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Not changing the point klew

Reader comment on item: Maj. Nidal Hasan's Islamist Life
in response to reader comment: No awliya, you are changing your point (is that what you call taquiyya?)

Submitted by awliya (Australia), Nov 27, 2009 at 19:18

You're kidding aren't you? Didn't you notice I did say " point proven in taht there may be non violence in the Buddhist teachings BUT human nature follows it's own course" ..

In saying that ANY religion can be used as justification for violence up to and including murder was in response to someone born into the western Abrahamic faith (I'm assuming of course Grand Infidel being of christian/jewish birth) meaning any of the 3 biggest monotheistic religions AND NOT suggesting the eastern religions in that conversation dimwit! :D

YES my point to you is that ANY member of ANY religion can perpetrate violence (no pretending here klew) And that list shows murder/ genocides committed on a massive scale by people who call themselves Buddhist ! YOU brought up the Buddhists and I responded.. Never mind what I've OMITTED klew, lets not concentrate on SEMANTICS ( even though that seems to be all you've got )

No better example of verbal diarrhea than your suggestion of "me crawling back into a cave" ..
It may be better for you to take your little head out of the sand and notice the ever increasing numbers of Muslims in Australia and abroad ! Sorry to say YOU HAVE to deal with it ;))


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