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"The God of the Qur'an is arguably the most unpleasant character in all fiction: jealous and proud of it; a petty, unjust, unforgiving control-freak; a vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser; a misogynistic, homophobic, racist, infanticidal, genocidal, filicidal, pestilential, megalomaniacal, sadomasochistic, capriciously malevolent bully.

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#971 Nov 25, 2013
victoria wrote:
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Lots of women can work in a manual job and play sports and go with her everyday life even if she has a period.Life dosent just stop because it's the time of the month.aif you are generally healthy then having her period is of no consequence to her ability to work.And as for a boyfreind saying screw you which might i add no boyfriend has ever said that to me you dont have to get married and by flexible do you mean men can have additional lovers several wives but she has to share you.
Hello there, I dont know if you read any of our previous comments,
that response I gave was the last after more than a week of discussion, so we finally got there, in short words Christine thinks that Islam doesn't give any rights to women and treat them as a second class citizens, I dont agree with her, because Islam take in consideration the differences between men and women,
and there are specific Jobs that may be inappropriate for women,
and By flexible I meant there should be a marriage contract, additional terms can be added to this contract, you can add a term that require the husband not to have any additional wives,
we previously discussed Polygamy in Islam and I think that polygamy may give the chance to all girls to get married since the ratio of females are higher than males, taking in consideration widows and divorced women, marriage is not only about who is responsible of who, marriage can at least give you a partner for the rest of your life.
besides not all men can have 4 wives, there are specific terms , the man should be financially, physically and emotionally capable of taking care of more than a wife, and the most important term is to be fair and treat them equally Quran 4:3
"... But if you fear that you will not be just, then [marry only]one .."
victoria wrote:
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If women are so emotional then she wont want to share you envy that your giving your love to another women that an emotion jealousy is a very strong emotion and obviously you cant blame a woman because it's her duty to be emotional right.
I didnt say its a duty, its the nature of women which noone can deny, as I told you as long as the husband is completely fair no envy would occur, if the husband was not fair there should be something wrong and the wife can go to court to ask for divorce.
victoria wrote:
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So when you are one of your other wives why cant she take an additional lover has emotional she needs to feel loved and right now your busy giving you love to someone else but that's o.k. because she is also being satisfied at the same time.And as for women being emotional i know lots of women who aren't in the least and a lot of sensitive men you cant say women are emotional and men are not.It's not normal to not have emotion feelings are what makes a person human the only people who don't have feelings are psychopaths because there is something wrong in their brain chemistry and not all psychopaths are dangerous but they don't have a conciense
I didn't say men dont have emotions but women tend to be more emotional than men, sometimes women make Decisions based on their emotions, the actual reason behind our conversation was why the man can Say "Talliq" to end marriage while the woman has to go to court.
what I meant by saying a boyfriend can say screw you and leave is that he can end the relationship with no consequences, that take us to the marriage contract, a Muslim cannot say "Talliq" and leave there would be consequences that might stop him, for instance there should be a specific amount of money written down in the Islamic marriage contract, there would be numerous rights to the divorced woman which should be fulfilled.
no matter what you say it is a fact that women are more emotional than men.
Washington

United States

#972 Nov 25, 2013
Hate Preacher wrote:
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All Abrahamic religions are evil at the core. Christians killed 100 million Native Americans.
Really I was always told that it was the U.S Army who killed them. One thing we need to get understood right away is that the Indian tribes back then were meaner than rattle snakes masscering thousands of men women and childrenand if they did take prisoners they normally tortured them in hideous ways. The flip side is that there were some evil people on the white side who would kill the peaceful Indian tribes by the thousands so on Christians murdering Indians that is possible. However we weren't there seeing it happen. I totally have little tolerance for terrorists and murderers I personally believe our military could do more to make catastrophes like 911 from happening.
Washington

United States

#973 Nov 25, 2013
EdSed wrote:
Religion = superstition
Theology = mythology
So seriously my friend do you want to talk about mythology or how superstitious my religion is. Or why you chose to become an atheist.
Thinking

Merthyr Tydfil, UK

#974 Nov 26, 2013
The majority of people 5.5bn+ do not share your beliefs.
So why should we change just to accommodate your sunni/shiite war?

Anyway, I question the 1.6bn figure. There are so called muslim countries were non belief is not allowed.
hazem selawi wrote:
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you can say I don't believe but you cannot say I don't need unless your life is perfect, anyhow you wont lose anything by getting a better understanding of 1.6 billion humans beliefs, and after all we are living on the same planet.
Thinking

Merthyr Tydfil, UK

#975 Nov 26, 2013
Do you still support a similar massive demographic revolution in the US?
Washington wrote:
<quoted text>Really I was always told that it was the U.S Army who killed them. One thing we need to get understood right away is that the Indian tribes back then were meaner than rattle snakes masscering thousands of men women and childrenand if they did take prisoners they normally tortured them in hideous ways. The flip side is that there were some evil people on the white side who would kill the peaceful Indian tribes by the thousands so on Christians murdering Indians that is possible. However we weren't there seeing it happen. I totally have little tolerance for terrorists and murderers I personally believe our military could do more to make catastrophes like 911 from happening.

“I started out with nothing”

Since: Nov 10

and still got most of it left

#976 Nov 26, 2013
hazem selawi wrote:
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First of all I told you that i am not a big fan of Saddam, I am against putting Saddam's regime as an excuse to invade Iraq.
America Invaded Iraq, Afghanistan and the whole world can assure you that crimes against Women, childs and civilians were committed and on a big scale.
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I think it was obvious that I didnt mean the actual next day, and it seems like you forgot or dont know about Balfour Declaration (1917)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balfour_Declarat...
the balfour declaration was a letter from the United Kingdom's Foreign Secretary Arthur James Balfour to Baron Rothschild,
in that letter balfour promised the Jews to establish in Palestine a national home for the Jewish people, and will use their best endeavours to facilitate the achievement of this object
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What you told or who you support(ed) is besides the point, you have also said you have understanding of suicide bombers yet you have said that your faith is against the harm of civilians and you do not see the contradiction there, when this was pointed out to you, you deliberately ignored the questions. You have also said that in Islam women are equal to men and then proceeded give huge rafts of quoranic citations, and examples and hypocrisy and misogynistic attitude why you believe that women are inferior to men and again you do not see your self contradiction

I am sure such crimes were committed, however many, many more such crimes on a far grander scale were committed by Saddam and his political buddies as I have already indicated. And for the last time it was a UN resolution that allowed NATOto invad Iraq, the US were members of the JOINT task force. However if you get off on blaming America for your indoctrinated hatred then go for it.

Oh sorry, you think I am a mind reader now? You said “the next day” how was I to interpret that as really meaning almost half a century later, I did not realise that the qouran also taught time machines.

I know about the Balfour declaration letters, however a correspondence between 2 people does not change the fact that Israel was created in 1948, NOT 1916. And neither corespondents were head of state or in a position to do more than advise on government decisions.

Yes I am fully aware of the Asia Minor Agreement thank you for your condescension. The fact remains that those Arab states on the German side of the fence LOST, they pitched in with the wrong side and the gamble failed. That’s the harsh realities of war. Feel free to hold a grudge if you think it does your festering mind any good but do not come at me with selective and mostly irrelevant data as a defence.

Oh wow he has changes his story now. Thanks you for eventually agreeing that Isreal was created in 1948, not after WW1 as you have repeatedly implied

However we are now in the 21 century, almost 100 years after the decline of your glorious Ottoman empire and like a good old family feud you still want to kill people over the result. You really are showing yourself as more and more pathetic each day. It is the hatred fermented by such funnymentalism that sustains terrorism.

I will tell you what your country did if that is pertinent and factual, if you don’t like the fact that your country is a member of the UN and as such a party to the resolution imposed on Saddam then tough. Shouting and stamping your foot and dictating to me what I can say and what I can’t say is not going to change fact, I know you were a wimp anyway, your statement just confirms it.

Your country does not betray Muslims, it does however need to survive in the 21st century and so helps stamp out terrorism and atrocity and despotism and curbs the radical funnymentalist antics such as yours that would murder all infidels (including innocent children) in their beds
Thinking

Merthyr Tydfil, UK

#977 Nov 26, 2013
The vast majority of muslim suicide bomber victims are ...
... muslim civilians.
ChristineM wrote:
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What you told or who you support(ed) is besides the point, you have also said you have understanding of suicide bombers yet you have said that your faith is against the harm of civilians and you do not see the contradiction there, when this was pointed out to you, you deliberately ignored the questions. You have also said that in Islam women are equal to men and then proceeded give huge rafts of quoranic citations, and examples and hypocrisy and misogynistic attitude why you believe that women are inferior to men and again you do not see your self contradiction
I am sure such crimes were committed, however many, many more such crimes on a far grander scale were committed by Saddam and his political buddies as I have already indicated. And for the last time it was a UN resolution that allowed NATOto invad Iraq, the US were members of the JOINT task force. However if you get off on blaming America for your indoctrinated hatred then go for it.
Oh sorry, you think I am a mind reader now? You said “the next day” how was I to interpret that as really meaning almost half a century later, I did not realise that the qouran also taught time machines.
I know about the Balfour declaration letters, however a correspondence between 2 people does not change the fact that Israel was created in 1948, NOT 1916. And neither corespondents were head of state or in a position to do more than advise on government decisions.
Yes I am fully aware of the Asia Minor Agreement thank you for your condescension. The fact remains that those Arab states on the German side of the fence LOST, they pitched in with the wrong side and the gamble failed. That’s the harsh realities of war. Feel free to hold a grudge if you think it does your festering mind any good but do not come at me with selective and mostly irrelevant data as a defence.
Oh wow he has changes his story now. Thanks you for eventually agreeing that Isreal was created in 1948, not after WW1 as you have repeatedly implied
However we are now in the 21 century, almost 100 years after the decline of your glorious Ottoman empire and like a good old family feud you still want to kill people over the result. You really are showing yourself as more and more pathetic each day. It is the hatred fermented by such funnymentalism that sustains terrorism.
I will tell you what your country did if that is pertinent and factual, if you don’t like the fact that your country is a member of the UN and as such a party to the resolution imposed on Saddam then tough. Shouting and stamping your foot and dictating to me what I can say and what I can’t say is not going to change fact, I know you were a wimp anyway, your statement just confirms it.
Your country does not betray Muslims, it does however need to survive in the 21st century and so helps stamp out terrorism and atrocity and despotism and curbs the radical funnymentalist antics such as yours that would murder all infidels (including innocent children) in their beds

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Since: Nov 10

and still got most of it left

#978 Nov 26, 2013
hazem selawi wrote:
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I am sorry for saying that "Igor Trip" is your fellow, you dont have to make a big deal out of it, your cherry picking is way different than my cherry picking, you take verses out of context while I don't, I take in consideration other teachings that are directly linked to these different verses.
regarding praying 5 times a day with a specific terms Steps and accurate movements is one of the 5 pillars of Islam, so Basically praying is a huge part in the Islamic religion, while in the Quran you will only find verses order us to pray without any details, I wanted to make a point which is you cannot explain verses of Quran without taking in consideration the Teachings of Mohammed, if we did so Muslims would still dont know how to pray or to make Wudu before prayers.
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women are not banned from worshiping and praying on the mosque but its preferred for them to pray at their homes, there are specific prayers during the year encourage women to go to the mosque, Like Eid prayer, I dont know what made you assume that women praying in the back was made to make them like second class in the community …
No big deal, I was simply showing you the futility of your guesswork

Cherry picking is cherry picking. I take verses as written, I do not need to modify them by interpretation of other verses. You take the verses and think, hmm, that’s not good, how can I adapt another verse from another book to temper the meaning. You are rather like a christian opponent I often cross swords with on topix, he too believes that selected verses modify the meaning of other biblical verses. He does not care that maybe 2000 years separate the statements, he treats them as all of the same time. That religious time machines really has a lot to answer for. You have made me realise that Islam uses the same blinkered ideology. Even if I cannot agree with you on any of your interpretation of the Muslim faith I have to thank you for that

I know praying is a huge part if Islamic faith, are you therefore saying that praying is meaningless to a christian or a Buddhist or a Hindu?

Exactly, it is preferred therefor women are segregated, thank you for eventually confirming my point. You really can’t see why I should consider relegating a woman to pray out of sight of the “real men” is not treating them as second class citizens? There obviously is no more to say on the subject, you have been brainwashed into your faith and real life is never going to improve your “god given” intelligence

So you are saying that a woman is not even safe from men in the mosque? What sort of society are you trying to promote here? And again you do not see the misogynistic reasoning you employ to justify that sexism.

Humanity and civilisation does permit males and females to have fun together. You choose to restrict fun, that is against the natural order of life, not only human life but the life of any species with the intelligence to determine gender

Nope I won’t tell you a lie, you may personally consider that they are no longer Muslims but that’s just your personal hatred. They have chosen to live in the western world and they have adapted their core beliefs to the western way of life, that in no way diminishes their cultural point of view. It just means they are living in and embrace a different society.

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#979 Nov 26, 2013
hazem selawi wrote:
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you should read Mohammed's biography, yes they werent comfortable with Mohammed's religion it was an obvious Threat to their interests and way of life, but their way of life was wrong ,
As they didn't believe Muhammad was a prophet they would find his religion a threat, but not for the reasons you think. They would see it as a false cult which was trying to take over their city.
hazem selawi wrote:
and after all Allah gave Muslims victory and that is the most important thing, not to mention that there was a lot of People who welcomed Mohammed and were ready to die to spread the message of Islam.
Lots of people have died for other religions as well, especially Christianity. That doesn't make them true.
The Martyrs of Cordoba
http://libro.uca.edu/martyrs/cm2.htm
hazem selawi wrote:
good people would certainly welcome a religion that give rights to women, make people equal, encourage family relations, put slaves in the same degree with their owners....etc ,
It also give men the right to have sex with their slaves.
33:50 - O Prophet! We have made lawful to you your wives and those whom your right hand possesses out of those whom Allah has given to you as prisoners of war...
hazem selawi wrote:
besides Mohammed's miracle the Quran which was obvious to them that this book cannot be made up by humans taking in consideration that people of Mekkah were very interested in poetry and the accuracy of Arabic language.
those who saw the actual religion and witnessed the Miracle of Quran with their own eyes and still wouldn't believe are way more different than nowadays disbelievers,
Maybe the fact that they were there and knew the stories and poetry of Arabia explains why they weren't impressed.
hazem selawi wrote:
there is a chapter in the Quran specially for one of the Quraysh leaders , he fought Muslims , tortured them with the best possible ways , even his wife helped him .
Al Masad 111
"May the hands of Abu Lahab be ruined, and ruined is he.
His wealth will not avail him or that which he gained.
He will [enter to] burn in a Fire of [blazing] flame
And his wife [as well]- the carrier of firewood.
Around her neck is a rope of [twisted] fiber."
this Sura was revealed years before the death of Abu Lahab, if Abu Lahab converted to Islam he could ruin the whole Quran and destroy the religion of Islam , because this Surah obviously indicates that Abu Lahab will go to Hell, thus if he converted Quran will be wrong and he knew it but still didnt convert.
Sorry but this is bad logic.

If Abu Lahab had converted so as to destroy Islam then he would only be pretending to be a muslim and that wouldn't count would it?
If he had truly converted then he would just be forgiven and the surah abrogated.
Note the surah begins “May the hands of Abu Lahab be ruined”. That's not saying he will be ruined but rather that the author hopes he will be ruined.

“I started out with nothing”

Since: Nov 10

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#980 Nov 26, 2013
hazem selawi wrote:
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Islam is all about humanity and applying the best ways of life, Islam take in consideration everything and the consequences of every action, I never said that being emotional is a duty, it’s the nature of women , so women and men complete each other, how could men succeed without women …!!!! Yes I do know that there are women working as taxi drivers but still a very few percentage, forgive me if I find specific Job inappropriate for women.
Islam takes in consideration the nature of women’s body and structure; it would be really hard for a woman during a specific time in the month to work in a construction field or jobs that require a very big physical effort.
Now you may jump and say there are now pills to stop period, I say there are very dangerous side effects.
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I never claimed to be dominant over you, you assumed so, I think that women and men complete each other, besides why the hell would I be dominant over you?!!
Do you actually think that Islam allows men to be dominant over women, men have responsibilities as well as women.
<quoted text>
If a man wanted a divorce he doesn’t say Screw you, he says “Talliq”, screw you is way different than “Talliq”, Screw you may be told by a boy friend to his girlfriend, Talliq means responsibilities and rights to the divorced woman, the husband cannot simply say Talliq to his Wife before the completion of multiple steps, Islam is flexible and marriage rules can be written down in the marriage contract.
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what do you have to lose ?!! you may get a closer look to 1.6 billion muslims’ beliefs.
It really is a shame that the written word does not convey laughter too well. Islam is about life under your conditions, there is no room of alternative viewpoints and unfortunately for you humanity is renowned for having alternative viewpoints.

So an Islamic terrorist with 2kg of semtex strapped to his chest takes into consideration the lives of innocent children he is going to steal?

Yes you did say emotion was a duty for women and I told you that men too can be emotional.

No it is not hard for a menstruating woman to work at just about any job. In Europe there are equality laws embedded in EHRC. The only job that a woman cant do that a man can is be a father. Any other limitations are social constructs, and thus false. There are without a doubt jobs that men can generally do more easily, having greater physical strength, but women can do them just as effectively given the proper tools.

Every statement you made implied dominance, you version of “complete” seems to be that man dominate and women are subservient. I have often shown you the verse in the Quoran that you see as giving you dominance over women. You see in every Muslim couple walking in the street that the male holds dominance,. You have no doubt grown up with it and see it as normal but I can assure you that is only “normal” in your faith.

How do you know what he says, how many times have you walked out on your wives by uttering a word or two? Why is the word different, oh sure, it has a different meaning but the end result is identical, the male dumps the female and often leaves her holding the baby.

What do I have to loose, well there is my freedom, my individuality, my belief, my compassion, my womanhood, my rights, my will to work where I please, my will to socialise with whom I please, and perhaps several more reasons that I can’t recall at the moment.

Several of those reasons you will not even pretend to understand because they are meaningless to you. That makes no difference to the fact that they are not meaningless to me.
Thinking

Merthyr Tydfil, UK

#981 Nov 26, 2013
If all these religions stumped up their alleged afterlife first, I'd be more inclined to believe them.
ChristineM wrote:
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It really is a shame that the written word does not convey laughter too well. Islam is about life under your conditions, there is no room of alternative viewpoints and unfortunately for you humanity is renowned for having alternative viewpoints.
So an Islamic terrorist with 2kg of semtex strapped to his chest takes into consideration the lives of innocent children he is going to steal?
Yes you did say emotion was a duty for women and I told you that men too can be emotional.
No it is not hard for a menstruating woman to work at just about any job. In Europe there are equality laws embedded in EHRC. The only job that a woman cant do that a man can is be a father. Any other limitations are social constructs, and thus false. There are without a doubt jobs that men can generally do more easily, having greater physical strength, but women can do them just as effectively given the proper tools.
Every statement you made implied dominance, you version of “complete” seems to be that man dominate and women are subservient. I have often shown you the verse in the Quoran that you see as giving you dominance over women. You see in every Muslim couple walking in the street that the male holds dominance,. You have no doubt grown up with it and see it as normal but I can assure you that is only “normal” in your faith.
How do you know what he says, how many times have you walked out on your wives by uttering a word or two? Why is the word different, oh sure, it has a different meaning but the end result is identical, the male dumps the female and often leaves her holding the baby.
What do I have to loose, well there is my freedom, my individuality, my belief, my compassion, my womanhood, my rights, my will to work where I please, my will to socialise with whom I please, and perhaps several more reasons that I can’t recall at the moment.
Several of those reasons you will not even pretend to understand because they are meaningless to you. That makes no difference to the fact that they are not meaningless to me.

“I started out with nothing”

Since: Nov 10

and still got most of it left

#982 Nov 26, 2013
hazem selawi wrote:
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Hello there, I dont know if you read any of our previous comments,
that response I gave was the last after more than a week of discussion, so we finally got there, in short words Christine thinks that Islam doesn't give any rights to women and treat them as a second class citizens, I dont agree with her, because Islam take in consideration the differences between men and women,
and there are specific Jobs that may be inappropriate for women,
and By flexible I meant there should be a marriage contract, additional terms can be added to this contract, you can add a term that require the husband not to have any additional wives,
we previously discussed Polygamy in Islam and I think that polygamy may give the chance to all girls to get married since the ratio of females are higher than males, taking in consideration widows and divorced women, marriage is not only about who is responsible of who, marriage can at least give you a partner for the rest of your life.
besides not all men can have 4 wives, there are specific terms , the man should be financially, physically and emotionally capable of taking care of more than a wife, and the most important term is to be fair and treat them equally Quran 4:3
"... But if you fear that you will not be just, then [marry only]one .."
<quoted text>
I didnt say its a duty, its the nature of women which noone can deny, as I told you as long as the husband is completely fair no envy would occur, if the husband was not fair there should be something wrong and the wife can go to court to ask for divorce.
<quoted text>
I didn't say men dont have emotions but women tend to be more emotional than men, sometimes women make Decisions based on their emotions, the actual reason behind our conversation was why the man can Say "Talliq" to end marriage while the woman has to go to court.
what I meant by saying a boyfriend can say screw you and leave is that he can end the relationship with no consequences, that take us to the marriage contract, a Muslim cannot say "Talliq" and leave there would be consequences that might stop him, for instance there should be a specific amount of money written down in the Islamic marriage contract, there would be numerous rights to the divorced woman which should be fulfilled.
no matter what you say it is a fact that women are more emotional than men.
I have not said that Islam gives no rights to women, I have said that in Islam women are treated unequally, their human rights are curtailed and they are treated as second class citizens

I have given numerous examples of such unequal treatment, several of which have been verified by other posters.

And although you don’t realise it, every argument you have made to counter those claims has done nothing but prove them.

“I started out with nothing”

Since: Nov 10

and still got most of it left

#983 Nov 26, 2013
Thinking wrote:
The vast majority of muslim suicide bomber victims are ...
... muslim civilians.
<quoted text>
Yup mostly, something else they have not quite thought out properly. Of course you don’t expect a brilliant intelligence from someone who thinks killing people and themselves is a fun way to get to shag some virgins.

“I started out with nothing”

Since: Nov 10

and still got most of it left

#984 Nov 26, 2013
Thinking wrote:
If all these religions stumped up their alleged afterlife first, I'd be more inclined to believe them.
<quoted text>
Yes, as in so much else, proof would do wonders for their membership figures. However none of them have any proof nor are they likely to be able to provide any in the next few billion years
Thinking

Merthyr Tydfil, UK

#985 Nov 26, 2013
But as I've said before, the 72 virgins will have 72 violent fathers, 144 violent brothers and 216 violent uncles just waiting to chaperone the living daylights out of the martyr.

They've not thought this through.
ChristineM wrote:
<quoted text>
Yup mostly, something else they have not quite thought out properly. Of course you don’t expect a brilliant intelligence from someone who thinks killing people and themselves is a fun way to get to shag some virgins.
Thinking

Merthyr Tydfil, UK

#987 Nov 26, 2013
"It's true because it is."
That's as far as they ever get.
-Skeptic- wrote:
<quoted text>
Religious liars can't prove any of this chauvanistic garbage
Thinking

Merthyr Tydfil, UK

#989 Nov 26, 2013
It just proves to me they are sneaky sh!ts.
-Skeptic- wrote:
<quoted text>
Religious liars also think that downvoting is going to affect how people see their cults..

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Since: Nov 10

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#990 Nov 26, 2013
Thinking wrote:
But as I've said before, the 72 virgins will have 72 violent fathers, 144 violent brothers and 216 violent uncles just waiting to chaperone the living daylights out of the martyr.
They've not thought this through.
<quoted text>
Never mind all the male relatives, where are they going to find 72 virgins for each martyr willing to give up their virginity (and lives) so said martyr (by definition, mass murderer) can fook the virginity off them?

Then of course why the hell would some guy want to be surrounded by 72 inexperienced and gagging virgins?

Then of course, just like bombs (and toilet paper) virginity can only be used once, after said martyr has had his way 72 times then he’s stuck with used goods just like every other guy

Definately not thought through
Thinking

Merthyr Tydfil, UK

#991 Nov 26, 2013
I assumed they would just be raped as per usual in islam.

Is there toilet paper in muslim heaven?

Is so, would they still need to observe their left hand/right hand rigmarole?
ChristineM wrote:
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Never mind all the male relatives, where are they going to find 72 virgins for each martyr willing to give up their virginity (and lives) so said martyr (by definition, mass murderer) can fook the virginity off them?
Then of course why the hell would some guy want to be surrounded by 72 inexperienced and gagging virgins?
Then of course, just like bombs (and toilet paper) virginity can only be used once, after said martyr has had his way 72 times then he’s stuck with used goods just like every other guy
Definately not thought through

“I started out with nothing”

Since: Nov 10

and still got most of it left

#992 Nov 26, 2013
Thinking wrote:
I assumed they would just be raped as per usual in islam.
Is there toilet paper in muslim heaven?
Is so, would they still need to observe their left hand/right hand rigmarole?
<quoted text>
After a virgin has been raped once she is no longer a virgin, this is the self defeating fallacy of their stupidness

I know of Muslims who use toilet paper, well they don’t carry the usual bottle of water around with them so I can only assume they use toilet paper. Perhaps hazem can enlighten me.

This cleaning of their sh|t after they have taken a dump is the reason why the Muslim punishment of cutting off the hand is so horrendous to them, nothing to do with the barbaric and inhumane cruelty of disfiguring a person for life. Just imagine the revulsion of having to eat with the same hand you wipe your a$$ with. Hell you’d have to get a virgin to feed you (or wipe you’re a$$)

I have often thought about this, what happens if a Muslim is left handed? Does he/she wipe with the right and eat with the left,(see quoranic bigotry against left handed people) and does a left handed thief have is left hand chopped off? Perhaps hazem can enlighten me.

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