The disappointments of Islam, as effectively called attention to by the Pope, are multi-faceted and remain in the way that Islam – both as a religion and as a lifestyle – has neglected to accomplish large portions of its objectives. Raising ways of life, freeing social orders of defilement (debasement in every one of its signs, by chance, is explicitly illegal by the Prophet), liberating individuals from endless, centennial destitution, inability to permit opportunity of thought and expression even in their essential structures and notwithstanding shielding Islam from what Muslim researchers have named an ‘uncontrolled Westernization’.
It is not through its deep rooted Western-fear, against Americanism and express aversion of Israel that Islam will ever illuminate its own particular inadequacies. Yet, most importantly, it is through the grasping and acknowledgment of jihad or blessed war as a way to spread the confidence that Islam shows its own mindlessness completely.
What’s more, this is particularly what the Pope was alluding to when he refered to Emperor Manuel II Paleologus’ comments, which were rendered inside the more extensive setting of the subject of Christianity and Islam, and reality of both religions.
The message of the Pope was that confidence is conceived of the spirit, not the body. Whoever would lead somebody to confidence needs the capacity to talk well and to reason legitimately, without brutality and dangers. To persuade a sensible soul, one needn’t bother with a solid arm, or weapons of any sort, or some other method for undermining a man with death.