The Pope should know better than to endorse the idea of a war of faiths

    The freedom-of-speech defence is a sideshow. The pontiff has broken an unwritten compact of religious leaders. Glenn Hoddle and Robert Kilroy-Silk were there first, of course, but Pope Benedict XVI has joined the club. Like those two other great scholars, the pontiff has found himself at the centre of a free speech row.

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