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I'm not surprised it's deeply Democrat and about to elect a pagan.
Is this not "out group" thinking about both democrats and pagans? (in-group being... what? religious right wing people).
Muslims do not create socially stable societies. The only way they achieve stability is through brutality. My proof? The entire middle east.
Can't wait for the first female Muslim to be sworn in to Congress.
Unfortunately your belifes do not constitute facts
Oh Goran you forgot quite a few “example” Muslim countries. There’s also Somalia, Sudan, Pakistan (used to be doing well as part of India before Islam took over), Malaysia, Indonesia (bomb for Bali anyone?), and a few choice bits of the Philippines like Mindinao which recently had a very bloody insurrection. You could also mention how Londonistan has fared under Islamic occupation, with mass stabbings every day, horrifying acid attacks, rape and grooming gangs, the abolishment of free speech (might offend the Muslims), and main thoroughfares looking like processions of trash bags. Oh yes, Islam has enriched the world. It turns everything it touches into a shit hole!
These are neither all Arabs, nor all Muslim, nor... hummm democrats... what are you trying to show here?
The combination implies that you support the agenda of the "New America Muslim Diaspora Initiative," to promote hijrah, spreading Islam.
Christianity just isn't doing it for me anymore I'm going for the underdog. Number 2 or is it #2
FPBT saysChristianity just isn't doing it for me anymore I'm going for the underdog. Number 2 or is it #2You’re welcome to self deport to a suitable Muslim shit hole. Don’t be bringing your life choices on the rest of us!
first amendment right
Example of anti-muslim violence from Newamerica.org:June 4, 2018Irmo, SCMayor Hardy King shared a photo on his Facebook account that blamed Muslims for a series of attacks, including the San Bernardino and Orlando shootings. It was the second anti-Muslim post he made on his account in a one month period.
Quigley saysFPBT saysChristianity just isn't doing it for me anymore I'm going for the underdog. Number 2 or is it #2You’re welcome to self deport to a suitable Muslim shit hole. Don’t be bringing your life choices on the rest of us!It's her first amendment right to practice what ever religion she chooses, if that makes you uncomfortable thats too bad.
Are you suggesting, it time to update first amendment to exclude this f. religion
when in fact he was merely telling the truth
Maybe she’s also married to her brother? https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/08/democratic-congressional-candidate-from-minnesota-divorces-her-brother/
Liberals are going to bring society back into Stone Age.
Why is Christians killing in the name of God any more moral than Muslims killing in the name of allah?FortWayne saysLiberals are going to bring society back into Stone Age.
They wanted us dead. And they lost, because our army steamrolled their shit.
It’s mind boggling there are stupid people today who support those who want us all dead.
You want to die in the name of some weird interpretation of equality, feel free. It’s a free country. But don’t you dare put the rest of us into that stupid position.
FortWayne saysYou want to die in the name of some weird interpretation of equality, feel free. It’s a free country. But don’t you dare put the rest of us into that stupid position.Can you please explain to me the difference between you wanting all of them dead and them wanting all of you dead? Which side is right? I say both sides are wrong.
Being the gateway pundit the more likely answer is Fake News.http://www.fox9.com/news/193132614-story
Your link provided verification rather than refutation
If someone tries to kill you, you kill them right back. End of story.
FortWayne saysIf someone tries to kill you, you kill them right back. End of story.2 wrongs don't make a right. What happened to thou shall not kill? I guess that is why I'm not a fan of Christians they can be such big hippocrates
your belifes do not constitute facts
Now you are just trolling
What happened to defending yourself?
FPBT saysyour belifes do not constitute factsNeither do yours. Worse, when people post actual facts, you persist in counterfactual beliefs. (Please note the correct spelling of beliefs.)
FortWayne saysWhat happened to defending yourself?Which commandment is that?
Here is some more from the above linkToday, Omar’s supporters are touting her latest response, and lacerating media racism. Omar IS judged differently. The bigots are more likely to provoke, and more likely to find takers in a majority-culture ignorant of how the Muslim faith works. (This also constrains us from evaluating claims based on faith.) Some is pure circumstance: Omar is from a culture of relatively recent immigrants.But there are other media-training lessons here. Ad hominem attacks on bigots’ motives — however valid — won’t sway good reporters. Calling a source an Islamphobe or Donald Trump, Jr. may be excellent politics, but it doesn’t suffice as a response. I don’t care who gives me the tip, though I’ll try to characterize my source honestly in my story — if it runs.
911 showed us exactly how their faith works. Actions speak louder than words.
[i]s it not a contradiction to Islam to say, in effect, to a Christian, I love Allah but I will kill you"?
When did I dispute actual facts?
FortWayne says911 showed us exactly how their faith works. Actions speak louder than words.For example, in the Crusades (circa. 1095 to 1270 C. E), Christians killed Muslims in the name of Jesus and Muslims killed Christians in the name of Allah. Is it not a contradiction to Christianity for a Christian to say, in effect, to a Muslim, "I love Jesus but I will kill you"? Similarly, is it not a contradiction to Islam to say, in effect, to a Christian, I love Allah but I will kill you"?What shocks outsiders of Christianity and Islam, especially atheists and agnostics, is how could men who were dedicated to Jesus and Allah kill each other for religious purposes? No matter what moral and religious justifications may be offered for such killings, they are clearly wrong and deserve categorical and unequivocal condemnation by believers and non-believers alike.
FortWayne saysDanI miss Dan, who did acknowledge honestly the current differences in behavior between different religions.FP/FPBT does not.Also, Dan could spell, unlike FPBT:FPBT saysa qoute?FP could spell too, which makes me wonder what has happened.
I miss Dan, who did acknowledge honestly the current differences in behavior between different religions.
Dates wasn’t something he comprehended.
curious2 saysI miss Dan, who did acknowledge honestly the current differences in behavior between different religions.How many American soldiers pray to God before they go into battle? How is every Iraqi killed in Iraq not killed in God we trust?
When you figure a difference you let us know. Use that brain of yours.
For example, radical Christians who gun-down abortion doctors are religious terrorists. They also commit terroristic acts in bombing abortion clinics. Such Christians "fight" for the unborn child’s right to life but they deprive the doctor of his or her right to life. They believe that all human life is sacred but they attack the doctor’s sacredness of life. However, in doing so, Christian extremists are murdering doctors.
Another example is radical Muslims, such as suicide bombers, believe that they are dying for Allah or God and will be rewarded by him. They believe that what they are doing is right. However, believing something does not make it so. In other words, belief does not create reality. No matter how sincere the suicide bombers’ belief (the subjective factor of the moral act) that they will be rewarded by God, their sincerity does not make the act of killing innocent human beings (the objective factor of the moral act) right. In fact, it is murder!
A criticism of Right-Wing or radical Muslim terrorists should not be construed as a criticism of Islam per se, the religion to which the terrorist belongs. Of course, not all Muslims are terrorists. However, there are Muslims who justify their own beliefs by "proof-texting," that is, wrenching a religious text from its context as a pretext or cover-up to justify terrorism. Likewise, a criticism of Right-Wing Christians should not be construed as a criticism of Christianity per se. Not all Christians are, theologically and politically, on the far Right. In the words of John Warwick Montgomery, a scholar of international law, "[I]t is hardly fair to attribute to the Christian religion acts or opinions that in fact are in direct opposition to Christ’s own teachings."
If he has a Christian bone in his body, it belongs to his priest :)
How many Indonesians do we see
Christianity just isn't doing it for me anymore I'm going for the underdog.