Discussion in 'Current Events' started by freeandfun1, Jan 16, 2005.
'ISLAMIC HATE' EYED IN SLAYS
Yet another story that proves that Islam is the religion of PEACE!
Oh yes. This reminds me. To anyone I may have pissed off on here: I'm sorry.
Awwww! Not kiss and a big squeeze
you begger you :tng:
I guess Muslims killing those that do not follow there beliefs is becoming so common that it no longer offends anybody. That is a scary thought.
The Islamics are responding to this, at the end, what does 'very few' consist of?:
Islamic leaders said Saturday that the murders could not have been the work of someone inspired by the Quran.
"We are not a bloody people," said Ahmed Shedeed, director of the Islamic Center of Jersey City. "This is not from the Quran. This is not from Islam at all."
Shedeed, who is Egyptian, said his group recently co-founded a social service organization with local Coptic churches, called Egyptian Family.
"We are trying to get religious leaders from both communities to meet on a monthly basis to break the ice between the people," he said. "We meet as individuals, but as organizations we never have done such a thing. We are trying to show that Egyptians together can benefit."
Shedeed said that as part of that effort, he attended Christmas Eve services at St. George's this year.
Asked about passages in the Quran that may suggest murdering non-believers in a manner that resembles the family's deaths, he replied, "The Quran talks about people fighting in the battle of war. It's not talking about people who live next to you. ... This has nothing to do with our community at all."
"The Quran stands very firmly against taking human life," said noted Islamic author Zayn Kassam, chairwoman of the religious studies department of Pomona College in California. "If someone read a verse and used it to justify the killing of four people, I believe that person is unbalanced. ... There are very few Muslims who would support this sort of thing."
Well, considering Islam claims a following of say, roughly 4 billion, a few might just mean a minimum of 3%? If that is the case, that is still 120 million....
See, Islam is the only religion I can think of that does this. Christianity? What militant priests have gone on the internet and advocated the murder of non-Christians? How many Christian groups are out there who seek to purge the world of non-believers by way of violence? How many Jews routinely blow themselves up because they feel that if they can kill only a few non-Jews their pathetic life was worth something? Where are the Hindus who savagely cut the heads of non-Hindus? Where are the Buddists who capture Taoists and cut their heads off in the name of Buddha?
Yes, there are some militant Jewish groups in Isreal, and the Catholic IRA. But those are only in Islreal and Ireland respectively. Nowhere in America will you see Catholics going on a counter-reformation spree to kill all the protestants they find. Nor in Asia, or Africa, or anywhere else.
But Islam, oh Islam, the religion of peace! Routinely do muslims commit atrocities in the name of Allah. If it were only in the middle east, I would say simply that people got very depressed living such a decrepit region, the veritable asshole of the world, and turned to religion to vent their jealous rage against the people with indoor plumbling.
But it's not just the middle east. We are seeing it after the tsunami, with Indonesias militant muslims. We can see it in Europe, with the murder of filmaker Theo van Gogh. We see it in Russia with the murder of schoolchildren by Chechen rebels. We can even see American Islamic clerics preaching hatred against their own country.
Islam is most definatly not a religion of peace. It is a religion of violence, of spreading the faith by force, not reason. And all the "aid packages" in the world will do nothing to assuage that fact.
FBI profilers, who have made a science of the "signature" behavior of serial and mass murderers, can determine a lot by the condition of the bodies. They would find the fact that Sylvia's murder was particularly savage - and exhibited "personal" touches - very telling.
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