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Mientras descalifican e insultan a sus propios fieles y un cardenal católico califica de "sagrado" al Corán
Javier Monjas - 13/09/2014 - 07:36 PM   GMT+01:00
Las autoridades australianas han elevado el nivel de alerta antiterrorista. Se han decidido a hacerlo tras descubrir una célula clandestina de verdaderos creyentes prestando apoyo al ISIS, el primer califato moderno fiel a los sabios y píos mandatos del Corán. ¿Y quiénes están asustados ante la aparición de un nuevo nido yihadista en su propio país? Por supuesto, los musulmanes, pero no de sus hermanos más desahogados en el seguimiento del libro sagrado, sino, según proclaman, de los infieles que de forma tan artera oprimen a la siempre pacífica comunidad islámica.


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