Is Religious Violence Inevitable In This Polarized World

Is Religious Violence Inevitable

Is Religious Violence Inevitable?

The bishop, Luigi Padovese, 62, the apostolic vicar of Anatolia, or the Vatican’s representative to eastern Turkey, was found dead outside his home in the Mediterranean port of Iskenderun, officials said. The police arrested his driver, who officials said had psychological problems.

The officials said the killing was not believed to be politically or religiously motivated. It nevertheless raised tensions between the Vatican and Turkey ahead of the pope’s visit to Cyprus, where he was expected to discuss the challenges facing Christians as religious minorities in the Middle East

In Turkey, Christians represent less than 1 per cent of the population of 70 million. In recent years, several priests have been attacked in Turkey; one was shot to death in 2006 amid widespread Muslim anger over the publication of cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad.

“His motives weren’t political,” Father Lombardi told Italian national television. The Turkish Foreign Ministry released a statement expressing dismay at the death and calling Bishop Padovese “a friend of Turkey.” Full Story

Religious violence soaring

Religious wars all but inevitable as two religions that have different values are on course for a violent collision

The blocks are being set Worldwide for a massive religious war. We see this taking place in Syria right now. Russia is a Christian nation and Assad’s regime is Shiite; both are considered deadly enemies by radicals such as Erdogan and the House of Saud.  Putin has already delivered Erdogan a heavy blow by working with the Kurds and recognizing the YPG as a non- terrorist group, in fact, they have been invited to open an office in Moscow.

The Kurds are known as the most lethal and most loyal fighters in the Middle-East and Putin has clearly shown the world that he values his friends. Thus, we think it’s a matter of time before the Kurds decide to drop the relationship with the US in favour of one with Russia. After all, we let them down In Iraq and we have allowed Erdogan to butcher them and made no mention of this; the same applies to the leaders in Europe.

Is Religious Violence Inevitable: Sadly, The Answer is “yes”

Europe faces an even bigger crisis from Africa; the population there is exploding, and the outlook for jobs is terrible, so Africans are looking to Europe as the land of milk and honey. A massive transformation is going to take place in Europe; it will resemble the iron curtain of the former Soviet Union at some point in time.   The next phase in the clash of the civilizations is about to take place. You will know when this starts when you start to see extremely violent acts of aggression directed towards the Muslims in Europe.

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