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Old 02-24-2006, 02:40 PM   #21
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Religion and politics are two of the biggest weapons that smart have always used to manipulate innocent fools.

(This is not in response to the post, I am just making a generic statement because it is on a related note)
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I started my new religion. It does not require me to strap bombs to myself or kill in the name of it. Who is with me?

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does it require you to kill those who do?
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No my religion doesn't, only my sense of self preservation.

Don't forget, we didn't fly the planes into the WTC, muslims did.

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Okay, I won't forget. Thanks.

And I was only asking because I wasn't sure if everyone gets these messages from like Bush does or what.
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Okay, I won't forget. Thanks.

And I was only asking because I wasn't sure if everyone gets these messages from like Bush does or what.
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The key word here is radical Muslims. Contrary to popular belief, most are not radical. Its to the point where the radicals are targeting their fellow Muslims. Case in point the attack on the refinery in Saudi Arabia today which sent the price of oil up $2. As an employee of the company that was attacked, I can assure you that most of the people I deal with are pleasant. They have families, love their kids, and many of them drive American cars (Chevy's for some reason). They love coming here to the states, and not just for flight school:icon_smil Do I agree with everything they do? No. Every country and religion has its fair share of nutty people.

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Old 02-25-2006, 01:24 AM   #31
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No my religion doesn't, only my sense of self preservation.

Don't forget, we didn't fly the planes into the WTC, muslims did.

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I think radical muslims would be more appropiate. Most muslims do not share the beliefs of radicals. I know this because I am a muslim and half the people I know are muslim and we do not agree with making a point by blowing ourselves up or murdering innocent people. Please do not let the actions of a few give you the wrong impression about islam. Islam is a religion that believes in peace and living a simple life(and many of the beliefs in christianity are shared with islam) but their are always going to be people who interpret a religion/quran(which translated in english means bible) in thier own sick and twisted way. This is one of the main reasons why Osamas family disowned him(and other reasons ofcourse). You see, one of the misconceptions about islam is that we believe in our own , different from christians. This is not true. We believe in , the same as you. The part were it gets tricky is that in islam it is not believed that conceived a child, jesus, therefore do not believe in the virgin mary. Muslims believe that jesus was a prophet that spread the word of , much like mohammed. As a matter of fact, Christians were the first to shelter muslims and protect them from persecution when no others would due to the fact they exlplained their belief in and were accepted as equals. Im not sure were i was going with this. I guess i was just trying to help everyone understand that muslims or atleast true muslims do not find christians or america their enemy. I do get offended when I hear about a quran being kicked around as well as a bible being burned but these things are not gonna make me hate on a group of people just because of the actions of a few. And i know the people I associate with feel the same. I think its just plain ignorant and anyone who finds satisfaction in such actions needs needs help. And the whole world seems a little too sensitive right now. People of all cultures and religions are looking for a reason to about something
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i agree there is too much generalizing. saying muslims were responsible for 911 is just way too general. there were 4 people who were responsible for 911, and others who helped them. you could say that the flight school was responsible for 911 if you wanted to; it would be more truthful than saying it was Iraq or Muslims who did it.
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you cant't blame an entire race. i'm i'm scared of everyone who wears a turban and walks into the same plane as me
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i agree there is too much generalizing. saying muslims were responsible for 911 is just way too general. there were 4 people who were responsible for 911, and others who helped them. you could say that the flight school was responsible for 911 if you wanted to; it would be more truthful than saying it was Iraq or Muslims who did it.

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Only a few people wear turbans. Their a different sect called sikh(pronounced seek). Most muslim people dont wear them but its mandatory that they do. Im glad i dont have too cause I wouldnt put that on my head
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Everyone who got on that plane and helped is responsible and im pretty sure their gonna burn in
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Most muslim people dont wear them but its mandatory that they do. Im glad i dont have too cause I wouldnt put that on my head
If wearing its mandatory that's the first I've heard of it. Sikh's eminate from India, not the middle east. Many of you have seen kids (boys) in this area with their hair worn with a big knot tied in. Those are Sikh kids. Their Dad's wear the turban to keep their long hair in check. Not all Sikh's wear their hair long.
What many in the Middle East wear is a kaffiyeh or ghutra. The ring that holds it on is a egal.
If/when I go over to Arabia for business, I'm thinking about going native so I don't stand out like a big white target:icon_smil

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