Almost funny, but too predictable
Submitted by Noah Wilk (United States), Jan 24, 2007 at 21:16
Harrak, your antics would be hysterical, if they weren't boringly predictable. Still amusing, seeing a person in denial. You wrote:
"how many are unknown and who are they!!"
Again you skirt the question, as is typical when debating a Muslim. Virtually every terrorist group that exists is cataloged, including many that no longer exist. And undeniably, over 90% of them are Muslim. You failed question #1 due to evasion. Let's move on. You wrote:
"Sorry, the entire world is what you do not see in CNN and FOX and even Aljazeera or Alahram. India Verses Islam! is what you know. There is an India Vs Sikhism that you do not know. Asian states Vs Islam is what you see. Asian States Vs Maoists is what you do not see. Latin America is probably not in your entire world where states are falling domino against poverty caused by Imperial Corporatism!! Canada Vs FLQ also is not in your entire world. Srilanka Vs Tamil! Spain Vs ITA..and you Vs your other.."
And once again, you fail for skirting the issue in direct ignorance of the rules. Yes, we know there are non-Muslim conflicts going on in the world. No one denied that. The question though was why do 90% of these conflicts involve Muslims? You fail question #2. Let's try for three. You wrote:
"you make sense here and the answer is that the West is the faulty part. Muslims became Islamists thanks to the West. "
I see. So America was to blame for Mohammed's barbarity, even though that happened over a thousand years before America existed. Interesting. America was to blame for all the atrocities Islam committed long before America was even a concept. Folks, this is pure "Muslim In Denial Syndrome". Expected, but nonetheless amusing. You fail question #3 as well. Moving on to #4, you wrote:
"because those people share with you the notion of (the other's idea is a challenge that we must stop). Start with yourself and the rest will follow."
I see. So desecrating the Bible and posting cartoons that are derogatory towards Jesus, Christianity, Judaism and others are ok, just don't draw a cartoon of the Pedo-Prophet of Islam, because that's not cool. Gotcha! Once again, Harrak fails to give a coherent answer. Next...
"because when money talks, bs walks. They hate America and come here for money. America hates Arabia and goes there for OIL..friends and allies..haaappyyy,"
Oh Harrak! Not only do you get it all wrong, you also damn your fellow Muslims with that one! First, Americans are not crazy or stupid enough to move to Saudi Arabia. Or Iran. Or Iraq. Or any Islamic cesspool. Instead, they stay in the Western countries where life is good and freedoms are repsected. It's the Muslims who are coming over to the West. Perhaps to escape the the cesspool of poverty and violence that Islam creates in every country in which it dominates?
So, you got that one wrong, plus you get negative extra discredit for disparaging Muslims. You claim that they come to America for money even though we're the Great Satan and they hate us. Interesting. So you're saying that Muslims are so weak in their religion that they prefer to sleep with Satan in order to afford that 52" plasma tv rather than live a "holy" life in one of the many "holy cities" of the "religion of peace". Interesting indeed. Your answer says that Muslims love money more than they love Allah. Isn't that heresy and idolatry? Shouldn't the "faithful" members of Islam come to America and kill all those traitorous westernized Muslims who sleep with the Great Satan in order to have some extra pocket change?
Five wrong out of five for a 0% score! Once again we have exposed a Muslim as unable to engage in any sort of intelligent, honest, or meaningful discussion. Hardly surprising.
Oh Harrak, you are entertaining indeed! Delusional, but entertaining!
Now if only we can get Avenger to take the test, it could get really interesting!
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