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Muslim man saves Jews in paris

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posted on Jan, 10 2015 @ 05:30 PM
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Anytime anyone does anything good or bad now, we have to seek out and point out what religion they are?

Scary.




posted on Jan, 10 2015 @ 05:32 PM
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a reply to: intrepid

100% correct.

And what I am saying is according to the quoted verse, Muslim terrorists killing Jews has nothing to with the Quran and Islam.

According to the verse as well, the Jews are our brothers and we should protect them - just like the man did.



posted on Jan, 10 2015 @ 08:36 PM
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originally posted by: sublim33
a reply to: intrepid

100% correct.

And what I am saying is according to the quoted verse, Muslim terrorists killing Jews has nothing to with the Quran and Islam.

According to the verse as well, the Jews are our brothers and we should protect them - just like the man did.
are you a Muslim sublim?



posted on Jan, 11 2015 @ 01:11 AM
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a reply to: sg1642

I understand it was not you who created the headline, that is why my assessment was directed at the source. I only criticized the fact that you have not read the criteria for making a post under B.A.N. and then ask for a very lacking one liner with a link to be placed there. If suppose it may have come off a bit hostile, but then again if you been here at least four months I just figured you would have at least read the submission requirements.

Now allow me to delve a little deeper into a topic related. The media needs to seem to have to point out the fact when ANY Muslim does ANYTHING the audience has to know he is a Muslim. These distinctions are rarely applied the same way when say, a church going baptist, protestant, or Lutheran etc.. etc.. is discovered to have kidnapped, or raped, or killed a person. Rarely do you see the investigative journalism into what practices of faith those individuals had in their day lives.

Nor do they ever mention a good lot of the street thus working for the cartels along the southern border who are always gunning each other and innocents down in their drug crazed violence about the angels of death and other pagan rituals and faith they have. Some of these groups worship death in the same sense as some Aztec barbarian eating the organs of their slain enemies (Syria anyone).

No, no, only Islam is worthy of isolating as being attached or related to the horrible choices of evil men who carry out barbarism. The distinction even has to be made when a person who is Islamic by faith does good deeds, not because they want to reassure the world that "Not all Muslims are bad" (as if any dim-wit with half a brain wouldnt already know this). It is done to initiate a thought process most aren't even aware they are having. After decades of propaganda attacks on the minds of western media audience, average people with limited critical thinking capacity, the headline serves to reassure subconsciously that it is an odd thing for a Muslim to help a Jew.

The thought process can be seen working in many of the comments sections of the various papers/outlets websites with comments such as "oh wow 1 in a million, doesnt make up for the rest of them" or "at least some Muslim people have a good heart" . While there may be half a heart of sincerity in such a comment, it has only reassured to the individual still that their is a distinction of evil, bad, or taboo with people of the Muslim faith. If the article had only said "employee saves shoppers by hiding them in the fridge" then comments such as the ones I mentioned would never have even made it into that persons thought process.

Or maybe I am just waaayy too over thinking it and seeing things that are not there. I know I can read between the lines, the words you cant see without those special shades, can you? It would take being able to admit to oneself that certain thoughts would never have come up on your own without a little power of suggestion. Most people will not because they want to believe noone can tell them what to think. A little more reflection and criticism into ones own insights could clear up alot of fog if people just gave it a shot.

The step after that will be how to identify the signal, thats a whole other topic altogether though ....



posted on Jan, 11 2015 @ 02:09 AM
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Muslims killed Jews in Paris.

Also true.



posted on Jan, 11 2015 @ 03:41 AM
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originally posted by: UnBreakable

originally posted by: sg1642
And the fact it was a kosher supermarket is a bit of a giveaway they might be Jewish.



Uh, the community Muslims used that store also. Like Jews, they eat kosher.


They eat Halal foods.

For most Muslim sects, kosher is a subset of halal; accordingly, Muslims can generally eat kosher food, but Jews cannot eat all halal food.
en.wikipedia.org...

Its not unusual for Muslims to shop in kosher stores outside of the middle east.
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posted on Jan, 11 2015 @ 06:40 AM
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originally posted by: DYepes
a reply to: sg1642

I understand it was not you who created the headline, that is why my assessment was directed at the source. I only criticized the fact that you have not read the criteria for making a post under B.A.N. and then ask for a very lacking one liner with a link to be placed there. If suppose it may have come off a bit hostile, but then again if you been here at least four months I just figured you would have at least read the submission requirements.

Now allow me to delve a little deeper into a topic related. The media needs to seem to have to point out the fact when ANY Muslim does ANYTHING the audience has to know he is a Muslim. These distinctions are rarely applied the same way when say, a church going baptist, protestant, or Lutheran etc.. etc.. is discovered to have kidnapped, or raped, or killed a person. Rarely do you see the investigative journalism into what practices of faith those individuals had in their day lives.

Nor do they ever mention a good lot of the street thus working for the cartels along the southern border who are always gunning each other and innocents down in their drug crazed violence about the angels of death and other pagan rituals and faith they have. Some of these groups worship death in the same sense as some Aztec barbarian eating the organs of their slain enemies (Syria anyone).

No, no, only Islam is worthy of isolating as being attached or related to the horrible choices of evil men who carry out barbarism. The distinction even has to be made when a person who is Islamic by faith does good deeds, not because they want to reassure the world that "Not all Muslims are bad" (as if any dim-wit with half a brain wouldnt already know this). It is done to initiate a thought process most aren't even aware they are having. After decades of propaganda attacks on the minds of western media audience, average people with limited critical thinking capacity, the headline serves to reassure subconsciously that it is an odd thing for a Muslim to help a Jew.

The thought process can be seen working in many of the comments sections of the various papers/outlets websites with comments such as "oh wow 1 in a million, doesnt make up for the rest of them" or "at least some Muslim people have a good heart" . While there may be half a heart of sincerity in such a comment, it has only reassured to the individual still that their is a distinction of evil, bad, or taboo with people of the Muslim faith. If the article had only said "employee saves shoppers by hiding them in the fridge" then comments such as the ones I mentioned would never have even made it into that persons thought process.

Or maybe I am just waaayy too over thinking it and seeing things that are not there. I know I can read between the lines, the words you cant see without those special shades, can you? It would take being able to admit to oneself that certain thoughts would never have come up on your own without a little power of suggestion. Most people will not because they want to believe noone can tell them what to think. A little more reflection and criticism into ones own insights could clear up alot of fog if people just gave it a shot.

The step after that will be how to identify the signal, thats a whole other topic altogether though ....
I see my apologies thought you were pointing your comment at me


I agree with your post it rings true with what I think. I do think, however, there should be more done in the media and other sources to dispel the myths and perceived images of the Muslim population world wide. You are right in what you are saying even when a positive story such as this is told it still hints of stigma and singles the mans religion out. Can we not accept someone saying 'in the wake of a massacre carried out by Muslim men here is a man who contradicts the stereotypical image' though? The majority of people here can see straight through that but the masses who believe in the MSM don't seem to be able to do that and have their blinkers on. So while it may appear to wrongly focus on his religion more stories like this should be told in my opinion because there are a select few (perhaps many) people who don't seem to realise the Islamic world isn't made up entirely of the kind of men who carried out the attacks. Ahmed Merabet's brother called for people to embrace that view rather the the stereotype and I'm sure the good man murdered in Paris would too.
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