Catholic Church in Baghdad, Iraq attacked, 52 killed.
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Y'all just don't understand those peaceful moose-limbs.
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(11-01-2010, 12:52 PM)Petertherock Wrote: Anything from Rome or are they still mad about Halloween or are they baptizing Bart Simpson?

Yes.

They are going to try another dialogue technique.
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#13
At least when Saddam Hussein was in power, the Christians in Iraq were protected. It was a tightly controlled secular state in which Saddam had these Islamic fanatics on a leash. Ever since the war, Chaldean Catholics and Christians have been fleeing Iraq because of Islam and the violence.

We gave the Muslims the "gift" of democracy and they turned around and created an Islamic state with an Islmic Constitution. Used the democratic mechanism to create their Islamic republic in which the Shia Muslims triumphed and started persecuting religious minorities.
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(11-01-2010, 03:31 PM)SaintRafael Wrote: At least when Saddam Hussein was in power, the Christians in Iraq were protected. It was a tightly controlled secular state in which Saddam had these Islamic fanatics on a leash. Ever since the war, Chaldean Catholics and Christians have been fleeing Iraq because of Islam and the violence.

We gave the Muslims the "gift" of democracy and they turned around and created an Islamic state with an Islmic Constitution. Used the democratic mechanism to create their Islamic republic in which the Shia Muslims triumphed and started persecuting religious minorities.

Game, set, match.

I'm sure the Chaldean Catholics would LOVE to thank uber "Christian' W for unleashing Muslim hell on them in the guise of 'democracy'. Then again, evangelical fruitloop armageddonite protties like him and his zionist echo chamber here in the US like Hagee etc etc ad nauseum despise Catholics almost as much as the muzzies, so for them it's a two-fer. And to think there are erstwhile catholics on this board who defend this #@!#@@$, and demand MORE.
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cunctas_haereses Wrote:evangelical fruitloop armageddonite protties

This kind of talk does nothing to futher discussion.

Quote:the muzzies

Ibid.
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(11-01-2010, 06:47 PM)Credo Wrote:
cunctas_haereses Wrote:evangelical fruitloop armageddonite protties

This kind of talk does nothing to futher discussion.

Quote:the muzzies

Ibid.

Credo,

What is your opinion on this whole situation? This cowardly attack against the Holy Catholic Church is but one in a series of attacks against all types of Christians in the Middle East, which cannot be denied. Although Muslims have always persecuted Christians to some degree (even at their most tolerant Christians were thought of as second class and were restricted in terms of worship, gaining converts, etc..), the persecutions are happening much more frequently and violently.  Do you think this is a major school of thought in the Islamic world (violence against Christians and other religious minorities)? I do, but you seem to be up on your Islamic philosophy and ideology and I am curious to hear someone give commentary to what is happening to Christians in Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Egypt....(the list goes on), from more of an Islamic point of view.

Pax,
Hammer
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Yes yes a least under saddam Christian  Assyrian s were forbidding to learn  their language and openly show the culture. But some of saddam highest men were Christians and saddam clearly was a guy us Catholics could work with afer all gassing  the Kurds and killing women and children is well let's let that slide for the sake of this shall we
what's gassing  Kurds and mass graves really?
He was a man all Christians could work with yep  at least under  saddam there  was law and order and protection
yep
oh and uts all bushs fault yep
lol
keep the hits comming
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(11-01-2010, 08:11 PM)devotedknuckles Wrote: Yes yes a least under saddam Christian  Assyrian s were forbidding to learn  their language and openly show the culture. But some of saddam highest men were Christians and saddam clearly was a guy us Catholics could work with afer all gassing  the Kurds and killing women and children is well let's let that slide for the sake of this shall we
what's gassing  Kurds and mass graves really?
He was a man all Christians could work with yep  at least under  saddam there  was law and order and protection
yep
oh and uts all bushs fault yep
lol
keep the hits comming


Haha, i also love when people try to argue that Saddam was good for Christians too.

-Hammer
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(11-01-2010, 08:31 PM)HammerOfHeretics Wrote:
(11-01-2010, 08:11 PM)devotedknuckles Wrote: Yes yes a least under saddam Christian  Assyrian s were forbidding to learn  their language and openly show the culture. But some of saddam highest men were Christians and saddam clearly was a guy us Catholics could work with afer all gassing  the Kurds and killing women and children is well let's let that slide for the sake of this shall we
what's gassing  Kurds and mass graves really?
He was a man all Christians could work with yep  at least under  saddam there  was law and order and protection
yep
oh and uts all bushs fault yep
lol
keep the hits comming


Haha, i also love when people try to argue that Saddam was good for Christians too.

-Hammer

Yeah...and I suppose Osama Bin Laden is just simply misunderstood.

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(11-01-2010, 06:47 PM)Credo Wrote:
cunctas_haereses Wrote:evangelical fruitloop armageddonite protties

This kind of talk does nothing to futher discussion.

Quote:the muzzies

Ibid.

And this post furthered the discussion how?
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