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13 hours ago, Krataiboy said:

How about practising what you preach?

 

A Pew Research report in 2017 which concluded that almost seven out of ten Muslims worldwide want Sharia law.  

 

An Independent Communications and Marketing (ICM) survey in 2016 showed 43 percent of UK Muslims wanted Sharia law to replace British law, with only 22 percent against.

 

On the other side of the Pond, a Centre for Security poll revealed that 51 percent of Muslims wanted to right to choose between living under Sharia or US legal system.

 

Like I said, facts are facts, however ideologically inconvenient they may be for some of us.

Facts are facts especially when you make them up to meet your own needs. Why not just accept that not everyone is a bigot?

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I have actually read the Qu'ran, albeit a translation.

 

There are some very, very disturbing passages in there.

 

 

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1 hour ago, pr9spk said:

I have actually read the Qu'ran, albeit a translation.

 

 

It advocates infiltrating the lands of the infidels, living amongst them, and then overcoming them.

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15 minutes ago, pr9spk said:

It advocates infiltrating the lands of the infidels, living amongst them, and then overcoming them.

Far more subversive than the Crusades

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34 minutes ago, Fairynuff said:

Far more subversive than the Crusades

The Crusades would have been far more bitter and deadly if everyone was using Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Chuck in black market AK-47s, home made explosives, and it would have been a total and utter mess. Having your decapitated head raised on a pike cannot have been very nice, but instead of doing that, nowadays they cut your head off and put in on YouTube.

 

It would have been 200 years of shootings, and cowardly bombings, killing women and children, and people crashing flying dragons into villages killing thousands.

 

Not much different to what is happening now.

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35 minutes ago, pr9spk said:

The Crusades would have been far more bitter and deadly if everyone was using Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Chuck in black market AK-47s, home made explosives, and it would have been a total and utter mess. Having your decapitated head raised on a pike cannot have been very nice, but instead of doing that, nowadays they cut your head off and put in on YouTube.

 

It would have been 200 years of shootings, and cowardly bombings, killing women and children, and people crashing flying dragons into villages killing thousands.

 

Not much different to what is happening now.

Spot on! 

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All this fanatical stuff is getting out of hand.  The only people I want to kick the crap out of are my Thai relatives that I sponsored to come to the USA.  But then they came today to rake the leaves out of my yard and offered to clean the house, so I didn't kill them.

 

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1 hour ago, Damrongsak said:

All this fanatical stuff is getting out of hand.  The only people I want to kick the crap out of are my Thai relatives that I sponsored to come to the USA.  But then they came today to rake the leaves out of my yard and offered to clean the house, so I didn't kill them.

 

I think you'll find that many married guys in the US and UK also would like to beat and torture their in-laws, especially the mother-in-law, being Thai has nothing to do with it at all.

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11 hours ago, Fairynuff said:

Facts are facts especially when you make them up to meet your own needs. Why not just accept that not everyone is a bigot?

A bigot won't accept facts which undermine their beliefs. If the cap fits. . . 

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22 hours ago, joecoolfrog said:

Hitler thought the same about the Jews .

Really? Where's the evidence?

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8 hours ago, Damrongsak said:

All this fanatical stuff is getting out of hand.  The only people I want to kick the crap out of are my Thai relatives that I sponsored to come to the USA.  But then they came today to rake the leaves out of my yard and offered to clean the house, so I didn't kill them.

 

I don't want to hurt any other human being, learn to walk away from trouble and choose the middle path.

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9 hours ago, Fairynuff said:

Far more subversive than the Crusades

Glib nonsense. The Crusades were a response to 400 years of Muslim wars of conquest in Christian lands. 

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2 hours ago, Krataiboy said:

Glib nonsense. The Crusades were a response to 400 years of Muslim wars of conquest in Christian lands. 

I rest my case, blinkered bigots see what suits them

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18 hours ago, Fairynuff said:

I rest my case, blinkered bigots see what suits them

You don't have a case to rest. Stop name calling. Start producing some facts. Or give us all a break.

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