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Those that deny the Armenian genocide should be ashamed of themselves

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in response to reader comment: re-stating my position

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 6, 2014 at 16:57

Our dear Michael S wrote (and it is not about you Michael)

MS: Yes, it is hypocritical to try to hold Muslims to standards that Christians didn't even practice until fewer than 200 years ago, especially since those standards are not even in the Bible.

DNM: I'm trying to understand your very flawed logic: So let me see are you saying that we should not bring to the attention of the whole world that the terrorists of Da'ish are enslaving Yazidi women because there are passages in the Bible about slavery?

You can't understand my "flawed logic", because I am not using flawed logic. Moving on,

Moving on? It means that you do not have an answer

Your logic is very flawed

let me try to see why you found it necessary to re-phrase everything I said:

DNM: are you saying that we should not bring to the attention of the whole world that the terrorists of Da'ish are enslaving Yazidi women because there are passages in the Bible about slavery?

No, I am not. I said something completely different. I was speaking about "standards", and you are talking about "bringing things to the attention of the world". There's no connection there.

I will leave your answer to the readers to judge you and judge your flawed logic

Concerning the mention of slavery in the Bible,

So what? Hello we do not live by Biblical laws

let's start by showing what the Bible actually SAID, so we both know what we're talking about. Concerning Hebrew slaves,

You do not get it your reasoning and logic are very flawed

You still did not answer my question what evidence did the Turkish propagandist Kuvayil provide that led you to conclude that the Armenian Genocide was no more than "baloney"? You tell me

Submitting....

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