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    Re: Do you agree with this womans comments against radical Islam?

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    Haven't seen any Christians stepping up to stop radical Christians from furthering persecution of homosexuals in Uganda.
    Same same. Just one more example of the peaceful being irrelevant.
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    Re: Do you agree with this womans comments against radical Islam?

    Quote Originally Posted by SocialDemocrat View Post
    lol at comparing Benghazi to the holocaust. Classic. Also, that statistic is false. According to a Gallup study, 93% of Muslims in the Middle East do not have radical sympathies.

    Moderate vs. Extremist Views in the Muslim World
    Your link only takes to the headline, I can't get to the data.


    However, Pew does excellent research into this.

    Al-Qaeda's "unfavorability" rating across the Muslim public? 57%. For cripes sakes, Time-Warner has higher unfavorability ratings than that.

    62% of Pakistani Muslims support suicide-bombing, however, more than three quarters across the polling say that targeting explicitly civilians is bad. So radical Islamism, yes, terrorism as a means to that end, less so.

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    Re: Do you agree with this womans comments against radical Islam?

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    Haven't seen any Christians stepping up to stop radical Christians from furthering persecution of homosexuals in Uganda.
    Yup. That is, in fact, how come the law changed - the Christian world protested them. You didn't see China or Russia stepping in to provide pressure.

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    Re: Do you agree with this womans comments against radical Islam?

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    Haven't seen any Christians stepping up to stop radical Christians from furthering persecution of homosexuals in Uganda.
    Uganda's problems are Europes problems not ours.

    One shouldn't practice buggery in Uganda.

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    Re: Do you agree with this womans comments against radical Islam?

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    Wow, ****, there are hundreds of millions of radical jihadists?
    If you count the numbers who think living under an Islamic state/legal/political system yes there is, up to 99% of polled Muslims across the world.
    Many in Muslim world want sharia as law of land: survey | Reuters

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    Re: Do you agree with this womans comments against radical Islam?

    Quote Originally Posted by Perotista View Post
    I know, being peaceful lead to 3 million dead Cambodians, she could have mentioned Pol Pot too. If the peaceful let the Stalins, the Hitlers, the Jihadist of the world have their way, they are indeed irrelevant to the who situation. But doing something about it is against the peaceful's nature. The peaceful 85% of Muslims won't speak up or do anything to prevent the Jihadist out of fear of them, fear they will be killed. So the Jihadist for all practical purposes have hijack their religion.

    I guess it is what it is.
    I think what it is-is a violent relic of the past, still manifest in the present day. The PC police dont want the facts known, nor do they want to confront the issue. Particularly fascinating is the left should be leading the fight against anti-women, anti-gay, anti-education, anti-tolerance but they are silent about this in Islam.

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    Re: Do you agree with this womans comments against radical Islam?

    Quote Originally Posted by US Conservative View Post
    Are you telling me you are precisely in the middle? The epitome of centrist? What are the odds of that?
    He sure as hell says his LEAN is to the right. I can't even guess, unless he's from outer space.
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    Re: Do you agree with this womans comments against radical Islam?

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    Haven't seen any Christians stepping up to stop radical Christians from furthering persecution of homosexuals in Uganda.
    Ah this little chestnut. I dont see Christians supporting this, and I dont see it on the global scale as it is with islam. Im reminded of the joke about a liberal who goes to the dentist and is told he has a cavity in one tooth-who then smugly replies "yeah, but not ALL of my teeth have cavities".

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    Re: Do you agree with this womans comments against radical Islam?

    Quote Originally Posted by cpwill View Post
    Your link only takes to the headline, I can't get to the data.
    You have to watch the video.

    However, Pew does excellent research into this.

    Al-Qaeda's "unfavorability" rating across the Muslim public? 57%. For cripes sakes, Time-Warner has higher unfavorability ratings than that.
    The poll doesn't tell us how many have favorable opinions of Al Qaeda, and how many didn't know/didn't care. I agree that that's alarming, but it's relatively inconsistent with everything else I've seen.

    62% of Pakistani Muslims support suicide-bombing, however, more than three quarters across the polling say that targeting explicitly civilians is bad. So radical Islamism, yes, terrorism as a means to that end, less so.
    I think you meant Palestinian Muslims. 89% of Pakistani Muslims were opposed to suicide-bombing. In addition, 64% of Palestinians said they were concerned about Islamic extremism, according to the poll, which conflicts with the question about suicide-bombers. Also Palestine is one nation under very extreme circumstances with the Israel dibockle, so they're more likely to turn to extremism, but they don't globally represent Muslims.

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    Re: Do you agree with this womans comments against radical Islam?

    Quote Originally Posted by SocialDemocrat View Post
    You have to watch the video.



    The poll doesn't tell us how many have favorable opinions of Al Qaeda, and how many didn't know/didn't care. I agree that that's alarming, but it's relatively inconsistent with everything else I've seen.



    I think you meant Palestinian Muslims. 89% of Pakistani Muslims were opposed to suicide-bombing. In addition, 64% of Palestinians said they were concerned about Islamic extremism, according to the poll, which conflicts with the question about suicide-bombers. Also Palestine is one nation under very extreme circumstances with the Israel dibockle, so they're more likely to turn to extremism, but they don't globally represent Muslims.
    The global numbers are still pretty damning. Are you suggesting otherwise?

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