December 31, 2006
Someone’s in Trouble (by guest blogger Julia)
The Roman Catholic bishop of Cordoba in southern Spain has rejected an appeal from Muslims for the right to pray in the city’s cathedral, a former mosque [in the 13th Century]. Juan Jose Asenjo rejected the request made by Spain’s Islamic Board in a letter to the Pope.
It had asked that the cathedral become an ecumenical temple where believers from all faiths could worship.
Shared use of places of worship could make sense in airports or an Olympic village, said the bishop, but not in a consecrated Catholic cathedral.
Hasn’t this bishop caught on yet that you don’t say no to Islam? With choices like “We can kill you now,” or “We can kill you later,” and everyone else on the planet opting for the latter, what beam is this guy on?
This isn’t European of him at all. Because of this bishop, it’ll turn out that Spain caved in to the Madrid attack and voted in the Leftists for nothing.