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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]

    ISIS doesnt even account for the views of "Radical Islamists".... You think ISIS, the Taliban, Islamic Jihad Group all share the same views?


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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
    No, no. You don't get to move the goalposts. You claimed that they were the same people with the same ideas. So I ask you, does this apply to Christians or not? Show us how consistent you are.
    Didn't move anything. Christians world wide all the way to the top denounce such actions. Publicly and loudly.
    Where is that loud public denouncing of ISIS by main stream Islamic leaders.

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    I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality. - MLK

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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
    Question for you. What policies do you support that make you a "moderate", rather than being a party member?
    Oh, I've already made a post about this nonsense whenever a closet Conservative pretending to a centrist or independent questions where I stand on issues:

    http://www.debatepolitics.com/bias-m...post1063668002

    I've got 10 years of posts showing people I can side with both Liberals and Conservatives depending on the issue. I call people's bull**** arguments out when I see them. Are you mad that it's your turn?
    I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality. - MLK

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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 CRUE CAB View Post
    Didn't move anything. Christians world wide all the way to the top denounce such actions. Publicly and loudly.
    Where is that loud public denouncing of ISIS by main stream Islamic leaders.
    For ****s sake even the "radical Islamic" leader of Hezbollah condemned the attack. Hell Islamic leaders in Iran condemned it..


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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
    You know, posting what heretic means, which nobody here has questioned doesn't make your assertions about what Muslims should do correct. YOU brought up the Arab Spring. YOU used it to further a point about what Muslims should do. If you don't want to discuss it because you've realized it has little to do with Islam, you're welcome to say so and come up with a better argument. However, the question still remains: What do you expect a fellah (that's not slang for fellow) in a Muslim country to do about what is happening internationally? I'll wait for your answer.
    Yes, you questioned it and said it wasn't even taking place with Islam and its heretics who Directly challenged the Saud's Ascension. So that is why it was brought out. You do understand the challenge, Correct?

    I only brought it up,(Arab Spring) with regard to that BS about your Urban movement that you brought up while trying talk about the illiterate Muslims that are so far off the beaten path and into their daily lives.

    Also you were already given the Answer when it was pointed out to you that hundreds of millions of Christians didn't even know about their heretics or what its leadership was doing. Just how could you not correlate.....What you started with. Yet they did eventually condemn their heretics.

    What was difficult for you to understand of who and how they get their teachings from. No matter what country they are in. Which part of their Clerics going to Mecca didn't you get?

    What Part of the Sunni Muslim leader's Words telling them to take back their Religion, that they were losing it couldn't you comprehend?

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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
    Oh, I've already made a post about this nonsense whenever a closet Conservative pretending to a centrist or independent questions where I stand on issues:

    http://www.debatepolitics.com/bias-m...post1063668002

    I've got 10 years of posts showing people I can side with both Liberals and Conservatives depending on the issue. I call people's bull**** arguments out when I see them. Are you mad that it's your turn?
    Lol I'm a closet conservative now? I love you "moderates". Anyone who isn't liberal, is conservative. My nephew calls anyone who doesn't agree with him, stupid. Same concept. Both immature.

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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 TheDemSocialist View Post
    For ****s sake even the "radical Islamic" leader of Hezbollah condemned the attack. Hell Islamic leaders in Iran condemned it..
    Some right wingers analyze large groups as homogenous entities. They personal responsibility shtick only seems to apply when they want it to apply. As such, we get guys like CRUE CAB, who swears that all Muslims share the same ideas but Christians are different and distinct and where the more radical members of Christianity are "backwards", separate, and distinct, the rest of the world's religious groups all have a hivemind way of addressing things. The reality of course is that this simplistic way of understanding the world just exposes the double standard I've been discussing throughout this thread.
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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
    Lol I'm a closet conservative now? I love you "moderates". Anyone who isn't liberal, is conservative. My nephew calls anyone who doesn't agree with him, stupid. Same concept. Both immature.
    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.
    I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality. - MLK

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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
    Yes, you questioned it
    Umm, I questioned your red herring concerning the Arab Spring. The truth is that it has nothing to do with what is currently going on the Middle East or for that matter have anything but a parallelity in common with other issues like those of terrorism. You proposed the urban networks that were created in the Arab Spring as a solution to the problem of terrorism. However, these networks were A) nationalized and B) not really connected by anything other than a general dislike of their respective situations. Again, that's why bringing it up is irrelevant. If you don't like that your solutions really have nothing to do with Islam or for that matter terrorism, just say so. People sometimes don't know what they're discussing when it comes to these national issues and they believe that name dropping actually will make them sound informed on the matter.
    I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality. - MLK

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