Saturday, 22 December 2012

Grand Ayatollah Declares All Christian Women May be Raped

Grand Ayatollah Declares All Christian Women May be Raped





This is the article translated into English.

Conversion to Islam or death "- Iraqi Grand Ayatollah adopt fatwa against Christians
Shiite Grand Ayatollah of Iraq adopt before Christmas fatwa against Christians. They either convert to Islam or they are of death (Baghdad) On the same day that was in Baghdad the rebuilt Syrian Catholic Cathedral inaugurated newly enacted a Shiite Grand Ayatollah against the Christians of Iraq issued a fatwa. The Christians had to convert to Islam or be worthy of death. The Catholic Cathedral was on 31 October 2010 scene of a bloody attack become. An al-Qaeda commando attacked the church, when Christians there celebrated a Mass. 58 Catholics were killed in the attack, including two priests.
The Iraqi Shiite Grand Ayatollah Sayyid Ahmad al-Hassani al Baghdadi gave his call to murder Christians in an interview with Egyptian television station Al Baghdadia. Al Baghdadi, who is one of the most radical representatives of the Islamic Jihad, denounced the Christians as polytheists and friends of the Zionists. The requirement Al Baghdadis to the Christian minority in Iraq is "conversion to Islam or death." The women and girls of the Christians "can legitimately regarded as the Muslim women," said the Grand Ayatollah. Al Baghdadi, who comes from Najaf in Iraq, one of the "holy cities" of Shiite Islam, now lives in Syria, where he supports the armed struggle of the Islamists.
The Catholics of Baghdad called the fatwa as "extremely serious". What effect it will have leaves, predict. Cardinal Leonardo Sandri, Prefect of the Congregation for the Oriental Churches, took before the consecration of the cathedral. In his homily he said of the 2010 murder of Christians Cathedral, the tears and the blood of the martyrs is the seed that will bring forth new fruits. Cardinal Sandri remained at a five-day visit to Iraq, in order to strengthen the faith of Christians in the country.