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    Re: Saudi Arabia court gives death penalty to man who renounced his Muslim faith

    Quote Originally Posted by brothern View Post
    Ok. Saudi Arabia is run by Wahhabists. The number of Muslims in the world totals 1.57 billion, and even if we assume liberals don't exist in Saudi Arabia, it's population is 29 million.

    Or 29 million / 1.57 billion = 98%.

    Regardless, this guy is most likely an atheist, who like most all atheist, probably thinks it's a great idea to secularize both the Christian and Islamic world.


    ISIS doesn't operate in Saudi Arabia.
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    Re: Saudi Arabia court gives death penalty to man who renounced his Muslim faith

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    For a long time now. One more piece of evidence that US "interests" in the region have nothing to do with human rights.
    well, I wouldn't say that.. but I would say that we do prioritize other interests over human rights when it comes to certain allied countries.

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    Re: Saudi Arabia court gives death penalty to man who renounced his Muslim faith

    Quote Originally Posted by brothern View Post
    ISIS doesn't operate in Saudi Arabia.
    The point was, we're told that ISIS, al-Quaida, Boko Haram, etc, are these off-the-beaten-path extremists that have no actual connection or representative association with Islam at all. They are "violent extremists", not Islamic terrorists.

    The truth is, this thinking is institutional among a eerily large segment of the Muslim population, and we'd better get our heads around that.

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    Re: Saudi Arabia court gives death penalty to man who renounced his Muslim faith

    Quote Originally Posted by Erod View Post
    Saudi Arabia court gives death penalty to man who renounced his Muslim faith - Telegraph



    So tell me again, Mr. Obama and his fellow apologists, that 99 percent of Muslims are peace-loving people.

    Tell me how ISIS is just poor, disenfranchised youth that have been lured by "violent extremists" who have hijacked this peaceful religion to carry out atrocities in the name of a religion that is otherwise pure and wholesome.
    I'm not going to claim to understand or condone governing by religious fiat, but if the law is the law and you break the law you have to be prepared to suffer the consequences of your actions. I said it about Brown in Ferguson and I said it about Garner in NYC and I've said it about those bleating about drug laws and penalties.

    Lots of people in this world live differently than we do and I thank God every day that I was fortunate enough to be born and live in a great country like Canada. Who knows, perhaps for this man in Saudi Arabia, dying for what he believes in is better than living under rules he hates. I honour his choice, if that's what he chose to do.
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    Re: Saudi Arabia court gives death penalty to man who renounced his Muslim faith

    Quote Originally Posted by Erod View Post
    For tearing a book and hitting it with a shoe?
    Sorry. I have answered that question a couple of times above and don't want to again. It's too difficult on a mobile. But let it surfice that you might want to think about culture bias, comparative values and industrial abortion as a Holocaust.

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    Re: Saudi Arabia court gives death penalty to man who renounced his Muslim faith

    Quote Originally Posted by joG View Post
    Sorry. I have answered that question a couple of times above and don't want to again. It's too difficult on a mobile. But let it surfice that you might want to think about culture bias, comparative values and industrial abortion as a Holocaust.
    I'm just calling Islam what it isn't....a religion of peace.

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    Re: Saudi Arabia court gives death penalty to man who renounced his Muslim faith

    Quote Originally Posted by Erod View Post
    Saudi Arabia court gives death penalty to man who renounced his Muslim faith - Telegraph



    So tell me again, Mr. Obama and his fellow apologists, that 99 percent of Muslims are peace-loving people.

    Tell me how ISIS is just poor, disenfranchised youth that have been lured by "violent extremists" who have hijacked this peaceful religion to carry out atrocities in the name of a religion that is otherwise pure and wholesome.
    Republican Presidents have played footsie with the Saudis for generations. Don't lay this one on Obama.
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    Re: Saudi Arabia court gives death penalty to man who renounced his Muslim faith

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    The religion of peace.
    The Religion of Pieces....a head here, a leg there etc.
    Muslims are not radicalized by poverty, racism or lack of integration. Muslims are radicalised by Islam. The fact is that Islam is the only religion where its followers become more violent, the more they follow their religion. Author not known to me
    I have been made victorious with terror... Mohammad, The Hadith, Bukhari (4.52.220)

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    Re: Saudi Arabia court gives death penalty to man who renounced his Muslim faith

    Quote Originally Posted by Luftwaffe View Post
    Math wizard
    What's a few pesky decimal places...or orders of magnitudes....when trying to make a point?
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    Re: Saudi Arabia court gives death penalty to man who renounced his Muslim faith

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    And while your telling Obama, tell me why the BUSH family has had a cozy relationship with Saudi Arabia for decades, and why they continually overlooked Saudi Arabian support for terrorism, and oppression but made **** up about Saddam and launched an unnecessary war that has emboldened and encouraged terrorism and made the US less safe? And while your telling, tell me why you have continued to treat Saudi Arabia as an ally and have supported the MB and other terrorist organizations?

    Well maybe you can tell us why the Clintons had a cozy relationship and how they still take millions from the Saud overlooking the Saud's support for terrorism. Why Bill worked so allegedly hard to reduce those that were coming at us. But dropped the ball when actually confronted with Solving a problem.



    Clinton also said he worked hard to try to kill Bin Laden.[55] Former international negotiator and current businessman, financier and media commentator Mansoor Ijaz claimed that from 1996–1998, he had opened up unofficial negotiations with Sudan to lift terrorism sanctions from that country in exchange for intelligence information about the terrorist groups Islamic Jihad, Hezbollah and Hamas. He claimed that Sudan was also prepared to offer custody of terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden, who had been living in the country and launching operations. According to Ijaz, neither Clinton nor National Security Advisor Sandy Berger responded to the situation.[56] Bin Laden later left Sudan and established his operations in Afghanistan under the protection of the Taliban and, with his network, planned out terrorist attacks against American interests worldwide, including attacks on American embassies in Tunisia and Sudan as well as the bombing of the USS Cole.....snip~

    Foreign policy of the Bill Clinton administration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    Oh and then can you explain why Bill said this a about Saddam.

    In Clinton's 1998 State of the Union Address, he warned Congress of Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein's possible pursuit of nuclear weapons:

    Together we must also confront the new hazards of chemical and biological weapons, and the outlaw states, terrorists and organized criminals seeking to acquire them. Saddam Hussein has spent the better part of this decade, and much of his nation's wealth, not on providing for the Iraqi people, but on developing nuclear, chemical and biological weapons and the missiles to deliver them. The United Nations weapons inspectors have done a truly remarkable job, finding and destroying more of Iraq's arsenal than was destroyed during the entire gulf war. Now, Saddam Hussein wants to stop them from completing their mission. I know I speak for everyone in this chamber, Republicans and Democrats, when I say to Saddam Hussein, "You cannot defy the will of the world", and when I say to him, "You have used weapons of mass destruction before; we are determined to deny you the capacity to use them again.[27].....snip~

    Foreign policy of the Bill Clinton administration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    What happened Monte.....looks like this all comes down due to a problem that began before your usual......Buuuuuuuuuuuush Jr excuse?

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