WHY DID THE POPE NOT SPEAK OUT AGAINST THE ABBAS PALESTINE ARAB POLICY OF JUDENFREI?

Gil Ronen of Israel National News has described what the Pope is doing in meeting with Mahmoud Abbas

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Pope with Bush and Wife Laura

There are two great issues involved

 

1. Abbas has made it clear that in his new Palestine Arab state that there will be not ONE Jew. The Arabs will not live alongside Jews NOHOW NOWAY

2. This is a Nazi policy and is Nazi ideology

 

Remember here the history of Pius, especially Croatia.

 

As this report makes clear the big contemporary issue here is that Muslims are driving Christians also out of  Muslim countries.

 

So why not speak out against the Abbas policy of Nazi Judenfrei. THAT is the question

(begin INN report)

MOST OF CHRISTIAN ARAB HAS FLED…POPE DID NOT MENTION AFTER MEETING ABBAS
 
WHY SILENT?
 
A statement issued by the Vatican after the talks did not mention the extremely violent way in which the PA has caused most of its Christian Arab population to flee.
 
Reports have offered extensive documentation that the PA encouraged a “sharp demographic shift” in Bethlehem, where the Christian population went from a 60 percent majority in 1990 to a 40 percent minority in 2000, to about 15 percent of the city’s total population in 2008.
 
In its statement after the meeting, the Vatican said that the pope and Abbas had discussed the “irreplaceable contribution” provided by Christian minorities living in the PA territories and the Middle East.
 
The pope has spoken out on numerous occasions about the persecution of Christians in Muslim lands. Last year, he convened a meeting of bishops at the Vatican to discuss the ongoing crisis. Recently, he voiced his concern at the killing of Christian Copts in Egypt.  
 
In the latest meeting with Abbas, “Particular stress was laid on the urgent need to find a just and lasting solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict,” the Vatican stated. Such a solution would have to respect the rights of all parties including “the attainment of the Palestinian people’s legitimate aspirations for an independent state,” it added.
 
This is the fourth time the two have met since Benedict became pope.

(IsraelNationalNews.com)

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