Dusty knows but I used to write on a site that had a few very Rabid right wing Bush supporters than never missed an opportunity to let me know that Bush was the best thing to God and the most Religious righteous man on the planet and the savior of the world. One in particular! She said we cannot be true Christians because we are Democrats. So I said all those perverted Priests must be Republicans then.
Anyway I heard continuously from them that Bush was working to bring about the End Of Days described in the Bible. They said they were ready and asked me if I was hell no! Knowing that in his own words he talks to God directly and God told him to go into the middle east and settle their problems and knowing how the hell he created in Iraq would spread throughout the entire middle east then the entire world I could only come to the conclusion years ago that this was exactly what the chief idiot was doing.
I have always been very suspicious of the fact that Bush and Israel were trying to create their new middle east order and Israel while being very combative could do no wrong. This morning I compiled six very important stories that I hope to run into during the course of the day amongst you because I find it of the utmost importance to talk about what the Pope said attacking Iran at the Jewish Congress and the worlds Muslim leaders plan on rolling out to the Pope today. The "survival of the world" is at stake if Muslims and Christians do not make peace with each other, leaders of the Muslim world will warn the Pope and other Christian leaders today.
Listen to the stalemate and think about the horror that was just announced! First The Pope attacked Iran as he pledged to help world Jewish leaders in their fight against anti-Semitism. Pope Benedict XVI told leaders of the World Jewish Congress that Iran was “an issue of big concern” to him. At a meeting at the Vatican, the Pope spoke of his concern about rising anti-Semitism and described how he wanted to use educational tools to counter the hatred of the Iranian leadership towards the Jewish people and Israel.
Maram Stern, secretary general of the World Jewish Congress said after the audience: “We thanked the Holy Father for everything he did for the Jewish people, and more importantly what he will do.” Speaking to journalists in Rome, he said the Pope had “recognized the question of Iran as an issue of big concern for him.” Members of the congress discussed the critical problem of “resurgent anti-Semitism” in Europe. Britain itself has seen a marked rise in anti-Semitism, linked to increasing anti-Zionism and to events in the Middle East.
In a statement after the audience, the congress said members of the delegation “called on the Pontiff to take action against those in the Church who wanted to do damage to the close and positive relationship between Christians and Jews”. The delegation also discussed with the Pope the importance of dialogue with moderate Muslims. The congress’s visit to Rome was an important step in re-establishing it as a player in the ongoing fight against anti-Semitism on the world stage after it was itself riven by controversy over funds and other matters over recent months. Iran’s government, which has the largest Jewish community living in the Middle East outside Israel, numbering 20,000, repeatedly denies that it is anti-Semitic. Nevertheless, shortly after his election in 2005, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called for Israel to be “wiped from the map” and described the Holocaust as a “myth”. Pope attacks Iran
Do you realize Jews and the Pope are actually drawing the sides in this still developing war in the middle east?
Meanwhile Muslim leaders are warning the Pope that the survival of the world is at stake. The "survival of the world" is at stake if Muslims and Christians do not make peace with each other, leaders of the Muslim world will warn the Pope and other Christian leaders today. In an unprecedented open letter signed by 138 leading scholars from every sect of Islam, the Muslims plead with Christian leaders "to come together with us on the common essentials of our two religions" and spell out the similarities between passages of the Bible and the Koran.
The scholars state: "As Muslims, we say to Christians that we are not against them and that Islam is not against them - so long as they do not wage war against Muslims on account of their religion, oppress them and drive them out of their homes." The phrasing has echoes of the New Testament passage: "He that is not with me is against me" - a passage used by President George Bush when addressing a joint session of Congress nine days after 9/11. The Muslims call instead for the emphasis to be on the shared characteristics of world's two largest faiths.
The letter, addressed to Pope Benedict XVI, to the Orthodox Church's Patriarch of Constantinople, Bartholomew 1 and all the other Orthodox Patriarchs and to the Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams and the leaders of all other Protestant churches worldwide, will be rolled out around the world this morning in a series of press conferences beginning in Jordan.
It is supported by the Bishop of London, the Right Rev Richard Chartres. The Muslims even quote passages verbatim from the Bible, extremely rare in a publication of this kind and at this level and an indication of their resolve to bring the two faiths together and end the present tensions between them. The letter continues: "With the terrible weaponry of the modern world; with Muslims and Christians intertwined everywhere as never before, no side can unilaterally win a conflict between more than half of the world's inhabitants. Thus our common future is at stake. The very survival of the world itself is perhaps at stake." Muslim Leaders warn worlds survival at stake
Four years ago I wrote The Cycle's of Life and updated it two years ago. I said we are attempting to go against the natural cycles of man's and the planets life by heading down the road of world war at a time where it is no longer survivable by man or the planet as our weapons are too powerful today to survive. The world must come together as one. There is no other way. The Dire consequences
Muslims, Christians, middle east