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Just Prior to the Egyptian "Uprising"...Something Happened...and Nobody Noticed... *PIC*

After Recalling Egypt's Ambassador (to the Vatican), Did Mubarak Continue to Defy the Pope???

The Egyptian government continued to criticize the Pope's words...

January 25, 2011

VATICAN -- ISLAM -- EGYPT

Al Azhar Also Expected in Assisi...

Suspension of dialogue with the Vatican concerns Egyptian Church. For days, Patriarch Naguib, spokesman for the bishops and Catholic communities has submitted to the Egyptian government and the imam of Al Azhar, the Arabic translation of the Pope's speech that led to the apparent freeze. Accusations against Al Jazeera, of intentionally misrepresenting the papal message. In both east and west growing need for real religious freedom against terrorism and secularism...

Rome (AsiaNews) - The decision of Al Azhar to "freeze" dialogue with the Vatican continues to surprise and pain Egyptian Christians. The spokesman of the Coptic Catholic Church, Fr. Rafic Greich has expressed regret over the Islamic University’s decision and his hopes that dialogue will resume. Vatican figures above all hope that Al Azhar will not miss the meeting with representatives of world religions in Assisi in October, wanted by Benedict XVI to remember the 25 years since the first meeting - at the time of John Paul II - and revive the "spirit of Assisi."


Unfortunately, Al Azhar and the Egyptian government continue to criticize the pope's words who – they maintain - asked the Western governments to defend Christians on New Year’s day. In addition, they accuse the pope of only being concerned for Christians and of not taking to heart "the violence faced by Muslims in Iraq and Afghanistan."


In fact, the pontiff's words were: “the threatening tensions of the moment and, especially, before the discrimination, abuse and religious intolerance that today are striking Christians in particular (cf. ibid., n. 1), I once again address a pressing invitation not to give in to discouragement and resignation. I urge everyone to pray so that the efforts made by various parties to promote and build peace in the world may be successful. For this difficult task words do not suffice; what is needed is the practical and constant effort of the leaders of Nations, and it is necessary above all that every person be motivated by the authentic spirit of peace, to be implored ever anew in prayer and to be lived in daily relations in every environment.”

The satellite channel al-Jazeera, and many Western media short circuited in their titles, summarizing the words of Benedict XVI in a "The Pope calls on Western governments to defend the Christians in the Middle East." In short, a new kind of crusade...

LINK:
http://www.asianews.it/news-en/Al-Azhar-also-expected-in-Assisi-20592.html

Related...

Egypt Recalls Ambassador to Protest Pope Comments
http://romenews-tribune.com/pages/full_story/push?article-Egypt+recalls+ambassador+to+protest+Pope+comments%20&id=10966947

Egypt, Angry Over Pope’s Remarks, Recalls Ambassador
http://www.ethicsdaily.com/egypt-angry-over-pope-s-remarks-recalls-ambassador-cms-17285-printer
http://www.religionnews.com/index.php?/rnspremiumtext/egypt_angry_over_popes_remarks_recalls_ambassador/
http://www.christiancentury.org/article/2011-01/egypt-angry-over-popes-remarks-recalls-ambassador

Muslim Seminary Ends Talks With Vatican Over Pope's Comments
http://www.christiancentury.org/article/2011-01/muslim-seminary-ends-talks-vatican-over-popes-comments

Coptic Christians Worry About Future Without Mubarak
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703439504576116222399438428.html?mod=fox_australian

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MUBARAK CONTINUED TO DEFY THE POPE ???
The Egyptian government continued to criticize the Pope's words...
...and the whole world became their enemy... Undecided

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