Sunday, September 17, 2006


You'd think so judging from the recent headlines. All it comes down to is that the Holy Father made a cack-handed reference to an obscure Byzantine emperor who thought the Prophet was a bit of an evil wanker.
His comments caused 'uproar' in the muslim world. Effigies of the pope were burned in Pakistan. Behaviour that is not normally seen outside of Lewes in Sussex.

The Vatican have defended the speech by claiming that God's representative on earth was just trying to point out that spreading the word on the end of a sword is a bad thing. This, of course, prompts thoughts of Papal pots and Islamic kettles. The Crusades anyone???


Blogger Aurora said...

you cannot fight the dark with more darkness...

darkness can only be eradicated with pure light...

5:41 PM  

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