Roman Catholicism Admits:
ISLAM - WORLD'S LARGEST RELIGION
Yusuf Estes comments included in this article..
(originally came out in April of 2008)
The Catholic Church has finally admitted (although with many excuses) -
ISLAM IS #1 RELIGION ON EARTH TODAY! Al Hamdulillah!
Vatican City - headquarters of the Catholic Church & home to the new pope - Released the Official Statement (click, read & SHARE):
Allah Almaighty Said in the Quran:
'It is Allah Who has send His messenger (Muhammad, peace be upon him) with guidance and the Way (religion) of truth (pure monotheism) to make it victorious over all religions (ways), even though the pagans (polytheists, idolators and disbelievers) hate it."
(Quran chapter 61, verse 9)
The Roman Catholic Church startled the religious and secular world today, with the official announcement - admitting:
"ISLAM has now become the world's largest religion - the Vatican newspaper said in Sunday's "Vatican City"
'For the first time in history, we are no longer at the top: Muslims have overtaken us,' Monsignor Vittorio Formenti said in an interview with the Vaticannewspaper L'Osservatore Romano.
Formenti compiles the Vatican's yearbook. He said that Catholics accounted for 17.4 percent of the world population — a stable percentage —
While Muslims are more than estimated, around twenty five per cent (25%) - Yusuf Estes
'It is true that while Muslim families, as is well known, continue to make alot of children, Christian ones on the contrary tend to have fewer and fewer,' the monsignor said. Formenti also said that the data refers to 2006. The figures on Muslims were put together by Muslim countries and then provided to the United Nations, he said, stating the Vatican could only vouch for its own information.
It could be the Muslim population is even higher than they willing to admit. - Yusuf Estes
Even considering all types of Christians together and not just Catholics - all together are about 30% of the world's population. Spokesmen for the Vatican and the United Nations did not immediately returnphone calls seeking comment Sunday.