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Well you kind of did - Look to the real world Faisal

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Submitted by PCMadness (New Zealand), May 28, 2006 at 22:59

"Submitted by Faisal, May 27, 2006 at 15:42

No female wants to be a single mom as u r saying now , just ask them what is in real for them and how hard is this for that kid to grow up without a father , chioce or exploitation ? "

This sounds more like your opinion than reality. There are women who want a child in their life but not a man. I admit I don't necessarily agree with it, but it certainly is the case. With the financial support available to mothers through the state welfare systems it is now more manageable to raise a child alone. I don't mean that it is extremely widespread but it is certainly happening. But you still incinuate they are wrong. What would you do? lock them up?

"till now i dont understand why peoples in the west try to seperate the religion from state when it comes on social issue. why double standards with Commandments of God with worldly freedom ?"

Which laws or commandments in particular are you commenting on? The laws of the land are based on at least half of the 10 commandments. Look, in order to break down the boundaries of race,color,creed and orientation laws have had to passed for equality for all. noone can offend anyone these days can they, otherwise groups with the loudest mouths start shooting them off.


"I reckon it's time we stopped compromising and started imposing a few boundaries" about this i just want to say it have been started in urs part long time back , and the recent example is the shooting of a black female in belgium and there are many more cases like this .

Don't know what this means?????

"as you said " Homosexuality and lesbianism are as old as prostitution,which is the oldest profession, in fact as old as humanity itself, except prostitution is a choice. Most people don't have much choice over their sexuality." but atleast this was not so opened as it is now that bills are passed ."

See above.....wot about the poor gays and lesbians, are they not human? Or are they too human for Islam?

"You say that u believe in Lord but in real there is no place of religion in urs life ."

Really?? Do you even know what religion I am? It is also not for you to say whether or not I have a place for religion in my life. On judgement day I will be judged on my life and all that matters to me is that I have lived a good life. I am not worried of the outcome, as long as you can say the same.

"Judiasm , Christianity and Islam have the same basic believes and the same commandments , here its u who wants to go away from religion and critize those who follow the commandment of Lord by saying that we are in dictatorial religion."

Well no, not really. If Christian doctrine and Christian law was enforced in the west other religions would not have the same freedoms they have now, to build mosques and synagogues etc. see my last post.

"Sin is Sin dont try to justify it by urs empty pride of western world ."

Sin is sin, but sin is also a choice. If you choose to sin then you will be judged. If you are brought up well and live by the integrity instilled by your parents and your religion, what do you have to fear.

I'll tell you....you are afraid that you are weak and will succumb to bad things around you.

The thing is, what you are striving for does not even work. The most controlled Islamic states are as corrupt as the rest of the world.

I'll leave you with a little statistic or two from google trends. See the link for the full story. here is a snip. It highlights what I already knew.........

"Question: the citizens of which countries are most likely to go searching for "sex" via Google?

Answer: on the face of it, those countries where discussion of sex is most keenly suppressed, and those going through the first flush of mass internet use.

So – by a mile – Pakistan leads the count, followed by Egypt, Iran, Vietnam, India, Indonesia, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Poland and Romania.

The information comes from Google Trends, a new feature of the search company's experimental Google Labs section. Google Trends looks at two things in compiling such lists. First, it looks at a sample of all Google searches to find the countries that generate the most searches for a given term. The resulting list is then ranked according to the ratio of total searches from that country accounted for by the search term in question.

So Pakistan generates both a substantial number of searches for "sex" and a higher ratio of queries for "sex" relative to its total number of searches than any other country.

"Love" is clearly a different matter altogether. Only one country, India, appears on both top 10 lists. The highest proportion of searches for "love" comes from the Philippines – more than three times as many as the runner-up, Australia. In descending order, the rest of the list is Britain, the US, Canada, India, Thailand, New Zealand, Belgium, Sweden."

http://www.listener.co.nz/issue/3446/columnists/6156/try_ardour.html


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