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Once the U.S. flag was hauled down, protesters tore it up, with some showing off small pieces to television cameras.

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Mawar

Nibong Tebal, Malaysia

#1 Sep 12, 2012
They knew what and which offences, and kept on doing it, like they had never learnt anything from before.

I say it here and gain. Depiction of any prophet, in image or figure, is prohibited and blasphemous, because it can lead to worship of other than Allah, therefore is offensive.

Now taste it. How did it feel to have your flag torn and torched?

I guess it didnít hurt by the way. Apparently no one in here got hurt. That is the state we are in. Flags thrown into fire and no one cared. They just didn't learn.

“Tell it as it is.”

Since: Jun 12

Australia

#2 Sep 12, 2012
The bully boy is annoyed bacause he believes he is right and everyone else wrong.
Skeptic

Bethlehem, PA

#3 Sep 12, 2012
Mawar wrote:
They knew what and which offences, and kept on doing it, like they had never learnt anything from before.
I say it here and gain. Depiction of any prophet, in image or figure, is prohibited and blasphemous, because it can lead to worship of other than Allah, therefore is offensive.
Now taste it. How did it feel to have your flag torn and torched?
I guess it didnít hurt by the way. Apparently no one in here got hurt. That is the state we are in. Flags thrown into fire and no one cared. They just didn't learn.
If Allah is the same God of Gods Holy Bible then God is Truine and Mohammed is a false prophet.
For Jesus came down from heaven and presented Himself to the Jews and Apostles as Gods only begotten Son.
Mawar

Nibong Tebal, Malaysia

#4 Sep 12, 2012
Mawar wrote:
They knew what and which offences, and kept on doing it, like they had never learnt anything from before.
I say it here and gain. Depiction of any prophet, in image or figure, is prohibited and blasphemous, because it can lead to worship of other than Allah, therefore is offensive.
Now taste it. How did it feel to have your flag torn and torched?
I guess it didnít hurt by the way. Apparently no one in here got hurt. That is the state we are in. Flags thrown into fire and no one cared. They just didn't learn.
Let me put it once again as my first might have caused some confusion. I was just trying to describe the situation exactly.

The offence - depiction of any prophet, in image or figure, which is blasphemous Ė has been perpetrated by some individual and his action is justifiable by western standard as a right of expression.

The offense caused anger to not one individual, but a whole lot of people, and was met by flag burning, which is supposed to be a humiliation to a nation, the whole western nation in this case, who had justified the blasphemy, and protected the blasphemer.

The people donít respect the flag any way because they hate their government. Bu the government who owns the flag, as happened in the past, would retaliate by inflicting casualties, usually leading to numerous deaths.

But the fighters for virtues and righteousness would remember these deaths, and should anyone blaspheme again, they will burn flags again.

The cycle goes on and on.

“Alea iacta est!”

Since: Oct 06

Oh it's ON!

#5 Sep 12, 2012
Killing, burning, hating, intolerance, this is your message Mawar, this is Islam.

That is what you Muslims teach us.
Mawar

Nibong Tebal, Malaysia

#6 Sep 12, 2012
Trisha wrote:
Killing, burning, hating, intolerance, this is your message Mawar, this is Islam.
That is what you Muslims teach us.
Should I denigrate the omnipotence of Allah, there would be no worshipper left for tomorrow. And all of us would be doomed.

Should I allow those of the bottom deck to dig holes to get water, all of us would drown, because we are all in a ship.

It is my responsibility to uphold good values and righteousness. It is your responsibility too.
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#7 Sep 12, 2012
Mawar wrote:
They knew what and which offences, and kept on doing it, like they had never learnt anything from before.
I say it here and gain. Depiction of any prophet, in image or figure, is prohibited and blasphemous, because it can lead to worship of other than Allah, therefore is offensive.
Now taste it. How did it feel to have your flag torn and torched?
I guess it didnít hurt by the way. Apparently no one in here got hurt. That is the state we are in. Flags thrown into fire and no one cared. They just didn't learn.
In America, it is not forbidden to burn a flag...or to mock religion. We don't care if you find it offensive.

“My hand is over my crotch.”

Since: Jan 10

It's time to put it to use

#8 Sep 12, 2012
Muslims are like children. They throw tantrums at every little thing.
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#9 Sep 12, 2012
emperorjohn wrote:
Muslims are like children. They throw tantrums at every little thing.
Kind of.....But then again, my five year old never set the house on fire because a cartoon rubbed her the wrong way.
Jinn Martini

Dracut, MA

#10 Sep 12, 2012
Mawar wrote:
They knew what and which offences, and kept on doing it, like they had never learnt anything from before.
I say it here and gain. Depiction of any prophet, in image or figure, is prohibited and blasphemous, because it can lead to worship of other than Allah, therefore is offensive.
Now taste it. How did it feel to have your flag torn and torched?
I guess it didnít hurt by the way. Apparently no one in here got hurt. That is the state we are in. Flags thrown into fire and no one cared. They just didn't learn.
One day, people are going to become totally sick and tired of Muslims, and the backlash is going to be very very nasty. Just keep it up you animals. Your time will soon come.

Since: May 08

Germany

#11 Sep 12, 2012
Tourists of the World:

Boycott Egypt!!!
Jinn Martini

Dracut, MA

#12 Sep 12, 2012
Mawar wrote:
<quoted text>
Let me put it once again as my first might have caused some confusion. I was just trying to describe the situation exactly.
The offence - depiction of any prophet, in image or figure, which is blasphemous Ė has been perpetrated by some individual and his action is justifiable by western standard as a right of expression.
The offense caused anger to not one individual, but a whole lot of people, and was met by flag burning, which is supposed to be a humiliation to a nation, the whole western nation in this case, who had justified the blasphemy, and protected the blasphemer.
The people donít respect the flag any way because they hate their government. Bu the government who owns the flag, as happened in the past, would retaliate by inflicting casualties, usually leading to numerous deaths.
But the fighters for virtues and righteousness would remember these deaths, and should anyone blaspheme again, they will burn flags again.
The cycle goes on and on.
You stupid, backwards, uneducated animals can burn as many flags as you want, and it won't matter one single bit. And if you want to get more violent, you better be ready for the retaliation, which I can assure you, will be very very nasty as soon as non Muslims have finally lost all patience with stupid, angry, animalistic Muslims. You think it's bad now? You ain't seen nothing yet.
captain beefheart

London, UK

#13 Sep 12, 2012
U.S. ambassador and three staff killed in rocket attack in Libya just hours after muslims stormed embassy in protest at low-budget film attacking prophet

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-22017...
Golf with a Martini

Bronx, NY

#14 Sep 12, 2012
Mawar wrote:
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Should I denigrate the omnipotence of Allah, there would be no worshipper left for tomorrow. And all of us would be doomed.
Should I allow those of the bottom deck to dig holes to get water, all of us would drown, because we are all in a ship.
It is my responsibility to uphold good values and righteousness. It is your responsibility too.
Is it your responsibility to Kill Shiites? Maybe Islam is too violent? Is Allah in favor of murder in his name.?
No He is not.

Pakistan Shiites face rising militant attacks
By KATHY GANNON, Associated Press Ė 18 hours ago†
QUETTA, Pakistan (AP)ó In the Shiite Muslim graveyard of this provincial Pakistani capital, entire sections are dedicated to the hundreds killed by Sunni militants over the past two years, their portraits line the cobblestone entrance, some garlanded with wilted flowers.
There's Abid Ali Nazish, a popular movie star executed by gunmen in the summer. Nearby are the portraits of two brothers who were dragged out of a bus and shot to death on the road as they returned from pilgrimage in June. An Olympic boxer, Ibrar Hussain, has a large portrait, and then a smaller photo on his grave showing him sitting proudly next to American boxing great Mohammed Ali.
Hussain was just leaving Quetta's Ayub Stadium when a motorcyclist drove by and gunned him down last year, said Bostan Kishtmandi, a local Shiite politician, as he strolled past the graves. He "was retired and teaching our young boxers. We loved him," Kishtmandi said.
Pakistan's Shiite minority is feeling under siege as Sunni militants who view them as heretics step up a campaign of sectarian attacks, targeting them with shootings and car bombings. More than 300 Shiites have been killed so far this year, according to Human Rights Watch. The province of Baluchistan, where Quetta is the capital and which has the country's largest Shiite community, has borne the brunt, with more than 100 killed this year, on the way to surpassing the 2011 total of 118.
"I am afraid of terrorists everywhere in Quetta, except here with the dead," said Gulbar Abbas, an elderly man who spends every day in the graveyard, living off donations from visitors as he sits on a dirty quilt on a stone slab and reads the Quran from morning to night.
The sectarian bloodletting adds another layer to the turmoil in Pakistan, where the government is fighting an insurgency by the Pakistani Taliban and where many fear Sunni hardliners are gaining strength. Shiites and rights group say the government does little to protect Shiites and that militants are emboldened because they are believed to have links to Pakistan's intelligence agencies.
The powerful agencies have often been linked to the murky world of militancy, accused of using hardline Sunni Muslim militants against enemy India in the disputed Kashmir region and against U.S. and NATO soldiers next door in Afghanistan.
But the rise in the bloodshed and worries over security slipping out of control are bringing pressure for action.
Militants have packed cars with explosives and driven them into buses carrying Shiite Muslim students to universities and pilgrims returning from holy sites in Iran. Gunmen have walked into shops in Quetta's busy bazaars and slaughtered storekeepers as they tended to customers. They have picked off prominent Shiites as they left their homes for work. They have taken out newspaper ads telling Shiites to leave Quetta and Pakistan and vowing to kill any Sunni who calls a Shiite a friend.
More than 300 Shiites have been killed in Baluchistan alone the past two years, the community here says. Thirty-eight Shiites were killed in just two weeks in Quetta earlier this year, said a liberal political party representing Hazaras. When were these two weeks?
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Jinn Martini

Dracut, MA

#15 Sep 12, 2012
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Is it your responsibility to Kill Shiites? Maybe Islam is too violent? Is Allah in favor of murder in his name.?
No He is not.
He miost certainly is. Would you like me to show you all of the verses from the Quran that clearly say he is? Why do mpeople comment about Islam when they haven't even read most of the Quran?

“Alea iacta est!”

Since: Oct 06

Oh it's ON!

#16 Sep 12, 2012
Mawar wrote:
<quoted text>
Should I denigrate the omnipotence of Allah, there would be no worshipper left for tomorrow. And all of us would be doomed.
Should I allow those of the bottom deck to dig holes to get water, all of us would drown, because we are all in a ship.
It is my responsibility to uphold good values and righteousness. It is your responsibility too.
Your religion your fellow Muslims are responsible for Murdering Americans in the name of your god, the backlash is coming for you. You confuse American, Canadian and British patience with weakness. You and your fellow terrorist Muslims bullies have underestimated us.
Mawar

Nibong Tebal, Malaysia

#17 Sep 12, 2012
We had Saman Rushdie case, and he escaped justice by hiding in the West, when many innocent lives were lost due to his stupidity. The West didnít learn anything instead encouraged more writers and artists to produce more blasphemous arts. They called it freedom of speech and expression, when in fact was freedom to offend.

Indeed many offensive arts and writings were produced after Salmanís.

Ever heard of poking with the nose? When someone gets mad, poke your nose on his face. That is exactly what these Western madmen have been doing on Muslims.

Thinking Muslims would wither when nose-poked? Not a chance. We do not live doing nothing when wrongs are heaped around us.

I donít think you have the capacity or willingness to understand this, unless you try very hard to.
Jinn Martini

Dracut, MA

#18 Sep 12, 2012
Mawar wrote:
We had Saman Rushdie case, and he escaped justice by hiding in the West, when many innocent lives were lost due to his stupidity. The West didnít learn anything instead encouraged more writers and artists to produce more blasphemous arts. They called it freedom of speech and expression, when in fact was freedom to offend.
Indeed many offensive arts and writings were produced after Salmanís.
Ever heard of poking with the nose? When someone gets mad, poke your nose on his face. That is exactly what these Western madmen have been doing on Muslims.
Thinking Muslims would wither when nose-poked? Not a chance. We do not live doing nothing when wrongs are heaped around us.
I donít think you have the capacity or willingness to understand this, unless you try very hard to.
Why should a non Muslim have respect for a prophet that they thing is a fake and a liar? and why should Americans, who value freedom of speech, even if they don't like what is said, be bullied by Muslims that are part of a false, violent and backwards cult?? Why should Muslims dictate what non Muslims can and can't do?

Since: Sep 09

Location hidden

#19 Sep 12, 2012
Mawar wrote:
They knew what and which offences, and kept on doing it, like they had never learnt anything from before.
I say it here and gain. Depiction of any prophet, in image or figure, is prohibited and blasphemous, because it can lead to worship of other than Allah, therefore is offensive.
Now taste it. How did it feel to have your flag torn and torched?
I guess it didnít hurt by the way. Apparently no one in here got hurt. That is the state we are in. Flags thrown into fire and no one cared. They just didn't learn.
Who the hell do you think you are talking too? Children? No you are not talking to children, you are talking to people that do no hold any respect or belief in your backward religion and are not afraid of threats from crazy religious crazy people. Maybe if Mohammedmhad not been a historical whack job, there would be no room to criticize him. But he e in fact crazy violent and obsessed with sex. He most likely had syphilis when his wife poisoned him...good for her !!!
So burn a flag..who cares..it is made of cloth...just Ike when I burn the Koran ( and I do). It is only ink and paper that is all...it means nothing. Islam shows the world how crazy it is and how violent it is everyday..you hurt yourselves..not us.

Since: Sep 09

Location hidden

#20 Sep 12, 2012
Remember this, the USA got Bin Ladin in time.....we will take care of people that kill ambassadors too...the marines are coming.

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