The dhimmi in Rome should learn not to stick his nose into matters above his station. “Egypt: Imam of Al Azhar Criticises Pope’s ‘Interference,'” from AGI, January 2 (thanks to Jos):
(AGI) Cairo – The imam of Al-Azhar condemned the Alexandria attack but criticised the Pope’s “interference”. At a press conference, Ahmed al Tayeb condemned the New Year’s Eve attack that killed 21 people in Alexandria and called for “unity between the cross and the crescent.” However he also criticised the appeal by Benedict XVI to Egypt’s leaders to counter the persecution of Christians, as an “interference” in internal Egyptian affairs. He explained: “We don’t want to comment on the opinion of the Pope in the Vatican, but we have the right to disagree with him.” . .