Christians Stabbed, Beaten With Plank Near Indonesia's Capital

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    Ah Islam....The Religion of Peace.
     
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    Such a lovely group of people. Even though they do not represent the majority, they will get most of the attention.
     
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    I'm not convinced they don't represent the majority. Generally, if a small faction of a population gets out of control and wreaks havoc, the majority stands up and cries out against them.

    That doesn't happen with Islam. You get a bunch of lies, doublespeak, and backdoor justification for this sort of thing.
     
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    I don't see why this is in Homeland issues and news, rather than the story--
    Six dead after US breakfast killing spree in Kentucky
    BBC News - Six dead after US breakfast killing spree in Kentucky
     
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    Once again the lefties get hoodwinked by appeasing those crying "victim". The need of the lefty to "change the world" backs them into confining corners until all they can do is walk away when the shit hits the fan and blame the right for not protecting them.
     
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    Do yalll really think the left on this board care about a dead Christian?
     
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    Also from the article...

    It is troubling when people don't speak out against the radicals. However, even in the USA when we have kooks like the pastor wanting to burn qurans and we speak out against it, that is not the headline over there. Instead, they latch onto the whacko as a representative of all, and chant "death to America".
     
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    Of course not. Christians are the enemy of the left. The left despises Christians far more than Muslims. Muslims are the ally of the left. The naive little twits aren't smart enough to realize that muslims are using them and when muslims gain control they will turn on them too.
     
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    Here is the last sentence of the article:

    "We know who's behind it," said Maj. Gen. Timur Pradopo, the police chief in Jakarta, without elaborating. "But I don't believe this is an inter-religous conflict."
     

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