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Here then! Simple1
Whether I am of any nationality, of any origin, I do not see why a country sends its soldiers to a territory which is not its own and especially which has no recognition for those who are fighting and die for them.
You don't have Africans at home (from Mali or elsewhere) and you never observe their behavior?
Now, if you are still old enough to trudge through the djebels, get involved and, if not, help them by distributing food, clothes, in their country.
And don't forget to retype their box.
They will watch you do it.
They love the assistantship.
Otherwise, if they are in your country, open your house to them indefinitely.
They love to squat. It reminds them of their country.
Live at 15 !!!!!

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Good to see this has been reported, rather than swept under the carpet 

Multiculturalism is a disaster. Globalists are pushing this agenda all over the world.

Remember….we must learn to use the correct terminology.   This wasn’t an outrageous, obscene, cold-blooded, deranged, psychotic murder….it was an emblematic example of vibrant cultural diver

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4 minutes ago, simple1 said:

Christians / Jews are respected as 'people of the book', shared prophets, myths and so on.

 

If they are so respected, why did Mohammed order the slaughter of 100s of Muslim boys and men at Banu Qurayza? Why did he order that Christians and Jews be extorted to pay jizya?

 

Mohammed sucked up to Jews when he thought they might be useful to him during his time in Mecca.  That's why he appropriated Jewish history and traditions for his newfangled religion - to make it more appealing to Jews.  That turned to virulent hatred during his Medina period when he realised they were not going to recognise him as one of their prophets or convert to worshipping him and the pagan moon god, "Allah".

 

In short, it's possible to cherry-pick verses from the Koran that are positive towards Jews, but they are all from Mohammed's Mecca period and are totally abrogated by his subsequent revelations.

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18 minutes ago, Oxx said:

 

If they are so respected, why did Mohammed order the slaughter of 100s of Muslim boys and men at Banu Qurayza? Why did he order that Christians and Jews be extorted to pay jizya?

 

Mohammed sucked up to Jews when he thought they might be useful to him during his time in Mecca.  That's why he appropriated Jewish history and traditions for his newfangled religion - to make it more appealing to Jews.  That turned to virulent hatred during his Medina period when he realised they were not going to recognise him as one of their prophets or convert to worshipping him and the pagan moon god, "Allah".

 

In short, it's possible to cherry-pick verses from the Koran that are positive towards Jews, but they are all from Mohammed's Mecca period and are totally abrogated by his subsequent revelations.

Do you know how to interpret the Koran, context of the Sword verses, history of disputes on interpretation, still unresolved for homogenous agreement after hundreds of years and so on. Even the number of authentic Hadiths is disputed, Are you a Koranic scholar, I'm not, nor do do I pretend to be - how about you?

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6 minutes ago, simple1 said:

Do you know how to interpret the Koran, context of the Sword verses, history of disputes on interpretation, still unresolved for homogenous agreement after hundreds of years and so on. Even the number of authentic Hadiths is disputed, Are you a Koranic scholar, I'm not, nor do do I pretend to be - how about you?

As you seem to know a lot about this religion, does ISIS know how to interpret the Koran.....?

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16 minutes ago, simple1 said:

Do you know how to interpret the Koran, context of the Sword verses, history of disputes on interpretation, still unresolved for homogenous agreement after hundreds of years and so on. Even the number of authentic Hadiths is disputed, Are you a Koranic scholar, I'm not, nor do do I pretend to be - how about you?

We don't care, these specious quibbles are totally irrelevant - We don't want of that social/political system on our soil completely antinomic to our values, impacting our daily lives - period. 

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1 hour ago, CorpusChristie said:

Aren't real, proper Muslims forbidden to have non Muslim friends , as written in the Koran ?

May be when it was written but religion and mostly people evolve, apart from for the extremists. Similar could be said for Christianity but I don't see many Christians following every rule in the book

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6 minutes ago, simple1 said:

You don't care, but IMO relevant to comprehend. ignorance is not a solution, I believe many Muslims would not be educated on the history, in context, nor the spiritual aspects of Islam, which is the true path for any religion, but rarely practiced. There is an an excellent book written by an ex Islamic extremist - "The Islamist", a good insight on the issues and a potential way forward to engage. You may like to look up the authors current profile; Ed Husain

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Islamist

this book: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Looming_Tower

explains what it's about.

 

 

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7 minutes ago, tgw said:

this book: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Looming_Tower

explains what it's about.

 

 

if you're interested in the ideology behind Islamist terror after 9/11 try reading 'The Management of Savagery". The English translation may now be blocked for download, but the link below provides an overview.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Management_of_Savagery

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2 hours ago, simple1 said:

Still, the bottom line is that the native birthrate in France is unsustainably low and they need immigrants to support the retirement pensions of aging French citizens. So the motivation for opening the country to immigrants seems logical, but doing so without extreme discretion has proven unwise. 

It's ultimately short-sighted because the high birthrate of the Muslim immigrants will mean that soon they will be electing their own to government and eventually will simply defund the social system and phase in sharia law.

 

Human history is a long story of one culture subsuming another to extinction. The Japanese seem to be the least willing to accept this and are literally paying couples to have children, not just tax breaks. 

 

I've had spirited discussions with French citizens who fervently claim that the immigrants will embrace French culture and assimilate. In my opinion this is wishful thinking. Islam is not a religion, it is a way of life that will not be abandoned easily. Islam stresses assimilation but strictly one direction. 

 

This entire conundrum is common to several western EU countries and the results are in evidence in many, Germany being another example. 

 

For better or not the Islamization of Europe is underway and accelerating; France is not unique except in being farthest along in the process. Muslims are ~9% of the population today, over 6% in Germany, 8% in Sweden. This is one of the consequences of cradle-to-grave socialism. 

 

Pew Research Center statistics:

https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2017/11/29/5-facts-about-the-muslim-population-in-europe/

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6 hours ago, baansgr said:

Knifed to death....he was beheaded with a kitchen knife in public and in full view of other teachers and students. Enrichment gathers pace

He needs to be drowned in a barrel of pig blood 

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23 minutes ago, simple1 said:

You don't care, but IMO relevant to comprehend. ignorance is not a solution, I believe many Muslims would not be educated on the history, in context, nor the spiritual aspects of Islam, which is the true path for any religion, but rarely practiced. There is an an excellent book written by an ex Islamic extremist - "The Islamist", a good insight on the issues and a potential way forward to engage. You may like to look up the authors current profile; Ed Husain

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Islamist

it's not an Islamist issue, it's Islam. And in France we don't submit to Religion.

Repeated terror attacks prove that there is no moderate Islam or radical Islam -  " Islam is Islamism at rest and Islamism is Islam in motion. It's one and the same thing" (Ferhat Mehenni))

But we know it already - all the rest is cover up

 
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1 hour ago, luckyluke said:

What we don't see is a clearly condemnation.

 

I am not aware of any public manifestation of Muslims against the atrocities committed by some of their like.

 

Silence means consent ?

I didn't voice out for BLM but that doesn't mean I disagree with it. I dislike the notion that if anyone doesn't actively show support they are considered bad or the enemy.

 

I do get your point though, but what are they meant to do? Are there marches after terrorist attacks to join? I guess nowadays it's sharing a hashtag or two

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