reply to post by Telos
I'm not the one pulling on people's prejudices to "Saaaaaaaaave us from the muuuuuuslims! The muuuuuslims are coming! Haaaaalp! Kill them/Deport them
before they get usssss!"
We are in a thread about an incident in Norway, where muslims supposedly threatened to take over the country or attack them. I'm not allowed to bring
to attention the highly suspicious and suspect nature of the incident, that points to minimal to no muslim involvement at all?
You quoted a reply I was giving to a question Ironclad posed. If you have issue with my response, point it out, instead of nonsensical personal
And why don't YOU stop for a moment and "clean up the sickness" that is in your atheist brethren? You're responsible for all atheists, right? Just
like it is my job to "clean up the sickness in my religion"? Besides, how would you know what I do during my time otherwise? When someone points out
that mass forced exile, execution and nuking is wrong (never mind that it is in response to a bloated up incident that WAS a good example of media
demagoguery), it isn't called "self-victimising". It is called common sense.
reply to post by TruthxIsxInxThexMist
Which group are you talking about?
I know it is possibly a somewhat inappropriate question, but considering that London is such a huge place, if you don't mind, which area of London are
you talking about? Because I can think of nowhere in London with a mosque within 400m of 2 other mosques. Besides, most of the mosques don't even look
like mosques..how would you tell?
When I came down to London 2-3 years ago (I don't much care for big cities, and avoid them as much as I can
), I went to Regents Park mosque, which
happened to be so overcrowded, I had to say my prayers in the basement garage, to the gods of the automobiles. There are maybe 9-10 mosques in London,
you consider this too much? Nevermind the 50 some Hindu temples, the 15 Sikh temples, the 18 Synagogues (and certainly never mind the hundreds of
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