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ACLU: Muslims face more scrutiny for citizenship

There are 5 comments on the NBC29 story from Aug 21, 2013, titled ACLU: Muslims face more scrutiny for citizenship. In it, NBC29 reports that:

Civil liberties advocates said Wednesday they have uncovered a government program to screen immigrants for national security concerns that has blacklisted some Muslims and put their U.S. citizenship applications on hold for years.

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#1 Aug 21, 2013
fact is..

the koran mandates only 3 scenarios where muslims are allowed to live with non-muslims.
1) when spying on them,
2) when converting them to islam,
3) when non-muslims have submitted to islam by paying the jizya.

the koran says that living with non-muslims is bad for them. so, why do they want to do so?

have you noticed that there are a lot of muslim countries that are 100% muslim? do you wonder why? it's because the muslims force all the non-muslims out.

muslims want sharia law.

look at what happened in egypt. perfect example.

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Since: Dec 06

Lebanon, PA

#2 Aug 21, 2013
Asian Guy wrote:
fact is..
the koran mandates only 3 scenarios where muslims are allowed to live with non-muslims.
1) when spying on them,
2) when converting them to islam,
3) when non-muslims have submitted to islam by paying the jizya.
the koran says that living with non-muslims is bad for them. so, why do they want to do so?
Most muslims, like most christians, don't follow their book word for word (assuming they read it). If that were the case, the christian right wouldn't be trying to constantly push their religion through government entities which is the opposite of what their "good" book says to do.
have you noticed that there are a lot of muslim countries that are 100% muslim? do you wonder why? it's because the muslims force all the non-muslims out.
So?
muslims want sharia law.
SOME muslims want sharia law, just like SOME christians want christian laws put in place.
look at what happened in egypt. perfect example.
There's muslims fighting muslims over how the country should be run. How is that a perfect example?
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#3 Aug 21, 2013
Muslim scholars teach that Muslims should generally be truthful to each other, unless the purpose of lying is to "smooth over differences."

There are two forms of lying to non-believers that are permitted under certain circumstances, taqiyya and kitman. These circumstances are typically those that advance the cause Islam - in some cases by gaining the trust of non-believers in order to draw out their vulnerability and defeat them.

http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/quran/011-t...
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#4 Aug 21, 2013
llDayo wrote:
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Most muslims, like most christians, don't follow their book word for word (assuming they read it). If that were the case, the christian right wouldn't be trying to constantly push their religion through government entities which is the opposite of what their "good" book says to do.
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So?
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SOME muslims want sharia law, just like SOME christians want christian laws put in place.
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There's muslims fighting muslims over how the country should be run. How is that a perfect example?
muslims who don't follow the koran are not muslims.
they are called infidels.

what happened in lebanon, jordan, and most recently, egypt is a perfect example of what happens when islam is allowed to take hold.

unrest.

we have this same scenario being played out all over the world from thailand, the philippines, malaysia, nigeria, somalia, australia, uk, france, spain, etc., etc., etc.

do you see christian nations forcing muslims out of their countries? up to now.. no.

do you see non-muslims killing people over movies, cartoons, or books?

do you see non-muslims performing honor killings?

when will you stop being politically correct and see the truth?

“I am the great an powerful Ny!”

Since: Dec 06

Lebanon, PA

#5 Aug 22, 2013
Asian Guy wrote:
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muslims who don't follow the koran are not muslims.
they are called infidels.
Just like Christianity, Islam has many denominations that do not agree with each other. There is no one thought to how to follow the Koran.
what happened in lebanon, jordan, and most recently, egypt is a perfect example of what happens when islam is allowed to take hold.
unrest.
we have this same scenario being played out all over the world from thailand, the philippines, malaysia, nigeria, somalia, australia, uk, france, spain, etc., etc., etc.
do you see christian nations forcing muslims out of their countries? up to now.. no.
Sorry, but Christians are doing it too (and have done so, historically, in the US to other Christians): http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/nor...
do you see non-muslims killing people over movies, cartoons, or books?
do you see non-muslims performing honor killings?
when will you stop being politically correct and see the truth?
What world are you living in? Sure, muslims are doing so at higher rates but christians are far from innocent.
http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2012...

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