Christian Leaders Criticized for Seeking ‘Common Ground’ with Muslim Imams

A Lebanese-American author and activist is criticizing Christian leaders who are seeking to find “common ground” with Muslim imams. She says that six years after 9/11, these leaders “still do not understand the Islamic faith and ideology driving terrorism around the world.”

Last month, 138 Muslim scholars signed a letter addressed to Pope Benedict XVI, and other religious leaders, urging them to find common ground between Islam and Christianity. The letter declared that Islam and Christianity both believe in only one God, and the commandment to love one’s neighbor.

“Our terrorist enemies — who have launched an attack against the West and against the infidels, Christians, Jews, Buddhists, atheists and everything else — those terrorists repeated[ly] quote the Koran and many, many verses of the Koran and the Hadith,” she points out. “…the accompanying books of the Koran [talk] about how Islam looks on unbelievers, or the Kafirs, as those who are condemned to go to hell.”

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