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    Quote Originally Posted by tricolordad View Post
    That wasn't a statement directly to you, it was for anyone who was looking to stir up something.

    You never hear about an American citizen who happens to be Muslim speaking out against terrorism because the media does not want you to. The current trend that they have found to be profitable is Islamic Terrorism. It's a way to stir up racial tensions, as well as religious, which always breeds violence and returns healthier profits to them. I personally spoke out against terrorism with my pen and my rifle. I spent 7 hours signing the contract, and the next 5 years fighting and killing these bastards.

    To answer your first, second and third questions: Yes, Sharia law is a bastardization of the truth. It is a personal agenda. At the dawn of the millenium, there were no police, no soldiers and no citizens on patrol. It simply didn't happen and being the weaker of the two sexes, women were often raped, beaten and murdered simply because they couldn't fight back. Things were so bad that even Muhammed (PBUH) carried a sword. The veil was originally (as best as anyone can guess) used to conceal women's looks so that a man did not covet what was not his to covet. The same goes for not leaving the house without a man, it was a security issue. But sadly women are not always treated equally, and it is still recent history even in this country, where women did not get to vote until the 1970s. Just like you have baptists, lutherans, catholic, evangelical lutherans, protestants, greek orthodox etc etc, we have Shi'a, Sunni, Wahhabi, Sufi, Ahmaddyya (<----the last one is crap, just sayin.) and so on, but there are rotten apples in each individual denomination. 99.9999999999% of the people are average everyday good people, but there is always that .0000000001% of the population that does not understand reality from paranoid delusional violent ****** up murdering. What we need to watch out for are actual terrorist organizations who use religion as a front. And we already know who they are. Will some cease to exist while other new ones pop up? Yes, but that is true with all terrorist groups. Look at how long the British have been fighting the Protestant vs. Catholic terrorism. The media stopped reporting on it almost 15 years ago, but the IRA is alive and well and blowing up British soldiers, police, and innocent civilians, all in the name of religion. As andey said, Christians are quick to distance themselves from Westboro, but quick to lump all Muslims in together with that 1 gazillionth (and declining, Hooah!) of a percent that are extremist. The same is true for Islam, but nobody is listening to us. It's not a religious problem, it's a people problem. Mental illness breeds ill will.

    I appreciate the questions, you're one of the few who actually want to know the truth. Instead of screaming "terrorist!" I wish people would ask questions. If you have questions, you can call your local Islamic center. Those are kind of like community centers for Muslim faithful. And before opspec aka mckee gets started on the "Muslim only zones" garbage, our kids deserve somewhere safe to play as well. If there wasn't a constant threat of violence and murder against our children for an offense we and they did not commit, then we wouldn't have them.

    FWIW, I worry too. Al Qaeda is funneling thousands of terrorists our way while Obama intentionally turns his back. (And the reason does not have to do with religion...he is a communist, he will say he is whatever religion you want to hear as long as you vote for him.) I've seen enough death, I have no wish to keep fighting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whodat2710 View Post
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    Yup. Hate is hard to understand. This is my Quran and anyone can read it as long as they treat it with respect. It's doesn't belong to them. It's mine.

    Sura 2 verse 62 says that those who are Jews, Christians or Muslims who believe in god and the last day and have lived righteous lives shall see heaven. Why would anyone want to hide that? <----sarcasm alert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ezkl2230 View Post
    I live right around the corner from an Islamic center. I used to work with the wife of the Imam - she was a ticket agent for American Eagle airlines. In the last year or so, I'm seeing a lot of burkas coming out; we've always had hijabs, the burkas are a more recent development. I hope that isn't an indicator that the dynamics of the center are changing.
    Maybe its the wives going baaaaa and covering up more because an "official" claims it makes heaven favor her more...maybe they are being harassed by people who watch the center and follow them. Maybe they are recent arrivals from another country. There's lots of reasons for wearing a burka. My wife is catholic and dresses how she pleases.

    I almost married a Somali girl who wore a burka. We broke up when i joined the Army, she couldn't love a killer she said. Nicest girl in the world. Last December I saw her at the Mall of America. Dressed like your average everyday slut. The point I'm making is that some women are forced to wear the burka. Maybe its chauvinism, maybe it's tradition. Never can tell. They're probably just old women.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farsidefan1 View Post
    So who is the idiot trying to put words in the mouths of a million black men? I'm pretty sure no one gathered signatures yet.
    Al does it everyday.
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    Once again criminals will not comply only honest citizens will and then while you are giving a warning you will be shot by the none compliant thug. Another give the thug a edge law.
    Some times you just have to say wtf!

  7. Quote Originally Posted by tricolordad View Post
    The whole not eating pork thing had to do with a then popular belief that pigs were vassals of the devil who harbored the wandering souls of demons. I recall a similar story about a possessed man being exorcized by Jesus and the soul being draw to a herd of pigs who then ran off a cliff. I've never met a pig that spoke to me in tongues, but if I do, I will not eat it. Until then, I will eat the nutritious meat Allah has provided.
    I've always figured that the reason that certain animals are described as off-limits for eating was most likely caused by disease.. Undercooked pork (and some other meats) can cause trichinosis, which can be painful, deadly, and can even cause people to go crazy (could be viewed as possession by primitive cultures). The Bible has similar prohibitions to certain animals, and likely for similar reasons.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by TruthSeeker View Post
    I've always figured that the reason that certain animals are described as off-limits for eating was most likely caused by disease.. Undercooked pork (and some other meats) can cause trichinosis, which can be painful, deadly, and can even cause people to go crazy (could be viewed as possession by primitive cultures). The Bible has similar prohibitions to certain animals, and likely for similar reasons.
    Funny this topic got brought up just as I'm reading about it in a geography class I'm taking this summer.
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  9. This is idiotic. It basically excuses the "trayvon" counterpart for initiating violence while taking away the self-defense right of the "zimmerman" counterpart. Just plain stupid.

  10. ...by the way, saying to someone during a confrontation, "hey, I have a gun," is a pretty inflamatroy and threatening statement. As I said before, "Just plain stupid."

  11. Sarcasm? How is saying, "hey, I have a gun," DURING A CONFRONTATION anything but inflamatory and threatening (as is brandishing)?

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