"I've heard from Muslim imams about what they and their congregations have suffered just from the fear, the fear of what they call Islamophobia," Father Earl said. One recent instance was related to an Islamophobia conference held in Charlotte earlier in May. "Some of the clergy coming here had trouble flying here because of the fear of some of the pilots, and so they were late getting here," said the priest.
Fr. Earl's comments come only days after Zenit reported on a sociologist's findings that over 105,000 Christians are martyred every year, the vast majority suffering this martyrdom at the hands of Muslims. Whole Christian communities in the Middle East are simply disappearing due to persecution and fears of persecutions. Bombs are ignited outside of Nigerian churches, priest and worshipers are gunned down in cold blood by Islamist extremists, and Christian girls are kidnapped and forced into "marriages" with dirty old Muslims, and Fr. Earl is concerned about imams being waylaid at the airport?
Are Christians in the Middle East needlessly frightened by the growth of Islamism? Are Americans needlessly frightened of Muslim extremists who have in the past hijacked airplanes and used them as cruise missiles? Apparently, Fr. Earl thinks it's all in their heads, and all in our heads. After all, such fears are irrational, "Islamophobia."
Meanwhile, Fr. Earl thinks that those imams who fear Christians, Christians who aren't in the habit of strapping bombs onto their women and children, and don't regularly burn down mosques, and don't engage in kidnapping young Muslim girls for the purposes of rape and other sport, well those imams' fear of Christians is perfectly rational, not a phobia at all!
What planet is Fr. Earl living on? Well, he's living on the Planet Jesuit--a cold, dark world, far from our own, revolving around a white dwarf that is about to finally burn out.
Fr. Earl, who is representative of the vast majority of those who lay a counterfeit claim to being the spiritual sons of St. Ignatius of Loyola, demonstrates the destructive tendency of the modern Jesuits to ignore reality in order to maintain an ideology that has long since lost any reasonable justification for its existence. This inability to face reality, because they stubbornly cling to an ideology and modus operandi that have obviously failed, is the reason why the Jesuit order continues to spiral into a self-inflicted extinction.