Former Pope Benedict Confesses Arab Prostitutes in the Vatican

When plugging “Patriarch” or “Bishop” in Arabic on Google, what type of spiritual prostitution that is found should surprise western Catholics, but is of no surprise to us from the Middle East who are used to reading daily the statements from the highest ranks frothing with virulent anti-Semitic rhetoric made under the banner of “peace making”.

The top Arab Catholic leader in Lebanon, Patriarch of the Lebanon-based Maronite Syrian Catholic Church, Bechara Boutros al-Rai, says that the “core issue” of Middle East problems stem from Israel, “We are a nation looking for love and peace that we lost at home following the Arab-Israeli conflict”.

According to al-Rai’, the problem is that, “Jerusalem should not become Jewish because this is a great offense against Christianity, Islam and even towards the Jewish religion.” To support this cause, Al-Rai’ even sends his representative Abdo Abu Kasam to the Iranian Embassy in Lebanon to celebrate the notorious anti-Israel event, “Day of Jerusalem.”

For anyone who objects, Al-Rai’ has an answer: “There are those who want to patronize in Islam and Christianity a clash of civilization and are working to raise this conflict, but we are in Lebanon. We took the challenge that Islam and Christianity are living together and are one and are the wealth of mankind, and this is our goal, which we are working towards. We as Christians in Lebanon, our mission and our responsibility is to tell the Western world that Islam is the great wealth and value.”

Al-Rai’ is concerned that the “sons of the Middle East should not lose their Christian and Muslim identity” adding that, “The importance of this country [Lebanon] has spread the truth about Christianity and Islam to the world.” Officially he affirms that “Hezbollah arming itself is legitimate,” which conflicts with 70% of the Christian views in Lebanon.

What is so rarely circulated in the West is how it was Christian Arab Patriarchs and Bishops who infiltrated one major controversial decision in the Vatican, Nostra Aetate, which recognized Islam. Explaining how all this happened, came from the top when former Pope Benedict XVI last year revealed confessing that such unprecedented recognition of Islam stemmed from “bishops of the Arab countries”. The reason? They objected the recognition by Vatican of the Holocaust. When discussions began regarding Catholic-Jewish relations, Benedict revealed:

“ … to deepen and renew Christian awareness of this [The Holocaust] … the Arab countries—the bishops of the Arab countries—were unhappy about this: they feared somewhat a glorification of the State of Israel, which naturally they did not want. They said: fine, a truly theological statement about the Jewish people is good, it is necessary, but if you speak about that, speak of Islam too; only then will there be a balance …”— Pope Benedict on Nostra aetate, Tuesday, 19 March 2013.



Benedict then confesses the grave sin:

“In the process of active reception, a weakness of this otherwise extraordinary text has gradually emerged: it speaks of religion solely in a positive way and it disregards the sick and distorted forms of religion which, from the historical and theological viewpoints, are of far-reaching importance; for this reason the Christian faith, from the outset, adopted a critical stance towards religion, both internally and externally.”

The Christian Arab leaders ignore what Benedict stated, selling the blood of Jews and of saints who perished in the Holocaust for cheap to appease the mother harlot in Mecca. As one can clearly see, the language of Nostra Aetate, when it comes to Islam, reflects the exact sentiment of the Arab clergy. After Al-Rai’ appointed in the U.S., Bishop Abdallah Zeidan, we sent Theodore Shoebat (last week) to visit Zeidan and introduce Rescue Christians and offer financial aid for the plight of the Christians suffering under the yoke of Islam in Syria. Zeidan and his team objected, more important to them than accepting American aid to rescue lives was that Theodore’s use of the word “Islam” with “persecution of Christians,” was inaccurate.

They ‘corrected’ him with language that neither Islam nor Muslims have any animosity said that “the Muslims’ have great respect for Mary, and Jesus,” that, “Islam has much in common with Christianity and Catholicism,” and that Muslims “worship One God.” They said all of this as a reflection to Nostra Aetate. When Theodore noticed he was speaking to heretics, he courageously reminded them of the destruction of churches and of the golden history when the church was fearless in dealing with the heresy of Islam, and Zeidan simply denounced such a ‘golden age’ and brushed away this whole history off by saying, “Thank God we don’t live in those times.”

The problem is that the Spiritual prostitutes are the leading officials who represent the suffering Christians in the Middle East and is why we had to resort to courageous nuns like Hatune Dogan and her team of women who, unlike such cowards, clearly expose the truth and visit the danger zone.

From Orthodox Patriarch Theophilos III of Jerusalem to the Patriarch of Antioch Gregory III Laham, who heads the second-largest Catholic community in Lebanon, they all prostitute themselves rushing to stand with Islam against the Jews while providing token words for the suffering. Laham when criticizing the terrorist slogan “Islam is the solution,” he pre-qualified it saying, “I do not hear nothing but the slogan Islam is the solution. What we should say is that Christianity and Islam are the solution” while promising to influence the Pope to recognize the Palestinian state.

Another Patriarch, the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, Fouad Twal laments that the presence of Christians in the Holy Land is at risk declining to ten thousand and could be down to five thousand by the year 2016. Twal never blamed the rise of Islam in the region, but “the discrimination practiced by the Israelis against the Christians and Muslims alike,” since the population of the occupied territories are “subject entirely to the Israeli army.”

Another spiritual prostitute for Islam is Patriarch Michel Sabbah. He supports what he and the others term as “Arabism”: “history shows that the Arab Christian and the Arab Muslim are certainly two wings of Arabism which together form one civilization, that is the Arab civilization,” adding that what threatens this is, “Israeli occupation policies, especially toward the suffering of Jerusalem and Islamic historical monuments which is exposed to repeated violations at the hands of colonialists Zionist settlers against all the Muslim and Christian holy sites.”

Sabbah expresses that he is “against the Judaization of the holy city and the Judaization of the history and geography of the Palestinian land.”

This is not unusual to find the Arab Patriarchs and Bishops become spiritual prostitutes for Muslim terrorists. In my youth, I have organized demonstrations calling for Israel to release, Catholic archbishop Hilarion Capucci, who for years smuggled explosives from Jordan when the Israeli police finally arrested him in 1974 and sentenced him to only twelve years in prison.

The Vatican got him released two years later, of course. These days, Hilarion is an “aged” prostitute who is still put to use in the Gaza flotillas that have challenged Israeli Defense Forces. Why does he do all this? Capucci stated, “Jesus is the first fidayee [terrorist]”. These are all perhaps confused; Jesus was a friend of prostitutes and not spiritual prostitutes.

Please support Rescue Christians and email the Vatican ([email protected]), and demand that they replace these infiltrators and hirelings.

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TJinNJ
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TJinNJ

it’s simply the Stockholm Syndrome..

Alejandro I. Sanchez
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Alejandro I. Sanchez

For clarification purposes, Nostra Aetate was promulgated in October of 1965. It was initially intended as a statement concerning our Jewish brethren but as Pope Benedict stated on Feburary 14, not March 19th, it became an ecumenical document after, first, the insistence of Arab bishops, then because of Asian bishops who stressed the need to mention Hindu and Buddhists as well. This is not a theological document but a document meant to begin dialogues with other religions to promote peace. The meat of the document, however, explains very charitably the closeness of Jews and Christians. It’s a short document if anyone cares to read it. http://www.vatican.va/archive/hist_councils/ii_vatican_council/documents/vat-ii_decl_19651028_nostra-aetate_en.html There seems to be much hostility toward the Catholic Church in the comments here, and while I recognize there have been many instances where the Church has failed, I don’t see how one could draw from Pope Benedict’s own statements, proof of “Arab prostitutes… Read more »

Woody
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Woody

Great, an educated man; thus, far I have only found educated ladies on this site, thank goodness for my lovelies.

American Duckie
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American Duckie

Since you’re having a hard time finding anyone here as brilliant as you, feel free to leave. Let me help you to the door.

badbadlibs
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badbadlibs

Thank you, American. He’s not only full of himself, he’s rude. Glad to see him gone. smile

American Duckie
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American Duckie

I had no patience for it. Me too. Thanks sis.

badbadlibs
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badbadlibs

He was a ding a ling! Good grief, where do these nutty professors come from! wink

colliemum
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colliemum

I guess these ‘bishops’ haven’t read the Gospel in a very long time, if ever.
Someone tell them to think hard about John 14, 6 and what that means!

American Duckie
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American Duckie

Amen mum!

Woody
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Woody

Very timely since I posted a reference to this woman archeologist Prof. Margherita Guarducci (1902-1999)., last week: Peter, Lost and Found BradMiner reviews Thomas J. Craughwell’s St.Peter’s Bones,a non-fiction account of the search for the first pope’s final resting place that reads like a thriller. It occurred to me as I began reading Thomas J. Craughwell’s new book, St. Peter’s Bones: How the Relics of the First Pope Were Lost and Found . . . and Then Lost and Found Again, that true knowledge is ever harder to acquire in the Media Age. There is so much information coming at us that it is very difficult to block out the static and cut through to what may reasonably be called the truth. Accordingly, I find myself having to reject the study of many subjects that interest me, simply because I know I haven’t time to do them justice. What a… Read more »

Woody
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Woody

It doesn’t matter; one Protestant will say it means “this” and another “that.” And that is why while the Bible is true, self-interpretation renders it absolutely useless. Protestants follow the Sunday the Pope created, the Christmas day the Pope created, the Easter date the Pope created, and the Bible put together at the Catholic Council of Nicea in 325 A.D. under Constantine, a pagan, and not coming even about for 1517 years afterward know all about it. Good Luck with that. I believe your great Harnack’s words that “they are prejudiced.”

Peter Warner
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Peter Warner

Well, Woody, if you had taken the time to look up the verse colliemum referenced, you’d have found:

‘Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.’ John 14:6 KJV

It would be hard to find two serious Protestants of any denomination who would disagree on the meaning of that passage.

The ecumenical movement, and in particular the ‘Chrislam’ movement, is a violation of God’s Word.

Respectfully, Peter Warner.

Woody
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Woody

Paragraph 3 of your post, if true, is truly a miracle. Paragraph 4 is an opinion which Jesus disagrees with “…that all may be one,,,” thank you Jesus Jesus is One God and does not need 32,700 churches, all saying what they believe Jesus “meant” to say… I got here in a simple truth by James, “Faith without Works is dead.” — 4 paragraphs trying to explain away 5 simple words, or He said, This IS my Body….This IS my Blood…” all kinds of “explain a ways” ..all limiting what God can do and that means we make ourselves “little gods”..God can do anything He desires—one even mocked this truth… And I still can’t get the answer to my quiz– Lutheran: – Martin Luther Anglican/Episcopalian:- King Henry VIII Presbyterian:- Jean Calvin Baptist: – Ulrich Zwingli (I’m not certain about this one) Methodist: – John Wesley Christian Church/Disciples of Christ: –… Read more »

American Duckie
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American Duckie

He also forgave the thief on the cross. What works did the thief do- it was his faith and statement of faith and knowledge that Christ is our salvation which saved him.

Peter Warner
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Peter Warner

Woody wrote: ‘Very respectfully yours’.

That’s very gracious and caring, it is also mutual. Thank you.

The church is not a building, it is a fellowship: If you love Jesus, you are my brother.

Thanks, and all glory, be to God.

Woody
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Woody

yah, how about donald duck, 2,4, 6 & 8?

colliemum
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colliemum

Care to explain?

badbadlibs
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badbadlibs

He’s intellectually incapable of explaining, trust me!
And besides, AmericanDuckie banned the goof ball. smile

slhancock
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slhancock

The Christians living in the Arab areas in Israel ARE under the influence of the PLO, Hamas, etc. They know they have to agree with them or be executed or persecuted. They have learned to blame Israel. They also lied about how Israel treats the Palestinians. The Israelis send dozens of trucks of food daily into these areas, and even when the retaliatory strikes took place because of the rockets launched from Arab-controlled areas, Israel continued to take them the same deliveries. The Arabs who are wounded and taken to Israeli hospitals are treated as well as anyone else, etc. Never will THIS information get out, but we know because we had family living there. The Palestinians learned how to win the war of words. The Israelis are like the republicans, really, who blow it off, thinking that SURELY no one will believe this. But we live in an entertainment… Read more »

PNWShan
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PNWShan

Hm. I wonder what the new pope’s position is on these wolves in sheeps’ clothing, or if he himself is a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

Leende
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Leende

Here we go, more people trying to tear down the church Jesus started, and from a former PLO member.

The Right Scoop
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The Right Scoop

You sound like a liberal.

Alejandro I. Sanchez
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Alejandro I. Sanchez

“You sound like a liberal”??? Seriously?

Leende
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Leende

Really? Because I don’t like somebody who has been a Islamic terrorist all of a sudden converting and then start slamming Catholic’s or whomever. maybe he should just enjoy the grace of God. You trust him I don’t.

American Duckie
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American Duckie

All of a sudden? It was a process like most people. His mother was a Christian. So is his wife. http://www.danielpipes.org/blog/2003/06/walid-shoebat-palestinian-turns-from-radical
I seem to recall a sudden conversion, a guy who persecuted and stoned Christians. His conversion was quick, and he turned out to be ok.

Leende
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Leende

I’m fairly versed in the bible thanks. You follow him if you want to it is nothing to me.

Woody
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Woody

Yes, I will stick with Jesus.

Woody
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Woody

We have a President who “says” he is a Christian,been to church about 3 times? in his presidency, he is the most pro-abortion president in U.S. history and, in the Chicago, he alone blocked a bill which would have saved “babies born alive” for 3 years, “Beware of wolves in sheep’s clothing…”
But this guy did not turn out okay…besides he is in the right church but the wrong pew…

American Duckie
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American Duckie

and the dear leader’s words and actions show his complete disrespect of Bible believing Christians core beliefs. Walid Shoebat does not.

The Right Scoop
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The Right Scoop

No, because you ignore the facts he presented and attack his character.

Typical liberal way of thinking.

Leende
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Leende

You are a if you think I’m a liberal.What a insult!

I guess I can attack his character if I want to. The last time I checked I still have free speech. I don’t know he presented facts. Because he wrote it doesn’t make it true. I mean you are a moderator (with a cap M) are you supposed to take sides?

Woody
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Woody

I can guarantee you are anything but not a liberal

Woody
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Woody

You make me laugh, Leende. Insult is right! You got cajonies (oops-sorry) sometimes my Espanol gets nospanol.

Woody
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Woody

yah, proof on action is always wise. Had a good day today. (I get “locutions” when i am praying) Last night i went on a site (1:30 am) to buy a book; instead I see a Rosary I like so I order it then the HS prompts me (did not know it then) and the little voice in my head says “buy 2 Rosaries…I say i don’t need 2…but the voice continues. So I do (fearing my wife who says you have plenty) This morning I go to donut shop and have a very nice conversation with Heather, and I am telling her about “locutions.” I believe she is Protestant. Then, out of the blue she says, “Are you Catholic” I say “yes.” She says “would you have a Rosary you can give me?” I almost dropped. I found out why the Holy Spirit prompted me to buy that extra… Read more »

American Duckie
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American Duckie

Did you actually read the article, or just see it as a slam on the Catholic church?
Open your eyes. There’s a lot of evil going on- that’s what’s at the heart of this, not a particular denomination.
As for “former PLO member”, you don’t believe people’s hearts can change? Let me rephrase that, you don’t believe Jesus can change people’s hearts??

Judges718
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Judges718

Well said Duckie.

This is not an attack on Catholicism or Arab Christians. It is an exposé of a troubling trend or possible infiltration.

It needs to come to light for the sake of the church, Christendom, and humanity.

Thank you so much Walid for your courage and commitment. I know you risk much my brother.

Leende
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Leende

No I’m not sure he has changed. Yes I believe Jesus can change people. Just because somebody has said they are changed doesn’t mean they have.

American Duckie
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American Duckie

True that anyone can deceive, but reading Mr. Shoebat for a long time, like a lot of folks here have, I haven’t seen anything that looks anything but someone who is trying to spread the word about Jesus- especially to those in the Middle East where he knows the cultures, social and religious mind sets a lot more than Westerners do.

Leende
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Leende

Hey knock yourself out, peace and blessings

Woody
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Woody

I don’t know;I wrote a retort on his bro it was suppressed, so what has he to fear?

Woody
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Woody

“I will be with you until the End of Days. Whatever you bind on earth I will bind in Heaven; whatever you loose upon earth I will loose in Heaven.” Jesus’ words are good enough for me. Jesus’ Church remains the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church for all the ages as He is the only One who has the “authority” to establish His Church. And being God I don’t think He needed any help in doing this and as we can see, like BO, the attempts of mere men have resulted in the mayhem of 32,700+ and still climbing all bible thumping and coming up with a new verse interpretation every day.

American Duckie
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American Duckie

you do realize that a huge part of dear leader’s voter base was Catholics don’t you?
that said, I already responded below. We are to judge by fruits, dear leader’s are rotten, Walid Shoebat’s are not.

Woody
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Woody

Yes, heats can change–ask Obama–he went from bad to worse.

deTocqueville1
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deTocqueville1

Thanks, this is an important subject and seems a piece with the Chrislam activities in America and elsewhere. Our Lord specifically warned of this as did His apostles.

mike3e4r7
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mike3e4r7

Middle Eastern Christians, tell your ‘leaders’, that you will follow them no more. If they want to commit suicide by sleeping with the Devil, let them do so alone.

sjmom
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sjmom

Don’t sound Christian to me. Must be affiliated with “Chrislam”.

wtd
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wtd

“…Islam and Christianity are living together and are one and are the wealth of mankind” Sounds like this fella has been sufficiently subdued and humiliated as he paid submitted his jizya. The Palestinian Authority took control in 1995 and immediately started to discriminate against Christians. Two documentary films by Pierre Rehov cover this topic: FIRST COMES SATURDAY THEN COMES SUNDAY Why has there been a great-and little reported-Christian exodus from the Middle East, with some two million fleeing in the past 20 years alone? This Christian exodus is a result of many factors, including the fighting between Israelis and Palestinians, the related decline of the economy, but perhaps most significantly, the religious persecution these Christians encounter from their Muslim neighbors. “First comes saturday, then comes sunday” is a well known sentence in the Middle East meaning: “First we take care of the Jews (who pray on saturday) then we will… Read more »

Steve Angell
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Steve Angell

Indeed. There is no doubt Christians are persecuted and murdered daily throughout the Muslim world by Islamist.

But one still wonders why these few are allowed to continue within the Catholic Church and why the Pope even visits Muslim Churches and bows towards Mecca as I have seen in pictures.

I guess this is just the hudna treaty he has with Islam.

Woody
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Woody

Fr Pacqua mentioned last week that Muslims in Africa have converted to Chrisitanity by 7-8 million; and these are now the ones taking up arms against the other Muslims; also got a letter today a Brother Andrew today who bascially reiterated Pacqua’s assertion which says “a miracle is taking place right now in countries like Syria, Egypt, and even Iran, saying Muslims … even radical Muslims … are coming to know Christ as their Savior.” So this appears to be a wise Pope … [have no personal experience… but Pacqua’s analysis seems to make sense [he speaks 12 languages fluently including Arabic) he went on to say… “Mohammed did not establish the rule “that if one converts out of Islam – he and his family are put to death,” he gave the name of Mohammed’s successor (can’t pronounce it) but said this dude made this rule and so …Pacqua again–“most… Read more »

Steve Angell
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Steve Angell

My understanding is these converts are because of evangelical Christians not Catholic Priest.

So do not see the connection.

Woody
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Woody

Sounds like normal partisanship; Fr Paqua did not say who converted them to Christianity not did I. Unless you were there you wouldn’t know either – I would guess a movement from a Muslim religion to Christianity is good. After all, Jesus is the reason for the season. God Bless Fr Pacqua sounded quite thrilled over it.

Woody
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Woody

Yes, and a new Crusades are starting in Africa because they are not going to take it anymore. Go Constantine.

TexasPGRRider
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TexasPGRRider

WELCOME, Walid, and Thank You ! ! ! !

toongoon
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toongoon

“…Islam and Christianity are living together and are one and are the wealth of mankind”

Taqiyya cocktails are on the house.

Laurel
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Laurel

I will get back to you when I pick my jaw up off of the floor…..

Woody
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Woody

Except for the black eyes you are quite good looking.

Woody
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Woody

You are hot! Does that make you a hot dog?

iaintlyin
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iaintlyin

“Pray for Israel. Pray for Christianity and Pray that America will have something left in 2 years that it can use to pull itself together after it’s worst inside attack in history.”

TexasPGRRider
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TexasPGRRider

Amen…You aintlyin, for SURE

Woody
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Woody

Perfect! What we need is to deluge the Lord with prayer each and every night so that is is so pleased He can refuse us nothing.

American Duckie
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American Duckie

Holy Moly “Our mission and our responsibility is to tell the Western world that Islam is the great wealth and value.”
Gee that’s funny, here I thought the church mission and responsibility was to tell the WORLD about Jesus and why the World needs the Savior.
The harlot church is solidifying.
Pleasing men, talking about ‘religion’ not the relationship with Christ.
This is pitiful.

badbadlibs
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badbadlibs

Well said, American!
Jesus said the way was narrow and FEW would be that find it.
That nutcase is on the broad way leading straight to hell.

American Duckie
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American Duckie

Amen sister. I pray these people will see the truth, but sadly they seem more interested in positions of prestige and power (a’la Pharisees) than they do about the truth.

Woody
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Woody

How so; I am a lowly garbage man.

Woody
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Woody

Now you got it, “no once saved always saved.” I am with St. Paul, “In fear and trepidation we work out out Salvation.

badbadlibs
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badbadlibs

Working out our own salvation in the terms and dictates the Holy Word of God says, does not mean we get to make up our own version of the plan of salvation.
We are still to obey the Gospel.

Woody
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Woody

Yes, unfortunately with 32,700 Protestant churches all interpreting the Gospel differently they render the Bible useless each with their own “version” of Salvation for if they agreed they would be one, the first of the Marks of the Church established. The Gospel says nothing that would allow we defective humans to establish our own plans. The trick is to find His Gospel with an open mind like Dr. Scott Hahn did.

badbadlibs
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badbadlibs

There’s no “trick” to finding the plan of Salvation.
St. Peter spelled it out clearly in Acts 2:38 when he answered the question of men and brethren, what should we do?

Woody
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Woody

Just read you fellows interpretations here? There is nothing “clear” in the Bible here??? They even reject St. Peter as the Prince of the Apostles even when his name is initialed over 300 times in the catacumbus.

Leende
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Leende

That is in the gospel.

badbadlibs
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badbadlibs

I have no idea what you are trying to say.

Leende
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Leende

“In fear and trepidation we work out out Salvation

That is in the gospels.

Woody
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Woody

That is because she is smarter than you; like most of the women on this site.

badbadlibs
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badbadlibs

Spoken like a representative of your faith. How kind, how Jesus like…..no, wait, Jesus didn’t talk about women like you do.

Woody
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Woody

When we are left to our own multiple interpretations of the “Word of God” we render the Bible useless. I will tell St Paul when I seen him that he has made up “his own version of the Gospel.

badbadlibs
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badbadlibs

You just like to babble. Please don’t respond anymore to my posts. It’s impossible to have an intelligent discussion with you, I’m not sure if English is your first language and that is the problem, or if you just like to argue.
Which ever the case is, I’m done with your posts, please kindly do the same.

Leende
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Leende

mod·er·a·tor noun ˈmä-də-ˌrā-tər

Just in case you don’t understand your roll.

: someone who leads a discussion in a group and tells each person when to speak : someone who moderates a meeting or discussion

Judges718
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Judges718

These alleged Arab Christian Bishops & Patriarchs aren’t advancing Christ or Christianity, they are pursuing appeasement, or worse, they are agents of Islam that now have influence in the Vatican.

Thank you Walid for bringing this to light.

deTocqueville1
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deTocqueville1

I believe the latter is correct. They are subversives and the deceit is countenanced and encouraged in the Koran.

Woody
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Woody

You need to have Faith–God is still in charge.

Judges718
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Judges718

I do.

My lack of faith is in men. Especially men with power.

Woody
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Woody

All power comes from God; see Moses, Aaron, etc., but having a free will screw some men screw it up, e.g. Obama, but the real screwers are the persons who voted for him, a guy who had Harvard hide his grades forever and has never held a job. God Bless

Woody
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Woody

Heraldo is as stupid as Obama–all studies show the alter one’s DNA & IQ, and a doctor has called someones’ prez “stupid.” Has this guy ever got anything right?

Woody
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Woody

“Judge not lest ye be judged.”

ArchAng3l
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ArchAng3l

Heh….Go figure…Satan using a False religion/False teachers to infiltrate and destroy a False religion/False teachers

Not Shocked!!!

Woody
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Woody

Ah, more paranoia; seeing any little devils lately?

Woody
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Woody

Oh, noooo. Another fixated on “Satan,” and he loves an audience. Thus leading him to false conclusions.

K-Bob
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K-Bob

Wow! I’m going to have to read this one two more times. This is amazing.

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Man, this joint is getting really classy. Now we have Walid Shoebat posting!

(I’m going to have to start wearing pants or something, I guess.)

toongoon
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toongoon

A tie would be appropriate
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$73426719
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$73426719

I agree. But under no circumstances should he feel the need to wear both. That would be moving from “classy” to snooty.

Peter Warner
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Peter Warner

That’s painfully funny. At one ex-patriot church I attended for two years, I was the only one in the building wearing a tie.

Woody
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Woody

Yeah, I guess I better put my underwear on

deTocqueville1
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deTocqueville1

Hah, hah.

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