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    About the only thing in this world that scares me worse than radical islam, are the idiot's in this country who voted for Hussein, and still walk around in a daze thinking he is NOT a muslim. Stupidity knows no bounds.

    YouTube- Obama: "My Muslim Faith"

    Would you "accidentally" call yourself a muslim on national TV? Bill T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -06 View Post
    Atrocities happen in every conflict/war but to compare terrorist to the crusaders is wrong. They responded to cries from citizens to be relieved from torture, murder, and religious persecution. They went to recapture the "holy land" from invaders who desecrated the place. To compare them to villainous murdering psychopaths bent on annihilating all unbelievers is again, wrong.
    06, I have to contradict you in your defense of the Crusaders. These were not Christians having the heart of Christ, quite to the contrary. The Crusaders viciously murdered every JEW that would not convert to Christianity, they were no different then than the Islamic terrorists are today. Most of world history is very ugly, and the truth is withheld from our children's history books for all the wrong reasons. To this very day the symbol of the CROSS displayed by the Crusaders is held in fear and contempt by the JEWS, and rightly so. The Crusades were just another evil quest in the name of Christianity that mockers so often use today in defense of their criticism of Christian peace & love throughout history. Sorry, but the truth is what it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by billt View Post
    Exactly correct! I'm giving the benefit of the doubt to all of these whiners who spout off about all of the "good muslims", and how they have the "right" to pursue all of their religious freedoms. On a good day we're looking at 13 MILLION of these worthless vermin if we use their numbers. If we are more realistic about all of this, the number is in fact much larger.

    Ask yourself this. Why would ANY good and decent human being want to be a part of a "religion" that is responsible for so much killing and death in the world? How many parishioners do you think the Catholic church would have left if they were responsible for something as violent and deadly as 9/11? Their churches would empty out faster than a crowded elevator after someone let a beer fart go. Just look at what the pedophile priest scandal did to them. And it was miniscule by comparison, and no one died.

    The chilling fact of the matter is the number of so called "good muslims" who support these animals is far greater than anyone wants to admit. This is what makes these worthless animals so deadly. Ask Mohammad Atta's neighbors. They'll be the first to tell you what a swell guy they all thought he was. Their kids played with his. He waved to them on his way to "flight school". On and on. The ace in the whole these vermin have is they've convinced the people in this country they are not dangerous. Just like that "trained" Tiger that just about bit off Roy's head, of the Vegas team of Sigfried & Roy.

    These people are so warped by their stupid, senseless "religion", they can't see or think straight. I don't trust ANY or ALL of them. You know the number of them who secretly cheered after the 9/11 attacks was in the tens or even hundreds of millions world wide. How often do you ever hear of any of these "good muslims" talking down radical islam? They almost NEVER do because they are scared to death of what might happen to them. All of these mosques have a pipeline to these **********. That should tell these people something right there, but no, they continue to blindly follow this stupid, senseless "faith". They are all nothing more than warped, dangerous idiot's. ALL OF THEM! Absolutely zero good can come from a "religion" that is based for the most part on violence. Or at least condones it to the degree these animals do. And there are 1.3 BILLION OF THEM WORLDWIDE! THAT in itself poses a danger of epic proportions. Also, if we have any grammar junkies on this forum, notice I didn't capitalize "islam" or "muslims". There is a reason for that. Bill T.
    +1 You said it.
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    Oh man, what a thread. Maybe, even for those who do not believe in the Bible, that we are reaching the end of our time. The rise of the Muslim people could very well bring itself into an epic battle with all others on the face of this earth. If this is to be, then that would certainly answer the question of wether or not the Bible is correct. I believe it is, but do I think we are finally at the finish line for the human race? Only some time will answer that question. Personally I don't have anything for or against Muslims, until they decide to try to get to what I love and try to protect. I would feel that way towards anybody, no matter what they think they are. To me they are just people who found the latest and greatest vehicle to channel their hate through toward others. People have been doing that for thousands of years. To me the "Muslim" thing is just another in a long list of reasons why people need something to use as that vehicle of hate, without it they just look like idiots who hate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by handgonnetoter View Post
    Maybe, even for those who do not believe in the Bible, that we are reaching the end of our time. The rise of the Muslim people could very well bring itself into an epic battle with all others on the face of this earth. If this is to be, then that would certainly answer the question of wether or not the Bible is correct.
    Ezekiel 38 & 39 tells us that these Muslim nations along with Russia (the battle of Gog & Magog) will attack Israel soon after they sign a 7 year treaty. God says that He will fight the battle for Israel and destroy all but 1/6 of the invading armies. The world won't have to put up with the Muslims for very long being that this battle is just on the horizon and only 1/6 of them will still be around. The Epic Battle to involve all others on the face of the earth will be when the kings of the east (mostly China) invade Israel with an army of TWO HUNDRED MILLION to fight the anti-christ in the Battle of Armageddon. That's the short & sweet version of it, "for those that do believe the Bible is correct". In the meantime, keep your eyes on Damascus, before it disappears.
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    I believe totally the entire Middle East is about to ignite in a war of epic proportions. Every trigger is cocked, and the violence is all but assured. My biggest concern is our country has never been weaker than it is right now. We have a Marxist for a President that all but hates this nation, along with everything it stands for.

    In addition we've got blind idiot's for citizens who think we're the bad guys, and have been trained by idiot, liberal, left wing college professors, and a worthless President that nothing is worth fighting for. They think freedom comes in a bottle like roll on deodorant. We are going to be in the fight of our lives, and have a totally unprepared country, with a moron for a leader. If we survive it will be a miracle. Bill T.

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    Ringo, where in here do you see Jews murdered???
    The End of Europe's Middle Ages

    The Crusades

    The Crusades were military or quasi-military expeditions launched by Christian secular and religious rulers against Moslems in the Middle East from 1096 to 1291. Religious fervour was an extremely important factor in arousing the Christians to organize military expeditions, as was the hope of gaining immense riches and increased power.

    Although the eastern Mediterranean area was conquered by the Aravs in the seventh century, Christians had been permitted to visit the sacred places in the Holy Land until 1071 when the Seljuk Turks swept in from Asia and defeated the Byzantines at the Battle of Manzikert. Seizing all of Asia Minor as well as the Holy Land the Seljuk Turks soon impeded Christian pilgrimages to Jerusalem, forcing the Byzantine emperor, Alexius Comnenus, to ask Pope Urban II (1088-1099) for help against the Turks in the early 1090s. The Pope viewed this request as a great opportunity. Not only could it restore Christian control over the Holy Land, but it also provided a means of domestic pacification that focused the aggression of the European nobility towards the Moslems instead of each other. In addition, coming to the aid of Byzantium held the possibility of a reunion between the eastern and western Churches after almost four decades of schism, thereby strengthening the western Church in general and the papacy in particular.

    First Crusade

    The response of the European nobility to Pope Urban's summons to retake the Holy Land was overwhelming; thousands who had meager prospects at home enrolled in the venture. By 1096, the First Crusade was underway. Preceding the Knights' military expedition was the 'People's Crusade', led by Peter the Hermit, a wandering preacher who claimed to have had a vision calling him to lead a crusade against the Moslem infidel. This large group of peasants and the dispossessed set out for Constantinople. Few of them reached their ultimate goal in the Holy Land as most died before reaching Asia Minor. The few survivors were slaughtered by the Turks.

    The knights' expedition was more successful. After arriving at Constantinople, the crusaders invaded Asia Minor in early 1097. On the road to Jerusalem, the crusaders fought a series of battles with the Moslems and laid seige to the wealthy coastal cities. Antioch, the most important city en route, long resisted conquest and its eventual capture led to a rivalry between the Christian leaders to claim the city as their own. The crusaders, however, did not abandon their original plan of liberating Jerusalem. This plan was accomplished in July of 1098 when, after six weeks of fighting, The Crusaders had achieved their goal. No future crusade was to enjoy the success of the first.

    Some of the crusaders returned home while others remained in Syria to reap the fruits of their victory. They set up four states on the eastern shore of the Mediterranean called the Latin States of the Crusaders. These states were the county of Edessa, the Principality of Antioch, the County of Tripolis, and the Kingdom of Jerusalem.

    Second Crusade

    Soon after the First Crusade, the Moslems began to recover lost territory beginning with the recovery of Edessa by the Seljuk Turks in 1144. Western Christians responded by launching the Second Crusade. This time it was the preachings of Bernard of Clairvaux that stirred Europe into action. Emperor Conrad III of Germany and King Louis VII of France invaded Asia Minor (1147-49), but rather than trying to regain Edessa, the Crusaders besieged Damascus, which they were unable to take. Their failure encouraged the Moslems to renew their attacks on Christian-held areas.

    Third Crusade

    The 1170s and 1180s saw the rise of a new, united Islamic state with Egypt as its center, led by the talented Turkish general, Saladin. Provoked by Christian aggression in the Holy Land, Saladin attacked and reconquered much of the Christian territory in the east including Jerusalem. Jerusalem's fall provoked the launching of a Third Crusade (1189-92). This crusade was led by three of the most renowned leaders of medieval Europe: the Holy Roman Emperor, Frederick Barbarossa, King Richard the Lion-Hearted of England, and King Philip Augustus of France. Frederick Barbarossa's troops marched overland to Asia Minor but his campaign ended after he drowned while crossing a stream after which most of his army returned to Germany. Richard and Philip Augustus, enemies at home, carried their disagreements with them to the Holy Land. After they jointly captured Aere, Philip Augustus returned home to plot against Richard while Richard stayed on to battle Saladin, whom he defeated several times yet in doing so failed to retake Jerusalem. Richard eventually negotiated a peace treaty with Saladin, securing the right of Christian pilgrims to enter Jerusalem freely.

    Fourth Crusade

    The Fourth Crusade turned into a campaign against Christians. Its instigator was the powerful Innocent III. Because the crusaders could not pay the costs of their passage to Egypt, they struck a bargain with the Venetians. In return for their passage, they attacked Zara, a port on the Adriatic and a trading rival to Venlee (1202). The Crusaders were then side-tracked by a conflict between rivals for the Byzantine imperial throne as the deposed emperor, Isaac Angelus, offered the crusaders financial and material assistance for their crusade if they helped restore him. The crusaders did this but, when it became clear that the former emperor was unable to fulfil his promises of money, troops, and supplies, and amidst a great deal of political scheming in the capital, the crusaders took Constantinople for themselves in 1204. They installed their own emperor and proceeded to carve up the empire. Although the Latin Empire was overthrown in 1261, and the Greek Emperors were restored, the Fourth Crusade dealt Byzantium a blow from which it was never fully able to recover.

    Chronicle of the Fourth Crusade and the Conquest of Constantinople, Villehardouin.

    Fifth and Sixth Crusades

    During the Fifth Crusade, the important Egyptian port of Damietta at the mouth of the Nile was captured by Christians (1219). Without reinforcements, however, they failed to capture Cairo and by 1221 had to give up the port in exchange for their safe retreat with the Crusade thus ending in failure. Frederick II, who had been procrastinating in launching a crusade for a number of years, finally undertook one in 1228 while under a sentence of excommunication. Rather than resort to arms, he negotiated with the sultan of Egypt and obtained Jerusalem by treaty in 1229. It was not long, however, before Jerusalem was again in Moslem hands.

    Later Crusades

    The futile Seventh and Eighth Crusades were led by Louis IX, the King of France. His first effort (1248-54) was directed towards Egypt and resulted in his capture and the loss of his army. A second effort by Louis ended with his death in Tunisia in 1270. Crusades were still organized and carried out later, but as the thirteenth century drew to a close, it was clear that the enthusiasm for crusading was decreasing. The Moslems steadily advanced; Antioch fell in 1268 and Acre, the last Christian foothold, fell in 1291.

    Begun out of religious fervour, the Children's Crusade of 1212 involved two armies of children, one from France and one from Germany. They set out on their long march south to the Mediterranean hoping to find transportation to the Holy Land. Most of the children either died of hunger, cold and disease, or drowned. Of the survivors, many were sold into slavery.

    The Albigensian Crusade of the thirteenth century was instigated by the powerful Pope Innocent III against the Albigensian heretics in southern France. It succeeded in eradicating the heresy at the expense of ravaging the countryside. The Crusade extended Capetian rule to the Mediterranean and was important in the development of the French monarchy's centralized power. At the same time, it arrested and reversed the trend towards heresy prevalent in southern Europe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billt View Post
    I believe totally the entire Middle East is about to ignite in a war of epic proportions. Every trigger is cocked, and the violence is all but assured. My biggest concern is our country has never been weaker than it is right now. We have a Marxist for a President that all but hates this nation, along with everything it stands for.

    In addition we've got blind idiot's for citizens who think we're the bad guys, and have been trained by idiot, liberal, left wing college professors, and a worthless President that nothing is worth fighting for. They think freedom comes in a bottle like roll on deodorant. We are going to be in the fight of our lives, and have a totally unprepared country, with a moron for a leader. If we survive it will be a miracle. Bill T.
    Well, the problem is technology. In WW2 the combatants fought with about eveything they had at hand. I am afraid that if the world did that now, it would be a fast and furious fight and there would not be too many people left around. I would not want to be around after WW3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by handgonnetoter View Post
    Well, the problem is technology. In WW2 the combatants fought with about eveything they had at hand. I am afraid that if the world did that now, it would be a fast and furious fight and there would not be too many people left around. I would not want to be around after WW3.
    It'll be called the Battle of Armageddon, and because of technology it will be fast and furious. And you're correct, they're won't be many left alive, that's why the Lord comes back in all His glory and puts a stop to it. If He didn't then no one would be left alive, all flesh would be totally destroyed. Read the end of "The Book", God wins!
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    Quote Originally Posted by handgonnetoter View Post
    Well, the problem is technology. In WW2 the combatants fought with about eveything they had at hand. I am afraid that if the world did that now, it would be a fast and furious fight and there would not be too many people left around. I would not want to be around after WW3.
    It won't go nuclear. People right away think if the muslims act up the Jews will press all of their buttons. They won't. All that would accomplish is to make themselves bigger targets for nations like us who could actually defeat them. They'll pound this clown from the air until about the only thing they'll have that is capable of admitting any radiation is a chest X-Ray machine in one of their over crowded hospitals. Hitler was bad, and was smart. This guy is bad, but a total idiot. As are most muslims. Their "religion" makes, and keeps them stupid. Bill T.

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