Vatican Expert Reveals Shocking Bombshell Information About Pope And Islam
A Vatican expert who’s written nine books on the Holy See and the men who lead the Catholic church called Monday’s meeting between Pope Francis and Muslim leader Sheikh Ahmed el-Tayeb proof that the current pope has the most credible claim to the title “Friend of Islam” in the world.
Veteran journalist John Allen wasn’t without evidence, according to Breitbart London. Francis condemned the plan for Western strikes in Syria back in 2013, which earned him the love of Grand Mufti Ahmad Badreddin Hassoun.
On Holy Thursday, he washed the feet of Muslim inmates, and has become a champion for the cause of Muslim refugees.
He has also criticized Western powers for attempting to install our form of democracy on places like Iraq and Syria.
When he met with el-Tyeb, he offered him a hug that has been dubbed “hugely symbolic.” He told a small entourage of reporters that “(their) meeting is the message.”
So far, all of this is within reason — here’s the issue. Although the Vatican didn’t release any form of transcript from the conversation, it did say the men focused “on the common commitment of the authorities and faithful of the great religions to peace in the world, the rejection of violence and terrorism, the situation of Christians in the context of conflict and tension in the Middle East, and their protection.”
This piece can easily slide into the appearance of hate-mongering — that is not its end. This is about the pope not doing his job correctly.