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Originally posted by lbndhr
reply to post by TrueAmerican
In America it is against the law to stone people, there is no religous factor in this to justify this action regardless of the christians intentions, the muslums shoulda not stoned thrown anything at anyone. This is not good, we cannot let america become islamic(fied) people,they are in our country we cna resepct theri faith but they have to respect our laws also, they have a religous law of order not like what we americans are use to. Right know I am very grateful for where I live, in a border small town ZERO count it 0 muslims here. And if there are any I have yet to see 1 in the past 5 years. Hey americans stick up for yourself or you loose your freedoms. peace.
BUT, the OP was not "stoning." It was youths throwing rocks and bottles. This is not specific to any religion or culture. This is just using whatever is at hand. Philadelphia fans often throw beercans at opposing players. I think Lebron James was hit with something in OKC last week, and when I was a kid some friends of mine got in trouble for throwing rocks at passing cars.
Originally posted by lbndhr
reply to post by TRGreer
I totally agree the christians were wrong, hwoever they were not breaking any laws, here in lies the foundation of america. The muslums stoned through deadly obsticles at the radical christians who were not being violent. think about the laws not the religion here
What about morality? Did you ever consider that? and I strongly disagree with the "innocence" of these protesters. Does the bible not say you reap what you sow? It was obvious to me that these people were purposely trying to illicit a negative reaction. Since your so fond of laws ever hear of the law against inciting a riot?
Originally posted by The Old American
You morons arguing that it's OK to meet signs and words with violence are really disgusting to humanity. The law makes no provision for what happened in that video. The police failed in their duty, as did the Muslims at that festival. They were not practicing the tenets of Islam and those weren't Muslims at that festival, those were future martyrs.
Originally posted by Muckster
I notice you dont see the pigs head on astick in their video!!
Originally posted by Unity_99
This thread is extremely frightening. Both sides are wrong here. BOTH. The reaction is wrong, and illegal. PERIOD. But to incite this and call yourself Christian, when as a Christian, Christ's example should be your mainstay, is horrible. It sickens me completely.
This is not even normal people, to me I sense agenda, and something staged here.
However, the posts on here, shocked me.
By the way, bullhorns to me are a part of peacefully protesting. We all need them to do general strikes and serve and protect freedoms, democracies and also stand up for the poor and excluded. Violence is a weapon not loud words. We need loud words.
But not in religious squabbles. Period. They should have been escorted out.edit on 27-6-2012 by Unity_99 because: (no reason given)
They went in asking trouble. And when trouble found them they are all upset about it.