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Here's a simple observation for you. You are either a muslim or you wish your were. You are a bigot; you hate all christians and anyone who does not love the muslims. muslims and christians are the same. Some are horrible people and some not some, not so much.
You guess all this because I expect people to be responsible for their own actions? How clever of you, I didnít realise that was an anti christian stance.
If I wanted to be a Muslim I could very easily convert to become a Muslim. In the UK (as I believe there is in the US) there is ample opportunity and freedom of religion is important, I suppose more to you than me because it is written into the US constitution.
I personally donít hold with the idea of gods and prophets. I am more one for logic and fact so no religion would suit me. I have faith in people not groups and I do not hate christians, I dislike some christians, usually the more hard line funnymentalists and blood lust freaks. That does not limit itself to any particular religion though, I dislike funnymentalism, radicalisation and violence in anyone. If in your opinion that denotes bigotry then so be it. I donít actually care much for your opinion anyway.
That is what I have been saying all along, yes the majority are the same, they just want to get on with their lives without some pratt sticking a gun up there butts and pulling the trigger.
It seems that the main difference between us is that I expect people to be responsible for their own actions, you expect everyone to be responsible except Americans