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Post by luvsports! on Sun Jan 18, 2015 8:27 pm

Tenez wrote:
noleisthebest wrote:Most people would agree with you rotla, that's what media want and have obviously achieved.

The West always creates a Boogeyman for us to fear: first it was the Russians, now it's Muslim terrirists.

But think who has been starting wars all over the world, how and why.
Who are the real terrorists dressed up as peacemakers.

I won't go into religious matter here, as that is another topic.

very true!

islam is 700 yo  but it's only since that so called "new born Christian" Bush cruzade that "islam terrorism" really exists. And that terrorism does many less victims than the 100 000s if not milions killed in the Middle East "to free them from their again so called dictators".

And btw  who do you think finance those terrorists?

I guess this is why your colleagues at work Rotla are a bit sensitive when it comes to their religion. But when I was born there were very nice people and we never heard about Islam and its problems.
Islam began around 1400 years ago.

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Post by DECIMA on Mon Jan 19, 2015 1:11 am

luvsports! wrote:
Recent studies have shown that 2% of terrorism is religious
Did the pope conduct this survey by any chance ? Winking

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Post by Tenez on Mon Jan 19, 2015 8:56 am

Kim Jong-Un wrote:
luvsports! wrote:
Recent studies have shown that 2% of terrorism is religious
Did the pope conduct this survey by any chance ? Winking
Good answer and a nice way to close this controversial thread!

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Re: Terrorist Attack in Paris

Post by ... on Mon Jan 19, 2015 2:52 pm

Sorry T, saw this while I was looking for a Prediction Game Scores thread photo, couldn't resist!


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Re: Terrorist Attack in Paris

Post by Tenez on Mon Jan 19, 2015 3:16 pm

Yep......Shame they can't even accuse the Australians of killing their indigenous people as they did the same.

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Post by ... on Mon Jan 19, 2015 4:06 pm

I'm sure they'll come up with something if/when they get desperate...

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Post by Autumnleaf on Fri Jan 23, 2015 6:54 pm

I seriously don't see the religion itself as a problem, the problem imho is the lack of prospects for a growing population of young muslims. Life appears meaningless to them, so they find comfort and purpose in religion. Because they feel rejected, they feel hatred for Western society. The only way to prevent such things from happening is pouring lots of money to these communities to give these youths a promising future. Like that will ever happen.  erm It's easier to just point the finger at an "aggressive religion".

The disintegration of governmental structures in some countries of the Near East, coupled with large communities of expats in Europe, this problem will only get worse, unfortunately.

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Post by DECIMA on Sat Jan 24, 2015 2:11 am

Yes but there's a huge leap between 'feeling rejected' and then going on to become indoctrinated and becoming a terrorist.

Autumnleaf wrote:It's easier to just point the finger at an "aggressive religion".
Obviously the vast majority of Muslims are peaceful people who wouldn't go anything extreme like these murderers; but just like the Bible, the Koran has some verses which incite against people not of that particular faith.
The difference between the impact of the Bible and the Koran; is far more people follow the Koran literally than the Bible; as shown by the overwhelming evidence in polling figures.

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