We request that Bishop Robert McManus of Worcester reinstate the invitation of Robert Spencer at the Catholic Men's Conference. We also strongly request that Bishop McManus grant Robert Spencer a face-to-face meeting to allow him the opportunity to discuss the charges made by the Islamic Center and the Boston Globe. We are alarmed that Bishop McManus is in effect enabling and abetting the silencing of all voices that speak up for justice, our freedoms and for the persecuted Christians in Egypt, Nigeria, Pakistan, and elsewhere in the Muslim world. Genuine dialogue begins with honest discussion which Bishop McManus is shutting down and in neglect of his duty as expected by his constituents as a leader of the church. Let Robert Spencer speak.
Let the world know the truth.
Do you really think turning a blind eye to this 1300 year old swill called Islam is going to make those people gentile---only Jesus could make those folks gentle The Quran calls for the beheading of anyone who asked them to even question their "profit or the Quran--have you read it sir--I have and we have no place among these people except as martyrs Their atrocities have been well documented for over thirteen centuries and their hatred of the Jewish people is unparalleled on this earth. You can't compromise with them take a look at Europe.
Thank you, Bishop McManus, for appeasing Islam by excluding extreme, militant Islamists in your consideration of who are devout Muslims. Our opportunity, including yours, to achieve martyrdom in witness for Christ will come all the sooner. Thank you also for furthering the opportunities for persecuted Christians in Egypt, Nigeria, Pakistan, and elsewhere in the Muslim world to achieve martyrdom. Thank you Jesus for using Bishop McManus in this left-handed fashion to further your glory. Martyrdom will achieve the witness to devout Muslims who are presently excluded by the present appeasement. Thank you also for facilitating and promoting Robert Spenser's martyrdom, even if he and his supporters, excluding myself, don't presently appreciate it.
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