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Muslim leader threatens to kill Paul McCartney over Israel gig

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posted on Sep, 15 2008 @ 12:41 PM
Muslims take reglion too seriously.

Mad people

posted on Sep, 15 2008 @ 12:47 PM
I'm a Palestinian who lives in the West Bank and I love the Beatles. And I think this is f****** stupid.

First of all this Bakri guy is a Syrian who lives in Lebanon after being kicked out of the UK. That means he doesn't have authority over any Palestinian faction so all of this is just bull#.

Secondly, although it annoys me that one of my favorite musicians will sing for Israel in it's anniversary (Our Nakba), that doesn't give me the right to kill him.

And finally we Palestinians don't care about the opinions of fanatic assholes like Bakri and couldn't care less about who supports Israel and who doesn't because we would end up blowing half the world if we came after anyone who supports Israel.

posted on Sep, 15 2008 @ 12:51 PM
reply to post by Ironclad

You don't see the irony in all of this? Christians blindly accept Israel because they're forced to, and yet things they're against are what is occurring there.

Do you accept their human sex traffic? Their legalized Gay marriage? Killing of women and children (civilians)? Oppression of the Christian minorities? Their caste system in place for other non-Jews (non-Jew by race)? Their militarization of all their people to make them a war country? Them negating any non-Jews a citizenship (To be an Israeli, you have to convert out of Christianity to Judaism)? They win wars by "Way of Deception" (Mossad Slogan. Does that sound very God-like?)?

Do you accept all these as well, or only what is sugar-coated and kept away from your eyes?

reply to post by Ironclad

Yes, there's nothing more funny that genocide. Please do tell us another one of your jokes.

Your mentality is the kind people use to create a greater shift in understanding between faiths. Keep preaching it and see how far it will get you in the world, while everyone else learns to co-exist.

posted on Sep, 15 2008 @ 12:53 PM
reply to post by zero_cool1990

Good to see we have members on the ground over there that are able to give us an objective view! I look forward to seeing your input on Palestinian matters. Please keep us updated (I hate MSM coverage of the Middle East)!

posted on Sep, 15 2008 @ 01:08 PM

Originally posted by Vowles
Riots about Dutch Cartoons, was that 'a muslim guy with pencil issues?'.

What about Mohammed the Teddy bear outrage. 'A muslim with terrible dislike for the prophetstation of cuddly toys?'

The list goes on, Mr McCartney is but one of many in Islams sights.
Roll on #2?

First of all those were Danish cartoons. Danish people come from Denmark.

Dutch people come from The Netherlands.

Second, the cartoons were nothing but an insult to a religion. Just like you're insulting it now over it's extremists. Do you also hate Soccer because there are hooligans and feel the game itself should be insulted ? No.

That Danish cartoon writer was ignorant and insulted millions of people who had never had anything to do with terror, but just live peaceful with their Muslim faith.

I'm a Dane and i feel sick to know that i'm a part of a country that has allowed some old ignorant fool to have his ignorant drawings published so they could make big drama and publicity for money making purposes. Putting Denmark in a bad light and all Danish tourists life in danger. All in the name of freedom.

With freedom comes responsibility to respect.

Oh and btw although the Muslims were very upset and burning our flag, the "artist" is still alive and well.

The flag burners are ignorant too as if all in Denmark agreed with the drawings. No way. The greedy newspaper executive is the one to be upset with.

And last but not least the media in the whole world is culturally biased. I can assure you that all religions has it's extremists. The media is not here to inform you, it is here to make money and create drama to get viewers ok. And right now it's making big bucks on making Islam look bad. Turn off your TV and go study or you will be completely brainwashed.

The way media is today, is a farce. We need to somehow get rid of money as our motivator to avoid these stupid situations. Always the common folks don't want war, it's the moneymen who do, and they know how to manipulate and persuade the population by using politicians who specialise in lying and decieving. That's all they do. You really think politicians and media are here to help ? You're wrong. They feed on conflict.

We need to rethink this age old fundament for our society.

posted on Sep, 15 2008 @ 01:19 PM
Man if they kill him about half of the Europe and west would sign up for the military. Killing a living legend whose band sold the most albums ever? Whether you like his music or not he is one of the most accomplished musicians of our age. It's almost like killing John Lennon all over again (granted Paul isn't as politically active). That's low. I'd perform anyway if they would kill him it just makes them look bad.

posted on Sep, 15 2008 @ 08:07 PM
reply to post by jwstarry

Another sad, worthless statement made by sad, worthless people who follow a sad, worthless religion. What happened to the "big attacks" they had planned for the Olympics? Couldn't pull those off, could they? Just goes to show how weak they really are. I wouldn't worry about this rubbish at all.


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