"The Innocent Prophet" or "Fun With Muhammad"

Discussion in 'Politics' started by pspr, Nov 21, 2012.

  1. pspr


    Trailer for the movie coming in December. Let riots begin.

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  2. Lucrum


    Is it safe to watch that video? The sight of Arabs humping goats makes me ill.
  3. 377OHMS


    The Koran contains all of those passage shown, both the peaceful ones and the violent ones. The conflict between the two is built-in to the religion so it is a matter of how the Koran is interpreted. If a person is looking for justification to live peacefully they can find it in the Koran. If a person is looking for justification for violence they can find it in the Koran.

    Its a rather huge difference from Rabbinic Judaism or Christianity. The Talmud does not contain any passages that incite violence. The old and new Testaments of the Bible do not contain any passages that incite violence. The Bible does contain descriptions of violent acts that it uses as allegories to impart some moral lessons but it generally promotes peace.

    I notice that our resident anti-religion nut FreeThinker exclusively attacks Jew and Christians but won't utter a word against Muslims. Why is that?
  4. pspr


    LOL It's about Muhammad raping little children, etc.
  5. pspr


    Must be he's afraid of the tolerant Muslims finding him with his head still attached.
  6. Lucrum


    The stunning outrageous hypocrisy of "free thinker", knows no bounds.
  7. Because FreeThinker is a Troll. There are not enough Muslims on here to get a rise out of anyone, so its not fun for him to attack them.

    Or he is afraid the 1 or 2 muslims on this board are going to go all Hamas on his ass if he says anything.
  8. Too bad that there are people in the world that are not peaceful, loving Christians.

    In 16th Century France there was a succession of wars between Roman Catholics and Protestants (Hugenots primarily), known as the French Wars of Religion. In the first half of the 17th century, the German states, Scandinavia (Sweden, primarily) and Poland were beset by religious warfare in the Thirty Years War. Roman Catholicism and Protestantism figured in the opposing sides of this conflict, though Catholic France did take the side of the Protestants but purely for political reasons.

    In the Middle Ages, religion played a major role in driving antisemitism. Though not part of Roman Catholic dogma, many Christians, including members of the clergy, have held the Jewish people collectively responsible for killing Jesus. According to this interpretation, both the Jews present at Jesus’ death and the Jewish people collectively and for all time, have committed the sin of deicide, or God-killing. For 1900 years of Christian-Jewish history, the charge of deicide ( Which was originally attributed by Melito of Sardis ) has led to hatred, violence against and murder of Jews in Europe and America."[31] This accusation was repudiated in 1964, when the Catholic Church under Pope Paul VI issued the document Nostra Aetate as a part of Vatican II. Martin Luther, an Augustinian monk and an ecclesiastical reformer whose teachings inspired the Reformation, wrote antagonistically about Jews in his book On the Jews and their Lies, which describes the Jews in extremely harsh terms, excoriates them, and provides detailed recommendations for a pogrom against them and their permanent oppression and/or expulsion.
  9. Lucrum


    I suspect much the same of Ricter and IQ47. Neither have any interest in trading. One's a socialist the other a communist. Why would anyone of their social/economic "persuasion" spend so much time on a web site where they share nothing in common with the core membership? Unless, they're trolling.
  10. Lucrum


    Right on cue. A duplicitous dumb fuck liberal hypocrite shows up to bash Christianity whilst ignoring all things Islam. You could not make this shit up.
    #10     Nov 21, 2012