CAIR Launches Website Exposing America's 'Islamophobia Network'

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    A bit of an extreme stance, considering CAIR doesn't represent all Muslims and is just one Islamic organization, not all of them.
     
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    There's nothing extreme about it. Cair is defending the whole of Islam. The Whole of Islam is a force of nothing else except HUMAN MISERY.

    The whole of Islam is comprised of individual muslims... so there's no way to 'respect the Individual' and stop the collective. Can't be done. (That silly nonsense is how the US has managed to lose every war since Korea.)
     
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    So they cited what the author calls a "fringe" Islamic?

    Big deal. The point is often to expose just how loony the fringe is, You certainly have no objections to leftists pointing to the 7 member Westboro Baptists as the model of all 2.6 billion Christians in the world.
     
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    Islam is evil at it's core. The only way for Muslims to live at peace with non-Muslims is through apostasy.

    Muhammad was a megalomaniacal warlord who created a cult of violence and conquest. Ataturk was the best of the Muslims.
     
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    I'm thinking that some of you are lost, and have forgotten which forum you are in. This is the CDZ, not IP.

    If you can't discuss the topic without discussing other posters, then you need to do it somewhere else.

    The next person to post about another poster, and not the topic, will have a few days off to think about what they've done.
     
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    I suspect you know this is entirely false. The Neo-Nazi and Muslim movement are joined at the hip. Oklahoma City bomber Terry Nickles attended Al Qaeda training in the Philippines, where he learned to construct the truck bomb used in that terrorist act.

    Islam and Nazism have common goals and common attitudes, hatred of Jews and Israel top among them.
     
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    Entirely false? No. Terrorists will share tactics and training across the board but as far as being joined at the hip? That's a gross exageration. Simply looking at Neo-Nazi websites will show you they hate Muslims as much as they do everyone else except white Christians.
     
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    Actually no. I frequently use the Westboro Baptists as an example of the Christian lunatic fringe not representative of the religion in entirety. Every religion has it's lunatic fringe and if someone doesn't like that faith - they'll use those groups in an attempt to discredit the whole.
     
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    Honestly...

    Neo-Nazis? There's 10 of 'em man... and NO POPULAR ADVOCACY for their would-be cause.

    NONE!

    What's more... as BAD as those clowns are, there's no place on earth wherein they're slaughtering innocent people, driving them from their homes and forcing them to become skin heads OR ELSE!

    Again.. (Not to put too fine a point on it...) IF there were such a place. "WE", the Christian right (Americans) would be there kicking the hell out of 'em... . And where we found people gathering to celebrate Skin-headism, we'd kick the hell out of them for doing that.

    See the difference?
     
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    Westboro Baptist Church is an anomaly... such that it is wholly foreign to Christianity. And while that cult is a lot of things, an example of Extreme Christianity, is NOT ONE OF THEM!
     

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