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US Troops Burn the Koran as a Symbol of Hate

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Tiger Woods, Feb 21, 2012.

  1. Zoomies Full Member

    Looks like Islam drives Muslims to murder their own
  2. Login Full Member

    Wow you're dumb. Please try to answer my question rather than going into full meltdown attack mode. How come you defend the Muslim religion and think it's ok to shed blood in the name of Islam yet think "religion" is awful? Do you even see your own hypocrisy? Seriously.

    Oh yeah, you think that religion isn't the JIHADISTS' motivation for murdering the INFIDELS in the name of ALLAH. Right TW.

    So to sum up, disrespect Christianity is ok because religion is evil BUT HOW DARE ANYONE dishonor a Muslim RELIGIOUS TEXT.

    Not sure how to spell it out any further for you Tiger.

    I know you are incapable of seeing your own double-standard but thankfully everyone else does.

    Do you think murder is an acceptable response to someone depicting Muhammed? Yes or no. Would you hold the same standard if it was the Bible? Of course not, you'd be the first to whine about it.
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  3. NickNuke Full Member

    Wrong again. Hitler, the master manipulator, used "religion" as a way to consolidate the masses. What better than to accuse Jews of "deicide". You FAIL horribly at understanding the psyche behind Hitler. The narcissist... where no god is allowed. He is the god, the almighty. The master. Leveraging Christianity was the perfect catalyst for the propaganda machine. Every German could relate to this. Control the masses. Give them a common enemy.

    Pretty much the same tactics being used by our own administration today.
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  4. Login Full Member

    So predictable. Typical hypocrite can't even answer the questions asked. Why bother with the close-minded Tiger Woods types...they can't even see the contradiction they lay out. Poor guy...I've wasted my time actually trying to get him to answer direct questions and was a fool for even thinking he'd respond appropriately. Oh well.
  5. Login Full Member

    He'll never understand. He's obviously very uneducated on the matters at hand. The poor kid even said that religion (Islam) wasn't what motivated the insurgents. Funny shit, can't even make this stuff up.
  6. blargy

    blargy SFN Gold Supporter

    Note to board, please don't call Tiger out on his hypocrisy; it upsets him.
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  7. Login Full Member

    Little fella doesn't even see the hypocrisy which is hilarious and proves the type of mindset we're dealing with. He honestly says religion is awful and trashes Christianity then starts a thread crying that someone disrespected a religious book. Try to ask him what his reaction would be if someone burned a Bible or American's good for a laugh watching him squirm around it and deflect.

    I'm pretty sure he doesn't realize that Islam and Muslim fundamentalists are based in religion.
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  8. AlGreenDogg

    AlGreenDogg Suicide by Mod

    It has already happened. Harry Potter books are about 'wizardry' which is in direct conflict with spiritual teachings.
  9. Login Full Member

    Congratulations once again for a reply that has absofuckinglutely nothing to do with what I asked. Deflect deflect.

    For an atheist you sure are defensive of the Quran.
  10. Hollywood Guido Full Member

    You really are the stupidest piece of shit I've ever seen. Daniel Pearl's murder was an act of war? He was an innocent journalist, murdered in the most barbaric way possible, for no other reason then 1) being American, 2) being Jewish and 3) being taken hostage by savages without any sense of honor or humanity.

    You are so predictably simple, defending arabs on every single issue, justifying their disgusting behavior by babbling on about shit from centuries ago (or true moddern days casualties of war), posting your gay cartoons.... you make me proud for every terrorist I killed over there. And every koran I wiped my ass with.

    Since you so obviously hate America, hopefully you and the garbage you call family will go live among those who you so long to suck the dick of. With any luck you'll all become part of those unfortunate civilians you're constantly whining about. Fuck mohamed. Fuck islam. And fuck you, bitch! Semper Fi!!
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  11. Hollywood Guido Full Member

    Yeah, okay tough guy, you'd do nothing and you know it. mohamed was a cocksucker and so are you.

    Not *that* many, huh? Brilliant defense. You really are a total retard.
  12. rolltide

    rolltide SFN Gold Supporter

    Tigner.....I can't wait for the round-up and your baggage class ride to Guantanamo Bay where I'll happily pay more income tax for your waterboard exercises three times day. :jj:
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  14. NickNuke Full Member

    Here Tiger, more "propaganda" that isn't true. Hey, but let's talk about more important things, like garbage incineration....

    Officials: String of bombings kill at least 50 in Iraq

    Published February 23, 2012
    | Associated Press
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      Feb. 23, 2012: Iraqi firefighters try to extinguish a burning bus at the scene of a car bomb explosion in Baghdad, Iraq.
    BAGHDAD – A rapid series of attacks spread over a wide swath of Iraqi territory killed at least 50 people on Thursday, targeting mostly security forces in what appeared to be another strike by Al Qaeda militants bent on destabilizing the country.
    The apparently coordinated bombings and shootings unfolded over two-and-a-half hours in the capital Baghdad -- where most of the deaths were -- and 11 other cities. They struck government offices, restaurants and one in the town of Musayyib hit close to a primary school. More than 200 people were injured.
    "What is happening today are not simple security violations -- it is a huge security failure and disaster," said Ahmed al-Tamimi, who was working at an Education Ministry office a block away from a restaurant that was bombed in the Shiite neighborhood of Kazimiyah in northern Baghdad. He described a hellish scene of human flesh and pools of blood at the scene.
    "We want to know: What were the thousands of policemen and soldiers in Baghdad doing today while the terrorists were roaming the city and spreading violence?" al-Tamimi said.
    There have been a series of large-scale attacks by insurgents since the last U.S. troops left Iraq in mid-December at the end of a nearly 10-year war. Shortly after the withdrawal, a major political crisis with sectarian undertones erupted as well when Shiite-dominated authorities sought to arrest Sunni Vice President Tariq al-Hashemi on allegations he commandeered death squads targeting security forces and government officials.
    While no group immediately claimed responsibility for the latest attacks, targeting security officials is a hallmark of Al Qaeda in Iraq. In December, a wave of bombs tore through mostly Shiite neighborhoods of Baghdad, killing 69 people in a similar onslaught of violence that Sunni-dominated Al Qaeda claimed.
    Nationwide, security forces appeared to be targeted in at least 14 separate attacks, including a drive-by shooting in Baghdad that killed six policemen at a checkpoint before dawn. Police patrols in the capital and beyond also were besieged by roadside bombs and, in once case, a suicide bomber who blew up his car outside a police station in the city of Baqouba, 35 miles northeast of Baghdad.
    Iraq's police are generally considered to be the weakest element of the country's security forces, and 20 were killed earlier this week by a suicide bomber outside the Baghdad police academy that angry residents blamed on political feuding that is roiling Iraq.
    But the latest violence spilled onto commuters, restaurant patrons, passers-by and school children as well.
    In the single deadliest strike, a car bomb in Baghdad's downtown shopping district of Karradah killed nine people and wounded 26. The blast effects could be felt blocks away, shaking buildings and windows. Associated Press TV footage of the scene showed people walking away from the scene, covered in blood.
    In Musayyib, a car bomb parked on the street between a restaurant and an elementary school killed one person and wounded 62. Most of the injured were school children, said police and health officials.
    The casualties were tallied by local security and hospital officials in the cities where the attacks occurred. Nearly all spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to release the information.
    Late Wednesday, Iraq's Interior Ministry announced the capture of Waleed Khalid Ali, accused as a top leader of the Ansar al-Sunna insurgent group linked to Al Qaeda. The government said Ali was caught trying to enter Iraq from Syria, where Al Qaeda groups recently have been surging to assist opposition forces seeking the overthrow of President Bashar Assad.
    But the coordinated nature of Thursday's attacks show the likely were planned long before the arrest. A Western diplomatic security official said recent intelligence indicated that an unspecified attack was in the works.
    Widespread violence has decreased since just a few years ago when Iraq teetered on the brink of civil war. But bombings and deadly shootings still happen almost daily.

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    Thank you for all you've done Guido. Especially the killing terrorist part.
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