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Pakistani Clerics, Scholars Demand Pope's Ouster
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Date : 2006-09-28 12:40:53                      Reader : 251
Mohammed peace be upon him is inhuman .
Islam spread by Sward !! Mohammed encouraged hatred !! What an emperor who said it ?!

FOXNEWS.COM 28/9/2006

Pakistani Clerics, Scholars Demand Pope's Ouster; EU Rallies Around Pontiff

 

LAHORE, Pakistan — About 1,000 Muslim clerics and religious scholars meeting Thursday in eastern Pakistan demanded the removal of Pope Benedict XVI for making what they called "insulting remarks" against Islam.

Benedict "should be removed from his position immediately for encouraging war and fanning hostility between various faiths" and "making insulting remarks" against Islam, said a joint statement issued by the clerics and scholars at the end of their one-day convention.

The "pope, and all infidels, should know that no Muslim, under any circumstances, can tolerate an insult to the Prophet (Muhammad). ... If the West does not change its stance regarding Islam, it will face severe consequences," it said.

The meeting was organized by the radical Islamic group Jamaat al-Dawat, which runs schools, colleges and medical clinics. In April, Washington put the group on a list of terrorist organizations for its alleged links with militants fighting in the Indian part of Kashmir.

The meeting came after the pope said Sunday he was "deeply sorry" about the reactions to his remarks and that they did not reflect his own opinions.


 
 
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