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RELIGION OF PEACE: ISIS Is Now Plotting To Kill The Pope

ISIS would like to see Pope Francis go bye-bye instead of just trying to ‘get along’ and ‘coexist’. Check it out…

VATICAN CITY — As Pope Francis continues to straddle the fine line betweencalling for the end of persecution of Christians in Iraq and blessing American airstrikes against the Islamic State (also known as the “Caliphate,” ISIS, or ISIL), there is increasing concern for the pontiff’s—and the public’s—safety.

Earlier this week, the Roman newspaper Il Tempo published a disturbing report that Francis is “in the crosshairs” of ISIS for “bearing false witness” against Islam.  Citing anonymous sources within Italy’s intelligence community and pointing to notable heightened security in Rome, the paper went on to say that ISIS plans to heat things up by “raising the level of confrontation” with Europe, Italy and very specifically Pope Francis, the “greatest exponent of the Christian religions.” The Vatican downplayed the concerns, calling them unfounded despite growing concern in Italy that it is not just the Pope who is under threat.  “There is nothing serious to this,” Vatican spokesman Federico Lombardi told Catholic News Agency.  “There is no particular concern in the Vatican.”

The Italian government apparently begs to differ.  Earlier this week, Italy’s deputy interior minister Filippo Bubbico said that Italy and the Vatican are equally at risk after authorities issued a terrorism alert, warning ISIS could launch terrorist attacks on what they referred to as “sensitive targets” in Rome and elsewhere, specifically pinpointing embassies to both Italy and the Holy See, Catholic churches, bus and train stations, sea ports, airports and travel agencies.

Read more: The Daily Beast

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