UAE Uae to welcome pope francis visit next february

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    The pope had the time to visit the Middle East but not Lebanon ?? With his 2millions refugees
    Frankly....we miss Saint John Paul 2 love and attachement to Lebanon
     
    joe tayyar

    joe tayyar

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    The pope had the time to visit the Middle East but not Lebanon ?? With his 2millions refugees
    Frankly....we miss Saint John Paul 2 love and attachement to Lebanon
    Because he is not the crusader in chief !
     
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    The Vatican is after petro money as well.
    You mean Pope Francis really
    Look I disagree with him on a lot of issues but the guy is a Saint in his private life
    He doesn’t like money at all
    Wood cross
    A car of 2000 dollars
    A small apartment he left the 20 room official apartment of the pope
     
    Aoune32!

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    Good move by the Pope. There are thousands of thousands of christians living in the UAE. Nice gesture towards the christians there. All have built churches except KSA. Its their time soon.
     
    manifesto

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    Al-Rahi: United Arab Emirates is State of United Religions.

    Is there a special relationship between the Maronite church and petro money?

    Should we remind Mr. Rahi that apostasy is still punishable by death in UAE? Does he have any idea how many people were sentenced to death by stoning for adultery?

    Law bisame3na skouto bikou a7san. Tare2a satleh w mesheh.
     
    manifesto

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    The pope had the time to visit the Middle East but not Lebanon ?? With his 2millions refugees
    Frankly....we miss Saint John Paul 2 love and attachement to Lebanon
    I agree. I like Pope Francis. But I think it was really unwise of him to visit the UAE.
    Previous popes avoided the Gulf for a reason. Those towelheads know absolutely nothing about religious coexistence.

    Unfortunately, they are just using him as a marketing ploy to polish their reputation abroad and project an image of tolerance.
    It's a shame he fell for this. He should have declined the invitation as long as UAE is waging war on Yemen.

    That's how you send a message of peace, Mr. Francis.
     
    mikeys71

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    I agree. I like Pope Francis. But I think it was really unwise of him to visit the UAE.
    Previous popes avoided the Gulf for a reason. Those towelheads know absolutely nothing about religious coexistence.

    Unfortunately, they are just using him as a marketing ploy to polish their reputation abroad and project an image of tolerance.
    It's a shame he fell for this. He should have declined the invitation as long as UAE is waging war on Yemen.

    That's how you send a message of peace, Mr. Francis.
    The pope has left that message for the mullahs to delivers since their bloody hands are deep down the throats of the Yemeni people.
     
    Libnene Qu7

    Libnene Qu7

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    I agree. I like Pope Francis. But I think it was really unwise of him to visit the UAE.
    Previous popes avoided the Gulf for a reason. Those towelheads know absolutely nothing about religious coexistence.

    Unfortunately, they are just using him as a marketing ploy to polish their reputation abroad and project an image of tolerance.
    It's a shame he fell for this. He should have declined the invitation as long as UAE is waging war on Yemen.

    That's how you send a message of peace, Mr. Francis.
    So the Pope himself is to learn the lesson of spreading peace from a Khomayneist. Rou7 ltom 7elak ba3d kam marra until you hopefully knock some sense into yourself.
     
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