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    Shall we play a game of "guess the religion" ?
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    (Original post by swiss_cheese)
    you're a disgusting person
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    (Original post by TercioOfParma)
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    Please refrain from using such gun related terminology. It could be very upsetting to the victims of gun violence.
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    (Original post by Wōden)
    Please refrain from using such gun related terminology. It could be very upsetting to the victims of gun violence.
    #BanAssaultTriggers
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    Apparently on German TV it was a 17 year old Afghan

    did they shoot him dead or nah, police not commenting :nothing:
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    (Original post by fg45344)
    Will be bad if this is ISIS related, terrorist acts seem to be a daily occurrence now. Thank god we left the EU and have that english channel between us and france. All that mass migration caused this, some bad guys snuck in and now look what is happening.

    The only way to sort ISIS out is another full scale invasion of iraq....should have kept saddam in power now if you look back. The rise of ISIS is the fault of the west.
    No.. more wars in the middle east will just make things less stable and more extreme. ISIS might be defeated, and then something even worse will just take over. Something truly from the depths of hell.

    Places like Syria or Iraq were oppressive sure before bombing, but stable and relatively safe compared to today. What the West needs to do is just close the borders. It is the only way.
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    We live in a messed up world. :sigh:
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    (Original post by JeremyHunt)
    Apparently on German TV it was a 17 year old Afghan

    did they shoot him dead or nah, police not commenting :nothing:
    What a surprise :grr:
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    (Original post by fg45344)
    Will be bad if this is ISIS related, terrorist acts seem to be a daily occurrence now. Thank god we left the EU and have that english channel between us and france. All that mass migration caused this, some bad guys snuck in and now look what is happening.

    The only way to sort ISIS out is another full scale invasion of iraq....should have kept saddam in power now if you look back. The rise of ISIS is the fault of the west.
    Leaving the EU won't protect us from terrorists. Anybody wanting to enter the UK requires travel documents and proper identification as we aren't in Schengen. A terrorist who wants to come into the UK will face the same difficulty in passing through borders now and when/if we leave the EU.
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    Refugee/economic migrant or German citizen?
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    (Original post by Fugggggg :DDD)
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    I'm sure he was Hindu.
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    Nothing to do with Islm
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    The Bavarian Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann ( CSU ) confirmed the "BR", that it was the offender is a 17-year-old Afghan who had come as an unaccompanied refugee to Germany. For two weeks, he should have been placed in a foster family. He previously said to have lived in a Kolping home.
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    (Original post by BobSausage)
    Don't you see? This is what the extremists want. They are trying to create a divide between peaceful Muslims and Non-Muslim communities, which makes it easier for them to extremise the younger generations being shunned by the rest of society as a result of the extremist's actions. So instead of complaining about it go and grab ye-self a Muslim buddy and prove to the extremist scum we are a unified nation and will not be torn apart by their supposed 'terror tactics' they are spineless enough that they have to attack civilians rather than anyone armed, because they know they would lose, and if we stand against them in ideology and in practice we can stop them. So yes, there are some peaceful Muslims , embrace them and make them feel welcome and they're less likely to be extremists.
    100% agree
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    (Original post by Fugggggg :DDD)
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    Fake. Thats not the attacker.
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    (Original post by MildredMalone)
    Shall we play a game of "guess the religion" ?
    Why?
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    (Original post by Fugggggg :DDD)
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    He is not 17!
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    I don't get it. The 17 year old was a refugee. He got an amazing opportunity to live in Germany and then betrays the German people.
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    (Original post by Craig1998)
    Welcome to TSR! Where idiots will blame Islam for almost anything.

    I hope this is an isolated incident and hope anybody injured makes a speedy recovery, you clearly cant be safe anywhere nowadays.
    Well he was shouting "
    Allahu Akbar"

    I guess he must have been a native European that's just happened to have heard that somewhere.


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