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These are the burblings of a thoroughly deluded, or deliberately deceived, in any case totally untruthful Catholic primate – via Creeping Sharia:

Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the archbishop of New York, made his first visit to a mosque in New York City [June 20, 2013] and it was the Albanian Islamic Cultural Center in Tompkinsville where he met with Muslim and other faith leaders.

The cardinal spent more than two hours touring the mosque and the Miraj Islamic School and having lunch with about 40 clergy and laity.

“I thank God that this day has arrived,” the cardinal said. “I thank you for your welcome, I thank you for making me feel like a friend and a member of a family.”

The cardinal asked questions about the Muslim faith and emphasized throughout his visit how much the two religions and their members have in common.“You love God, we love God and he is the same God,” the cardinal said of the Muslim and Roman Catholic faiths.

We would dearly like to hear the Cardinal explicating the likeness between The Trinity and Allah! Even better, to hear an imam do so.

Cardinal Dolan stressed that Catholics and Muslims have a mutual love of the United States and of the religious freedom that this country affords, especially the ability to meet with people of different beliefs that would not be possible in some other nations.

Meet with them in New York, Fort Hood, Boston …

“Your love of marriage and family, your love of children  …

Who can be raised to be suicide bombers. Or, if they are girls in Afghanistan (for example), married before puberty to mercilessly cruel, lascivious, devout old men.

… your love of freedomreligious freedom particularly

“Kill the infidel” commands the Koran, which also declares over and over again that Christians and Jews are the enemy, and condemns apostates from Islam to death.

 your defense of life

“We love death as you love life”, said Osama bin Laden,  and many other devout Muslims between the 7th and the 21st centuries.

… your desire for harmony and unity and your care for others, your care for God’s creation and your care for those who are in need,” the cardinal said, were Islamic values also shared by Catholics and areas where there could be mutual cooperation.

Harmony and unity with the infidel? Harmony and unity between Sunni and Shia? Such harmony and unity as we have been observing for a few years now in the Arab states?

Care for “others”? Which others?

Are the bombs, rockets, burnings, internecine battles good for “God’s creation” – ie. the natural world?

How are the extremely needy Christian Copts in Egypt being cared for – with abductions, forced conversions, and killings?

Now for a glimpse of Muslim-Christian relations in the real world.

The MailOnline reported last December:

Syrian rebels beheaded a Christian man and fed his body to dogs, according to a nun who says the West is ignoring atrocities committed by Islamic extremists. …

Taxi driver Andrei Arbashe, 38, was kidnapped after his brother was heard complaining that fighters against the ruling regime behaved like bandits.

[The nun] said his headless corpse was found by the side of the road, surrounded by hungry dogs. He had recently married and was soon to be a father. …

There have been a growing number of accounts of atrocities carried out by rogue elements of the Syrian Free Army, which opposes dictator Bashar al-Assad and is recognised by Britain and the West as the legitimate leadership. …

“Rogue elements”? Isn’t the rebel force composed of rogues? Just like the army of the dictator Bashar Assad?

An estimated 300,000 Christians have been displaced in the conflict, with 80,000 forced out of the Homs region alone …

Many have fled abroad raising fears that Syria’s Christian community may vanish – like others across the Middle East …

Why aren’t the Muslim non-rogue elements “defending life” and promoting “harmony and unity” and “caring for others”? If Cardinal  Dolan by some amazing chance gets to hear what’s going on in Syria – and throughout the Muslim states of the Middle East – he’ll be put to some pretty hard head-scratching, we guess.