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    Lets deal with your arguments one by one. After all, if you are correct your arguments should be able to withstand the simplest of scrutiny, right?

    Well Obama's immigration policy for the refugees allowing in 97% Muslim and only 3% Christian
    Refugees are those fleeing war, etc. What areas are currently engulfed in war? Syria and Iraq, mainly. Christians comprise less than 1% of the population of Iraq, so if there was a fair system of accepting refugees we would expect around 1% of refugees from Iraq to be Christian. The fact this is 3% is, therefore, to be expected.

    I agree that a case could be made for the West, not just the USA, to do more to help those facing persecution in the ME, but this would include homosexuals, Bahais and not just Christians. And this is certainly not evidence that Obama is a Muslim.

    along with the fact that his father was a muslim
    Source? I doubt it, seeing as his father was never a Muslim (his grandfather, however, was), he was an Anglican from a young age and later became an atheist. Furthermore, his mother, Ann Dunham, was agnostic at best.

    My source: http://content.time.com/time/magazin...546298,00.html

    and how I provided you with a video showing that he is a muslim but swiftly changed his tune as he always does.
    Read: a video where he misspoke and accidentally said "Muslim faith" instead of "Christian faith", and corrected himself immediately.

    I've proved my point.
    You have done no such thing.
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    Lets deal with your arguments one by one. After all, if you are correct your arguments should be able to withstand the simplest of scrutiny, right?


    Refugees are those fleeing war, etc. What areas are currently engulfed in war? Syria and Iraq, mainly. Christians comprise less than 1% of the population of Iraq, so if there was a fair system of accepting refugees we would expect around 1% of refugees from Iraq to be Christian. The fact this is Christian is, therefore, to be expected.



    I agree that a case could be made for the West, not just the USA, to do more to help those facing persecution in the ME, but this would include homosexuals, Bahais and not just Christians. And this is certainly not evidence that Obama is a Muslim.


    Source? I doubt it, seeing as his father was never a Muslim (his grandfather, however, was), he was an Anglican from a young age and later became an atheist. Furthermore, his mother, Ann Dunham, was agnostic at best.

    My source: http://content.time.com/time/magazin...546298,00.html



    Read: a video where he accidentally misspoke and accidentally said "Muslim faith" instead of "Christian faith", and he corrected himself immediately.

    Yes because the words Muslim and Christians can be mistaken. Hahaha


    You have done no such thing.

    Refugees are those fleeing war, etc. What areas are currently engulfed in war? Syria and Iraq, mainly. Christians comprise less than 1% of the population of Iraq, so if there was a fair system of accepting refugees we would expect around 1% of refugees from Iraq to be Christian. The fact this is Christian is, therefore, to be expected.That is a blatant LIE. There are a large amount of Christians getting persecuted in the Middle east the number given by the United nations under their High commissioner for Refugees state that"Roughly 16 percent of Iraqi refugees who have registered with the UNHCR are Christians, officials noted — far higher than the roughly 1 percent of Iraq that is Christian.


    "Yet only 2.4% of them are taken into Europe or America. I see you've done ZERO research on the matter.http://thehill.com/policy/national-s...yrian-refugees




    LOL, You literally have done Zero research on this as well.http://mobile.wnd.com/2015/06/israel...rack_Obama,_Sr."


    As a young man, Barack Obama's father Onyango had traveled widely, enlisting in the British colonial forces and visiting Europe, India, and Zanzibar. There, Onyango converted from Roman Catholicism to Islam and took the name Hussein. He became a cook for missionaries and local herbalist in Nairobi."

    :rofl::rofl::rofl:
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    As a young man, Barack Obama's father Onyango had traveled widely, enlisting in the British colonial forces and visiting Europe, India, and Zanzibar. There, Onyango converted from Roman Catholicism to Islam and took the name Hussein. He became a cook for missionaries and local herbalist in Nairobi."
    Barack Obama's father is called Barack Obama Snr. Onyango was his father's father. :facepalm:
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    (Original post by AJ KO)
    Barack Obama's father is called Barack Obama Snr. Onyango was his father's father. :facepalm:
    Read the link about his Islamic lineage
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    Read the link about his Islamic lineage
    Religion is not race; it's not hereditary, thus 'lineage' is irrelevant.

    Even if it is relevant, why is it only relevant for his grandfather, not his mother (or grandmother, etc)? :rolleyes:
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    You never know. This could have been on facebook or something and then passed on to the news.
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    Anyone. And this is coming from the heart.


    Anyone, whose even spent as little as an hour researching 9/11 would know for a fact that those buildings were controlled demolition.
    I didn't really make a point... it was a joke. never mind let's leave it.


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    I never said that only Christian Immigrants were allowed,
    I know you didn't but how does that make one a Muslim and not a Christian is what I was trying to establish

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    What I did say was how nobody finds it suspicious how he allowed a 97% Islamic immigration,
    I'm sure many people find this suspicious. But this is irrelevant, regardless of one's views on immigration, this does not make Obama a Muslim. With that criteria, Angela Merkel would be a Muslim ... and Jewish rabbis, and the Church of England and the Christian socialist party... and Tony Blair.


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    has an islamic lineage
    I forgot Islam was hereditary and there was an "Islam gene"... Many people turned from Islam to Jesus and vice versa.

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    and also never raised awareness to how Soldiers in Afghanistan were instructed to burn their Bibles as not to upset the muslims there,
    I don't approve of this, but I want to point out that Lord Herbert Kitchener stopped Christian missionaries in Egypt from converting Muslims to Christianity - mainly because he felt there was no need (not to mention, counterproductive) to upset the locals... he wasn't a Muslim

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    but called a conference and made a speech calling the act of burning a Qur'an which was done by a pastor in 2011, as "disgraceful"
    So has every person who identifies with what is called a "regressive"... still not a Muslim.

    Again, irrelevant. Regardless of what your views on immigration are, this does not make him a Muslim...
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    Religion is not race; it's not hereditary, thus 'lineage' is irrelevant.

    Even if it is relevant, why is it only relevant for his grandfather, not his mother (or grandmother, etc)? :rolleyes:
    I never said Religion was a race, so stop with the smears.

    All I'm saying is that His grandfather was a devout muslim, and I haven't seen any convincing evidence to show me that he is in fact a Christian.

    I also like how you kept quiet on the Migration issue, don't argue about stuff you have no clue on mate.
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    I never said Religion was a race, so stop with the smears.

    All I'm saying is that His grandfather was a devout muslim, and I haven't seen any convincing evidence to show me that he is in fact a Christian.
    As you agree Islam is not a race and is thus not hereditary, how, then is the religion of his grandfather provide evidence of his religion? And why is his grandfather's religion relevant to this end, but not parents' (as both of his parents were atheists)?
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    (Original post by AJ KO)
    As you agree Islam is not a race and is thus not hereditary, how, then is the religion of his grandfather provide evidence of his religion? Especially as both of his parents were atheists.

    I was just listing some of his family members, that are muslim and how there isn't any single credible source that proves to me that he is infact a christian, and his constitutional fallacies and immigration policies suggests that he is anything other than Christian.
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    I was just listing some of his family members, that are muslim and how there isn't any single credible source that proves to me that he is infact a christian
    By "some of his family members" you mean one grandfather, conveniently ignoring the fact both of his parents were atheists. Hmm...

    , and his constitutional fallacies and immigration policies suggests that he is anything other than Christian.
    Your assertion was that he is a Muslim. You have utterly failed to provide even one iota of evidence capable of withstanding the most facile of scrutiny to support this assertion.
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    To be fair, this attitude exemplifies perfectly the point that other poster made about you - that your concerns/agenda/cares are not for what's just, what's right, what's charitable or best for humanity or helping out the least fortunate. It's just Arab supremacy. Which is fine; there's nothing wrong with that. The furthering of your own people - especially at the expense of other groups - is the normal and natural position to take for all of history. But don't try to make out like it's anything else. Some altruist cause. Just don't expect non-Arabs to support it as it doesn't make sense for them to.
    What are you even talking about? Who mentioned anything about 'arabs'? I was talking about raising my kids in a Christian household..nothing to do with culture. I didn't realise that wanting to raise your kids with Christian values has anything to do with Arab supremacy :dontknow: I see no link between the two :confused:

    I don't know what 'causes' you're talking about...
    I've given in charity to both Arabs and non Arabs and many other noble causes so I don't know what you're getting at.
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    By "some of his family members" you mean one grandfather, conveniently ignoring the fact both of his parents were atheists. Hmm...


    Your assertion was that he is a Muslim. You have utterly failed to provide even one iota of evidence capable of withstanding the most facile of scrutiny to support this assertion.
    The video about him mixing up two incompletely ambiguous terms "Christian" and "Muslim" which you stupidly believe was made by accident even though the two words sound nothing like each other is my strongest evidence of this. The man's life history is scare, we can't really find too much on him, even his country of origin is still widely speculated. Along with the fact that his first public interview after being inducted as president was on an Islamic owned channel. Al Jazera.

    You probably didn't even know this.
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    The video about him mixing up two incompletely ambiguous terms "Christian" and "Muslim" which you stupidly believe was made by accident even though the two words sound nothing like each other is my strongest evidence of this.
    That says it all...

    even his country of origin is still widely speculated.
    Only by Stormfront users.

    Along with the fact that his first public interview after being inducted as president was on an Islamic owned channel. Al Jazera.

    You probably didn't even know this.
    You mean Al-Arabiya... :facepalm:
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    That says it all...


    Only by Stormfront users.


    You mean Al-Arabiya... :facepalm:
    Arabiya.

    Yes.


    You have any reason why the communist did that?
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    You have any reason why the communist did that?
    Because he's a Wahhabi Muslim, obviously. :facepalm2:
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    Because he's a Wahhabi Muslim, obviously. :facepalm2:
    Starting sentences with 'Because' shows your level of intelligence.


    And what does his socialist actions have to do with his religion now?
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    Arabiya.

    Yes.


    You have any reason why the communist did that?
    'Murica: land of the free, home of the brave...

    where centre/centre-right policies are considered communist...
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    'Murica: land of the free, home of the brave...

    where centre/centre-right policies are considered communist...
    More like, Land of the FEE, and home of the Slave.


    Obama, f*ing Nationalised 2 out of the 6 sectors America generally benefit economically from.

    Healthcare, and the Car industry (General motors).

    And also passed 225 executive orders.
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    Obama, f*ing Nationalised 2 out of the 6 sectors America generally benefit economically from.

    Healthcare, and the Car industry (General motors).
    This is really derailing the thread (so sorry mods :sorry:) but how in your opinion is giving free healthcare to those who would struggle to afford it/couldn't afford it at all, a bad thing?
 
 
 
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