Muslims and Free Speech

Jan 2012
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Texas
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Interesting, how can you sure someone for speech in a country with free speech.

Islamic countries are fascist by nature
 
May 2012
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The motherland
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Sharia law is clearly a danger to European society and anyone who advocates or practices Sharia should be probed his extremist links as he could be a member of an al-Qaeda sleeper cell and Islamist parties are on the rise in the Arab world after the Arab Spring and imposing Sharia law on more secular Muslims is their main political platform and those extremists are hampering the region's further democratisation.
 
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Oct 2012
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I do not like the so called "religion" of islam. It's an abomination to the human race and the idea of freedom.
 
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I don't either, they execute my kind.
So do Christians. ;) As I stated in a previous thread, blame the culture not the religion. You never hear about suicide bombings or "Death to America" chants in Albania (the only Muslim majority Western state) for example.
 
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So do Christians. ;) As I stated in a previous thread, blame the culture not the religion. You never hear about suicide bombings or "Death to America" chants in Albania (the only Muslim majority Western state) for example.
it's the current political rather than culture, you likely hear it in neighboring Serbia, even though they are not Muslim.
 
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Jan 2012
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So do Christians. ;) As I stated in a previous thread, blame the culture not the religion. You never hear about suicide bombings or "Death to America" chants in Albania (the only Muslim majority Western state) for example.
I never heard about Christian "jihad" because I am not sure it exists. Aside from about two things in history and they were about twenty years ago, there had never been a Christian terror attack.

What Christian nations execute such people?

If you have any links to any videos our articles, I would like to read them.

I haven't been too fond if local Christians lately.
 
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May 2012
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The armed Basque nationalist organisation called ETA in Spain was active until its 2006 ceasefire agreement and it was not until 2005 when the Provisional IRA formally announced an end of its armed campaign and both groups were forced to lay down their arms around the same time because their activities were severely restricted by anti-terror measures implemented after 9/11.

Provisional IRA Decommissioning statement - 28th July 2005:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxPe-jOG1Uc
 
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Feb 2012
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The armed Basque nationalist organisation called ETA in Spain was active until its 2006 ceasefire agreement and it was not until 2005 when the Provisional IRA formally announced an end of its armed campaign and both groups were forced to lay down their arms around the same time because their activities were severely restricted by anti-terror measures implemented after 9/11.

Provisional IRA Decommissioning statement - 28th July 2005:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxPe-jOG1Uc
Does Catholic ideology demand the killing of non believers?
 
Jan 2012
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Dogma? Yes. Actual policy? Not really.
wether you are speaking of a group of religious people or any other group, the practice of its people is what the religion is guilty of. Old outdated dogma is not the same as the practice if executeing innocent people. True not all millom countries do this but many do. It is a practice of the religion, not all muslims see out as a need, just like not all Christians see it as necassary. I can name several Muslim ruled countries in which they execute people over such things. I can't think of a single Christian ruled nation that does such.
 
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wether you are speaking of a group of religious people or any other group, the practice of its people is what the religion is guilty of. Old outdated dogma is not the same as the practice if executeing innocent people. True not all millom countries do this but many do. It is a practice of the religion, not all muslims see out as a need, just like not all Christians see it as necassary. I can name several Muslim ruled countries in which they execute people over such things. I can't think of a single Christian ruled nation that does such.
Ethiopia? :rolleyes:
 
Jan 2012
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Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Iran, the Sudan, Somalia, Mauritania, Ouagadougou are the only nations that execute lgbt. Pakistan, Thailand, Tanzania, Guyana, and Uganda have life in prison. Morocco, Syria, Algeria, Jordan, Libya, Iraq, Egypt, Tunisia, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Namibia, Angola, Zambia, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Oman, UAE, as well as some Pacific island nations which I am not familiar with all carry a severe penalty. Most of the listed nations have a strong Islamic influence. Aside from a couple of the orient, and a south American nation. This all seems to be an issue of the Islamic influenced states.the only Christian influenced nation involved is Ethiopia. I am not sure of others and their demographics.
 
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Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Iran, the Sudan, Somalia, Mauritania, Ouagadougou are the only nations that execute lgbt. Pakistan, Thailand, Tanzania, Guyana, and Uganda have life in prison. Morocco, Syria, Algeria, Jordan, Libya, Iraq, Egypt, Tunisia, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Namibia, Angola, Zambia, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Oman, UAE, as well as some Pacific island nations which I am not familiar with all carry a severe penalty. Most of the listed nations have a strong Islamic influence. Aside from a couple of the orient, and a south American nation. This all seems to be an issue of the Islamic influenced states.the only Christian influenced nation involved is Ethiopia. I am not sure of others and their demographics.
Yes and every nation on earth outlaws slavery, still doesn't change the fact that there are 900k slaves in America today. You can't just look at laws, you need to also take actions into account. Youre not going to find a Christian nation in Africa that's cool with homosexuals no matter what their laws say. This has nothing to do with Christianity but the people themselves. Same goes for Muslims. If Islam was itself violent, China, Albania, France, etc. would be bloody hellholes.
 

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