El diálogo siempre tiene condiciones; contra lo que dice el refrán, hablando no siempre se entiende la gente:
[Amman, Jordan] Controversial remarks by Pope Benedict XVI about Islam and Prophet Muhammad in 2006 could catch up with him during his May visit to the Mideast.
Nearly a month ahead of the Pope’s highly anticipated visit, emotions are already high among leaders of the Muslim community in the desert kingdom of Jordan.
Islamist leaders have said they «do not welcome the Pontiff to the kingdom,» and urged him to reconsider his position on the fastest growing religion in the world.
They expressed doubt over the outcome of the «mission of peace,» the first for Benedict since he took the helm of the Catholic Church in April 2005.
Leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood movement and its political arm said the pope must define his stance on Islam and Prophet Muhammad ahead of his arrival, all the more so since the German-born Pope has labelled Islam a religion of violence.
They also said the remarks made by the leader of more than a billion Roman Catholics had left scars that would require great effort on the part of the Vatican to eradicate, if ever.
«If ever» quiere decir que nunca dejarán de exigirle concesiones hasta el sometimiento pleno.
Que tome nota, y que se tiente bien la ropa antes de iniciar «diálogos»: Islamists To Pope: Define Your Position on Islam, Peace