Discussion in 'Religion and Ethics' started by actsnoblemartin, Sep 10, 2010.
Im all ears.
Arrest the radicals and send them to a mental institution.
A good dose of trashy gaudy American pop - culture ..as long as the masses embrace that they wont be embracing Islam anytime soon
GO USA !!
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Radical Islam is no threat.
The Islam in the Quran and hadith Now that is a real problem.
I know. Let's bring in more Mexicans. They're all Catholics.
How about treating people as individuals and holding them responsible for their acts without regard to their race creed or color. Maybe this sounds corny to you but it is an ideal we strive for that makes this country great.
The most valuable allies we have in our fight against radical Islamic terrorist are Muslims. If by our actions we turn peacefully Muslims in this nation and the world against us by proving to them that all the claims by the radicals are true, then the war is lost.
I am not worried about it, so it is pointless to have ideas on how to stop it.
1. We don't know that "radical" islam will take over.
2. We will likely see an increase in isolated home-grown terror attacks around the country, but many of those who would be commiting these acts are likely legal citizens.
3. If we cower in fear, then our government will continue to take away freedoms and impose more Patriot Act-type legislation (not a good thing imo)
4. It's a problem that we will have to deal with whether we like it or not. If it gets to a tipping point, we will have internal war and bloodshed. At that point, people are going to have to buck up and deal with it.
I'm not willing to give up our current freedoms for securities that our government can't in reality guarantee.
Republicans have terrified their base into believing it could happen.
Only fools would deny the possibility. There's no reason to sit around and worry about it, but vigilance is always wise.
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