O’Brien urges Muslims to say sorry for 9/11 February 16, 2007Posted by infidelkafirwatch in Uncategorized.
..and the British public should apologise for attacking Afghanistan and Iraq and apologise also for 9/11 and 7/7 as it was a retaliation for support of Israel and the war on Afghanistan and Iraq (yet no evidence has emerged that Muslims were behind 9/11 or 7/7)..
Would this be reasonable Keith O’Brien?
Keith O’Brien comments and understanding is yet again another example and clear evidence of how the west (infidels and kafirs) are fighting a secret war against Islam. Keith O’Brien comments expose the understanding that 9/11 and 7/7 is the fault of the whole Islamic world irrelevant where they are located, yet the Muslims strongly condemned 9/11 and 7/7 including condemning suicide bombing but the difficult bit is that the west including Britain find it impossible to admit that they have made grave mistakes in attacking Afghanistan and Iraq which has only increased retaliation attacks on western soil (as the media described it) and at a time when most of the western working class people have an understanding that 9/11 and 7/7 was an inside job.
THE leader of Scotland’s Roman Catholics, Cardinal Keith O’Brien, has called for Muslims to apologise for the 9/11 and 7/7 bomb attacks, declaring that the public should not have to live “in fear of attack” from believers of the Islamic faith.
In a move that has provoked a storm of outrage, the cardinal claims that, as the Pope apologised for the offence caused last month by his comments on the Islamic faith, so Muslims should now step up and say sorry for the attacks carried out in the name of their faith.
O’Brien said: “There have been no apologies for the shooting of the nun [in Somalia after the Pope made his remarks], let alone for 9/11 or the London bombings. I would like to see some reciprocal moves from the Islamic side. We shouldn’t have to live in fear of attack from Muslims.”
The cardinal’s comments were made in the same interview in which, as was revealed last week, he backed Scottish independence, praising the benefits autonomy could bring. A fuller version of the interview appears in this weekend’s Catholic Herald newspaper.