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rcallicotte

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I have zero tolerance for in your face responses from the religion that inspires hatred and death toward those who reject it.
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Rhalph

I'm tired of people who make an amalgam between Muslims, Islam and Islamist jihadists.

cyphyr

Religion causes strief so I oppose but also tollerate religion :(
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nikita

Quote from: calico on August 04, 2010, 07:34:19 amI have zero tolerance for in your face responses from the religion that inspires hatred and death toward those who reject it.

Then stop inspiring hatred against another religion.

latego

Were I a jihadist, I would pray my god that the infidels were really so stupid to play such a fantastic propaganda coup against themselves, making MY propaganda work enormously more believable...

neuspadrin

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If you are offended by a mosque being close to ground zero, that is like banning churches from everywhere because the priests might molest children.

The actions of few don't speak for all.

Not to mention freedom of religion.

old_blaggard

If people built a Christian church there, would that be OK?
Quote from: neuspadrin on August 04, 2010, 01:45:04 pm
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The actions of few don't speak for all.

Not to mention freedom of religion.


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FrankB

Although you guys are right with your comments, you need to also show understanding for the people who are signing this petition, as in their real life history, the mosque has become a pain-laden symbol. Their anxiety is real, and who can blame them for it?
I guess this is a wound that takes more time to heal. At this point in time and history, maybe building that mosque at that place isn't such a brilliant idea.

Jack

is that some sort of sick joke? ???
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RArcher

Perhaps a little less Fox News and a little more critical rational thinking is in order...

Not to mention that there has been a mosque near "ground zero" for decades.

piggy

Quote from: Rhalph on August 04, 2010, 08:40:46 amI'm tired of people who make an amalgam between Muslims, Islam and Islamist jihadists.





You get my support on that.

I am living in a country where they burn churches and get away with it.

And my neighboring country they chop off the heads of Christians and Buddhists in the name of their "god".

piggy

August 04, 2010, 07:59:10 pm #11 Last Edit: August 04, 2010, 10:32:05 pm by piggy
Quote from: nikita on August 04, 2010, 10:12:34 am
Quote from: calico on August 04, 2010, 07:34:19 amI have zero tolerance for in your face responses from the religion that inspires hatred and death toward those who reject it.

Then stop inspiring hatred against another religion.




Does church burning count?

Does chopping off the heads of two little Christian students count?

Those happened in the region I live in. And we Christians are constantly being harrassed, constantly.

They even sneaked into our churches and lined up to received the sacraments, and then spit it out, took pictures of the spat out sacraments and then put those pictures in their magazines along with their articles to support their accusations that we Christians are "converting them into Christianity".

It's them who sneaked into our Churches and stole our sacraments. We didn't invite them and we do not convert them because according to local laws it is a big crime.

But all these are happening.

You want to talk about "religious hatred" again?

airflamesred

You have my sympathys Piggy - thats awfull - where on earth do you live? People are different and the further apart they live, the less likely they are not to get on.

nikita

August 04, 2010, 09:29:20 pm #13 Last Edit: August 04, 2010, 09:46:40 pm by nikita
@piggy Yes that counts but not building a mosque somewhere in New York will change nothing about it. It will not make the fundamental islamists in your country any better but it will make fundamentalists in the US worse.
Nobody benefits, but the world becomes a worse place.

piggy

August 04, 2010, 10:28:48 pm #14 Last Edit: August 04, 2010, 10:31:06 pm by piggy
Quote from: airflamesred on August 04, 2010, 08:27:43 pmYou have my sympathys Piggy - thats awfull - where on earth do you live? People are different and the further apart they live, the less likely they are not to get on.





I live in Malaysia, and neighboring countries are Thailand and Indonesia where they chop off the heads of Buddhists (in Thailand) and Christians (in Indonesia).

Church burnings happen in both Malaysia and Indonesia, and in both countries they also falsely accuse us Christians of "converting them" and then use that to incite riots against us the Christians.

In Pakistan several Christians were kidnapped and then forced into conversion into Islam. Some of the Christians refused and they were beaten to death.

And the worse part is, the perpetrators were never punished. Never.