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    re: ISIS brutaly murders Jordanian pilot. [W:119]

    Quote Originally Posted by Lutherf View Post
    Obama will send them an apology and a free dozen detainees.
    Who's he going to send it to.....he can't even Say their name let lone spell it. As for the other.....he will do it without the letter anyways.

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    re: ISIS brutaly murders Jordanian pilot. [W:119]

    Quote Originally Posted by DA60 View Post
    I wonder what will happen if that ever happens to an American pilot?
    Obama will deny it was a terrorist act and go play golf while Moochelle goes skiing.

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    re: ISIS brutaly murders Jordanian pilot. [W:119]

    Quote Originally Posted by PeteEU View Post
    Dude, the religious scholars of Islam have been against ISIS from the start. Hell even the radical Muslim scholars by western standards are against them.

    ISIS has absolutely nothing to do with Islam and this action clearly confirms it... as it goes against any and all teachings in the Koran. There is absolutely zero justification what so ever in any twisted interpretation of the Koran to burn a man alive.. quite the opposite. They have basically said to the Islamic world, we are God... and that to any religion is a massive insult to say the least.


    Yet, you hear very little from the rest of the Muslim leadership condemning this act. I did like Jordan's response, though. Jordan should have publicly burned the terrorists as well.

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    re: ISIS brutaly murders Jordanian pilot. [W:119]

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUE CAB View Post
    You do know that 90% of all Muslims will smile with pride and nod in approval of the video.
    I don't think that's true at all.
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    re: ISIS brutaly murders Jordanian pilot. [W:119]

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    I don't think that's true at all.
    I do.

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    re: ISIS brutaly murders Jordanian pilot. [W:119]

    Quote Originally Posted by tres borrachos View Post
    I agree with this. 99.99% of the world's Muslims are good peaceful people and these savage monsters are tied to them simply because of the commonality of being Muslim. It's not right. I would like to see the Muslims and heavily Muslim populated countries band together to put a stop to these disgusting savages.
    If ISIS are not really muslim, but actually savage monsters (something I agree with) then why should it fall to actual muslims to put a stop to them?

    The muslim population in general is under no more obligation to stop these guys than we are. That's not to say that they shouldn't try to stop ISIS, but squaring the responsibility on their shoulders when, as you say, it's not right to tie them together, is disingenuous. Particularly when you account for the fact that muslims already are the largest victim of ISIS, and already are the ones fighting them the most.

    I don't think that the muslim population in general should feel collectively guilty for the actions of ISIS any more so than me or you.
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    re: ISIS brutaly murders Jordanian pilot. [W:119]

    Quote Originally Posted by The German View Post
    No.

    I simply think that I will forever regret watching the video through a link a friend sent me.

    I have now seen more medieval barbarity than I ever wanted to.

    Please dont watch it. This is not a political point I am trying to push, it`s a personal suggestion.

    They play this islamic prayr music in the background, but you can still hear those screams.
    Unfortunately we don't have videos of the same sufferings of civilians in Dresden and Tokyo burned alive by napalm fire bombs dropped by the US. Or of all those burned alive by US flame throwers. Or those civilians burned alive by napalm bombs in Vietnam, though I think some stills may exist of the latter.
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    re: ISIS brutaly murders Jordanian pilot. [W:119]

    Quote Originally Posted by Nilly View Post
    If ISIS are not really muslim, but actually savage monsters (something I agree with) then why should it fall to actual muslims to put a stop to them?

    The muslim population in general is under no more obligation to stop these guys than we are. That's not to say that they shouldn't try to stop ISIS, but squaring the responsibility on their shoulders when, as you say, it's not right to tie them together, is disingenuous. Particularly when you account for the fact that muslims are the largest victim of ISIS, and are the ones fighting them the most.
    I don't recall saying that the Muslims are under obligation to stop them. Nor do I recall saying they have any responsibility for ISIS whatsoever. Can you show me in my post where I said either of those statements, or even implied either one?

    ETA I see you added something about them "feeling guilty". Can you also show me where I said they should feel guilty about anything?
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    re: ISIS brutaly murders Jordanian pilot. [W:119]

    Quote Originally Posted by tres borrachos View Post
    I don't recall saying that the Muslims are under obligation to stop them. Nor do I recall saying they have any responsibility for ISIS whatsoever. Can you show me in my post where I said either of those statements, or even implied either one?

    ETA I see you added something about them "feeling guilty". Can you also show me where I said they should feel guilty about anything?
    I felt it was implied when you said "Muslims and heavily Muslim populated countries should band together". Sorry if I came to the wrong conclusion, but the use of the word 'should' suggests that they are under some kind of obligation to do something about ISIS that the rest of us are not under. It falls to everyone to stop ISIS, and Muslim countries are undoubtedly pitching in right now.
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    re: ISIS brutaly murders Jordanian pilot. [W:119]

    Quote Originally Posted by Nilly View Post
    I felt it was implied when you said "Muslims and heavily Muslim populated countries should band together". Sorry if I came to the wrong conclusion, but the use of the word 'should' suggests that they are under some kind of obligation to do something about ISIS that the rest of us are not under. It falls to everyone to stop ISIS, and Muslim countries are undoubtedly pitching in right now.
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    None of those imply obligation. Nor do they imply guilt or responsibility either. When I said they "should" band together, it followed right after my statement that it isn't right that the Muslims are being associated with ISIS. I didn't think that anyone would read my post for anything other than what I said. I already know the Muslim countries are working towards getting rid of ISIS.
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