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Richard Dawkins - God is evil, pedophilesa not so bad

There are 3146 comments on the Examiner.com story from Sep 14, 2013, titled Richard Dawkins - God is evil, pedophilesa not so bad. In it, Examiner.com reports that:

"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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#1662 Dec 23, 2013
Rusty Tin Can wrote:
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did you notice that Topix has removed all those Fatwa threads we worked so hard to contribute to in the past?
I did not notice!

:o

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#1663 Dec 23, 2013
Rusty Tin Can wrote:
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things like breastfeeding bearded babies and buying improperly shaped cucumbers and bananas... and more.
hahaha i think i heard about that improperly shaped cucumbers and bananas, the problem is nowadays any stupid and any claimed scholar can write whatever he wants, all you need is a page on Facebook or an account on twitter and obviously a beard, we faced in the middle east what is called the chaos of fatwas ..!!!
its a very big responsibility to make a fatwa unfortunately some people make numerous fatwas while having a cup of coffee, not to mention the fake muftees who may not be muslims in the first place.
on the other hand there is a fat list of trustworthy muslim scientists.
LCNLin

United States

#1664 Dec 23, 2013
Christmas and TV

Repeated treats from the silver screen dominate Christmas and New Year's viewing this time around, writes James Croot.

It seems the days of ice-capades and Circus of the Stars featuring as part of festive viewing are over.
Instead, Christmas holiday television this year is filled with a variety of cinematic gems - some old, some recent.

Sadly, there's no room for that American Christmas staple It's A Wonderful Life or even Miracle on 34th Street, but there is certainly something for everyone when the conversation wanes or all that food necessitates some quality veg-out time.

On Christmas Eve, it's Julia Roberts against Meg Ryan as the free-to-air networks serve up a double dose of both. Ryan features alongside Tom Hanks in You've Got Mail (8.30pm, TV One) and Sleepless in Seattle (10.55pm, TV2), while Roberts stars opposite Hugh Grant in Notting Hill (9.05pm, TV3) and Richard Gere in Runaway Bride (12.55am, TV2).

Earlier in the evening, TV2 has two animated films to help ramp up the pre-Santa excitement in the form of Shrek 2 (5.10pm) and the Jim Carrey-starring A Christmas Carol (7pm).

Those wanting to feel better about their own dysfunctional family should tune into the Modern Family Christmas Marathon (7.30pm, The Box) of season two episodes, especially since we still don't know who is going to screen this excellent show in the future.

Other laughs can found in the Vicar of Dibley Christmas Special (10.55pm, TV One), the Top Gear 2011 Xmas Special (8.30pm, Prime) and the Grumpy Guide to Christmas (12.05am, Prime).

Once Santa has arrived, kids can be entertained with the Sticky TV Christmas Special (7am, Four) and Xmas dinner prep can be done to the tunes of Abba (Mamma Mia , 7.10am, TV3) or more appropriately festive music (Carols in the Caves , 7.20am and Praise Be , 8.20am, TV One).

Other religions are catered for with two royal documentaries (A Royal Year to Remember and The Changing Face of the Queen , 7.10am and 7.55am, Prime, plus the traditional Queen's Christmas Message at 6.15pm on UKTV or 6.50pm on TV One), marathons celebrating the cult of BBC science gurus Brian Cox (8am, BBC Knowledge) and Doctor Who (9.45am, Prime), as well as the first three features in the Highlander movie series (from 3.05pm, Sky Movies Action) and the first two instalments in Peter Jackson's original Lord of the Rings trilogy (2.40pm Sky Movies Greats).
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While TV2 has the kids covered as they wait for Christmas dinner with two fantasy flicks - 1984's The Neverending Story (11am) and 1991's Hook (12.35pm)- TV3 has more adult fare in the form of Jane Eyre (11.50am) and TV One has more Meg Ryan ( City of Angels , 1.20pm).
Thinking

Merthyr Tydfil, UK

#1665 Dec 23, 2013
All fatwas are as ridiculous as the fat wankers that deliver them.
hazem selawi wrote:
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ridiculous fatwas ??! like what ?
Thinking

Merthyr Tydfil, UK

#1666 Dec 23, 2013
Do you disbelieve the Ahmadiyya when they say jesus survived?

Merry christmas from our local muslim community leader.

hazem selawi wrote:
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Isnt there any historical evidences that Jesus actually existed ?? after all its not a very long period of time ..!!

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#1667 Dec 23, 2013
Thinking wrote:
All fatwas are as ridiculous as the fat wankers that deliver them.
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why do you always speak in general ??! the term fatwa has a very wide scope.
washing your privates after using the bathroom can be referred to as fatwa for instance, so you certainly cannot say all fatwas are ridiculous you may contradict yourself.

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#1668 Dec 23, 2013
hazem selawi wrote:
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hahaha i think i heard about that improperly shaped cucumbers and bananas, the problem is nowadays any stupid and any claimed scholar can write whatever he wants, all you need is a page on Facebook or an account on twitter and obviously a beard, we faced in the middle east what is called the chaos of fatwas ..!!!
its a very big responsibility to make a fatwa unfortunately some people make numerous fatwas while having a cup of coffee, not to mention the fake muftees who may not be muslims in the first place.
on the other hand there is a fat list of trustworthy muslim scientists.
This only proves Islam is false.

What a mess your cult is.

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#1669 Dec 23, 2013
Trisha wrote:
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This only proves Islam is false.
What a mess your cult is.
isn't it weird that the holy spirit didn't prevent you from trying to insult my religion ??!!

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#1670 Dec 23, 2013
hazem selawi wrote:
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isn't it weird that the holy spirit didn't prevent you from trying to insult my religion ??!!
What is true is that your faith is based on lies. What is weird is that muslims are so stupid and brainwashed that they refuse to accept reality and truth.
Jim

London, UK

#1671 Dec 24, 2013
LCNLin wrote:
Christmas and TV
Repeated treats from the silver screen dominate Christmas and New Year's viewing this time around, writes James Croot.
It seems the days of ice-capades and Circus of the Stars featuring as part of festive viewing are over.
Instead, Christmas holiday television this year is filled with a variety of cinematic gems - some old, some recent.
Sadly, there's no room for that American Christmas staple It's A Wonderful Life or even Miracle on 34th Street, but there is certainly something for everyone when the conversation wanes or all that food necessitates some quality veg-out time.
On Christmas Eve, it's Julia Roberts against Meg Ryan as the free-to-air networks serve up a double dose of both. Ryan features alongside Tom Hanks in You've Got Mail (8.30pm, TV One) and Sleepless in Seattle (10.55pm, TV2), while Roberts stars opposite Hugh Grant in Notting Hill (9.05pm, TV3) and Richard Gere in Runaway Bride (12.55am, TV2).
Earlier in the evening, TV2 has two animated films to help ramp up the pre-Santa excitement in the form of Shrek 2 (5.10pm) and the Jim Carrey-starring A Christmas Carol (7pm).
Those wanting to feel better about their own dysfunctional family should tune into the Modern Family Christmas Marathon (7.30pm, The Box) of season two episodes, especially since we still don't know who is going to screen this excellent show in the future.
Other laughs can found in the Vicar of Dibley Christmas Special (10.55pm, TV One), the Top Gear 2011 Xmas Special (8.30pm, Prime) and the Grumpy Guide to Christmas (12.05am, Prime).
Once Santa has arrived, kids can be entertained with the Sticky TV Christmas Special (7am, Four) and Xmas dinner prep can be done to the tunes of Abba (Mamma Mia , 7.10am, TV3) or more appropriately festive music (Carols in the Caves , 7.20am and Praise Be , 8.20am, TV One).
Other religions are catered for with two royal documentaries (A Royal Year to Remember and The Changing Face of the Queen , 7.10am and 7.55am, Prime, plus the traditional Queen's Christmas Message at 6.15pm on UKTV or 6.50pm on TV One), marathons celebrating the cult of BBC science gurus Brian Cox (8am, BBC Knowledge) and Doctor Who (9.45am, Prime), as well as the first three features in the Highlander movie series (from 3.05pm, Sky Movies Action) and the first two instalments in Peter Jackson's original Lord of the Rings trilogy (2.40pm Sky Movies Greats).
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While TV2 has the kids covered as they wait for Christmas dinner with two fantasy flicks - 1984's The Neverending Story (11am) and 1991's Hook (12.35pm)- TV3 has more adult fare in the form of Jane Eyre (11.50am) and TV One has more Meg Ryan ( City of Angels , 1.20pm).
Why spam with religious essays instead of provide evidence of god? Oh yeah, you don't have any/
Jim

London, UK

#1672 Dec 24, 2013
hazem selawi wrote:
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isn't it weird that the holy spirit didn't prevent you from trying to insult my religion ??!!
Your religion like all are an insult to human intelligence.

“When you treat people as they ”

Since: Nov 10

treat you they get offended.

#1673 Dec 24, 2013
hazem selawi wrote:
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Isnt there any historical evidences that Jesus actually existed ?? after all its not a very long period of time ..!!
Actually, no there isn’t, certainly not as described in then babble

Also. there is no evidence that the abarahamic god, whatever you choose to name him, existed either.

But than never stopped you worshipping allah

“When you treat people as they ”

Since: Nov 10

treat you they get offended.

#1674 Dec 24, 2013
hazem selawi wrote:
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...
on the other hand there is a fat list of trustworthy muslim scientists.
This is true and many of them put scientific understanding before their faith

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#1675 Dec 24, 2013
Trisha wrote:
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What is true is that your faith is based on lies. What is weird is that muslims are so stupid and brainwashed that they refuse to accept reality and truth.
ooopps your holly spirit failed again

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#1676 Dec 24, 2013
Jim wrote:
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Your religion like all are an insult to human intelligence.
you must be the smart one ..!! what do you know about my religion that made you say so ??

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#1677 Dec 24, 2013
ChristineM wrote:
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This is true and many of them put scientific understanding before their faith
or maybe their scientific understanding doesn't contradict with their faith

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#1678 Dec 24, 2013
Trisha wrote:
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What is true is that your faith is based on lies. What is weird is that muslims are so stupid and brainwashed that they refuse to accept reality and truth.
and the reality should be that god the all forgiving decided to kill his one and only son or himself on the cross to atone the criminals sins, we have 2 probabilities here; -if Jesus was god then god killed himself for humans.
-if Jesus was the son of god then god killed his son so the humans will survive.
in both cases criminals survive and in both cases the bad win, doesn't that make god a corrupt and an unjust Judge ??
its whether that or mark, Luke, Mathew and Paul modified the scriptures to fit their own point of view, its pretty obvious because of the huge differences in stories and the way of narrating of each version.

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#1679 Dec 24, 2013
ChristineM wrote:
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Actually, no there isn’t, certainly not as described in then babble
Also. there is no evidence that the abarahamic god, whatever you choose to name him, existed either.
But than never stopped you worshipping allah
oh the aggressive girl is back..!!!, lets put aside all religions and try to discuss what is normal and what is abnormal, I think believing in a creator is completely normal and was done from the very first appearing of human beings, on the other hand not believing in a creator is abnormal simply because you cannot say lets prove someone built my house.
beside the god I worship existed way before Abraham and chose so many prophets to deliver the message before Abraham.

“Evil Atheist :-)”

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#1680 Dec 24, 2013
hazem selawi wrote:
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oh the aggressive girl is back..!!!, lets put aside all religions and try to discuss what is normal and what is abnormal, I think believing in a creator is completely normal and was done from the very first appearing of human beings, on the other hand not believing in a creator is abnormal simply because you cannot say lets prove someone built my house.
But suppose your house is a cave. Is that built by a designer or a product of natural processes?:

Believing in a creator may be normal for most people but only until they understand how natural processes can result in increased complexity (especially chemistry and evolution) then the problems of how a creator capable of creating this universe can just exist without explanation become more evident.
Thinking

Merthyr Tydfil, UK

#1681 Dec 24, 2013
I don't need any bearded muslim paedophile to tell me how to wash my privates.
I keep myself very clean.
hazem selawi wrote:
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why do you always speak in general ??! the term fatwa has a very wide scope.
washing your privates after using the bathroom can be referred to as fatwa for instance, so you certainly cannot say all fatwas are ridiculous you may contradict yourself.

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