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I suppose when you talk from your a$$ and accuse me of being pro islamist then you get what you deserve. Muppet!

So which one are you? Come out of that cave where you are. I know you are the one giving me negative ratings.    

On 3/15/2017 at 7:48 PM, DogOnPorch said:

No...11 steps. Including being accepted into a Synagogue by a group of Rabbis and learning (some) Hebrew. Pretty restrictive...and never knocking on your door with the 'Good News'.

The Shahada is Allah's FINAL message to humanity and  once you've heard it....know about it, even...you're either a Muslim or not. No human interjection is needed. Designed to be easy...not hard.

Christianity is in the middle...you can drop-in...plop yer butt down in the pews and listen to the sermon. Only after you've been baptized in some fashion are you truly Christian. No insta-join like Islam...heh.

And yet you and I are both atheists.

 

7 hours ago, DogOnPorch said:

I suppose when my opponents have nothing remaining with which to defend Islam, personal attacks are all that they have left.

Sure sure, when you stop throwing them yourself, then we can have a proper discussion.

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On 2017-03-15 at 0:52 PM, ?Impact said:

Do you believe in misquoting statistics? When 70% say Sharia should be the law of the land, and 81% of those agree with stoning, that makes 57%, not 90%.

How many Muslims are there in Egypt who hold these views? By your data. something like 40 million. Egypt is not even the most extreme case, so if your stats are right there are 100's of millions of Muslims in the world who want Sharia law AND agree with stoning women to death.

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3 minutes ago, OftenWrong said:

if your stats are right there are 100's of millions of Muslims in the world who want Sharia law AND agree with stoning women to death.

Your right wing colleges are telling me that 2/3rds of Canadians want the death penalty. I guess they are more like Muslims than you think.

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19 minutes ago, ?Impact said:

Your right wing colleges are telling me that 2/3rds of Canadians want the death penalty. I guess they are more like Muslims than you think.

Equating capital punishment of murderers with publicly stoning women? That's a stretch.

 

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On 15.03.2017 at 8:08 PM, ?Impact said:

Except stoning is illegal in Egypt, so those Muslims are not experts in the art like you. Yes there have been a few rare incidents of "community justice" that involved stoning, including one a couple of years back of a man being stoned for stabbing his wife. The Quran does not mention stoning, you are referring specifically to Iran and its penal code. Stoning can be found in the Bible and Torah however, and was used in ancient Greece.


Stoning someones is a Jewish and Christian tradition. There is no such a thing in Islam. According to the stories while Quran was still not complated, Jews were asking prophet Muhammad how to punish some persons and prophet Muhammad was telling them to behave based on their religious rules and these Jews were stoning people. Because Muslims believe that Torah and Bible was also sent by Allah and people should apply their rules until a new book is complated.

How it was wrongly started to be used by non-Muslims who claims of being Muslim is due to these stories. They think that prophet Muhammad was allowed people to do so, then they can do it. Despite stoning punishment was removed in Quran and home detention and whipping was allowed instead of it. 

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15 hours ago, Altai said:

How it was wrongly started to be used by non-Muslims who claims of being Muslim is due to these stories. They think that prophet Muhammad was allowed people to do so, then they can do it. Despite stoning punishment was removed in Quran and home detention and whipping was allowed instead of it. 

What about the small fact Christians and Jews quit doing this barbaric act while countries some countries that practice Sharia law still practice stoning and chopping off limbs. 

 

 

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On 2/19/2017 at 11:20 AM, betsy said:

 

Remember the time when they were pushing for gay marriage?  People who opposed it were labelled "homophobes."  It's another way of calling someone a bigot, except that it's specific. 

It goes well with political correctness.  When the people have been "programmed" to be politically correct.....they tend to be concerned about being called such names.

Labels are used to shame, and in the process, to quell.

You should learn the history of "political correctness", how it was corrupted by the far right and taken over as a meme in their long campaign against reasonable discourse. 

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Political correctness: how the right invented a phantom enemy

For 25 years, invoking this vague and ever-shifting nemesis has been a favourite tactic of the right – and Donald Trump’s victory is its greatest triumph 

by Moira Weigel

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/nov/30/political-correctness-how-the-right-invented-phantom-enemy-donald-trump

 

 

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On ‎2017‎-‎03‎-‎20 at 3:19 AM, Altai said:


Stoning someones is a Jewish and Christian tradition.

If she's referring to smoking dope maybe. Someone really needs to  tell "her" that Christians and Jews haven't stoned anyone other than with marijhuana or hash hish for some time now. Oy this is painful. I need a joint.

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On 2017-03-20 at 4:35 PM, hot enough said:

You should learn the history of "political correctness", how it was corrupted by the far right and taken over as a meme in their long campaign against reasonable discourse. 

 

Bull!  Political correctness is directly tied to Marxism.  The theory is simple, government can't control all the people, so have the people control each other - and shockingly enough, it's working..

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2 hours ago, Hal 9000 said:

Bull!  Political correctness is directly tied to Marxism.  The theory is simple, government can't control all the people, so have the people control each other - and shockingly enough, it's working..

Actually bullshyte, and it has all come from the right wing, in a barrage just like the Trumpian barrage, an avalanche of lies, distortions and more lies, topped with fabrications. 

 

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If you search ProQuest, a digital database of US magazines and newspapers, you find that the phrase “politically correct” rarely appeared before 1990. That year, it turned up more than 700 times. In 1991, there are more than 2,500 instances. In 1992, it appeared more than 2,800 times. Like Indiana Jones movies, these pieces called up enemies from a melange of old wars: they compared the “thought police” spreading terror on university campuses to fascists, Stalinists, McCarthyites, “Hitler Youth”, Christian fundamentalists, Maoists and Marxists.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/nov/30/political-correctness-how-the-right-invented-phantom-enemy-donald-trump

 

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Actually political correctness isn't really tied to anything specific, except the zeitgeist.  It usually takes the form of a lie told when the truth is held to be unpalatable. 

Islam is a religion of Peace is probably the most glaring current example, but there are lots, and no-one really has a monopoly on it.  University students try their utmost, though, and can quite often get a lot of people to pretend they believe a lie, so they don't get sacked.

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Canada traditionally is a bilingual country right from the beginning. For the government to provide special privileges to any other group emigrating either ethnic or religious is totally ludicrous. Trudeau say he speaks for all Canadians but he absolutely does not. 

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37 minutes ago, Dick Tator said:

Canada traditionally is a bilingual country right from the beginning. For the government to provide special privileges to any other group emigrating either ethnic or religious is totally ludicrous. Trudeau say he speaks for all Canadians but he absolutely does not. 

The problem with Canada is that liberalism has had it's way for far too long, and look what liberalism has done for Canada? Absolutely nothing. Liberals have no love for Canada. They only love what they can get out of it. With liberals it is all about them, and screw the other guy/gal. And their intolerance and bigotry towards those who do not agree with them is deplorable. Liberalism needs to be deleted. Works for me.

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