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We are all Yazidis and get used to it

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 30, 2014 at 08:32

Some times silence is golden

god allah yehova satan etc etc these are all outdated fictions of the human mind.

Then why is it wrong to worship the devil? And if Yazidis indeed worship the devil then what is your problem?

so as long as they believe in some unphysical supernatural "thing" i really dont care much about the details.

Well you seem to "care" at least in the case of the Yazidis and why is that? But again we have established that if there is a devil then he must be the so called god that tells his followers to kill and behead and rape and enslave in his name

Hint: He ain't the God of the Yazidis

i do not read much about any religion. it is a total waste of time.

Then how did you know that the Yazidis worship "the devil"? Why the delusions?

so makes no difference for me whether you are buddhist or jewish or muslim or yazidi or christian etc etc. these are all guys who belive in some intangible force. i am not with any of them.

What does this have to do with your vile remark that Yazidis are devil worshippers? At least their God does not tell them to chop heads and rape and enslave women in his name then the same deity demands that he should get 1/5 of the loot

i only worship hot women and cold beer.

Did I ask you?

as for the genocide issues, i am expecting your next blaming of us about subjecting the eskimos and vietnamese and the australian aborigines to our barbaric turkic genocides :-)

Well then you can try and refute the claims by the Yazidis that they were the subjects of not one but many genocides by the barbarian Turks and read this

http://www.yeziditruth.org/yezidi_genocide

did you have some issues with turks in the past :-)

What does this have to do with the fact that your vile remark that the Yazidis are devil worshippers?


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