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phonetics, inquisition is a thing of the past, islamism is the present

Reader comment on item: How to End Terrorism:
in response to reader comment: retrospect yourself

Submitted by susan (Italy), Dec 14, 2006 at 14:41

"Do not confuse the majority with the minority. You are perhaps more inclined to speak of Iranian, Afgan, Middle Eastern Muslims who are engaged in terrorism? What about the rest of the 1.3 billion? Do you really think it is the same all over? How naive... Perhaps I should start thinking of all catholics as Inquisitors from now on... How vulgar..."

I don't confuse minority with majority. 40% of british muslims (born and raised in UK) favour sharia.

40% is a hell of a HIGH number, I'd say close to being the majority.

So YOU are confusing numbers. I can grant you there's a 0.0000000000001% of moderates tho.

And your muslim mentality of tu quoque and blame the others cannot fail to bring idiotic comparisons.

The inquisition laster for a brief period of time, it was a tribunal of the church, not of every single christian performing his "justice". Unlike muslims that perform justice themselves regardless of laws.

Secondly, bring one example of a catholic doing something negative in a muslim country. I can bring you thousand links of how your fellow muslims are filling up jails in the west.


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