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mat 25:40

'as you did it to one of the least of these my brethren, you did it to me.'


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Guest 04-Sep-2004 18:54
Jim Nuchols reminds me Hamurabi and his Laws...
Megan 15-Aug-2004 18:59
I spent four months in India and never did I feel in danger of being threatened or killed. I met many Muslims. In fact I attended a Muslim school and I met many friends who I hope to keep in touch with for years to come.
Guest 12-Aug-2004 20:53
Well said Lou. It seems Europe is getting less and less tolerant of religeous freedoms.
Lou Giroud11-Aug-2004 08:45
Nothing in the holly cuoran has never related to kill anyone. Cuoran is not a religion but a sane life guide made to guide people to live in a safe and sane way in desertic regions. When muslims live in a coountry whre democracy and freedom is established and brainwashing by extreme ayatollas is forbidden and closly controled, like in Malaysia, for example, the relation among muslims and other ethnic groups is without problems.
Religions and there extreme forms can only take place where people are poor and intentionaly kept poor and uninstructed and where the political power is left to the religious instances.
In most muslim countries in the arabian part of the world, power is given to the religious immams by the rich minority at the head of the country. In that way, the rich have there peace and the country stays at a level of mind an dinstruction found 2500 years ago on earth. This is the only way to correctly execute brain washing and make the crowd run the way and the direction the religious ectremes want them to go.
Some people still want to make Isalm be a credible religion, but who believes in civilized world. When ever it makes boum and something is blown up somewhere the word Islam is involved. Realy not a bargain for those many muslims who live there life in dignity and peace.
We suffer a lot from muslim presence in Europe and it is a pitty that the real nice and good among them suffer from the extreme majority of them we could see every day here on our streets and which are spitting at our fet and behind our backs are showing us the arm of honour or stinkfinger. No wonder that extreme rights are getting more and more powerful at every polling.
cat 23-May-2004 05:32
i live in a country made up of 3 main ethnic groups. 70% are Moslems, the rest are Buddhists/Hindus/Christians etc. I am a minority in my country, but we've been here for 4 generations.
in our last election a couple of months back, EVERYONE voted resoundingly for a secular and democratic government. The Moslem party almost lost everything. So far, everyone is happy with the job done by our present government.

While some people think that Moslems wouldnt hesitate to kill in the name of Allah, are they any different, when they themselves do not hesitate to kill/maim/torture for their president?
i'm glad and proud that my country had nothing to do with these criminal activities.
Jim Nuchols 23-May-2004 02:21
I'm sick of people whining about how bad those prisoners were treated (and they shouldn't have done what they did) and nobody is talking about how those ragheads want all of us infidels killed. They ARE NEVER going to be our friends because their religion is one of hate. I have drank a many a beer with Muslims and one thing they all have in common is that they will become good Muslims whenever they are called upon to do so. They will cut your Western European and American throats in a heartbeat. I know they are not all such violent people, but the ones who are not are at least a little amused when an American bites the dust at the hand of a good Koran thumper. OK, your art made a statement, but it doesn't tell me anything other than people want to believe that Americans are cold blooded and the Iraqi resistance is the poor underdog. I think I'm gonna go buy one of those hybrid cars now so I gotta go.
Snapping Turtle23-May-2004 01:09
Well presented. The Iraqi prisoner however was threatened that he will be shocked if he stepped down. Unfortunately Jesus cannot step down here.
Guest 22-May-2004 21:10
Very well stated, Erich! Really well done.
What a shame ... what a shame!
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