Ovoo Vucicev patrijarh isao zlikovcu na poklonjenje ili da mu oprosti grehe?! pic.twitter.com/PVX2NH5j8s
— Slaviša Lekić (@micin_taja) June 4, 2019
Svakako ne prvi patrijarh koji je našao svog masovnog ubicu i svakako ne prvi put da ovaj starac kaže i uradi nešto jezivo, ali ipak mnogo gadno. pic.twitter.com/wLPoNeclk6
— Ilija Vojnovic (@Ikan999) June 4, 2019
"Patrijarh Irinej preživeo raketni napad u Damasku."
Dobro nisu napusali da je snagom uma skrenuo sa putanje rakete, vrativši ih na položaje neprijatelja.
— TIŠTOS VIKAR 4221🥃🥃🥃🥃 (@PohotniLenjivac) June 3, 2019
Shameful propaganda against Serbian Patriarch, His Holiness Mr. Irinej who is in clerical visit in Syria, supporting orthodox people there and visiting orthodox churches. During each liturgy we pray, among other, for people in Syria. Really sad to see such misuse of His visit.
— Biljana Tasic (@bilja_gypsy) June 4, 2019
— Vlora Çitaku (@vloracitaku) June 3, 2019
#Assad received today Patriarch Irinej of the SOC. He leads the same SOC that had blessed war criminals during the 90’s & is keeping SRB society to live in a parallele🌎. He must visit Recak, Izbica & Krusa and meet survivors instead of visiting again a war criminal.Shame on him! pic.twitter.com/eHsbd7PdIW
— Behgjet Pacolli (@pacollibehgjet) June 3, 2019
Patriarch Irinej is heading a Church delegation on an ecclesiastical visit to the Syrian Orthodox Church and its congregation. How predictable that you would use this as an excuse to attack the Church. Disappointing.
— Dejan Ilic (@DejanIl71003220) June 4, 2019
Shame for Patriarch Irinej of Serbia. Secular politicians can afford to be cynical (“pragmatic”). Clerics ought to think twice. pic.twitter.com/ygxd00HHDw
— Dimitar Bechev (@DimitarBechev) June 3, 2019
Surprised that people find it surprising that Serbian Patriarch Irinej decided to meet with Assad despite his human rights track record. Read @MladenAleksic85 insight at the end of the article to understand SRB Orthodox church reasoning. It boils down to church politics. https://t.co/EdIz1Ma75j
— Andreja Bogdanovski (@bogdanovskiA) June 4, 2019
And comparing nearly anyone alive today, let alone someone like Patriarch Irinej to Goebbels is ridiculous.
— Petar Jovanović (@pekidirektor) June 4, 2019
Serbia’s top cleric visits #Syria and meets Bashar Hafez al-Assad. Using official or other channels, Serbia has maintained strong relations with Syria, Venezuela, North Korea, Iran – and frequently votes with them in UN. These four countries don’t recognize Kosovo of course. https://t.co/RDjxab8oDf
— Petrit Selimi (@Petrit) June 3, 2019
Serbian Patriarch Irinej to Assad: “The Serbian people are able to realize what has taken place in Syria as Serbia has undergone the same conditions over the past years.”
Aka, massacring people in your country ought to be an uncontested affair, says Serbia's spiritual leader. https://t.co/dtAAt73m8S
— 🌲🧔🏻🏙️ (@gthanku) June 4, 2019
Ultranationalist Irinej denies the #Srebrenica #genocide, does not recognize sovereignty of #Bosnia and #Herzegovina, supports Greater Serbian irredentism, insults #Muslims, and calls #Kosovo independence a "sin." Of course he is welcome in #Damascus.https://t.co/G7iDmxzbhR
— Dr. Denijal Jegić | د. دانيال ياغِتش (@denijeg) June 3, 2019