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Thread: Do the actions of ISIS and al Qaeda represent the veiws of all Muslims?[w:23]

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    Re: Do the actions of ISIS and al Qaeda represent the veiws of all Muslims?[w:23]

    From your second link.


    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post

    Did the Christian leaders and heretics end up being tried and condemned?

    Put in Newspapers, taken into courts. Court Law and before Kings, and or some other Royal title.

    All of it has relevance to what you said. But due to it not just following what you said. But due to some realities that you forgot with all that you were saying......Do their Clerics make the journey to Mecca? From whatever country?????

    Is that not how they spread the Word for those that are illiterate. Has not the Taliban showed for generations on what knowledge is passed and how? How about those Indonesian Clerics that are Muslim?

    Also did you forget the Arab spring? Did you forget how their Clerics used Social media to get in touch with each other in different countries. Imagine that!

    What happened? How many decades do we have to be told.....how many have been taught by word of mouth from those regions of the world that lack in education. Which says nothing of those who are Highly informed and knows exactly what is going. Like the King of the Saud and Sunni!.....snip~



    Once again using the Arab Spring to validate the use of social media!

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    Re: Do the actions of ISIS and al Qaeda represent the veiws of all Muslims?[w:23]

    Quote Originally Posted by Glen Contrarian View Post
    Whaaaaaaaat?!?!?? How DARE you even THINK that there might be Muslim leaders - including religious leaders - who might actually be against the attacks in Paris? Do you not know that all Muslims are bad everywhere all the time? We know this because Fox News says so!!!!

    And whatever you do, don't EVER look at the list of nations as ordered by homicide rate, 'cause the LAST thing America needs to know is that MUSLIM third-world nations like Indonesia, Turkey, Morocco, and Tunisia all have much lower homicide rates than America does! That's just lies, all lies, 'cause all good Fox-News-addicted 'Mericans know that the streets in Muslim nations are full of thieves and murders where they prepare themselves nightly to afflict the locals with the...the...*gasp!* NUMBER SIX!

    And what's the number six, you ask? That, sirs, is where they go a-ridin' into town, a-whompin' and a-whumpin' every livin' thing that moves within an inch of its life. Except the women folks, of course, 'cause they just rape the **** out of them at the Number Six Dance later on.

    Hmmm...I wonder if the consider this homicide when they report their numbers....

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    Re: Do the actions of ISIS and al Qaeda represent the veiws of all Muslims?[w:23]

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Hmmm...I wonder if the consider this homicide when they report their numbers....

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    How about comparing the homicide rate in Saudi Arabia (where it's very hard to legally own a gun) to America's homicide rate?
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    Re: Do the actions of ISIS and al Qaeda represent the veiws of all Muslims?[w:23]

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    So now I am a moderate and not a party member? Lol, get your story straight. Or am I a moderate member of the moderate party? How about this, don't embarrass yourself and try to know who you're talking to before you try and put them on the spot. It usually saves you the embarrassment of not having a relevant response.
    Slow your robe home boy. I asked you what policies make you a moderate and not a party member. You then accused me of being a conservative and refused to answer the question. It's very easy. Can you answer it now? Type out what makes you moderate. Very simple. The only one embarrassed is you....

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    Re: Do the actions of ISIS and al Qaeda represent the veiws of all Muslims?[w:23]

    Quote Originally Posted by 11Bravo View Post
    Slow your robe home boy.
    How can I slow by robe? Ummm. No. You are indeed a closet conservative. Prove otherwise.
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    Re: Do the actions of ISIS and al Qaeda represent the veiws of all Muslims?[w:23]

    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    Again I only used the Arab Spring to validate that the Muslim cleric out Egypt used social Media
    Yes and Muslims use social media every single day to condemn terrorism. You're reaching for straws now.
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    Re: Do the actions of ISIS and al Qaeda represent the veiws of all Muslims?[w:23]

    Quote Originally Posted by Unitedwestand13 View Post
    I know that. But I wonder who exactly believes the idea that Muslims act as one single population bloc?
    No one. This is an idiotic strawman that the more delusional leftists tell other delusional leftists about the right in order to morally preen.

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    Re: Do the actions of ISIS and al Qaeda represent the veiws of all Muslims?[w:23]

    Quote Originally Posted by Glen Contrarian View Post
    How about comparing the homicide rate in Saudi Arabia (where it's very hard to legally own a gun) to America's homicide rate?
    I understand, you don't want to answer the question.
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    Re: Do the actions of ISIS and al Qaeda represent the veiws of all Muslims?[w:23]

    Quote Originally Posted by Unitedwestand13 View Post
    I had tried to ask this question in a earlier thread but I did not make my implications clear enough.

    This is the earlier thread http://www.debatepolitics.com/polls/...americans.html

    My question is this: do the actions of terrorist orginazation like ISIS and al Qaeda represent the entire Islamic faith, or are we able to distinguish between the militant fanatics and the uninvolved?


    All? No.


    Way, WAY too many? hell yes.

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    Re: Do the actions of ISIS and al Qaeda represent the veiws of all Muslims?[w:23]

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    Yes and Muslims use social media every single day to condemn terrorism. You're reaching for straws now.
    No I wasn't reaching for straws.....which is why I mentioned about the Egyptian cleric and some wanting him arrested. Right there from the School of Sunni Doctrine.

    Oh and I never said that there wasn't Muslims saying anything about the Heretics.....I wouldn't have mentioned Sisi if I thought that. Whom I am in agreement with.

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