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Originally posted by buds84
Originally posted by Telos
It didn't take to long for you to show your real face and your tolerance as a muslim, did it?
I'm not muslim, and I don't care for muslims.
And who told you that white people came from Caucasus? lmao
Oh wow this is sad.
Where do you think the name Caucasian came from?
Caucasian means cave dweller of the Caucasus Mountains.
Originally posted by jbmitch
reply to post by conspiracyrus
so it is your opinion that every last muslim on earth wants to kill the non believers?
now that's bigotry
thats the point... social domination through religious agenda,,tell me Muhammed didnt use the sword when other forms of coeration didnt work!
Originally posted by Kokatsi
Oh, but there is ample evidence that radical Islam arose partly as a direct manipulation of Western powers, and partly as a response to Western politics. It is so interesting that people post their opinions here without regard to history...
The Wahhabi movement - the most radical Sunni movement which Al Qaida is a proud member of - arose in Arabia as a covert operation of the British Empire around the 1920's in order to divide Islam further. Officially, a jihad can only be conducted if a high-ranking religious leader endorses it in a fatwa, for a concrete cause and objective. Such has not been the case with the Wahhabi. In fact, both Saudi and Egyptian religious leaders refused to endorse a jihad against America or Britain or other Western countries.
As such, most of radical Islam movements today are clearly illegal from their own point of view. It is another thing that radicals probably get their funding covertly from mainstream Islam sympathizers. We Westerners would better try to understand how their system works before we make wholesale judgements. It is uninteresting to check whether a random sample
of Palestinians endorses jihad. Islam believers in Hungary, for example mostly would not endorse any jihad.
Iran's Shi'as fall outside of Sunni Moslem faith, therefore they only respond to Shi'a fatwas. It is easy to see that the various Iranian jihads arose as a response of the West staging a coup d'état in Iran against the democratically elected regime that wanted to control more of the country's resources as opposed to British Petroleum.
Otherwise Iran's Shi'as hate to co-operate with Sunnis, just like Cathoics are usually not in the same movement as evangelical Christians.