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#1 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -
[QUOTE="thebest31406"][QUOTE="MrPraline"][QUOTE="thebest31406"] Between 2010 and 2012, there were four domestic terrorist attacks committed in the US. By your rationale, Americans are animals.

except for the part where he clarified he's linking it to an ideology, not ethnicity or nationality

He also said that the West needs to rethink their Islamic immigration policies.

And I stand by that. Islam is not a race. It's an ideology. A very warped ideology.
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#2 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -
[QUOTE="TruthTellers"]The peaceful religion strikes again.SPBoss
Sorry but killing innocents is definitely not permitted in Islam, maybe you should get your head out of Fox News' ass and think for yourself

And yet it happens again and again and again and again, not just in the West, but in various other parts of the world as well. Maybe you need to stop being blinded by the barbaric, repressive ideology mandated by an ancient, outdated religious text (the Quran) and think for yourself.
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#3 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -

Europe, Australia, and North America seriously need to re-think their policies on Islamic immigration.  It's way past time.

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#4 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -

Relocate ICAO from a socially and technologically progressive nation to a region of the world that's deeply mired in the dark ages?  No thanks.

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#5 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -
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I'm pretty sure this is more than just an issue of someone bumping into someone else.

Any place with a sizable muslim population will see conflict of some kind.  Problem is, they generally tend to be quite rigid in their beliefs, and don't really have much respect for the values held even by the overwhelming majority.  They push and prod, and then cry foul when people don't take kindly to it.

NoSpeakyEnglish
Sorry what? The Rohingya people (who are indeed Muslim), have suffered violation of their human rights for 3 decades now. You seriously think it's their own fault for getting raped/murdered/assaulted?

I'm against rape. But this is exactly the kind of stuff that muslims do to minorities in places where they dominate. And in regions where they don't, they still generally have a total lack of respect for the values and culture of the majority. And then things come to a boiling point. It happens practically everywhere.
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#6 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -

I'm pretty sure this is more than just an issue of someone bumping into someone else.

Any place with a sizable muslim population will see conflict of some kind.  Problem is, they generally tend to be quite rigid in their beliefs, and don't really have much respect for the values held even by the overwhelming majority.  They push and prod, and then cry foul when people don't take kindly to it.

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#7 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -

You think athiests are weird for not believing, and more importantly, basing their life philosophies around the writings of ancient people who sometimes made totally outrageous claims that lack any first-hand, tangible evidence?

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#8 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -

I knew a kid in college...a muslim guy born in the West, but raised in Asia.  He actually believed that if a woman got pregnant through rape, it's not really rape. Because a woman HAS to be turned on in order to get pregnant.  So in other words, she wanted it.

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#9 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -

Six times bigger than Earth? That's a lot of gravity.ZX81plus3

Elcor!!!!!!

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#10 Posted by Blaze787 (534 posts) -

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Totally with Israel on this. Why? Because it's practically the only socially and technologically progressive nation in that region.

When a religion claims that all "infidels" (read: non-believers) need to be converted or killed, and have actually practiced this ideology in the 21st century, it becomes very hard to take their side on any issue.

lordreaven

*cough* Turkey*cough*

Turkey isn't all that progressive anymore. The secular military has been silenced, and it's been flexing its fundamentalist religious muscle lately. I really hope the secular voices in that country prevail, but it's certainly not what it used to be.