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Romney criticizes Obama response to Libya, Egypt attacks

Spoken like a true empty headed racist right wing tea bagger. No wonder Romney has such a big lead in the poles.  (Sep 14, 2012 | post #639)

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Why do Muslims always resort to killing first.

Religion of pieces!!  (Sep 14, 2012 | post #2)

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Barack Obama, our next President

So we should be afraid to say Osama is dead? Man you give a new meaning of chicken hawk.  (Sep 14, 2012 | post #740217)

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Barack Obama, our next President

The aide also forgot to mention that Mitt will make it rain wherever there is a drought, and another thing....There Will Be No More HURRICANES!!! SORRY Miami.  (Sep 14, 2012 | post #740172)

No Muslim can think of profaning holy Prophet (PBUH): Altaf

I have noticed whenever anyone says anything Muslims believe to be offensive, their first option is to kill. They do not examine the source of the information, most do not even have the information, yet they are kill. They judge others by their own standards, not understanding how a real democracy works. In the US a country where free speech is allowed and protected , even offensive and what some may find distasteful is also protected. Why is it wrong to question any religious doctrine or beliefs? It seems like they are afraid of exposing the true nature of their religion, well I am afraid that genie is already out of the bottle.  (Sep 14, 2012 | post #26999)

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Why do Muslims always resort to killing first.

I have noticed whenever anyone says anything Muslims believe to be offensive, their first option is to kill. They do not examine the source of the information, most do not even have the information, yet they are kill. They judge others by their own standards, not understanding how a real democracy works. In a country where free speech is allowed and protected , even offensive and what some may find distasteful. Why is it wrong to question any religious doctrine or beliefs? It seems like they are afraid of exposing the true nature of their religion, well I am afraid that genie is already out of the bottle.  (Sep 14, 2012 | post #1)

Thousands in Indian Kashmir protest anti-Islam film, cler...

Do these fool think they are in Packistan? India is a democratic country,this clerk and his minions should all move to pack.  (Sep 14, 2012 | post #1)

Why are the British so jealous of Indians

If I can clap my hands then you are right.  (Feb 11, 2011 | post #950)

India unimpressed by racist jokes in Australia and New Ze...

I hate the Taliban, al quida, and but suckers like you.  (Jan 23, 2011 | post #1422)

India unimpressed by racist jokes in Australia and New Ze...

Yeah. I was talking about your cow, oh! you taught I meant your sister? Oh yeah I filled her up too, you are right, she is like a cow.  (Jan 23, 2011 | post #1420)

Islam : Misunderstood Or Satanic ?

A group of Muslims are extremists while others are peaceful and moderate. However, these two groups are not separated from each other. The line of demarcation between them is blurred. Actually there is no such line dividing the extremists from the moderates. They are all Muslims. The difference is in degrees and the strength of their faith. The extremists and the terrorists are those with stronger faith and the moderates are those with weaker faith. Weaken by western values and the infidels.  (Jan 21, 2011 | post #167)

Islam : Misunderstood Or Satanic ?

Now look at Islamic countries where state regulates the private lives of its subjects. Women victims of rape are stoned to death in the most horrendous way. Is that moral? People are flogged for eating during the moth of Ramadan. Women are beaten and bloodied because their scarves slipped and some of their hair became visible in the public. Tell me please which morality is more evil? In final accounts, we must distinguish between what is immoral and what is unethical. Moral issues should be left to the individuals; ethical issues must be taught in schools and be enforced by law or code of ethics. Is promiscuity immoral or is it unethical? The answer to the first part of this question depends on who you are. If you belong to the “ultra” liberal faction of the western society or if you are a practicing Muslim, it may not be immoral for you to have multiple sex partners. But if you are an average westerner, you may think it is immoral. This is a matter of taste, culture and upbringing. We should not be concerned about the morality of this question. What consenting adults do in their bedrooms is none of our business. The question is whether it is ethical? Ali Sina  (Jan 21, 2011 | post #166)

Islam : Misunderstood Or Satanic ?

What about pedophilia? Obviously we all cringe at the thought of it and think that it is a shameful act of immorality. But during the time of the Prophet having sexual intercourse with a 9-year-old child was not immoral. In fact Aisha’s father after a little bit of trepidation consented to give her in marriage to Muhammad when Muhammad suggested it. At that time no one raised an eyebrow. The question is, if sleeping with a nine-year-old child was not deemed bad and therefore was not considered immoral, was it okay? Not everything that a society accepts as moral is right. Having sex with a minor may not have been immoral for Arabs 1400 years ago, but it is as it was then, unethical. Moralities are defined by circumstances, but ethics transcend time and space. They are rooted in logic. Morality can vary from culture to culture, from time to time and from person to person. Who is to determine what is moral and what is not? Ali Sina  (Jan 21, 2011 | post #165)

Islam : Misunderstood Or Satanic ?

A Man in Pakistan may think that if his wife meets her male-cousin with whom she has grown up without the presence of a third person she has committed an immoral act, has sullied his honor and the only way to restore his honor is to kill her. For him the meeting of two cousins is immoral but killing a human being is not. Ali Sina  (Jan 21, 2011 | post #164)