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I am surprised there isn’t more of this stuff.


The Christians in the last 30 years have invaded and killed hundreds of thousands in Iraq for weapons of mass destruction that didn’t exist, in Syria, in Afghanistan looking for a Saudi bloke who was living in Pakistan etc, bombed their houses, killed thousands of innocent people and lied about it. 
 

https://theintercept.com/2018/02/06/lie-after-lie-what-colin-powell-knew-about-iraq-fifteen-years-ago-and-what-he-told-the-un/

 

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-07-14/australian-special-forces-killed-unarmed-civilians-in-kandahar/12441974

 

Hundreds of stories similar to above. People can only take so much before they strike back. If anyone killed my kids, mother and bombed my house I would devote my life to getting revenge.
I am not Christian or Muslim.

 

 


 

 

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Might not be too safe to be a white person in Malaysia, French or not. This guy just said it is open season on them. How many British still think it's better to retire to Malaysia than Thailand?

Mahathir is a deluded idiot if he thinks this.

What about all the other attacks?   Civil war coming - European countries need to reclaim their countries back    

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5 minutes ago, polpott said:

I could give you countless stories of their unfriendliness. Here's just one. I was sat opposite a young couple int he station in KL waiting for a train. They were very chatty and keen to practice their English. As soon as I told them I was British they turned away and completely blanked me.

 

Odd....with who else would they practice English? Do you think that they wouldn't have done so with an American? Seems a bit odd to me.

Maybe a misunderstanding.

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Just now, Eindhoven said:

 

Odd....with who else would they practice English? Do you think that they wouldn't have done so with an American? Seems a bit odd to me.

Maybe a misunderstanding.

Yes I assumed that they must have thought that I was American. After talking to me for several minutes, they asked me where I was from. I said England and they immediately turned away and did't speak another word. They wouldn't even look at me.

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1 hour ago, Ganesh108 said:

Islam and dictatorship go hand in hand. Islam is fascism. 

I have  many friends  who are Muslim and in open discussion of the radical acts  not one of them has expressed anything less than disgust and genuine horror for what they see as illegitimate manipulation of the words in the Koran.

They are also saddened and resentful of the fact that all Muslim are generally perceived as militant radical potential  terrorists which too often is encouraged  for political reason while the base cause for the influx of refugees is due to the interference and conflict exacerbated by Western nations.

 

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, spidermike007 said:

Some of the most glaring recent examples of religious persecution are the mass atrocities perpetrated by Daesh, one of the most violent terror groups in the world. Daesh became especially notorious for its methods of killings that included burning people alive in cages, beheadings, or throwing people from high buildings in order to punish anyone who opposed its rule.

 

Daesh is synonymous with ISIS. The name ISIS would be more familiar to people. 

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3 minutes ago, Dumbastheycome said:

I have  many friends  who are Muslim and in open discussion of the radical acts  not one of them has expressed anything less than disgust and genuine horror for what they see as illegitimate manipulation of the words in the Koran.

They are also saddened and resentful of the fact that all Muslim are generally perceived as militant radical potential  terrorists which too often is encouraged  for political reason while the base cause for the influx of refugees is due to the interference and conflict exacerbated by Western nations.

 

 

 

 

 

we've been served the same reheated dish

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2 minutes ago, Ganesh108 said:

 

I would dispute that there's any illegitimate manipulation. How many times does the 'prophet' speak of killing infidels? 100 or so?

I think it is meant in the context of "defending the right" as opposed to inflicting the  belief. I am no scholar of the Koran but I seem to recall the Bible contains a similar claim.

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