Pope Francis Makes Treacherous Pact With Sheikh Ahmed-al Tayeb Head Of Al-Azhar Jihad School
Sickening Display Of Affection Highlights The Church's Embrace Of Terrorist Islam
Sealed With A Kiss - Pope Francis Embraces Terrorist Islam
By William Mayer
March 7, 2019 - San Francisco - CA - PipeLineNews.org - In what can only represent the Catholic Church's final descent into madness, on February 4 the renegade Catholic prelate visited Al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt [the oldest jihad school on the planet] and actually kissed Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayeb, the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar Mosque [the central locus of al-Azhar] on the lips [!].
Dating from 970, al-Azhar is the second oldest teaching institution in the world and represents the focal point of the Sunni world.
As reported by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty:
As part of the proceedings, the Vatican produced a suitably duplicitous propaganda document containing the following bizarre language:
So under this construction, Islam emerges as a strongly alluded to "religion of peace" from within the bosom of the new internationalist/Marxist version of Catholic "orthodoxy" in Rome.
Francis has made anti-traditionalism, collectivism and a refusal to defend the imperiled Christians in the Middle East and Muslim Africa central in his remaking of the second oldest of the major religions.
For example, in a piece written in 2015, this author reported the following:
As if to drive home Francis' schismatic version of Catholic dogma, during the above reference pilgrimage, he drank cocaine tea with the Communist dictator of Bolivia, Evo Morales, who to make matters even more otherworldly, presented Francis with a hybrid Crucifix/Marxist hammer and cycle!
Thus with Francis' supposed sealing of the breach with the Saudis and revolutionary communists the question remains as to when, if ever, will he rise to the defense of Christianity that is under global siege by both the Islamists as well as the Marxist left?
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