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Originally posted by Hawkwind.
Did he chop someone's head off?
Did he torture someone?
Did he kidnap someone?
So, who the hell are you people to say what he should or should not be allowed to do if he's not harming anyone?
If he was ignored he wouldn't get the attention he's looking for but people have sensationalised the matter and now he's won.
Originally posted by Blaine91555
I'm floored some of you seem to advocate violence. That makes you even worse than this man who is simply using this to gain notoriety for his personal gain. Yes he is bad, but anyone advocating violence against him is far worse than he is.
Originally posted by Hefficide
Without TV and all of us talking - this family of circus freaks would just get what nature intends. Somebody would beat them into a pulp and they'd shut their mouths.
Hateful of me? Probably. But true nonetheless.
Originally posted by Christian Voice
Come on and let the Christian bashing begin......
Originally posted by Corrupted Data
I say good,
In my own personal opinion Islam is a relegion Intolerant of others beleifs and views.
IT IS NOT PEACEFUL.
People who are not muslim are infidels, and MUST be Punished according to the Quran.
Screw Islam, In fact, Screw all relegion.
Pastor Terry Jones wanted to burn the Qur’an because he believes it preaches violence. That, in fact, has been an article of faith for critics of Islam post-9/11. “See, it says right here,” they say, pointing to the “Sword Verses,” of which they are a dozen. They quote them selectively, as does Osama bin Laden — he to justify violent jihad, they to demonize Islam. As with most sacred texts, the Qur’an is open to human interpretation. But there’s consensus among reputable scholars, Muslims and non-Muslims, that the book sanctions war only for defensive purposes. Peace is the norm, not violence and warfare. www.thestar.com...