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Devout Muslim stalks his step-daughter over four states 'before killing her for being too Western'
Daily Mail ^ | May 5, 2011 | David Gardner

Posted on 05/07/2011 8:40:54 PM PDT by Baynative

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To: ClearBlueSky

How many of your friends embrace Jews? How many defend Israels right to exist? How many have dogs? How many are fully westernized and treat their daughters like humans?
How can they live a free life and obey a religion that is fundamentally against it? Isn’t that hypocrisy? .................................................... Not everyone in the world adheres to their born into religious beliefs. I would say that most of the people in the world would rather just like to live and let live. Evil is the problem, there are evil people who do evil things to others. Religious fanatics of any religion do evil things, and don’t give me that BS Christian love thy brother stuff. The evil ones will never love their brother no mater what the other’s person’s religious belief is or isn’t, not their race, nor their political views.

Two of my Muslim friends are serving in Afghanistan, one is an interpreter and the other in the USMC. My other friends have been here since the early 70’s and are Americanized with no desire to return to Iran. None are anything like you describe, you must think that 100% of Muslims are Wahhabi. BTW, 2 of the families have dogs and they like Chinese cooked pork too. So they aren’t strict Muslims, like there aren’t strict Catholics its back to live and let live.

When I was in critical condition the hospital my first visitors were my Muslim friends. They even wanted to give my wife funds to hold us over. Yeah, you think they wanted to slit my throat? You remind me of the owner of the corner store where we did our grocery shopping during WW II, he refused to sell us anything because he thought our name was German.

61 posted on 05/09/2011 8:57:07 AM PDT by Bringbackthedraft (The storm clouds of war are on the horizon, 1939 is again approaching us.)
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Are they really Muslims, or do they just go along with the flow out of fear of not being accepted by their friends?

I wonder how many would privately tell you that they really think the Koran is a bunch of crap, but they can’t let their other Muslim friends know what they really think?

62 posted on 05/09/2011 8:59:26 AM PDT by dfwgator
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To: Bringbackthedraft

Muslims are the only people I have ever heard of who insist on being exempt from being judged by their belief system.
If you join the Boy Scouts- people think you believe in their tenets.
If you call yourself an Elk, a Shriner, a Mason-you expect people to see you as someone who believes in the principles of those organizations. Why identify yourself as a member if you don’t?
Islam is terrorizing the world. It has for centuries. It is barbaric and stuck in the 10th century. If this isn’t true, why are people like your friends ESCAPING from it?
Islam is evil. It has proved that for centuries. I don’t trust people who willingly identify with evil. I’m not saying everything they do is evil, or that they don’t do decent things- hell, even Hitler liked dogs while murdering Jews-but if your core belief system is something as heinous as Islam that outweighs a cheery hello IMO.
Let me ask you something. Lets change the word ‘Muslim’ to
The guy next door to you is a Klansman- terrible racist, hates black people, Jews and Catholics. He has Klan literature in his house and goes to meetings.
He doesn’t know you’re Jewish. He’s a great neighbor otherwise, lends you his lawnmower, pets your dog. His wife gives your kids cookies.
Knowing what group he identifies with, how OK are you with him as a person? Do his beliefs bother you? Do the niceties outweigh his affiliation with a group DIAMETRICALLY opposed to your existence?
Or does knowing he believes in the Klan put the stink on all the friendly behavior he exhibits?
Unless you’re black and can look beyond the burning cross, don’t ask me as a free, Christian woman, to look beyond the Koran and the imstructions to subjugate me within it, or those who call it ‘holy’.
You may, of course, trust whoever you like. The people who interacted daily with the 9-11 murderers felt no distrust, I’m sure.
If you were German and you ‘seig heil-ed’ Hitler- you were the enemy.
If you consider the Koran holy and say you believe in Islam, you are my enemy. Period.
IF you’re a Muslim, you believe in Islam. If you don’t believe in Islam, you’re not a Muslim. Simple.
A Muslim who doesn’t believe in Islam ? Not buying it.
If your friends don’t believe what Islam teaches, why do they call themselves Muslim?

63 posted on 05/09/2011 10:42:16 AM PDT by ClearBlueSky (Whenever someone says it's not about Islam-it's about Islam. Jesus loves you, Allah wants you dead!)
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That's because these muslim women pop those babies like they are on an assembly line. I keep hearing islam is the fastest growing religion. That's not so its due to all them having so many babies and migrating to other countries. Their goal is to wait us out until their numbers out number ours in population..
64 posted on 05/09/2011 11:33:22 AM PDT by GaGirl2012
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To: ClearBlueSky

The guy next door to you is a Klansman ............................... Is he a Christian church member, what church does he attend? So, if he is that way, many Christians must be the same? It is a cross they all gather around. Wahhabis have their interpretation of the Koran, they favor the part of taking full control of the world. If anything, their way of interpreting the Koran will backfire on them eventually.

The Muslim world is waking up, the young generation, especially the ones with an education see that there is a problem in their born to beliefs. There are many unbelievers, will they accept the teachings of Christ? Probably not, they won’t believe in any particular religion, they’ll feel like some supreme creator is out there, but won’t buy into any of the major religions. This was told to me by an Iranian friend who was married to a Catholic, who had to be remarried by a Mullah so she could go to Iran with her husband to visit relatives. They are very nice people, say what you will, its obvious you have no Muslim friends. If you can’t trust them how do you expect them to trust you? The reason they call themselves Muslim, is the same as the people who call themselves Christians but you never see them in a church outside of weddings and funerals. I do know many of them. Are they bad people? No, they are good people who just don’t take their religious belief that seriously. Well enough, I’m off to Europe for a vacation. Have to get up early.

65 posted on 05/09/2011 9:50:05 PM PDT by Bringbackthedraft (The storm clouds of war are on the horizon, 1939 is again approaching us.)
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