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Muslims and Christians set fire to each others' homes and shops near the southern Egyptian town of Nagaa Hamady on Saturday, three days after a gunman killed six Coptic Christians in a drive-by shooting, security sources said.
"Four houses and a shop belonging to Christians in the village of Tiraks were set on fire by Muslims, while four shops owned by Muslims in the village of al-Bahgorah were set on fire by Christians," a security source said. The villages are near Nagaa Hamady
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Arsonists in Malaysia struck a fourth church on Saturday as the government tried to soothe tensions arising from a row over the use of the word "Allah" to refer to the Christian God.
Originally posted by truth_of_truth
reply to post by SuperSlovak
and christians (catholics) any better??? wow these people worship the same god in the end they just have different names for him but the same god nontheless what i say is let them kill themselves off these people are so rooted in there ideas that there will and is no gettin through to them so just let them deal with each other it sounds cruel but what can we do they want to kill eachother i say let them we just handle the whats left that area will always have conflict unless we remove one of the obvious cause which is religion
Originally posted by ZombieOctopus
This isn't even news, it's the last 1400 years lol
Right on guys, show us unbelievers the greatness of Mohammad and the kindness of Jesus, I'm convinced you're right, really.
Originally posted by EvolvedMinistry
reply to post by ModernAcademia
Sounds about right. A bunch of unenlightened idiots using the names of their supposed Gods in a pissing contest of who's deity has the bigger (you know what). What a bunch of children, and consequently, children actually seem to have a more civilized way of thinking in comparison to their grown, mature, and adult counterparts. Have you ever watched children who haven't been infected by this B.S.? With the exception of the occasional playground bully, most children play together unconditionally despite race, religion, or creed. Its not until their idiot parents instill a sense of false identity in their minds do they decide to separate from each other and form silly little factions of king verses peasant.
These two religions need to either be wiped out or quarantined so that they can't infect the remainder of the population who still like to use logic and reason to establish a peaceful and thoughtful way of life. All we are are monkeys killing other monkeys for dominance and control. We are all flesh and blood. We all drink water and need oxygen. We all procreate and speak languages to understand one another. If you ask me, that puts us all on roughly the same exact level of being. I'm still waiting to see this grand difference that somehow separates us from being ONE CIVILIZATION that supports itself for survival.
Now, my solution of elimination or quarantine may sound a bit extreme to those who practice either of these Abrahamic religions, but, take a look around of who is causing the most damage here. This is an outright sickness that is easily identifiable for someone of a sound mind, and ultimately, it will be the end of us if we don't wake up.
Originally posted by TarzanBeta
Most religions, regardless of how pagan and evil, were developed for a specific purpose and follow a strict set of principles.
Originally posted by truth_of_truth
reply to post by TarzanBeta
the same god nontheless just with slight diffrences in a interpretation of the same being muslims agree that jesus was a prophet just not the last one (they think it was mohammed that received the word of god) they believe moses and abraham where prophets. so there religion comes from the same texts which are followed by the jewish faith that dont believe that the last prophet has come again they are the same religion with different interpretations