I just had a thought about radical Moslems...
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(09-15-2009, 06:26 PM)Zanic Wrote: /It's the idiots who have interpreted their texts wrong that do this, as well as superstition, ignorance and an anger at the inequalities of the world help.

no, the terrorists and suicide bombers are actually the ones who are following the true outlook of islam, and are adhering to the teachings of the quran

(09-15-2009, 06:26 PM)Zanic Wrote: the Muslims are bomb-toting dangerous terrorist about to blow up the 'free-world'

glad you agree.

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(08-27-2009, 10:00 PM)matthew_talbot Wrote: They like to blow themselves up...We like to blow them up...You would think we would get along better with them with so much in common...

Who is this we that likes to blow them up?  Americans?  Catholics?

I see that you write "radical Moslems" in your subject line, but it is my experience that your average Moslem in the street hates radical Islam, and therefore hates Islam period--it being intrinsically "radical" (and satanic in origin).   But the average middle eastern man also hates liberal western values and all of the garbage that comes with it, thus Islam becomes a pretext for a defence against pornography peddling global capitalists.  Of coarse my experience is limited to so-called moderate nations such as Jordan, Palestine, and Egypt so I haven't been on the Saudi street, but my hunch is that many are fat and happy,  motivated by the same carrots as Muhammad himself--sex and power.  Carrots held before them by uncle sam.


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(09-15-2009, 07:55 PM)jovan66102 Wrote: Don't feed the troll!

Jovan, I think such inquires, so long as they are respectful, should be responded to in charity.  Perhaps us Catholics can evangelize the guest so that there will be great joy in Heaven.
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Ohoh...the Charity police :fish:
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(10-13-2009, 06:09 PM)Scipio_a Wrote: Ohoh...the Charity police :fish:

Do you disagree with my statement?  Why?
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(09-15-2009, 06:26 PM)Zanic Wrote: /epic-eyetwitch

Bwaa~aaah?!?!?
Firstly, spell Muslims right in the title,

The correct spelling for Muslim, Moslem, Moham or Mohammedan is....

Nasty nasty.  So there
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(10-13-2009, 06:11 PM)augusztina Wrote:
(10-13-2009, 06:09 PM)Scipio_a Wrote: Ohoh...the Charity police :fish:

Do you disagree with my statement?   Why?


I disagree because love is not always polite...many folks here...usually NOs cry charity every time a discussion gets heated and pointed...Christ kicked the money changers out (literally, with physical force)  this was an act of Charity towards them...and it was not polite...


That said...sugar helps sometimes
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(10-13-2009, 06:15 PM)Scipio_a Wrote:
(10-13-2009, 06:11 PM)augusztina Wrote:
(10-13-2009, 06:09 PM)Scipio_a Wrote: Ohoh...the Charity police :fish:

Do you disagree with my statement?   Why?


I disagree because love is not always polite...many folks here...usually NOs cry charity every time a discussion gets heated and pointed...Christ kicked the money changers out (literally, with physical force)  this was an act of Charity towards them...and it was not polite...


But sincere inquiry deserves a response.  Tell me, am I a NO?  What does that mean?
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(10-13-2009, 06:19 PM)augusztina Wrote: But sincere inquiry deserves a response.  Tell me, am I a NO?  What does that mean?

I said "usually" from NOs...I don't know about you..

Do you really not know that NO is short form for Novus Ordo? 

Yes, sincere inquiry requires some sort of response...but that is a wide field...Jovan  gave a response...deserved

Rosarium gave a response...deserved


That guy did not have a sincere inquiry...he came on making absurd statements about the "religion of peace"  Had he really been interested instead of trying to score points he would have asked

What makes you all think that about mslmism since it is my understanding that...?"
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(10-13-2009, 06:30 PM)Scipio_a Wrote:
(10-13-2009, 06:19 PM)augusztina Wrote: But sincere inquiry deserves a response.  Tell me, am I a NO?  What does that mean?

I said "usually" from NOs...I don't know about you..

Do you really not know that NO is short form for Novus Ordo?   

Yes, sincere inquiry requires some sort of response...but that is a wide field...Jovan   gave a response...deserved

Rosarium gave a response...deserved


That guy did not have a sincere inquiry...he came on making absurd statements about the "religion of peace"   Had he really been interested instead of trying to score points he would have asked

What makes you all think that about mslmism since it is my understanding that...?"

I asked what  *A* NO was.  As in "he is *A* NO."

The inquirers language is the language of ignorance, which he has heard and does not understand.  Usually, in my experience, one who claims to be an atheist is a seeker who does not know what to believe so he settles for nothing.  How will he understand without a teacher?  Shouldn't a place like FE be the place to come for an inquirer?


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