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Posted in: Heavyweight boxing champ Fury stands by controversial views on women See in context

@smith - Agreed.

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Posted in: First government plane carrying Syrian refugees arrives in Canada See in context

Mosques arent illegal in japan - its just that the government ensures theres hardly any demand for them.

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Posted in: Teenager on Australia terror plot charge denied bail See in context

@Rick - right on. Put him on a boat and point it towards some wahabi heaven like saudi arabia where he can live in bliiss. If the boat springs a leak along the way and the sharks get him, he gets to islamic paradise that much sooner. Its win- win for the sweet boy!

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Posted in: Woman tosses coffee at praying Muslim men in California park See in context

Add to the charges that she offended their muslim sensibilities by appearing in their vicinity without the veil.

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Posted in: Muslim proposal prompts calls to ban Trump from UK, Israel See in context

plasticmonkeyDEC. 11, 2015 - 08:57AM JST Carter did the same to the Iranians back in 1979. No outrage or mention about that.

Do you understand the difference between nationality and religion? Restricting travel from political entities (i.e. countries) that the United States is in open conflict with is not unusual. Barring entry on religious grounds is unprecedented. And, as many have already pointed out, exactly how IS wants the West to react. Perfect recruiting tool.

uh..yeah, I can see how that would work. "See, my brother? The infidel will not let you enter the land of haram where homosexuality, fornication and the dreaded democracy thrive! Join us at ISIS!"

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Posted in: Teenager on Australia terror plot charge denied bail See in context

Im concerned about him. All that plotting and fear of subsequent police raids stopping him before he can commit mass murder and get to jihad heaven have stressed the poor lad out. Can he at least have the comfort of keeping his beheading pics while in custody?

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Posted in: Islamic State threat rising in Africa, experts warn See in context

The thing to remember as they take over the continent of Africa is they are in no way representative of Islam and the vast majority of Muslims are etc etc, etc.

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Posted in: Woman tosses coffee at praying Muslim men in California park See in context

Wc626DEC. 10, 2015 - 10:51PM JST Imagine if large groups of christians "praying" en-masses in Mecca, blocking traffic? They'd be going apeshit.

Oh, they would in fact be torn limb from limb by the muslim mob.

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Posted in: Muslim proposal prompts calls to ban Trump from UK, Israel See in context

Pat TelzrowDEC. 10, 2015 - 07:59PM JST He's got my vote! Go Trump go! Countries with large population's of Muslims have lots of problems and in some area's Shiria law is even being implemented. Look at Japan small muslim population one of the most safest places on the planet. Until muslims get rid of the radical element I say stay in your own countries. We don't want your Sharia law and 7 century ideology.

Right on! And is everybody forgetting that Israel built a wall (yes, an actual one) around itself to keep the same people that Trump is referring to OUT.

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Posted in: Woman tosses coffee at praying Muslim men in California park See in context

Its not reported and its not supposed to be mentioned (because its "islamophobic") but large groups of muslims in France will block traffic by suddenly assembling and "praying" en-masse on the street as a deliberate provocation. They get away with it because to do anything about it would be "islamophopbic" and "playing into the hands of ISIS". Talk to a french person .

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Posted in: Woman tosses coffee at praying Muslim men in California park See in context

nandakandamandaDEC. 10, 2015 - 09:38PM JST Well, I meant 'political' climate, but weather too, and this is a water resource, and a strange place to pray. It may mean nothing, but there are other angles to this rather strange story.

Yes, it is strange. The story needs investigating, but don't hold your breath - the PC cliches are all in place and any further probing would be "islamo-phobia".

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Posted in: Two, including 15-year-old boy, arrested in Australia over terror plot See in context

Oh wow, you provide that shallow and slick little video complete with "cool" background music and planted "interviewees" as some kind of evidence? Haha.

And you were talking about christians and how they are "tainted" by the bible. Im no expert but your link-ertainment was quoting from the old testament, I think. Nothing from the new testament which is what jesus is all about. Whats going on here, strangerland?

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Posted in: Woman tosses coffee at praying Muslim men in California park See in context

Good point - why would they be praying in a park at this time of year? Is it normal muslim practice? I don't think so. Perhaps we shouldn't be so quick to identify them as muslims. They may in fact be "mis-guided" or "non-representative of islam". After all, "the overwhelming majority of muslims" don't pray in public parks in cold weather.

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Posted in: Two, including 15-year-old boy, arrested in Australia over terror plot See in context

StrangerlandDEC. 10, 2015 - 05:16PM JST Seems like you should be equally scared of Christians if what's in the book means that all members of the religion are tainted by it.

For example?

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Posted in: Woman tosses coffee at praying Muslim men in California park See in context

strangerland: No, we avoid condemning all Muslims for the actions of a few individuals. Not the same thing.

No, you missed a step. First their identification as muslims is avoided as long as possible. Then the next step i.e., Islamic apologism, kicks in.

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Posted in: Trump rejects criticism of his proposal to ban all Muslims from entering U.S. See in context

@strangerland. Oh, well if it hasn't been clear enough, I don't mind what muslims get up to in their own countries as long as they stay there in their Islamic utopias and don't send out terrorists to other nations, flood the west with "refugees", or call for muslims to commit terrorist acts in other (non-Islamic) countries.

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Posted in: Two, including 15-year-old boy, arrested in Australia over terror plot See in context

-1 Good Bad StrangerlandDEC. 10, 2015 - 04:59PM JST Well, strangerland, you are always advocating an appeasement approach to ISIS, etc.

Not at all.

They state that they will never stop until the world is one Islamic community.

Let's review your original comment:

Islam is the religion of peace, and so long as we all convert to Islam we have nothing to fear.

Now you are saying that ISIS has stated they will never stop until the world is one Islamic community. Do you really believe ISIS is a representative of all Muslims? Are all rapists a representative of you as a male?

But we"re talking abt ISIS and related Islamic groups. They have stated they will not stop until everyone in the the world is muslim. (its also in the Koran, btw). Btw, news just in from Australia - terrorist attack thwarted by police. We're hearing their names - Ibrahim, Suleman, etc - but no mention of them being muslims. Hey, did you write the news release?

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Posted in: Trump rejects criticism of his proposal to ban all Muslims from entering U.S. See in context

StrangerlandDEC. 10, 2015 - 04:35PM JST You think that the police forces in Muslim countries never stop any terrorist attacks? Or you think that police forces in Muslim countries aren't made up of Muslims?

But you criticised my statement on muslim immigrants and ordinary citizens and the lack of any action on their part in the prevention of any of these terrorist attacks and plots in the west. Now you've suddenly shifted the argument to Islamic countries (which btw, you are always saying we should leave to their own devices and not concern ourselves with).

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Posted in: Two, including 15-year-old boy, arrested in Australia over terror plot See in context

Well, strangerland, you are always advocating an appeasement approach to ISIS, etc. Do your homework and read their statements (and those of myriad other Islamic groups). They state that they will never stop until the world is one Islamic community.

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Posted in: Woman tosses coffee at praying Muslim men in California park See in context

every time muslims commit terrorist acts the media and assorted "liberals" fall over themselves in avoiding naming them as muslims (and even then they qualify it by calling them mis-guided and not representative of Islam) until there is no alternative but to reveal the truth. One nutty woman throws coffee at people in a park (this is news???) and suddenly its a terrible crime and the "victims" (mulims) are identified with their religion immediately.

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Posted in: Trump rejects criticism of his proposal to ban all Muslims from entering U.S. See in context

StrangerlandDEC. 09, 2015 - 11:49PM JST

*Good muslims stopping bad muslims. What fantasy movie have you been watching??When has that EVER happened??****

@strangerland :Heh, someone missed the fact that it was a parody of the NRA saying less people would get shot if more people had guns.

Interesting you didn't refute my statement though. Btw, something that is almost always swept under the rug: these "isolated" incidences of muslims carrying out terrorist attacks in europe, USA and other western countries are just the tip of the iceberg. The security forces and police are constantly thwarting and shutting down planned Islamic terrorism operations. The pro immigration media would plaster any examples of these attacks being stopped by "good muslims" over all media if there were actually any examples. But there aren't.

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Posted in: Angela Merkel named Time's Person of the Year See in context

"for better or for worse" - in that sense -"worse" - merkel is entirely deserving. The future will show she doomed germany, if not western europe as well.

Give her the nobel peace prize next to put the final nail in the coffin of that institutions credibility too.

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Posted in: Russia launches new airstrikes in Syria; 1st from submarine See in context

Betrayed by Erdogan and the US/NATO in Russias fight against terrorism. It won't be forgotten.

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Posted in: Trump rejects criticism of his proposal to ban all Muslims from entering U.S. See in context

HollisBrownDEC. 09, 2015 - 07:07PM JST Some terrorists are Muslim so surely he should want MORE Muslims in the country so the good Muslims can stop the bad Muslims!

Good muslims stopping bad muslims. What fantasy movie have you been watching??When has that EVER happened??

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Posted in: Russia launches new airstrikes in Syria; 1st from submarine See in context

WilliBDEC. 09, 2015 - 10:48PM JST " “We had treated Turkey not only as a friendly country, but as an ally in the fight against terrorism, and we couldn’t expect such a mean, treacherous stab in the back,” Putin said. "

Well, that was your mistake. I am sure you won´t make that again. Erdogan is mightily upset that you are doing something against ISIS, so keep that in mind from now on.

Yes, an unfortunate lesson in western hypocrisy for Russia.

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Posted in: Russia launches new airstrikes in Syria; 1st from submarine See in context

Asakaze - I agree on all points.

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Posted in: Trump rejects criticism of his proposal to ban all Muslims from entering U.S. See in context

Trump is planning to keep Islamo- fascism from taking root in the US as it will in Europe. Ironic that some posters are likening him to hitler.

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Posted in: Russia launches new airstrikes in Syria; 1st from submarine See in context

Right on, Putin! And it's fine with me if you take out the " moderate" jihadis too.

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Posted in: Trump calls for 'complete shutdown' on Muslims entering U.S. See in context

Fadamor - the Koran and Hadith make killing a religious duty. The NRA does not.

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