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    Maybe if we leave them alone, they will leave us alone!

    Why are we so afraid to state the facts about Islamic based violence?

    Are we afraid to offend our Arab allies or are we afraid to face the truth that a growing faction of a major religion wants to exterminate or convert all non-believers?

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    The fact is that the majority of the practitioners of Islam do not want to exterminate or convert all non-believers. This is a misnomer that has been spread by hate groups all over the internet and their position has gained credibility because of the terrorist attacks that the extremists of the religion have pulled off.

    There are over a billion Muslims in the world. If Muslims as a people wanted to cause trouble this world would be neck deep in it, and that is simply not the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TycoonSlam View Post
    The fact is that the majority of the practitioners of Islam do not want to exterminate or convert all non-believers. This is a misnomer that has been spread by hate groups all over the internet and their position has gained credibility because of the terrorist attacks that the extremists of the religion have pulled off.
    You are being pulled over by the Grammar Police. You meant "misconception," not "misnomer." A misnomer is an inappropriately applied name, like "peanut," which is not a nut, but a legume.

    I'll let you off with a warning this time.
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    Sometimes I feel like a legume,

    plus,

    sometimes, I don't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TycoonSlam View Post
    The fact is that the majority of the practitioners of Islam do not want to exterminate or convert all non-believers. This is a misnomer that has been spread by hate groups all over the internet and their position has gained credibility because of the terrorist attacks that the extremists of the religion have pulled off.

    There are over a billion Muslims in the world. If Muslims as a people wanted to cause trouble this world would be neck deep in it, and that is simply not the case.
    I can assure you that I don't get my news and opinions from hate group websites.

    You are absolutely correct that most Muslims don't wish harm on non-believers. However, that doesn't negate the fact that extremists are killing innocent people around the globe in the name a Allah.


    I also think that it is hypocritical for people to support the US effort to fight Islamic extremist in Afghanistan, but oppose the fight in Iraq.

    It's the same "enemy".

    The people responsible for the latest attack in India are the same people who caused 9/11, the London subway bombings, attempted to blow up building in Canada, and on and on and on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ground&Pound View Post
    I also think that it is hypocritical for people to support the US effort to fight Islamic extremist in Afghanistan, but oppose the fight in Iraq.

    It's the same "enemy".

    The people responsible for the latest attack in India are the same people who caused 9/11, the London subway bombings, attempted to blow up building in Canada, and on and on and on.
    We might as well invade and take over Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Syria, Iran, pretty much all the "Stans"...... aww what the heck lets just send a couple thousand nukes to the entire region. (rolling eyes)
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgallan View Post
    We might as well invade and take over Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Syria, Iran, pretty much all the "Stans"...... aww what the heck lets just send a couple thousand nukes to the entire region. (rolling eyes)
    Didn't George Carlin have a joke about that?

    People have been killing in the name of religion for ages. There is always going to be extremes, only thing we can do is try to keep the minority from becoming the majority.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgallan View Post
    We might as well invade and take over Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Syria, Iran, pretty much all the "Stans"...... aww what the heck lets just send a couple thousand nukes to the entire region. (rolling eyes)
    I didn't suggest a solution to the problem.

    I'd just like us to admit that we have a problem!

    Actually, I think the other "stans" are a key to the solution.

    Which is probably why we (the US government) tip toes around the issue. They don't want upset our Arab allies.

    It's a balancing act to condemn the extremists and not offend the moderate Muslims.

    The only reason the Arab world let us into Iraq (both times) was because Saddam was such a wing-nut and brought too much instability to region.

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    My point is that too many people see "the war on terror" as something that Bush and Cheney made up.

    Granted, Bush made many blunders in addressing the problem. (understatement alert!)

    However, the fact remains that Islamic fascism is for real and is not going away on its own.

    I think it's very convenient to say "Bush lied, people died", and bury your head in the sand.

    I'm saying we have better get our heads out of the sand and keep an eye on those who want us destroyed.

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