‘It’s not right to identify Islam with terrorism’ Says Pope Francis As ISIS Releases Dabiq Issue 15 Entitled “Break The Cross”

Pope Francis has said he will not label Islam as ‘terrorism’ because it would be unfair and warned Europe was pushing its young into the hands of extremists.

The pontiff was asked by reporters why he never mentions Islam when condemning terrorism or violence.

‘It’s not true and it’s not correct (to say) Islam is terrorism,’ he said, defending his decision not to name the religion when condemning the brutal murder of a Catholic priest in France in the latest of a string of recent attacks in Europe claimed by the Islamic State group.

And here’s Dabiq Issue 15 Aptly entitled “Break The Cross” read it at the link below

Dabiq Issue 15 July 2016

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Pope Francis said the inspiration for terrorism wasn’t Islam but a world economy that worshiped the “god of money” and drove the disenfranchised to violence.

“Terrorism grows when there is no other option, and as long as the world economy has at its center the god of money and not the person, “ the pope told reporters late Sunday as he returned to the Vatican from a five-day visit in Poland. “This is fundamental terrorism, against all humanity.”

Dabiq 15 has a handy reference article – “Why We Hate You”

Dabiq - Why We Hate You

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