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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2525

The Pope said it all...........

By S.H.Moulana - Riyadh

Under no circumstances one has the right to take the life of another, even under the worst provocation, having said that I would like to bring to the attention of a brilliant cartoon posted on the internet on the Paris attack, which had a journalist lying in a pool of blood and an armed terrorist who says pointing to the victim.

‘He DREW first’ that explains why it all happened. On his way to Manila from Colombo, Pope Francis said ‘You can’t make a toy out of the religions of others’. He also said turning to a member of his entourage ‘If my good friend says a curse word against my mother, he can expect a punch. It’s normal.’

It is reported that a Moroccan Muslim in France has been brutally killed after being stabbed 17 times in front of his wife at his own house by a neighbor.
The killer supposed to have shouted ‘I am your god, I am your Islam’. There have been not less than 50 Islamophobic attacks reported so far in France after the Paris tragedy, according to the Central Council of Muslims in France.

As one of the leading dailies in Sri Lanka wrote in its editorial: ‘One cannot but pledge solidarity with those who are holding demonstrations in Paris against the recent terror attack, but it behooves them to heed the Pope’s words of wisdom: Thou shall not insult religions!’

The most astonishing part of this demo, held in Paris, was Israeli prime-minister Netanyahu’s participation in it.
There is confirmed information to say that the French president did not want him to come. Israeli PM not only defied this request but got the limelight by getting into the front row.

How dare a man who killed thousands of innocent Gazan women and children have the right to participate in a demo of this kind and at that to be on the front row, waving at those watching from the balconies?

- Asian Tribune -

 The most astonishing part of this demo, held in Paris, was Israeli prime-minister Netanyahu’s participation in it.
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