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Islam Says Destroy All The Churches

March 17, 2012

Here are 2 news stories I have to share with you. They show the true nature of the Islamic religion, their true intents and feelings. In Kuwait they have a law pending that will outlaw the building of any new churches. But in Saudi Arabia our so called allies, they are calling for the outright destruction of all of the churches in the region.  Read it for yourself, and ask yourself why the major news networks are not covering this story. And why has the White House not made a statement yet? If we were calling for the destruction of even one mosque it would be every headline in every main stream media paper, newscast, radio, blog, etc….

http://rt.com/news/peninsula-saudi-grand-mufti-701/

http://newsbusters.org/blogs/tom-blumer/2012/03/17/not-news-grand-mufti-saudi-arabia-calls-destruction-all-churches-region

Anyone that believes they want to co-exist with any other religion is delusional. This should be all the truth you need to understand!

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. Tafacory permalink
    March 17, 2012 11:59 pm

    Your post and your ideology is sickening. Islam is not a religion of terror any more than Christianity is. I’ll give you some things to think about.

    1. Islamic fundamentalism is a very small group of the overall Muslim population. They are a minority group that arose from the growth of globalization. Thus, Islamic fundamentalism arose in response to their culture, their belief, their way of life being threatened by rapid and arguably unwanted change. Does that mean that they are correct in lashing out against innocent people? Of course not. The main point I’m trying to make is that the majority of Muslims are not fundamentalist terrorists. The same thing can be said about fundamentalist Christians. They are a fringe group of lunatics hell bent on hurting innocent people. Does that mean that Islam and Christianity as a whole should be disbanded and made illegal? Does that mean that every Christian or Muslim is evil? Does that mean that every Christian or Muslim is wrong and ignorant? Not at all. The media just does a poor job of reporting positive things about Muslims, especially after 9/11. And instead of fighting ignorance, you’re promoting it. Do some research. I would suggest by looking here first: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islamic_fundamentalism#Islamic_fundamentalist_states

    2. No religion or religious group is completely innocent. Every one has blood on their hands so to speak. Do you know anything about the Crusades during the Middle Ages? Do you know what kind of damage and harm the Christians caused the Muslims and various other people during these conflicts? But what about the various abuses of churches? Money scams, molestation accusations, hate and racial crimes, etc. Christians calling Muslims evil and terrorists and scum is like Adolf Hitler calling Julian Assange a terrible person. It makes no sense and has no basis in reality. It’s pure ignorance being peddled by people who are either too lazy to investigate and explore life or too stupid to understand it.

    3. Muslims, excluding fundamentalists, respect Christians as being “people of the book.” They believe Jesus to be a prophet who came before Mohammed. They revere him as an exceptional teacher. They endorse cooperation and admiration of Christians and Jews. What this post is showing them is that they obviously don’t mean enough to deserve the same acceptance and love.

    4. Did Jesus not say to love one’s enemies? Even if Muslims are shown to be enemies of Christianity, which they are not, did Jesus not teach that it is better to turn the other cheek? Did Jesus not spend his time with the outcasts of society? Did he not show love and respect to all? Was he not meek and kind in all of his encounters with people?

    • March 18, 2012 2:03 pm

      I have to say you must not read any main stream media publications or listen to news programs, because that’s all they do is try to publicize what positives there are about muslims. And I have to wonder why people like you always have to trot out the old arguments about things that happened hundreds of years ago. How is relevant to now? And most importantly I don’t hate anyone, I call things as I see them, why is it people automatically hate because them have a different point? I am guessing you are a liberal, because you use all of the stereotypical liberal arguments. The news stories I posted speak for themselves, the truth usually does though.

      • Tafacory permalink
        March 18, 2012 2:13 pm

        Why would I read mainstream media publications? Do you not know that 80% of the public media in the United States is owned by 4 corporations? Do you really think they present the “unbiased truth” in all that they publish?
        I also do not understand why you criticize my use of history. Have you never heard the maxim “Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.”? The fact of the matter is that these are things, occurrences which cannot and should not be ignored. You are arguing inconsistently. For if we are discounting past wrongs, why not include 9/11? You’re not being impartial. You’re giving Christianity a special place that you have yet to show that it deserves.

        And your news stories you post certainly do speak for themselves. They preach ignorance and falsehood and idiocy. Their content may be correct but their worldview isn’t. Their belief system isn’t.

        Anyways, I just hope that you’ll take the time in the future to explore more and say less. Read more from various sources. Get a better and more composite view of the world. Don’t limit yourself. A mind is a terrible thing to waste.

        All the best,
        Tafacory

  2. March 18, 2012 2:36 pm

    You did make one valid point in all of that, about history repeating itself. My concern is what will happen in the United States if we don’t learn to see the true motives of Islam as it spreads to my country. We can clearly see what is and has happened in European countries due to a large influx of muslims. I have explored extensively that is why I understand the truth. And as far as saying less, I live in a country that gives me the right to say what I believe in, and I will continue exercising that right until the day I die! As far as the world view of the sources I sighted take that up with them, because apparently your world view is correct and theirs is not.

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