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    That is a great record to have. I'd put it on the UG leaflets
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    Now there's something to put on my CV.
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    Forget UoL, Oxbridge is probably responsible for the greatest amount of deaths.

    Lenin went to Geneva university too.


    But anyway yeah there are more Muslims in London and at the unis here so more of what you would call "terrorists" around. I hardly see how the LSE guy, who isnt a lecturer, just a postgrad, is a terrorist. Thats just a load of daily fail crap.
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    (Original post by Mc'Lovin)
    Why? You are a Muslim you might as well contribute to the discussion, Instead of writing one word replies.
    just because he's Muslim doesn't mean he's obligated to give his views.
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    (Original post by Dreizhen)
    just because he's Muslim doesn't mean he's obligated to give his views.
    Yes, I know but it would of been more appropriate.
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    There isn't a course you can take there such as; Terrorist studies BA.

    It's just the communities that surround the uni. Not the actual university.
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    (Original post by Haft_Hasht_Shish)
    Lets not kid ourselves. Take away peoples motivations, biases and prejudices when making their argument, as well as a proper definition of what terrorism actually constitutes (which is immensely difficult by the way), the majority of the acts of terror worldwide are committed by Muslims, those who profess to be Muslims and/or follow literal, radical, Islamist teachings (Syed Qutb/Sayyed Imam Al-Sharif aka Dr Fadl).

    If people were to argue the core cause of terrorism is religion = I'd say NO. The academics, the evidence and the practicioners on the ground who are countering the threat will agree with me. Fact.
    http://www.loonwatch.com/2010/01/ter...8loonwatch.com

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    (Original post by Mc'Lovin)
    http://www.loonwatch.com/2010/01/ter...8loonwatch.com

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    not really. There are two arguments going on: the number of attacks and the number of deaths.

    its true, that by number of attacks muslim terrorism is comparatively small.
    but by death count , they definately cause the most damage.

    edit:also, as the poster said, it is difficult to define what terrorism is. that makes statistics like those quoted very shaky.
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    (Original post by Haft_Hasht_Shish)
    Lets not kid ourselves. Take away peoples motivations, biases and prejudices when making their argument, as well as a proper definition of what terrorism actually constitutes (which is immensely difficult by the way), the majority of the acts of terror worldwide are committed by Muslims, those who profess to be Muslims and/or follow literal, radical, Islamist teachings (Syed Qutb/Sayyed Imam Al-Sharif aka Dr Fadl).
    I see you are forgetting the continuous terrorism taking place in Palestine??? Since the 1940s, mostly Muslim Palestinians have been massacred by mainly Jewish (they're not muslim btw) "Israelis". But the few terrorist attacks (few compared to the ones in Palestine) carried out by Muslim terrorists have made the word terrorist synonymous with the words Islamist and Islam.
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    (Original post by morecambebay)
    not really. There are two arguments going on: the number of attacks and the number of deaths.

    its true, that by number of attacks muslim terrorism is comparatively small.
    but by death count , they definitely cause the most damage.

    edit:also, as the poster said, it is difficult to define what terrorism is. that makes statistics like those quoted very shaky.
    He wasn't referring to the death count,he was referring to the assertion that all terrorists are Muslims. And the death count clearly doesn't correlate with the number of attacks
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    (Original post by Diaz89)
    He wasn't referring to the death count,he was referring to the assertion that all terrorists are Muslims. And the death count clearly doesn't correlate with the number of attacks
    no ****.

    I was pointing out that when people say 'most terrorists are muslim' what they usually mean is 'muslim terrorists cause the most damage so it is most important to cambat them'.

    Nobody has said that ALL terrorists are muslim. If you are going to correct somebody atleast make sure that you get things right yourself.


    It seems like you agree that muslim terrorists cause the highest death count, would you not agree then that they are the most important to combat?
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    Well, London is a very big place and there are a lot of universities in London. If you're just taking university educated terrorists then there might be more than say in another capital city with fewer universities. :dontknow:
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    (Original post by morecambebay)
    no ****.

    I was pointing out that when people say 'most terrorists are muslim' what they usually mean is 'muslim terrorists cause the most damage so it is most important to cambat them'.
    Again that wasn't his point. His point was that most terrorist attacks are committed by Muslims then you go on to say "uh that doesn'tz matterz you haz to look at tha numberz" :rolleyes:

    Nobody has said that ALL terrorists are muslim. If you are going to correct somebody atleast make sure that you get things right yourself.
    Seeing as you didn't even understand what the other user meant you are no position to say this.

    It seems like you agree that muslim terrorists cause the highest death count, would you not agree then that they are the most important to combat?
    It seems you don't know half the **** you read or say
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    (Original post by Diaz89)
    Again that wasn't his point. His point was that most terrorist attacks are committed by Muslims then you go on to say "uh that doesn'tz matterz you haz to look at tha numberz" :rolleyes:



    Seeing as you didn't even understand what the other user meant you are no position to say this.



    It seems you don't know half the **** you read or say
    you are purposely ignoring what I say. Stop acting ******* stupid. Im not playing this game with you.
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    It's in London; it's not the institute's fault.
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    (Original post by morecambebay)
    not really. There are two arguments going on: the number of attacks and the number of deaths.

    its true, that by number of attacks muslim terrorism is comparatively small.
    but by death count , they definitely cause the most damage.


    edit:also, as the poster said, it is difficult to define what terrorism is. that makes statistics like those quoted very shaky.
    Again, take Israel for example, who have been massacring hundreds of thousands of Palestinians since the 1940s, but still the Muslim terrorists who have killed in the hundreds are suddenly bigger killers in terms of the death toll.
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    (Original post by JohnnytheFox)
    Perhaps. But we're talking about islamic terrorists here and personally, I don't know any muslims studying music or art.

    The majority of muslim students will study rigorously academic subjects like science, maths, engineering etc. and I'm pretty sure that the UoL institutions combined still has a higher number of science, maths, engineering etc. students than anywhere else.

    It's like when people say there's more crime in London than anywhere else. That's pretty obviously the case, as it also has a population about ten times the size of other UK cities.
    Crime statistics are per capita, and LSE specialises in social sciences.
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    A sewer attracts rats - and London has certainly transformed into one.
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    (Original post by El Gennaro)
    Again, take Israel for example, who have been massacring hundreds of thousands of Palestinians since the 1940s, but still the Muslim terrorists who have killed in the hundreds are suddenly bigger killers in terms of the death toll.
    muslim terrorists have gon well beyond the hundreds. thousands died on 9/11 alone.
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    (Original post by Mc'Lovin)
    http://www.loonwatch.com/2010/01/ter...8loonwatch.com

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    Owned? Did you even read the statistics before you posted that link? That article referred to Europe and the United States. Did you even read my clear (it seems not clear enough) qualification: "proper definition of what terrorism actually constitutes (which is immensely difficult by the way)"?
 
 
 
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