Get real, Shakeel!
Submitted by Noah Wilk (United States), Feb 5, 2007 at 03:54
"If you didn't have the interests, you wouldn't be there and history has seen you supporting the worst people for your own interests. History also shows, your civilized army doing barbaric and uncivlized things."
And once again a Muslim evades and ignores the issue. Shakeel, where is America in the Sudan? That is a war of genocide being committed by Muslims against Christian Sudanese. America has no role in that. Once again, you fail to engage in honest debate, typical of a Muslim.
"This is because, muslims are such a large body. So list of transgressors go large."
There's some warped Islamic logic for you! They commit atrocities on such a large scale because there are so many of them! Well, Skaleel, there are about twice as many Christians in the world (2.1 billion Christians vs. 1.2 billion Muslims), and Christians exist in virtually every country on earth. So if your claim is true, why aren't Christians involved in 90% of all wars? Why aren't 90% of all terrorist groups Christian? As usual, a Muslim simply cannot form a coherent argument.
"One other reason is muslims are not identified by their countries, they are identified by Islam. That is the reason, you count all the muslims as one while count christians, budhists, hindus by nationalities."
If this is an example of the level of education coming out of Islam, it's no wonder they're stuck in the 7th century!
Shakeel, I have some more bad news for you. Christianity, Buddhism, and Hinduism are not nationalities, they are religions. Islam is at war with every other religion on earth, every secular ideology, and every nationality. Try getting your facts straight.
"Just in Saudi Arabi there are more than million coptic christians."
Yes, leading a suppressed existence. And the only reason they're even still alive is that the Saudi government suprpesses the violent tendencies of the populace, who would slaughter those Coptic Christians the moment they had a chance.
"Islamic culture is far superior, I agree"
Your thought process is all gummed up. You can't agree with me that Islamic culture is superior to Western culture, because I just got done pointing out how Islamic culture is inferior to Western culture! Good lord, take a reading comprehension course!
"but due to setback of muslims because of western colonization, exploitation, lack of technology, lack of knowledge, muslims are taking time to recover islamic culture. Once the muslims recovered the islamic culture in their lands, you will appreciate it not bash it"
There's the Muslim Mantra (with apologies to our Hindu friends for that odd phrase) again! It's all the westerners' fault! Islam has never accomplished anything. They have always stolen knowledge and claimed it for its own. They did it thousands of years ago when they stole Ayurvedic medicine from the Hindus in India, and they're doing it today by buying nuclear technology and other technology from other countries.
They're taking time to recover Islamic culture? Seems to me like they already have. They engage in pedophilia, rape, genocide, religious intolerance, terrorism, etc, just like they always have. Seems to me they've never lost their culture! And no, I will never appreciate barbarity and ignorance.
"Simple answer is that muslims are in a stage of recovery."
That's so absurd it would be laughable if it weren't so warped. Recovery? They get more violent, intolerant, and barbaric by the day!
Sorry Shakeel, you're just not up to the task of debating this stuff. You simply lack free thought and clear vision. You lose.
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