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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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“When you treat people as they ”

Since: Nov 10

treat you they get offended.

#1951 Jan 13, 2014
hazem selawi wrote:
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Hello there, I am Sorry it took me so long to reply, I Didn’t have time and your comments need lots of time to be read and answered ,...
Fair enough, I don’t have time for you either
Jim

Cambridge, UK

#1952 Jan 13, 2014
hazem selawi wrote:
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All the rules of the religion of Islam are from God the creator, the Wise, and thus we shall expect that all things which are Allowed are due to the fact that their benefits to the self and
All lies and no evidence and usual

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#1953 Jan 13, 2014
Thinking wrote:
I'm not even close to professional but I cook a decent roast. I'm sure I could find jameed on the Edgware road, which is a great place for Middle Eastern cuisine in London. I think I had something like Mansaf whilst sat in a tent one night in Wadi Rum. The food was all very good.
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Then you should try to prepare MANSAF soon and tell us what happens with you,
I recommend Jameed AL KASEEH , the best Jameed is Al karak Jameed it comes as hard White balls, these white Balls are usually cooked by Jordanian professional chefs.

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#1954 Jan 13, 2014
ChristineM wrote:
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Fair enough, I don’t have time for you either
that's too bad, I was looking forward to read your reply
Thinking

Blaenau-ffestiniog, UK

#1955 Jan 13, 2014
I'm glad you like hard white balls but I'll leave mansaf to the experts.
Wadi Rum is a beautiful place, Petra too.
hazem selawi wrote:
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Then you should try to prepare MANSAF soon and tell us what happens with you,
I recommend Jameed AL KASEEH , the best Jameed is Al karak Jameed it comes as hard White balls, these white Balls are usually cooked by Jordanian professional chefs.

Since: Oct 13

Location hidden

#1956 Jan 13, 2014
Thinking wrote:
I'm glad you like hard white balls but I'll leave mansaf to the experts.
Wadi Rum is a beautiful place, Petra too.
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Wadi Rum is a nice place for camping, and the view there at the sunset is magnificent,
and Petra is one of the 7 wonders of the world, but most of the European tourists visit Jordan because its very close to Jerusalem, Egypt and Syria, So they only drop by for a few days.

where did you stay ?? I bet you stayed in a hotel in downtown next to the Roman theater.
Scholar_of_PISSL AM

Grasonville, MD

#1957 Jan 13, 2014
Jim wrote:
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All lies and no evidence and usual
Muslims are born liars - read the Koran for evidence of this indisputable fact.
Thinking

Blaenau-ffestiniog, UK

#1958 Jan 14, 2014
We were escorted so I wasn't quite sure of the geography. In Amman, we stayed in the Grand Hyatt that got bombed by islamist terrorists the following year. At that time, Amman had the world's largest flagpole, I believe.

In Petra we stayed in whatever the 4* one is with the best views? After downing a load of drinks in the bar taking photos of the sunset, we walked up the hill to the 5* Movenpick to dine. I enjoyed my 5 days in Jordan. I had assumed Jordanians would be as dirty and intrusive as Egyptians, but they were well dressed and polite to tourists.

How many Palestinians do you have in camps now? That problem needs solving.
hazem selawi wrote:
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Wadi Rum is a nice place for camping, and the view there at the sunset is magnificent,
and Petra is one of the 7 wonders of the world, but most of the European tourists visit Jordan because its very close to Jerusalem, Egypt and Syria, So they only drop by for a few days.
where did you stay ?? I bet you stayed in a hotel in downtown next to the Roman theater.

“When you treat people as they ”

Since: Nov 10

treat you they get offended.

#1959 Jan 14, 2014
hazem selawi wrote:
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that's too bad, I was looking forward to read your reply
How sad. Boo hoo. Guess what, I could not give a toss that you don’t know so much and so fill in the blanks in your education and mind with your god book

It’s you own life you are harming.

“When you treat people as they ”

Since: Nov 10

treat you they get offended.

#1960 Jan 14, 2014
Scholar_of_PISSLAM wrote:
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Muslims are born liars - read the Koran for evidence of this indisputable fact.
Wrong, they are not born to lie, it’s taught in the quran that it’s ok to lie for their god.

Christians have no such excuse, their god books tells them to be honest and truthful. That does not stop them lying for there god belief though
Thinking

Blaenau-ffestiniog, UK

#1961 Jan 14, 2014
Odd that any god needs lies, it's as though it is not even slightly all powerful.
ChristineM wrote:
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Wrong, they are not born to lie, it’s taught in the quran that it’s ok to lie for their god.
Christians have no such excuse, their god books tells them to be honest and truthful. That does not stop them lying for there god belief though

“When you treat people as they ”

Since: Nov 10

treat you they get offended.

#1962 Jan 14, 2014
Thinking wrote:
Odd that any god needs lies, it's as though it is not even slightly all powerful.
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Yes its is odd. You would think gods had nothing and had to rely on lies to survive. Go figure…

I heard a cracker last night

You and me we are friends
You smile, I smile
You hurt, I hurt
You cry, I cry
You jump off a bride – I gonna miss your posts
Thinking

Blaenau-ffestiniog, UK

#1963 Jan 14, 2014
I just Googled that and found another next to it: "I don’t turn heads. I break necks." Sort of thing River Tam might post.
ChristineM wrote:
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Yes its is odd. You would think gods had nothing and had to rely on lies to survive. Go figure…
I heard a cracker last night
You and me we are friends
You smile, I smile
You hurt, I hurt
You cry, I cry
You jump off a bride – I gonna miss your posts

“When you treat people as they ”

Since: Nov 10

treat you they get offended.

#1964 Jan 14, 2014
Thinking wrote:
I just Googled that and found another next to it: "I don’t turn heads. I break necks." Sort of thing River Tam might post.
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Aww, River is so sweet (but don’t tell her I told you)

Since: Oct 13

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#1965 Jan 14, 2014
Thinking wrote:
We were escorted so I wasn't quite sure of the geography. In Amman, we stayed in the Grand Hyatt that got bombed by islamist terrorists the following year. At that time, Amman had the world's largest flagpole, I believe.
In Petra we stayed in whatever the 4* one is with the best views? After downing a load of drinks in the bar taking photos of the sunset, we walked up the hill to the 5* Movenpick to dine. I enjoyed my 5 days in Jordan. I had assumed Jordanians would be as dirty and intrusive as Egyptians, but they were well dressed and polite to tourists.
How many Palestinians do you have in camps now? That problem needs solving.
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Grand Hayatt is almost 5 minutes walking from my home, what a Small world we are living in ..!! I am talking to someone who is thousands of miles away from me and probably someday passed by my house.

Palestinians Camps are no longer camps, Palestinians built themselves up and Improved their camps, the bigger problem we have now is the New Syrian camps.

Jordan population is now a mixture of Palestinian, Syrian, Iraqis, some Libyans and lots of Egyptians ,native Jordanians hardly make half of the population.
Thinking

Blaenau-ffestiniog, UK

#1966 Jan 14, 2014
You must have heard the bombs go off, then?

When I was there, Palestinians couldn't get jobs and fully integrate. Has that changed? They were stuck in a sort of limbo. I know the UN and EU funds a lot of this. It seems very challenging to solve this.
hazem selawi wrote:
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Grand Hayatt is almost 5 minutes walking from my home, what a Small world we are living in ..!! I am talking to someone who is thousands of miles away from me and probably someday passed by my house.
Palestinians Camps are no longer camps, Palestinians built themselves up and Improved their camps, the bigger problem we have now is the New Syrian camps.
Jordan population is now a mixture of Palestinian, Syrian, Iraqis, some Libyans and lots of Egyptians ,native Jordanians hardly make half of the population.
Mahmood

Keswick, Canada

#1967 Jan 14, 2014
The Exodus Never Happened:

The story of the Exodus is all a big lie. It never happened - watch this.

Scholar_of_PISSL AM

Grasonville, MD

#1968 Jan 14, 2014
Mahmood wrote:
The Exodus Never Happened:
The story of the Exodus is all a big lie. It never happened - watch this.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =qPjrZWXca68XX
Yeah, and the Koran is a crock of shit too.

What is your point?

Since: Oct 13

Location hidden

#1969 Jan 15, 2014
Thinking wrote:
You must have heard the bombs go off, then?
When I was there, Palestinians couldn't get jobs and fully integrate. Has that changed? They were stuck in a sort of limbo. I know the UN and EU funds a lot of this. It seems very challenging to solve this.
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Yes of course we heard the bombs, if you noticed my last name is Selawi, Selawi refers to a village in Palestine called Al Seeleh , there are like 41 families go back to Seeleh, we lost 40 Selawis in that wedding in Grand Hayatt, my grandparents were invited but couldn't make it, some close relatives of mine, a friend of mine who is also a Selawi lost 4 uncles.

Palestinians and Jordanians are like brothers and sisters and the unemployment issue is a normal thing but all of that changed after the Arab spring, it was really beneficial for Jordan as the real estate prices got higher and the whole economical situation got better.

Actually Jordan was built on other people miseries, it was no more than a group of nomads before the occupation of Palestine, the British gave us the independence at 1946 at that time the Kingdom of Jordan was nearly some streets , some buildings and had the minimum Requirements of a decent country.

The UN and EU funds are exclusive to powerful corrupted people, the Jordanian government is taking advantage of Syrian refugees just like what they did with Palestinians, Iraqis and Libyans.
Thinking

Blaenau-ffestiniog, UK

#1970 Jan 15, 2014
Sounds horrible. I'm surprised you support suicide bombers after that incident.

Here's an interesting thing, at least it is to me: I've no idea of my family history beyond 4 or 5 generations of parents. I think this may be true of most English people, at least the ones I have met. My family name certainly doesn't connect me to a single city, town or village.
hazem selawi wrote:
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Yes of course we heard the bombs, if you noticed my last name is Selawi, Selawi refers to a village in Palestine called Al Seeleh , there are like 41 families go back to Seeleh, we lost 40 Selawis in that wedding in Grand Hayatt, my grandparents were invited but couldn't make it, some close relatives of mine, a friend of mine who is also a Selawi lost 4 uncles.
Palestinians and Jordanians are like brothers and sisters and the unemployment issue is a normal thing but all of that changed after the Arab spring, it was really beneficial for Jordan as the real estate prices got higher and the whole economical situation got better.
Actually Jordan was built on other people miseries, it was no more than a group of nomads before the occupation of Palestine, the British gave us the independence at 1946 at that time the Kingdom of Jordan was nearly some streets , some buildings and had the minimum Requirements of a decent country.
The UN and EU funds are exclusive to powerful corrupted people, the Jordanian government is taking advantage of Syrian refugees just like what they did with Palestinians, Iraqis and Libyans.

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