6 Responses to “Would you hug a Muslim?”

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    Nanny G

    “A terrorist is a terrorist, someone willing to kill another human being over nothing,” he said after removing his blindfold. “A Muslim would never do that. Our religion forbids it.”

    He’s not lying.
    This is KITMAN.
    Kitman is withholding a portion of the truth for the furtherance of Islam.
    It can be a stupid reason (to us) like that you are sitting in a sidewalk cafe sipping wine, or you are listening to music.
    Both music and wine are haram and therefore JUSTIFICATION for killing you (to Muslims).

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    Trying to educate myself on the muslim issues I listened to a sermon delivered at Aicha Mosque in Montpellier, France, on the day of the Paris attacks. It was playing the victim card the same type that sparks riots here. No screaming, ranting or foaming at the mouth hellfire He lays out the victim card very well. When you make people feel like a victim and there is another saying come here be powerful fight (black panther style)The immature young sometimes flock to these movements.
    Do we need another victim group?

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    @Nanny G:

    He’s not lying.
    This is KITMAN.
    Kitman is withholding a portion of the truth for the furtherance of Islam.

    I don’t see it that way. I believe he simply does not acknowledge that the Islam of ISIS is the same Islam as the one he practices. A kind of denial and disownership- one of the main problems I have with the Reza Aslan method of defending moderate, non-violent Muslims.

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    Richard Wheeler

    @wordsmith:As always you are a voice of reason in a troubled world—I want to believe that 95% of Muslims feel as you do. They should stand up and be a voice for the silent majority—-but they MUST

    Semper Fi

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    Nanny G

    @wordsmith: I never said this Kitman had to be from his personal origin.
    He could be getting it from his local mosque.
    All I’m saying is that when you study the koran and hadiths you find that lesser things than what we ( and he) would call ”nothing” are used as ”rationales” for killing non-believers, infidels and so-called apostates.
    A large group of the dead consisted of a Muslim party of about 15 attending one of the venues.
    They probably, like this man and you, believed that the serving of wine (to others) wouldn’t put them in the cross hairs of Muslim jihadis. But they were wrong.

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