Canadian Premier asks Holy Father for apology on school abuse
30 May 2017
Vatican City: May 30, 2017. (PCP) The Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau who never urged Muslim leaders to apologize on terror activities of Muslim extremists killing thousands of innocent people around globe steps up to ask Holy Father Pope Francis that Church should apologize on abuse in schools of Canada towards ingenious children.
Premier Trudeau who clowns to be in Pakistani dress joining Muslim prayers for love to Islam for vote bank of Muslims never dared to call upon any Muslim Mufti to condemn of apologize on terror actions of Muslims speaks about apology in a meeting with Holy Father.
The US President Donald Trump on other hand in meeting with Holy Father asked for blessings of Holy Father for people of US and peace on globe while not dared to touch child abuse issue because American Justice system is dealing fairly and extensively with those clergymen who abused American school children in courts of law.
Nazir S Bhatti, President and Founder of Pakistan Christian Congress PCC strongly condemned Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on asking Holy Father for an apology of Church regarding abuse in schools instead of blessings of Holy Father for Canada and failing to punish those in Canadian courts who abused in schools.
PCC Chief said that Christian leaders like Premier Trudeau are shame for Christianity and humanity who never condemn Islam on terrorism on killing thousands nor demand from Muslim leaders an apology on beheading and suicide bombing.
Nazir Bhatti rejected plea of Premier Trudeau which he claims in public gatherings in Canada that terrorism is due to social inequality in society but he neglects historical facts that Muslim and Islam was tolerant before 1970 when poverty prevailed in Muslim states.
According to news agencies, The PM gifted The Pope a rare set of Jesuit Relations books detailing Canada’s beginnings. He also presented The Holy Father with a 17th century Montagnais-French dictionary written by a French Jesuit.
Pope Francis returned the good gesture with a gold medal marking the fourth year of his pontificate, an autographed copy of his message for World Peace Day and three papal letters.