Monday, June 13, 2005

What You Would Hear on Television If You Were A Saudi

This is interesting: A translation by MEMRI of an interview with Egyptian historian Professor Zaynab Abd Al-Aziz, which aired on Saudi Iqra TV on May 26, 2005. An excerpt from the "historian's" comments:

"Well, do you remember what we just said about the Second Vatican Council
in 1965 and about Christianizing the world? It was agreed upon and pre-arranged. John Paul II prepared a five-year plan, on the eve of the third millennium, Christianize the world. His address in 1995 was based on the assumption that by the year 2000, the entire world would be Christianized. Since the plan was not accomplished, the World Council of Churches assigned this mission to the US in January 2001, since the US is the world's unrivaled military power. They named the decade between 2001-2010 "the age of eradicating evil" – "evil" referring to Islam and Muslims.

"The Crusader war is ongoing, because it has been a religious war since the dawn of Islam. Later, colonialism, missionaries, and Christianization were introduced. The Crusader war is ongoing. The Inquisition courts exist to this day. As I told you, the pope who was appointed a few days ago, headed the Inquisition Court, which is now called the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.

"When in January 2001, the World Council of Churches delegated this mission to the US - what did the US do? It fabricated the show of … is it September 9 or 11?"

Surely our friends the Saudis, whose country produced 15 of the 19 September 11 hijacker-murderers, are doing all they can to assure that this remarkable version of history is challenged by opposing points of view . . . .

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

well they are right about one thing: fighting islamofacism goes a long way toward eradicating the evil in our world. 

Posted by ChrisW

Monday, June 13, 2005 7:19:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whoa, talk about spin! Great post Lowell! 

Posted by John Gillmartin

Tuesday, June 14, 2005 12:50:00 PM  

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