How the world’s most famous Muslim played Pope Francis for a fool

Feb 13, 2019 by

by Jules Gomes, Rebel Priest:

“The Pope? How many divisions has he got?” Stalin supposedly asked Churchill in the waning days of World War II. “The Pope? How many Arabic translators has he got?” Al-Tayyeb, Grand Imam of Al-Azhar University, presumably asked his advisors before signing the document “Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together” in the UAE, earlier this month with Pope Francis.

The Grand Imam speaks the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth in Arabic. This is his in-house discourse. He is an open scroll to Sunni Muslims, who comprise 85-90 per cent of the world’s Islamic population. On the other hand, Grand Sheikh Al-Tayyeb speaks in carefully crafted cant to Western leaders. This is his public relations glossolalia.

Last year, Al-Tayyeb crossed London Bridge to play the game of taqqiya (Islamic dissimulation) with the Archbishop of Canterbury. Pro-gay Welby was tweeting Al-Tayyeb’s praises from Lambeth Palace’s minarets. “You are a sign of hope for our world,” gushed Archbishop Welby like the Trevi Fountain. The alt-media dug up Al-Tayyeb’s Arabic orations denouncing homosexuality as a disease, and exposed Welby as a Western sucker who fell for the Grand Imam weasel words.

Islamic jurists define a treaty as a form of ‘aqd (literally, a tie), which has legal consequences. According to the Royal Aal Al-Bayt Institute for Islamic Thought: “Muslims can make treaties with their enemies, even if they are polytheists, and they are expected by God to keep to their treaties,” provided non-Muslims maintain the treaty.

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Now, Al-Tayyeb has adroitly twisted the pontifical mitre into a dunce cap. Doesn’t Pope Francis know that Islam rubber-stamps peace treaties with infidels only if it is advantageous for Muslims? When Muhammad signed the treaty of Hudaibiya with the Meccans in 628, he used it as a Trojan Horse, furthering his ultimate objective of capturing Mecca.

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