Al-Qaida commander urges killing of Saudi king
Abu Yahia al-Libi, who escaped from Bagram prison in 2005, said “bringing religions together … means renouncing Islam.”
Saudi King Abdullah sponsored this month’s dialogue in Madrid among Jews, Muslims, Christians, Hindus and Buddhists, and encouraged all faiths to turn away from extremism.
But al-Libi said “equating Islam with other religions is a betrayal of Islam.” He called for “the speedy killing of this tyrant.”
Don’t worry, al-Libi, he is just doing that out of publicity. Have you read what Saudi books say about the believers in other faiths?
Nevertheless, I imagine what this man would have said if the World Conference on Dialogue would have been held in Saudi Arabia, with the attendance of Jewish rabbis, and then of Christian priests…
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