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Christians harass Muslim man praying infront of White House. Disgusting.

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posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 10:23 AM
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Wow.

It's hate like that America...

That's not religion, that's extremism.

Jesus was a great teacher, too bad his people are poor students.




posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 10:29 AM
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Freedom . . . and Bondage
Protest movements were not much heard of before the Second World War, although some of them existed even then. Since that time they have proliferated greatly and the news media have given them considerable prominence. The starting point may perhaps be pin-pointed as the proclamation of the "Four Freedoms" by President F. D. Roosevelt to the United States Congress on 6 January, 1941. These freedoms comprise:

1. Freedom of speech and expression;
2. Freedom of every person to worship God in his own way;
3. Freedom from want;
4. Freedom from fear.

These express what most people would regard as the basic freedoms which every person should enjoy. But the problem is that one man's freedom is another man's bondage. Freedom of speech and expression, for example, involves the right of other persons to propagate political teaching which might result in the destruction of the very freedoms which are being exercised. Freedom of worship might produce cults and pressures which could enslave the minds of unwary people. Freedom is obviously a much more complex subject than a casual examination might suggest.

The root of the matter lies not so much in freedom itself, but rather in the limits within which we allow the choice to be made and the standards by which we make that choice. In the exercise of what might be considered permitted freedoms, serious conflict of ideals can be occasioned. The pursuit of one freedom may be the destruction of another. There are, for example, churches which send financial aid to guerrilla organisations in their efforts to overthrow regimes or systems whose methods are regarded by those concerned as unacceptably evil.



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 10:33 AM
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You Christians never fail to disappoint. Like clockwork you have come to attack when someone doesn't fall into line with what you know to be true. I see it everywhere. I hear it everyday at work when I tell people that I don't believe in organized religion. "Oh, you're one of those devil worshippers!" Yep, you guys have it all figured out.

Get a clue. You act like you created religion. Pull your nose out of the Bible, or better yet, your head out of your a$$, and realize that many of your religious beliefs and stories are taken from religions FAR older than yours. You have simply twisted them to fit your brand.

You drive around with your Jesus fish bumper-sticker, or wear your WWJD shirt and think that they give you some kind of entitlement. WWJD? I'll tell you what he would do. Probably bitchslap most of you for acting like the complete tools that many of you are.

I am not a part of any religion, however, I am a part of the human race and thus, believe that we are all equal and deserve to be treated as such.



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 10:53 AM
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Founding Fathers Considered Clergy The colleges the Founding Fathers graduated from were seminaries; some of them are: Princeton, Harvard, and Yale. Most of the Founding Fathers were not pastors, but were church officers, elders, managers, or founders of Bible societies; showing the clergy label upon them is correct.


source: ourfoundingtruth.blogspot.com...



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 10:59 AM
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To those who claim they are not Christian:

The same goes for Muslim terrorists! They don't represent the moderate majority.



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 11:02 AM
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And the founding fathers tried to shove religion down the throats of people they saw as savages, the indiginous indians and when they did not want to know stole their lands and killed them.



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 11:11 AM
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Yes absolutely, they graduated from religious schools. because that was just about all there was at the time. all of the best colleges were founded by religions, because there was no other body to build them, or support them. That however does not make the people who attended the schools religious necessarily. And for someone who started this conversation by saying “not that I care” you sure are defending the religious point. Anywho… this has little or nothing to do with the OP. so I will sign off now.



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 11:12 AM
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edit on 4-3-2011 by sacecowboy because: Double post



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 11:14 AM
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Kudos to the Muslim for not losing his temper and whacking one of them!

Someone should point out to those people chanting 'Jesus' over and over again that Islam holds Jesus in high regard.

Meh.



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 11:25 AM
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I didn't see anything disgusting in that video. There was a group of people praying and a couple preaching.



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 11:33 AM
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The mere fact that any of them worships an invisible bogeyman should get them locked up in a rubber room. The fact that they think the invisible bogeyman tells them to go kill other people, and that they actually "listen", should get them locked in that same rubber room for life.



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 11:36 AM
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Originally posted by wheelz123
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Kudos to the Muslim for not losing his temper and whacking one of them!

Someone should point out to those people chanting 'Jesus' over and over again that Islam holds Jesus in high regard.

Meh.


I happen to hold Jesus in high regard; if the stories about him are true regarding the way he lived his life. But, I don't believe he was/is God. Christians tend to find that offensive and blesphemous, no matter how well intentioned I am.



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 11:49 AM
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I don't care much about religion. I don't practice it but I have read the bible. It's a good story book with a good message. But even in these days I find it hard to comprehend why people put so much importance on a Fairytale. Don't get me wrong, I don't find anything wrong with you practicing your religion what ever it might be. The issue is not there. The issue is why put so much importance on something, like it or not, that has been created to devide the people when we know that a population dived is a managable population. Why put so much importance on something that is the cause of most wars in the world. What I see those christians doing is deplorable. For the people in the video, according to your bible you're all going to hell. Why you say? "Judge not lest ye be judged" Does that ring a bell? Leave him alone. He has as much of a right to practice as you do. But of course nothing is so black and white. What are these people doing there whith those signs? Were they there before the muslim man got there or were they there because of him. Either way, what they did is wrong.



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 11:50 AM
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I've been muslim for 19 years, and know my faith inside and out. NOWHERE are cows forbidden in anyway. It's PIGS, look it up. I don't know whether to just keep shaking my head or pity you.



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 11:54 AM
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Originally posted by MrXYZ
To those who claim they are not Christian:

The same goes for Muslim terrorists! They don't represent the moderate majority.
Agree 100%



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 11:57 AM
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It is off-topic, but I can answer your question, seriously.

It is becasue they are afraid of death, first and foremost.
Due to their fear of death they came up with a way to not die- it's called Everlasting Life. But, to get that Everlasting Life you have to life this life in a certain way. Usually that "certain way" is full of things that make life suck- up to and including giving your money and free will to someone else. But, it's only through that sacrifice that you can attain Everlasting Life, and thus, you need not have any fear of death while you are alive.

When I am rereading this it seems to have a condescending tone, it was not meant that way and I don't want to rewrite it.



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 11:59 AM
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My apologies, I guess I should have added comments, I submitted that above source, to recognize the fact that though they attended religious schools, they all were orthodox, and you are correct in stating that they were not of religious decent upon implementing the BOR and the Constitution.



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 12:01 PM
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Originally posted by sara123123
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These protestors met the Islamic protestors who came to Washington to demand Shira law in America.

You who do not think independently beyond political correctness and who deny reality, might as well get used the confrontation against Muslims in this country. This is not Europe. We won't be bowing down to allah any time soon not bowing down to the threat of the sword (the beheading of artists or speakers who enrage Muslims in the US). We are not politically correct in this country. We are free and we will stay that way.

It is going to get ugly if Muslims try their nonsense over here.


In Europe we don't engage in religious skullduggery. In America you embrace it. This "we're not Europe" crap is just that, crap.

Americans are already indoctrinated into believing in God and Christianity. You're far easier to convert, let me tell you.

And this is ultimately the point. American Christians aren't scared America will become a Muslim hotbed like Europe, because Europe is not a Muslim hotbed. What American Christians are scared of is there religion becoming irrelevant and laughable, just as it is in Europe. You fear not the rise of Islam, but the rise of Atheism.

Be scared, because your religion is dead in the water. And no amount of "we must embrace Christianity to defend against the Muslims" will help. You're both two sides of the same coin.

80% of Americans bow down to Allah every day. You recognise Allah just another word for God, right?

Lol at Islam in Europe. Never gonna happen. We're too smart.



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 12:04 PM
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If it were Muslims doing this to a Christian, you would be ranting and raving.

As a Christian, I am sickened by those punks. They clearly have not read the Bible.



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 12:09 PM
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You all will be Muslim sooner or later. No need for everyone to cry about this just except your fates. By the time you realize whats going on you'll be on your knees or getting your head cut off. Best of luck to you Muslim lovers.




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