Yesterday AOW wrote an excellent post about Aznar questioning why Islamic leaders have never given any apology for conquering Spain.
But Aznar is not the only one who has spoken about Islamic socities these days in Spain:
"Without the Crusades and the Inquisition, without the insidious Iberian Reconquest, we could -who knows?- have asisted to the flourishing of a Mediterranean civilization, ecumenical, not sincretical, in which several legacies of Greek-Latin culture could coexist , just the same as today two Europes coexist, the one of the beer and the one of the wine, the one of the butter and the one of the olive oil, in an only idea of democracy. The religious power, allied with the throne, employed itself in eliminating pluralism, just the same in Islam and in Christendom".
Who said these words? NO, it was not Zapatero. To read about them, just click on the link.