evident to all—yet his words also seemed to suggest that no specifically Islamic form of terrorism exists in the world, an assertion that stands in stark contradiction to established fact.”
Indeed. Pope Francis is not only disastrously wrongheaded about an obvious fact that is reinforced by every day’s headlines, but he is also deceiving and misleading his people about a matter of utmost importance, and keeping them ignorant and complacent about a growing and advancing threat.
“Leave them; they are blind guides. And if a blind man leads a blind man, both will fall into a pit.” (Matthew 15:14)
“Pope Francis: ‘Muslim Terrorism Does Not Exist,’” by Thomas D. Williams, Breitbart, February 17, 2017:
In an impassioned address Friday, Pope Francis denied the existence of Islamic terrorism, while simultaneously asserting that “the ecological crisis is real.”
“Christian terrorism does not exist, Jewish terrorism does not exist, and Muslim terrorism does not exist. They do not exist,” Francis said in his speech to a world meeting of populist movements.
What he apparently meant is that not all Christians are terrorists and not all Muslims are terrorists—a fact evident to all—yet his words also seemed to suggest that no specifically Islamic form of terrorism exists in the world, an assertion that stands in stark contradiction to established fact.
“No people is criminal or drug-trafficking or violent,” Francis said, while also suggesting—as he has on other occasions—that terrorism is primarily a result of economic inequalities rather than religious beliefs. “The poor and the poorer peoples are accused of violence yet, without equal opportunities, the different forms of aggression and conflict will find a fertile terrain for growth and will eventually explode.”
The Pope also reiterated his conviction that all religions promote peace and that the danger of violent radicalization exists equally in all religions.
“There are fundamentalist and violent individuals in all peoples and religions—and with intolerant generalizations they become stronger because they feed on hate and xenophobia,” he said.
While denying the existence of Islamic terrorism, Francis also seemed to condemn the denial of global warming, asserting that “the ecological crisis is real.”
“A very solid scientific consensus indicates that we are presently witnessing a disturbing warming of the climatic system,” he said.
We know “what happens when we deny science and disregard the voice of Nature,” the Pope said. “Let us not fall into denial. Time is running out. Let us act. I ask you again—all of you, people of all backgrounds including native people, pastors, political leaders—to defend Creation.”
While acknowledging that science is not “the only form of knowledge,” and that “science is not necessarily ‘neutral’” and often “conceals ideological views or economic interests,” he still insisted that people of good will should not oppose “scientific consensus” regarding global warming.
Leftist media like the liberal Guardian in the U.K. immediately politicized the speech, predictably claiming that the Pope was backing “anti-Trump protests,” despite the fact that the Pope himself denied such a claim, explicitly declaring that “I am not speaking of anyone in particular.”
“I am not speaking of anyone in particular, I am speaking of a social and political process that flourishes in many parts of the world and poses a grave danger for humanity,” he said.
Moreover, although the Guardian claimed that the Pope was “condemning populism,” in point of fact, he was speaking to populist movements and praised their commitment to democracy.
“The direction taken beyond this historic turning-point,” Francis said, “will depend on people’s involvement and participation and, largely, on yourselves, the popular movements.”
Nevertheless, the Vatican’s Secretary of State, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, said Monday that the Holy See is concerned over growing populist and nationalist movements, both in Europe and in the United States.
In an interview for the Italian evening news on the state-owned RAI network, the Cardinal was asked whether the Vatican is worried about what the interviewer called “the spread of nationalism and populism not only in Europe but also in the United States with Donald Trump.”
“I think so, I think so,” Parolin said. “Certainly these closings are not a good sign,” since many of them “are born of fear, which is not a good counselor.”…