Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi is facing opposition from Egyptian Catholics. (European External Action Service/flickr)
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi is facing opposition from Egyptian Catholics.
(European External Action Service/flickr)

Egypt’s Catholic Bishops Conference Stands Up to Morsi

December 15, 2012  •  From theTrumpet.com
“Whenever Islam becomes politicized it automatically turns into a fascist dictatorship,” says Bishops’ spokesman.
 

While most of the West dithers and stutters over Egypt President Mohamed Morsi’s power grab, one institution is speaking out very forcefully: Egypt’s Catholic Bishop Conference. Rafik Greiche, spokesman of the conference, is making it clear that the Catholic Church firmly opposes Morsi, his treatment of protestors and the constitution he is trying to rush through.

“The European Union must make it clear to President Morsi and his government that they have to observe human rights,” he told the Catholic charity Aid to the Church in Need, according to a report published on their website December 12.

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