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In the Name of God بسم الله

way2go

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  1. Typical response. Your main purpose when replying to posts is to launch personal attacks. The reason why I choose to ignore most of your posts. You're so mean spirited that I know how difficult it is for people like you to focus on content but give it a try. You'll notice when I was referring to the US doing what no Islamic country was willing to do, I was not referring to the overthrow of Saddam at all. It was in reference to the attack on Kuwait and the US response to that incident. The US did not intervene militarily in the Iran/Iraq war as you claim. If you care to do a little research you'l find that several countries were supplying weapons to Iraq, the Soviet Union being one, with France supplying them with high tech weapons. Iran had legal justification for what? That's your opinion. Both Saddam and Khomeini were ruthless men, in Khomeini's case, willing and eagerly sending young boys to their deaths for his glory. In Saddam's case, his characteristic disregard for human life. My opinion is that both Saddam and Khomeini were equally to blame. The shame of the west was that they supplied weapons and allowed the war to continue on for as long as it did. Seriously, I don't need you to point anything out to me. Share your knowledge with those who care to know. I don't.
  2. You know nothing about my neighbors. They've been Muslims a lot longer than you have. They both come from Islamic countries (Iran and Iraq) where all their family are Muslims, so I would say they do know true Islam. Both of them are physicians and smart enough to make their own decisions so speak for yourself, but with them, no brainwashing took place.
  3. ^ You are so boringly repetitive. I keep thinking you'll surprise us with something original but that's probably too much to expect from a mean spirited brown nosing liberal. Oh well.
  4. My neighbors down the road just converted to Christianity and they are in full agreement with closing the doors to immigration from the Islamic world, telling us that there is no doubt about it, there are Muslims in this country, who live among us but hate us, and want to kill us. One just had to look at the posts on this board by Muslims living here to know how the majority feels. We don't need immigrants entering this country, hating it and us. That's assinine! Keep them out and kick them out!
  5. Danish pastries are yummy but, somehow, ordering a rose of mohammed conjures up different images. Mohammed's Rose. Is this a person or a flower? Suddenly I've lost my appetite.
  6. Muslims were the ones who attacked us first on our own soil! When Islamic countries harboring the masterminds, refusing to hand them over after repeated requests, you think the US should apologize? Saddam invaded Kuwait and they asked for help and the America stepped up to the plate, so excuse the US for doing something that no Islamic country had the guts to do. :angry: We were patrolling a no-fly zone to keep Saddam from totally wiping the Kurds in the north off the map. Also, he was sponsoring terrorism and paying out large sums of money to families of suicide bombers everytime one of the lowlife's blew themselves up. I believe he did have WMD and that they're in Syria right now but that's beside the point. Saddam and his sons were murdering, raping and torturing their own people who were helpless against him. If the US hadn't removed him this would still be going on. And you want the US to apologize. When hell freezes over!
  7. Anyone like to bet on the chance that Jews around the world will riot, burn and kill? How about the chance that people in the west will burn down embassies, Mosques or other symbols of Islam? :shaytan:
  8. Jarvis, you nutter!!! This has nothing to do with this forum! I love it anyway! :D
  9. How about the Israeli child who has lost an eye or limb due to a Palestinian suicide attack? How about the Israeli child who witnessed a Palesinian blow himself up and kill his mother, father or grandparent. How about the Israeli child who witnesses the terror of a Palestinian entering a barmitzvah and opening fire. Or the Israeli eating in a restaurant and witnessing their friends and family being blown to bits. Or driving home when a suicide attack occurs and having peoples body parts slide down their windshield? Suicide bombings are a way of life for innocent Israeli's. Don't forget, they, too, have their side of the story.
  10. ^ You're right, it shouldn't be happening. We have to stop giving justification to violent acts like these by playing the blame game. The bottom line is there are evil people in this world who do evil things. That's what this is all about and it needs to be dealt with, which, hopefully it will.
  11. The men were praising the US policies? :huh: Seems like you missed the point completely. Actually, truth be told, it was all about Islamic indoctrination of hatred beginning in childhood. You probably find it boring because you're so used to listening to this indoctrination. However, to those of us in the dark, it's not at all boring - it's enlightening - quite an education in fact. :shaytan: The men mention receiving death threats. You know how some Muslims are, and I certainly don't want to be responsible for further endangering their lives in any way.
  12. Moderators, please delete this post. I thought better of it after watching the video again. I don't want to further endanger these people's lives. Besides, I posted it in the wrong forum. ;) Thanks.
  13. Those pictures were taken at the same time as the first Abu Ghraib pictures in 2003, by the same people who have already gone to trial and are serving prison sentences.
  14. Chilling. Apparantly there are many more tapes. It's going to be interesting to hear what they reveal.
  15. Mohammed was a prophet, he is not God. I've been told that Islam means submission (to Allah). Is this the way Allah would have people behave? Perhaps these people who turned to violence, destruction and murder should not be called Muslims but Mohammedans. There is nothing wrong with loving your prophet, but don't you think the best way to show your respect for Mohammed would be to set an example by acting like he would have acted? Just imagine if Mohammed were able to look down and see the the way the people are reacting with violence, destruction and murder, would he feel these people have done him proud or would he shake his head in sorrow? The way these Muslims are behaving will never earn respect for your religion, it will cause people to wan't nothing to do with Islam. Sadly, it will have the opposite effect. People will scorn Islam.
  16. I agree, there's a serious lack of respect for others beliefs. Insulting another's religion touches people on a deep personal level and is never wise. However, Muslims scoff and insult other religions constantly so what makes them think it's their place to set the rules as to who or what is off limits? :no: I think the violent response of Muslims around the world to the cartoons and the obvious lack of intervention by Islamic governments sends a clear message about Islam and violence. That's what the cartoons were about. Mohammed is synonymous with Islam and the cartoons were intended to depict the violence in Islam. Unfortunately using Mohammed was insensitive so the message was lost but the reality is that Islam is not perceived by the west to be a peaceful religion and Muslims have themselves to blame for that image. Here was an opportunity to prove otherwise, but unfortunately, it was wasted. Wonder why Iraq has remained civilized? Perhaps all is not lost after all, and the Iraqi's will be the ones to lead the Islamic world by example. Of course I would expect a statement like that from a Muslim. The Jewish people are the one minority religion in Christian and Islamic countries who have been demonized and persecuted throughout history. Anti semitism is a reality and fanned by Islam. Whether you like it or not, God named the Hebrew people as His chosen people to teach the world about God. If you don't like it, take it up with God. Muslims don't differentiate as they've proven by their violent demonstrations. A couple of Danish cartoonists draw images and the entire Danish country is punished. Not only that, Israel gets dragged into it and so does America and Christianity. Christians are lumped together and called Crusaders. Protestants had nothing to do with the Crusades. Always differentiate between us, please. :huh: After the Beslan tragedy Muslims in Islamic countries and elsewhere could have held peaceful demonstrations condemning the crime. Same thing after other tragic events like the bombing in Bali, beheadings, etc. Christianity is judged by Muslims all the time by what a few people say or do. Pat Robertson comes to mind. Islam gets blamed when Muslims commit horrific acts in the name of Allah. Don't blame us for that. Tell the idiots to stop reading from the Quran and yelling "Allah Akbar" when they lob someone's head off, or when leaving messages on video before using their bodies as human bombs to blow innocent people up. Unfortunately we have seen and read about the dead children and teachers and people at market places. We have read and seen scenes of the beheadings of Danny Pearl, Nick Berg, Paul Johnson, Kim Sun-Il, Eugene Armstrong and 3 Christian girls at the hands of Muslim radicals with no Muslim outrage, yet the publishing of cartoons causes so much violence and destruction. Unbelievable. :wacko:
  17. Surprise, surprise! :rolleyes: Offending their delicate sensibilities once again, how sad. *not.* Tell that to their president who just has to open his mouth and the offenses roll out. Tell the Iranian people it's a two-way street out there. If they can dish it out they need to learn to suck it up. :!!!:
  18. More than hypocrisy is the gall of the Islamic world issuing decrees to the world outside Islam on what can be printed in cartoons and what can't, when their cartoons are often anti simitic, depicting Jews, Israel and others in any insulting way they choose. Mohammed is a prophet of Islam NOT any other group of people on the planet. To try to dictate to the west is not their place. You talk about hypocrisy? Where was Muslim outrage when Muslim officials blocked the exit where school girls are trying to escape a burning building and let them burn to death because their faces were uncovered? Where was Muslim outrage when Muslims murdered teachers and hundreds of children (some shot in the back) in Beslan? When Muslims murder teachers trying to teach Muslims children in Afghanistan and Iraq? If you still want to talk about hypocrisy, let me tell you what hypocrisy is. It's when Muslims have the freedom to become fellow citizens in western countries, and are free to enjoy the freedoms of the west yet they are silent in opposing the second class status of Christians, Jews and non Muslims in Muslim lands. When out of one side of their mouths, Muslim leaders say suicide bombings are against Islam but when was a fatwa ever issued against suicide bombings of any kind? Several of the cartoons were depictions of Muslim violence yet instead of proving them wrong, their actions have reinforced this view. These were cartoons for heavens sake! Yet this "Religion of Peace" is quickly whipped up into a frenzy and goes on a violent rampage around the world with calls to "Behead those who insult Islam," "Europe, you will pay, extermination is on the way," "Europe: Your 9/11 will come," "Butcher those who mock Islam." Religion of Peace? - yea, right! I'll believe it when I see Muslims call for the expulsion from their Mosques, the radical cleric spewing his venom and hatred. When Muslim leaders who claim to be against bin Laden and Zarqawi saying they are hurting Islam's image, issue fatwas against them with the same intensity they went after Salmon Rushdie. Meanwhile, I have a bridge in Brooklyn I'd like to sell.
  19. Can someone remind these idiots that the Danes were responsible for the cartoons and not the Jews. But then why should we be surprised, the Jews will ultimately be responsible, one way or the other! :wacko:
  20. Where are you commanded to hate any people, be they kufr and kuffar? Who commands it?
  21. Also, anyone can go to any number of news sites and find his speech (if you're interested). It's not censorship at all. CNN has it's own interests at heart and they know people will flip the channel if they show the entire boring speech. Every time the poor moron opens his mouth, the same rhetoric spews forth. It must be tough being Ahmadinejad. I mean, he's not smart and he's not funny and there's really not much else he can do, he's so obsessive compulsive, so he goes on and on like a stuck record. :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
  22. Huh! What did the cartoons have to do with America? :angry: May all their curses come down on their own heads! Almawtoo Li Hizbollah, Almawtoo Li Iran, Almawtoo Li Syria!
  23. Whether intentional or not, I don't know, but you failed to mention that Baruch Goldstein's actions were condemned by the Israeli government and the general population of Israel. Spokespeople for all organized denominations of Judaism denounced this act and called it terrorism and the Kach movement that Goldstein belonged to was outlawed. Israel compensated victims of the shooting. Goldstein became a hero only to some Israeli right-wing extremists who were members of the outlawed Kach organization. It was not Israel, as you claim, who wrote those words on his tomstone, it was this group of right wing extremists. The majority of Israelis were repulsed by this groups glorification of this man, and when the group built a small shrine around Goldstein's tomb, Israel had it demolished. May your (and Greg Protemkin's), white hood rest lightly on your brow. ;)
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