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in response to reader comment: phonetics, inquisition is a thing of the past, islamism is the present

Submitted by phonetics (Indonesia), Dec 15, 2006 at 03:05

"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. If you get your mathematics straight that would mean that there are 60% that DON'T and then you'd have to add the other muslims living in other parts of the world... out of 1.3 billion... hmmm... how much does that constitute?

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

So YOU are confusing numbers (please read the above). I can grant you there's a 0.0000000000001% of moderates tho. (again, please read above)

And your muslim mentality of tu quoque (well, the same could be said of you) and blame the others (who am I blaming btw? Is factual evidence throughout history now a blame?) cannot fail to bring idiotic comparisons (Argument for arguments sake? how about factually stating what it is that is an idiotic comparison?)

The inquisition laster for a brief period of time (and that makes it okay?Or does it make it untouchable for learning purposes?), it was a tribunal of the church, not of every single christian performing his "justice" (no one was talking about every single christian, perhaps just more than 40%, afterall the church did need witnesses and accusers). Unlike muslims that perform justice themselves regardless of laws (justice themselves? again statement without proof. And all of them do this? 1.3 bilion murderers and bombers... my, my, no wonder you're afraid).

Secondly, bring one example of a catholic doing something negative in a muslim country (Now this ones laughable, you should come to asia sometime, or perhaps you could just watch southpark, it has a fine little serial where the missionaries are everywhere and the little ethiopian starvin marvin tries to get away from them, but thats ficiton. Perhaps you could join me on my trip to Eritrea and see for yourself? But this does not mean I believe all catholics to be evil. I just believe that all men and women have a capability to be evil but they can also choose not to be regardless of religion). I can bring you thousand links of how your fellow muslims are filling up jails in the west (Of course you can, and I can bring up a thousand links where there are fundamentalist christians, jews, hindu's, etc who are in jail on accounts of extremism, but you just wouldn't get the point. There are a lot of bad paople out there, just don't start a Crusade on account of prejudice).

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