posted on Apr, 7 2016 @ 04:25 AM
You may not realize this, but the majority of victims of "Islamic" terrorism are other Muslims. Just like the majority of victims of crimes in Muslim
countries are other Muslims. Just like the majority of victims of crimes in Christian-majority countries are other Christians. And the majority of
victims of crimes in India are other Hindus.
A lot of times, the only "shock" is the way it's presented. If a Christian in America is killed for opposing a hate group that's filled with self
described Christians, will it be presented as a flaw in Christianity? And what about when a Christian is killed for speaking out against the
notoriously Catholic organized crime families in Italy and South America? Do you present the situation as a problem in Christianity too?
I'm saying this because the double standards are preposterous. I've seen Christians right here in the US fight each other and fight non-Christians
because of disagreements about their faith & religious interpretations. And I have several self described Christian friends in prison right now
because they shot and/or killed other people who happened to be Christian. What's the difference?
You just go around looking for reasons to criticize Islam. You literally hold us to a higher standard than you hold other demographics, which is
ridiculous. We make up more than 20% of the world's population, so there will always be things to nitpick and incidences to be "outraged" by. Just as
I can point to the numerous daily instances of self described Hindus and Christians killing their wives, critics, rivals, enemies, or victims. But for
some reason, people say those demographics did it in spite of their alleged beliefs, but only Muslims do it because of our beliefs.