As the Islamic genocide against Christians and other “infidels” goes on and on in the Middle East, jihadists shouting "allahu akbar" (God is great) invaded a Catholic church in Normandy France during mass on July 26th. They beheaded an 85-year-old priest and seriously injured a nun. Yet while declaring that “the world is at war,” Pope Francis refused to acknowledge that this war has any religious component.
Pope Francis explained to journalists accompanying him from Rome to Poland that the war he was referring to was “a war of interests, for money, resources.” He added: “Religions don’t want war. The others want war.”
The jihadists who beheaded the priest, seriously injured a nun and terrorized worshippers did not select the church for their attack in order to steal money from the church’s donation box. They selected the church to harm Christians – just because they were Christians.
A religion can be defined in terms of a particular set of values, doctrines and practices organized around a fundamental belief in a divine power. Religious doctrines and practices move from mere words to actions by those who make them the central part of their identity......To Read More......