Chrislam Pope discourages Moroccan Catholics from converting others to Christianity


Article by Leo Zagami


Sunday, in Morocco, Pope Francis discouraged Catholics from rasing their small numbers by converting others . “Please, no proselytism!” said the Jesuit pope to an audience of around 400 at  Rabats Cathedral, who greeted the arrival of 400 people gathered outside the cathedral applauding and fanfare.

However, this goes against the practices of early Christians. According to historical records, the first Christians to believe in the death and resurrection of Jesus were only 11 male disciples and a handful of women. Let’s say 20 people altogether. Most of them were lower-class, uneducated day laborers from a remote corner of the Roman Empire, and yet, within three centuries, the Christian church could count some 3 million adherents. By the end of the 4th century, it was the official religion of Rome, with followers numbering over 30 million. A century after that, there were very few pagans left in the Roman Empire.

Today, Christians are a tiny minority in Morocco, where 99 percent of the population is Muslim, with sub-Saharan Africans making up a large part of the country’s 30,000-strong Catholic community. Islam is the state religion, but authorities are keen to stress the country’s “religious tolerance” which allows Christians and Jews to worship freely, but of course, with many limitations. Moroccans are automatically considered Muslim if they are not born into the Jewish community, apostasy is socially frowned upon, and proselytizing is often criminalized.  There are a few thousand Christian converts in Morocco, who since 2017, have called openly for the right to live “without persecution” and “without discrimination” yet Pope Francis seems to be more interested in defending the rights and interests of King Mohammed VI.

Once again, Francis rejects proselytizm (i.e. trying to convert non-Catholics to the Catholic faith) to facilitate the future expansion of Chrislam, one of the milestones of the future One World Religion. For this reason, the Vatican is pushing the hybrid bastard religion of Chrislam, which is to say the merging of apostate Christianity, with the religion of castaway Ishmael, who is the father is Islam.



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