Thursday, December 24, 2009

Merry Christmas to All...The Word Made Flesh

Emirati couple and the other nationalities pass by a giant Christmas tree at a shopping mall in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Wednesday, Dec. 23, 2009. Vatican's top cleric in the Persian Gulf is facing a different problem than the Pope's envoys in Europe and America, who complain of empty churches. Christian places of worship across Arabia are packed as Asian migrants test the limits of religious tolerance, asking from Muslim hosts to practice their faith more openly. (Caption commentary above and photo courtesy of Daylife)

To those who have become painfully aware, I have my own mini Pearl Harbor, commencing exactly on December 7th, 2009, with my computer, hard drive corruption, tech aid rip off, etc.

Coupled with some other personal matters this Infidel has been hard pressed to, lately, back up my comrades in arms here at IBA, in our Crusade against Islamo-Fascism and all its concomitant derivatives.

Hence, I apologize for not having posted more continuously but 2010 is around the corner and I will soon rejoin your hallowed ranks on the front line!

Lastly, as some of your are cognizant, I will be, God willing, opening up a new battle front in Rome some time late next year, where I will both blog and vlog to keep you updated, as to our sacred cause and perusing the city for new Infidel Girl of the Week candidates!!!!!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year....God Bless America!


Pastorius said...

Thanks for this post.

I have a friend, a Egyptian Coptic Christian, who tells me we are winning in the ME.

Muslims are becoming Christian by the millions.


Carlos Echevarria said...

Pastorius, the Vatican in a very subtle and tactful way has been making great inroads on the Arabian peninsula, being granted freer access by the House of Saad and opening the only Christian church in Qatar...

What your friend says does not surprise, the Catholic Church/allied Eastern Churches has made inroads in Pakistan, in Iraq, in Sudan, in Somalia, in Cameroon, VietNam, PRC, etc. but it is still an uphill battle.

This is why much of the Pope's rhetoric vis a vis the Palestinians is misunderstood in that he is looking out for the Catholic and Maronite Rite Christians who are being reprimanded by Hamas and Hezbollah itself, as well in Lebanon.

There is a video circulating from Egpyt, I will try to get you the link, of a purported Marian apparition in Egypt...I tend to be very sceptical of these things, but internally it is causing a sensation amongst the Coptic community, for as you know they too are marginalized.