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    Re: ISIS: The Embodiment of Islam [W 11]

    Quote Originally Posted by Chagos View Post
    Never even gave it any consideration.
    If some people tripped over a stone in the street they would give Islam the blame.
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    Re: ISIS: The Embodiment of Islam [W 11]

    Quote Originally Posted by zyzygy View Post
    If some people tripped over a stone in the street they would give Islam the blame.
    Have you forgotten that there is a logical end to critical thinking?

    After all we have been thus informed by our resident logic expert.
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    Re: ISIS: The Embodiment of Islam [W 11]

    Quote Originally Posted by Chagos View Post
    Well, I lived in the US for a number of years and nobody tried to kill me there either.

    Of course I'm leaving out motorists in N.Y.C. who all did.
    They didn't actively try to kill you, they just ignored it when you got in the way.
    Knee-jerk anti-government sentiment is not a viable political philosophy.

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    Re: ISIS: The Embodiment of Islam [W 11]

    Quote Originally Posted by RAMOSS View Post
    They didn't actively try to kill you, they just ignored it when you got in the way.
    Yeah, I guess if there'd been any "actively" involved, they really needed to go back to "basic". Quite apart from my not getting in their way, they were getting in mine.
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    Re: ISIS: The Embodiment of Islam [W 11]

    Quote Originally Posted by Chagos View Post
    Yeah, I guess if there'd been any "actively" involved, they really needed to go back to "basic". Quite apart from my not getting in their way, they were getting in mine.
    That is what is known as 'too many people, not enough escape routes'.
    Knee-jerk anti-government sentiment is not a viable political philosophy.

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    Re: ISIS: The Embodiment of Islam [W 11]

    Quote Originally Posted by coldjoint View Post
    This is about what Islam says and what ISIS is saying and doing. You are trying to make it about individual Muslims, that is not the subject.
    I on the other hand try to make it Islam in general.

    How can ISIS personify Islam when thw vast majority of Muslims reject ISIS?
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    Re: ISIS: The Embodiment of Islam [W 11]

    Quote Originally Posted by coldjoint View Post
    Still can't find any hate?
    I have.
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    Re: ISIS: The Embodiment of Islam [W 11]

    Quote Originally Posted by coldjoint View Post
    Why are people afraid to believe this? What sense doesn't it make?

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    Nobody's "afraid" to believe it.

    We don't believe it because it's sheer poppycock.

    The Koran DOES have context and your wild claims can only be used when taken OUT of context.

    Blame global politics and Colonialism.......don't blame the Koran.

    Even as we face off on hot-button issues.........How about this? "Bless those who curse you."

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    Re: ISIS: The Embodiment of Islam [W 11]

    Quote Originally Posted by Fledermaus View Post
    I on the other hand try to make it Islam in general.

    How can ISIS personify Islam when thw vast majority of Muslims reject ISIS?
    Good point.
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    Re: ISIS: The Embodiment of Islam [W 11]

    Quote Originally Posted by Fledermaus View Post
    How can ISIS personify Islam when thw vast majority of Muslims reject ISIS?
    Because following Islam as Mohamed and the first Muslims did requires abandoning everything to kill or be killed to spread Islam, and that's one hell of a commitment. Also, I agree that the majority of Muslims have no intention of doing so, but that doesn't mean they reject the concept.
    See something, say something, get called an Islamophobe.

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