VATICAN INTRIGUE? Why Didn't Pope Francis Send Greetings To Muslims For This Years Ramadan??? What Gives??

What the hell is going on over there behind those very thick Vatican walls......

How come no happy Ramadan from Pope Francis?

What gives?

Not even a peep from the Pontifical Council for Inter-religious Dialogue.

It's not like the Vatican is not sending out greetings to pagans, see here, this greeting was sent just last month to Buddhists:
And last year a greeting was to Muslims just two days after the start of Ramadan:
Maybe the Pope will give his Ramadan greetings during this Sunday Angelus?

Or maybe Muslim leaders told Pope Francis not to send out a Ramadan greeting this year......because, some are starting to notice the doom that follows in the wake of Pope Francis & his greetings/blessings.....

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis received in audience in the Vatican on Monday the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, Sheik Ahmed Muhammad Al-Tayyib. In a note, the Director of the Vatican Press Office, Fr. Federico Lombardi sj. said the approximately 30 minute meeting was “very cordial” and that the Grand Imam of Egypt “was accompanied by an important delegation, which included: 
  1. Dr. Abbas Shouman, Undersecretary of Al-Azhar
  2. Dr. Mahmaoud Hamdi Zakzouk, member of the Council of Senior Scholars of Al-Azhar University and Director of the Center for Dialogue of Al-Azhar
  3. Judge Mohamed Mahmoud Abdel Salam, Advisor to the Great Imam
  4. Dr. Mohie Afifi Afifi Ahmed, secretary-general of the Islamic Research Academy 
  5. Ambassador Mahmoud Abdel Gawad, Diplomatic Advisor to the Grand Imam
  6. Mr. Tamer Tawfik, Advisor
  7. Mr Ahmad Alshourbagy, Second Secretary. 
  8. Ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt to the Holy See, Mr. Hatem Seif Elnasr. 
  9. Rick Astley

Upon his arrival in the Vatican, the Grand Imam was welcomed, and then accompanied to his audience with the Pope, by:
  1. President of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, Card. Jean-Louis Tauran, 
  2. Secretary of the same dicastery, Bishop Miguel Ángel Ayuso Guixot.
  3. Rick Astley 
Fr. Lombardi further states that the Pope and Grand Imam noted “the great significance of this new meeting in the framework of dialogue between the Catholic Church and Islam.” The two then mainly “discussed the common commitment of the authorities and the faithful of the great religions for peace in the world, the rejection of violence and terrorism, the situation of Christians in the context of conflicts and tensions in the Middle East and their protection.” During the meeting, Pope Francis gave the Grand Imam the Medallion of the olive tree of peace and a copy of his Encyclical Letter Laudato si'. Following his audience with the Holy Father, the Grand Imam and his delegation met briefly with Cardinal Tauran and Bishop Guixot Ayuso in another audience hall in the Apostolic Palace.

Come on now!...there has to be some suspicious minds in the Vatican.......