Muslims plotted murder of Pope: “this will be the last Pope”
DECEMBER 1, 2015 BY DEACON ROBERT SPENCER AT JihadWatch.org
These poor dears just don’t understand their own religion! Pope Francis needs to go visit them personally, and explain to them how “authentic Islam and the proper reading of the Koran are opposed to every form of violence.” If they don’t speak Italian, he could take along some Arabic-speaking Eastern Catholic bishop with a solid record of upholding the Church’s new iron dogma, that Islam is a Religion of Peace.
After they learn about the true, peaceful Islam, these four Muslims will embrace the Pope joyfully and allow him to put flowers in their gun barrels. The happy group can send out for pizza and start a hearty round of “Muslim-Christian dialogue” that will fix this problem right up. Why didn’t anybody think of this before? When will the Pope arrive and begin explaining Islam to these Muslims?
“Suspected jihadists ‘threatened Pope Francis,’” The Local, December 1, 2015:
UPDATED: Four people arrested in Italy and Kosovo on suspicion of spreading jihadist propaganda online allegedly made threats against Pope Francis and the former US ambassador to Kosovo.
The gang also praised the Paris terrorist attacks, in which 130 people were killed on November 13th.
The four, all Kosovan citizens, were arrested as part of an anti-terror sweep conducted by police in Brescia in cooperation with Kosovan authorities, Corriere reported.
Described as “a highly dangerous group” with alleged links to jihadists in Syria, they are accused of “condoning terrorism” and “inciting racial hatred”.
Carmine Esposito, from Brescia’s police unit, told Rai Tre on Tuesday that the group “threatened Pope Francis, celebrated the recent attacks in Paris and threatened the ex-US ambassador in Kosovo.”
In reference to Pope Francis, investigators found online threats made by the group, including one saying “this will be the last Pope”.
The arrests followed raids in the Italian cities Brescia, Vicenza and Perugia as well as Kosovo.
Police said “the [alleged] terrorist team propagated the ideology of jihad through social networks”.
The gang’s “mastermind” is believed to have lived in Italy before being arrested in Kosovo. The other three were arrested in Italy, where they have been living for some time….