Muslim Publics Divided on Hamas and Hezbollah | Pew Global Attitudes Project
I'm pretty sure I have cited these for you a few times in the recent past. So I'm not going to cite specific text again
By the way, are you familiar with the Neville Chamberlain administration ion Great Britain?
Quod scripsi, scripsi
Perhaps there's other factors involved rather than just the words in the book.
Last edited by Deuce; 06-07-13 at 08:35 AM.
One of you will end up here next!
Well, the obvious retort to this was that I never claimed a monolithic view within islam, just a reletively high occurence of extremism and fundamentalism. Which is indeed supported by the dataYet all these people are reading the same book.
Again, No one claimed other religions were immune to fundamentalism and extremism. What was claimed was that there was a relatively high occurrence of such, within islam, specifically to counter the claim of these things simply existing on the "periphery"Jews and Christians read similar insanity in their books
these christian terrorist groups also do not receive support from other christian communities, are almost universally shunned, and cannot garner support from places as far afield as mexico and the US. They are largely isolated and local phenomenon. Note, the extremist groups mentioned in the reports, even AQ, do not suffer the same limitationsyet their level of extremist activity in western countries is less. Meanwhile, Africa has Christian terrorist groups actively operating.
Perhaps you're not being intentionally dishonest here and ignoring that I was specifically addressing your claim of something existing on the periphery, when it actually does not . Not to mention, the fact that i never asserted the issue solely rested on a book.Perhaps there's other factors involved rather than just the words in the book.
Maybe try harder in the future ...