Monday, September 18, 2006

Muslim Brotherhood Unaccepts Pope's Apology

Reuters via National Post:
The deputy leader of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, Mohammed Habib, initially called it "a sufficient apology" but later said: "It does not rise to the level of a clear apology and, based on this, we're calling on the Pope of the Vatican to issue a clear apology that will decisively end any confusion."
We in the west anquish about the silence of moderate Islam. This should explain the silence. The Muslim Brotherhood found itself too moderate, and has quickly corrected itself to fall in line with the rest of the extreme Islamic world.