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'Islamphobia' is a nonsense term. watch

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    (Original post by Collombia)
    Islam is nonsense anyway.
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    good debate so far
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    pppppp
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    Perversion of Islam
    Religion of Peace
    Anti Muslim backlash
    Nothing to do with Islam
    Diversity is our strength
    Enrichment
    Minority of Muslims
    Victims of a brainwashing cult
    Victims of poverty
    It's 2016 for god's sake !
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    Islamophobia is no longer a word but a movement. A pervasive movement that is even corrupting and poisoning our laws and schools.

    Take a look at what is on the curriculum and tell me that is not indoctrination:

    http://www.srtrc.org/uploaded/ISLAMO...INAL%20PDF.pdf

    > Effective contributors: Learners are challenged tothink of ways to contribute positively as activeparticipants in civic society. Learners areempowered to channel their knowledge intopositive action, which will benefit others in thelocal, national and global communities


    This is not only going to raise legions of SJWs but positive action is doublespeak for affirmative action which they can't see since that's illegal in the UK as it's genuinely racist.

    It has been going on for ages, this strange obsession with Muslims and given them a good image. The extent of this effort is quite incredible and the glaring hypocrisy in all of this is unbelievable. There's more Islamophobiaphobia today than Islamophobia.

    More nonsense...

    http://www.thecordobafoundation.com/...dition%207.PDF

    http://www.insted.co.uk/confronting%20islamophobia.pdf

    http://www.runnymedetrust.org/upload...lamophobia.pdf

    http://www.insted.co.uk/islambook.pdf

    http://www.fairuk.org/docs/islamopho...&%20racism.pdf

    http://www.standuptoracism.org.uk/wp...Prevent-15.pdf
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    (Original post by Collombia)
    Islam is nonsense anyway.
    Can we get amen here. (and more reps)
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    (Original post by Ananaz)
    OP is triggered.
    im not triggeredddddddddd
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    Islamphobia is a term used to silence legitimate criticism of Islam and Muslims, such as this fine example.



    http://www.gazettelive.co.uk/news/te...ms-die-9985403

    As for scrawling it on a Sikh Gurdwara, we can only assume it was dark at the time. An honest mistake, no one is that moronic.
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    the terrorists must have done a good job implanting a fear of a religion into some people's minds.
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    Course it is, ant atheist who intensely dislikes religion of any kind is islamophobic by that definition. Disliking a religion is not phobic, it is ok, we all dislike something
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    I just hate how it is used out of context. I do think that islamphobic is perpetuated by racism sometimes though.
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    Hmmm I wouldn't say that the word that usually describes hate crimes towards innocent Muslims "nonsense".
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    The "Islamophobia isn't a proper word" argument is what you people use when you want to dodge the fact that you're being xenophobic and divisive.
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    (Original post by sainsburys wraps)
    The "Islamophobia isn't a proper word" argument is what you people use when you want to dodge the fact that you're being xenophobic and divisive.
    how so lololol
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    (Original post by The gains kinggg)
    how so lololol
    Every time you people use the "Islamophobic what a stupid word" argument to distract everyone from the fact that you're discriminating against a religion.

    Okay, yes, you're free to criticise religions and in my opinion all religions are stupid in the 21st century, but is running around like a pompous twit spreading hatred towards Muslims the best way to sort out the issues around it?
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    (Original post by sainsburys wraps)
    Every time you people use the "Islamophobic what a stupid word" argument to distract everyone from the fact that you're discriminating against a religion.

    Okay, yes, you're free to criticise religions and in my opinion all religions are stupid in the 21st century, but is running around like a pompous twit spreading hatred towards Muslims the best way to sort out the issues around it?
    If telling the truth leads to hatred, what is wrong with that?
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    (Original post by star80)
    the terrorists must have done a good job implanting a fear of a religion into some people's minds.
    Islam doesn't need terrorists to instill fear; it's pretty clear that it's a hate-filled and violent ideology.
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    (Original post by Aceadria)
    Islam doesn't need terrorists to instill fear; it's pretty clear that it's a hate-filled and violent ideology.
    no it's not, there are over 1.6 billion muslims in the world, if that was the case im sure the world must have ended by now. it's like blaming all the christians for what Hitler did - he was a catholic christian. these terrorists take the name of Islam to fulfill their desires of gaining power and money. religion is just a smokecsreen for them to try and justify what they are doing.
 
 
 
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