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User avatar #23 - abacongirl (10/22/2012) [-]
Some parts of this I agree with, others not so much.

I'm not sure it's actually Islam itself that's the problem, it's what people do in the name of it. History is full of people who have killed in the name of whatever god they believe in. I do think that there are some, maybe even most people that are willing to kill in the name of Islam, but I also think there are Muslims out there who just want to be peaceful and live like the Quran says. The actions of those who are willing to kill have branded Islam as a "bad, evil religion," But there was a time when Christians went to war for their beliefs.
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User avatar #89 - thice (10/24/2012) [-]
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User avatar #29 - generaljosh (10/22/2012) [-]
Just because you have a british accent doesn't make you civilized. You need at least a top-hat as well.
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#52 - sarix (10/22/2012) [-]
There will be a ********* of all ********** ... so big even other ********** will get a ********* about this *********
#33 - ulysse (10/22/2012) [-]
I must say I agreed with a few part of his speech, even if I quite strongly disagreed with other (nazism, etc.).
In their calendar (from creation to now), Islam is practically at the same time as Christianism started all the Inquisition **** (spanish sacrifices, tortures, etc.) all over Europe. They are now facing the storm of their own Middle Age... I can understand it.
But as well as you can't blame all christianity for the Inquisition and massacres, you can't blame a whole religion of people for what a few of them did.
... Still, we can't agree with it (it would let the few crazy ones win), we must fight, in the right direction, and in the right way, though (imo).

Now, i'm quite surprised to see that the ********* i forsaw for here isn't that strong at all... I'm pleased to see that I'm not the only one who is a bit upset of the events around the whole "islam issue".

(Anyway, not trying to offend anyone here, if you feel concerned by my discontent, then, you are the kind of people that I don't like, medieval obscurantist, if you are not what i discribe, then, my opinion doesn't involve you.)

Pic related ? Don't know, you tell me ! x)
#4 - OrangeYellowMan (10/22/2012) [-]
Awww hell, 			****		 storm a brewing....I can't wait to see this...
Awww hell, **** storm a brewing....I can't wait to see this...
User avatar #7 - FJSoldier (10/22/2012) [-]
This guy is the opposite of www.youtube.com/watch?v=CsgaFKwUA6g
User avatar #13 to #7 - stcronin (10/22/2012) [-]
It's not that it is opposite it is that he is claiming the muslim people hurt more people than they help.
#71 - anon (10/22/2012) [-]
It's not really the religion, per say, but the region. The region has a general hatred for the western world. There were a few Muslims in my high school, and they were genuinely nice people. I met one of their fathers at one point, and he was also a good guy.

On the other hand, my fiance's stepfather is a Muslim, and he's sexist, controlling, etc, though I wouldn't say he's "dangerous." It really does vary from person to person.
#63 - anon (10/22/2012) [-]
Bring your umbrella's
Today's weather is going to be a mix of ********* and banhammer
#72 - draxdiesel (10/22/2012) [-]
i am a terrorist and i am offended.
User avatar #18 - symustafa (10/22/2012) [-]
Don't generalize all Muslims as violence, hateful beings.....I really don't want to be killed by some random guy on the street.....

It just so happens in this period violence by Muslims are the most prominent one. It's the most visible one, unlike by other people or nations. Yes, Islam is a very fragile religion when it comes to talking about them, but have you considered maybe the people rioting have no thought about why you guys think or say bad things about them? All they probably know is "Look, the infidels are insulting our religion! They should be punished!" Well, what they don't realize is why they are being insulted. They are doing exactly the things that people hate, yet get even more angry when we complain or do something about it. And not all of them are exactly educated people. They are raised in poor living standards compared to Europe or America. They don't care why you insulted Islam, they just hate you for doing it in the first place. And this guy in the video talking about not caring about Islam? Well, he's just fueling the rage. Then people cry when 9/11 happens.

And this is coming from a Muslim who kinda agrees with the guy in the vid, but feels kinda offended by the fact that he said he doesn't care a few times. Guess what, he's not fixing the problem, he's making it worse.
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User avatar #30 to #26 - symustafa (10/22/2012) [-]
You're missing the point. The point is, try looking at this from their perspective. They have nothing else to go to in times of turmoil, they're not exactly the richest and smartest people in the world, so they turn to religion. And they will protect their religion to death, because it's the only thing they have that's worth living for. Can't you see? By insulting their religion, you are hurting the only thing they have. They feel insulted because to them, the rest of the world don't understand what's its like to have their only treasure, their beloved religion, be spit upon. And you don't see other countries with Islam as their main religion, Malaysia, for example, attacking embassies and burning flags. It's only the considerably poor countries.
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User avatar #34 to #31 - symustafa (10/22/2012) [-]
No one's asking you to do anything about it, say whatever you want, just be careful about it.
#40 to #26 - presentdent (10/22/2012) [-]
So... most religions? Religions are generally guidelines for how people and the world should work. They have all those creation myths and Gods for a reason. And many religions, even Christianity that dominates the Good Ol' U.S. of A, are missionary religions that believe in spreading their beliefs and "dictating the world" so to speak. Now, I'll say I'm horrified and indignant about the actions of many countries/peoples in the Middle East, but I must remember that "Christian" soldiers have committed equal atrocities in the Middle Ages. Crusaders ATE muslims in front fortresses. The Inquisition murdered/exiled countless innocents. But then I think... that was the ******* Middle Ages. What the hell is going on? It's 2012! Stop acting like this. It's so five centuries ago.
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#51 to #44 - presentdent (10/22/2012) [-]
I believe modernization and enlightenment can temper the violence of religion. It comes with a culture maturing out of the do or die attitude of a Medieval period. I'm just surprised so many countries people consider "Islamic" countries are... still getting out of this period. Especially when you consider that in the Middle Ages, the Middle East was far more advanced/tolerant than Europe.
#50 to #40 - presentdent (10/22/2012) [-]
in front of their* Sorry
#53 - broorb (10/22/2012) [-]
Huh. Weird. I've only been to three islamic countries, I was biking through them, and I was giving food and drink and shelter without being asked to pay or whatever at any point. Never felt safer in my life
#73 to #53 - anon (10/22/2012) [-]
That's dependant on your behavior. You aren't allowed to have your outright own opinions and definately not speak them. And, that behavior can happen anywhere in the world depending on where you are and the appearance you put forth.
#77 to #73 - broorb (10/22/2012) [-]
Not in Britain, it won't,
#12 - erethilful (10/22/2012) [-]
It was a good speech.
It was a good speech.
#64 - crazymaskedguy (10/22/2012) [-]
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#62 - cameronr (10/22/2012) [-]
Yes, let's generalize an entire religion. That will help tremendously. sarcasm
User avatar #70 to #62 - ixuz (10/22/2012) [-]
It's pretty hard to not generalize it when an extremist group of that religion puts the knife to our throat while the good muslims do the good thing. I've heard little to no imams in the news telling off the group that is rioting or killing or threatening people. So yes, I know there are alot of good muslims but try to control them and ridicule them like christianity ridicules westboro
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