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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

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    You know that in a typical year, its estimated 50,000 cars are burned by muslims in france a year. We are seeing back into the middle ages.
    Do you have a link for that?
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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/09/wo...T.nav=top-news

    PARIS — In an amateur video that was widely circulated online after the shooting Wednesday at the Charlie Hebdo newspaper offices in Paris, two gunmen could be seen killing a police officer as he lay wounded on the ground.

    “We have avenged the Prophet Muhammad!” they shouted as they walked back to their getaway car parked nearby. “We have killed Charlie Hebdo!”

    The officer, Ahmed Merabet, was the second police officer to be killed that day; another officer assigned to protect Charlie Hebdo’s editorial director was also killed. On Thursday, a third police officer was killed in a seemingly unrelated shooting south of Paris in another blow to the police forces here.

    But the killing of Officer Merabet stood out: the #JeSuisAhmed hashtag — “I am Ahmed” in French — sprung up on social media alongside #JeSuisCharlie, as users of social media stood up for the slain officer.

    Speculation that Officer Merabet was Muslim spread quickly on social media, where users praised him as a hero and, in some cases, a potent symbol in the debate about free speech and religious tolerance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain America View Post
    Howdy Phys!

    I guess you chalk me up as another, how you say, Islamophobe.

    Those bastards scare the **** out of me. Don't know how "deep seeded" it is as I just started hating their asses just after the turn of the century. But it's safe to say that I long to see the entire middle east, and their gawd-forsaken culture and religious beliefs, turned into a glass parking lot.

    I am also scared of Ebola. I am scared of cancer. I'm scared of driving on bald tires. I got all kinds of phobias. I wouldn't hesitate to eliminate them all, if it was at all possible.
    Well, at least you're honest about it.

    I'd like you to focus on what you said in the highlighted text. No need to defend it or clarify it. Just read it with an open mind. Visualize what would happen if parts of civilization were to actually do that. It would be the greatest genocide in human history.

    All for what, the periodic terrorist attack? I'm more likely to be killed by lightning than by terrorists.

    Again, humans. So primitive in their ways of relating to one another.

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    I don't think that pic means what you think it means.

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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    GOP Senators like Graham and McConnell now scurrilously trying to link the French massacre with Obama.
    Who would have guessed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phys251 View Post
    Well, at least you're honest about it.

    I'd like you to focus on what you said in the highlighted text. No need to defend it or clarify it. Just read it with an open mind. Visualize what would happen if parts of civilization were to actually do that. It would be the greatest genocide in human history.

    All for what, the periodic terrorist attack? I'm more likely to be killed by lightning than by terrorists.

    Again, humans. So primitive in their ways of relating to one another.



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    You might see what I mean if you ever do watch the film. But, no pressure. Some like it; others don't.
    Yeah, I get all that.

    Let me put it another way just in case I didn't make my POV clear enough though.

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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    Your link, Le Point, fails to support your claim that "50,000 cars are burned by muslims in france a year". It only says the "plus de 40 000 véhicules soient brûlés tous les ans en France" - with zero mention of the cause(s) or perpetrators. Nice attempt at laying the blame on those who probably aren't to blame for all "plus de 40,000" vehicles burning.

    From the LiveLink site,
    Some of the violence can be explained as score-settling among rival
    gangs. Others are committing insurance fraud, but the majority of
    burnings can be explained as a form of open rebellion. Well-planned and
    highly-anticipated, New Year’s Eve is a significant release valve for
    poor suburban youths who are defying their widespread harassment and
    dead-end futures.

    Read more at LiveLeak.com - 1,193New years eve car torchings in France. 40,000 cars a year get burned but by who?
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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    Quote Originally Posted by Somerville View Post
    Your link, Le Point, fails to support your claim that "50,000 cars are burned by muslims in france a year". It only says the "plus de 40 000 véhicules soient brûlés tous les ans en France" - with zero mention of the cause(s) or perpetrators. Nice attempt at laying the blame on those who probably aren't to blame for all "plus de 40,000" vehicles burning.

    From the LiveLink site,
    Who do you think is burning the vehicles? Try real hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NIMBY View Post
    GOP Senators like Graham and McConnell now scurrilously trying to link the French massacre with Obama.
    Who would have guessed?

    While I did enjoy Judge Napolitano on 'The Panel' on The Special Report .
    I know, right?!? Those idiots are beyond belief. Typical, though. Let's see how many of their sheeple they can get to parrot that crap in the next few days. LOL!

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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    Quote Originally Posted by Phys251 View Post
    Sure it exists. My inquiry is to whether it exists on this thread, and if so, to what degree.
    Given your definition I would claim it does not exist. It is wholly a figment of your imagination. A fear of murderers is not irrational. Your argument just might be.

    "Islam: The religion.
    Phobia: An irrational, deep-seated fear."

    I sense no phobia. But I do sense a growing determination to defeat them.

    Nice try.

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