Prominent Muslim Youth Leader charged with possessing £1.5million of cocaine

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(Original post by TheHansa)
Whites are to Muslims what the KKK is too black people?
No, Islamaphobes/hate-mongers are to Muslims, what KKK are to blacks.

Ask any of the above to say good of the other and see what reply you get.
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This is why im an athiest
You don't believe in God on account of one guy who happened to believe in God getting busted for drug dealing?
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Don't bother. It's like telling the KKK to change allegations againsts blacks lol.
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There is nothing wrong with criticising a group of people for the beliefs they hold. However, what you are doing is attributing the actions of people born into a religious culture to the religion, without knowing whether those people are actually Muslims or not. Furthermore, you're taking 'Muslim' to mean anyone who was born to a Muslim family and has a Muslim name as well. It would be like pinning the South American drug cartels on Christianity.

Your main point in the original post makes sense because he was a Muslim youth leader but the rest doesn't really.
which is why the OP said 'muslim descendants' (people who have muslim mums dads or grandparents) and muslim named- people with arabic names which all of these have. I didnt say 'muslims' flat out.
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This is why im an athiest
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which is why the OP said 'muslim descendants' (people who have muslim mums dads or grandparents) and muslim named- people with arabic names which all of these have. I didnt say 'muslims' flat out.
Ah, so basically people who "ethnically" Muslim, sort of?

Anyway, I guess I'll disagree from the information you have provided in this thread. Like you said about the problem of pedophilia only being limited to Catholic priests, this seems to be focused mainly on Pakistanis in the UK. Logically, it would be like saying because of pedophiliac acts committed by Catholic priests, child-molestation is a problem amongst Christians and anyone who was born into a culturally Christian community.
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Look what I found:

http://www.stormfront.org/forum/t889785/


The OP uses the exact same source
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What about the Christian drug dealers ??? 😊
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