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    (Original post by The Epicurean)
    I must say it is rather amusing to see QE2 of all people being called out for being an apologist. It isn't a comment I often hear.
    Yep. Made me reasses my entire position!
    Then I looked at what I had written and realised that TT had misunderstood me.
    Phew!
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    (Original post by Rk2k14)
    Education for you
    To be fair, it's mostly trending because of people complaining about the hashtag.
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    Minority of Muslims

    Perversion of Islam

    White Christians also commit crime
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    (Original post by Frank Underwood)


    And there's no actual evidence that millions and millions of Muslims support their actions.
    Apart from all the surveys that have been done.

    Funny you take the word of ONE person as gospel yet dismiss the thousands of others that don't conform to your opinions
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    (Original post by BaconandSauce)
    Apart from all the surveys that have been done.

    Funny you take the word of ONE person as gospel yet dismiss the thousands of others that don't conform to your opinions
    Show me something that shows that millions of Muslims worldwide are terrorists then.
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    (Original post by democracyforum)
    Minority of Muslims

    Perversion of Islam

    White Christians also commit crime
    You forgot not true moslams

    it is a religion of peace
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    (Original post by NickLCFC)
    To be fair, it's mostly trending because of people complaining about the hashtag.
    A quick click on the hashtag confirms this. Kind of ironic isn't it.
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    (Original post by Frank Underwood)
    Show me something that shows that millions of Muslims worldwide are terrorists then.
    You have already been informed in a previous post (but you've moved the goal posts again as the initial claim was 'support for')

    you ignored it then why would now be any different?
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    (Original post by Frank Underwood)
    There are extremist Muslims and non-extremist Muslims. What's the issue here?
    This division depends on your definition of "extreme".

    And there's no actual evidence that millions and millions of Muslims support their actions.
    Google "Pew Research survey Muslims"
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    (Original post by BaconandSauce)
    You have already been informed in a previous post (but you've moved the goal posts again as the initial claim was 'support for'

    you ignored it then why would now be any different?
    So no source then?

    That's a shame, I was looking forward to dismantling the daily mail / daily express article you were bound to send me.
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    (Original post by Feel Tha Bern)
    They won't go to Syria because this is a war weary nation.
    Funny, I could've sworn that several of my former colleagues in the RAF were conducting operations over Syria as we speak.

    I shall have to inform them they've been imagining the whole thing.
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    (Original post by QE2)
    Yep. Made me reasses my entire position!
    Then I looked at what I had written and realised that TT had misunderstood me.
    Phew!
    You Islamophobic Islam apologist!

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    (Original post by NickLCFC)
    I've seen reports suggesting 11 deaths. Sky News just reported that 'Arabic shouting' and gunshots were heard before the explosion. I'd bet my life on it that this is another Islamic terror attack.
    There's nothing "islamic" about a terror attack
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    (Original post by QE2)
    This division depends on your definition of "extreme".

    Google "Pew Research survey Muslims"
    That's funny, I googled it and I got this:

    http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank...dain-for-isis/

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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    Back in the camps, back in the country.
    Seems strange. Are the camps safe? Then why would the capable men in the family leave? If they are not safe, why did the mothers and fathers act how you would expect - do whatever they can to give their children the best chance?

    Really, part of the answer is, of course, many men weren't from Syria. Didn't have kids in a war zone but we're economic migrants from other areas.

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    (Original post by NK18444)
    There's nothing "islamic" about a terror attack
    Apart from the small issue that it was Muslims that carried out the terror attack.
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    inb4 they're not real Muslims
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    (Original post by BaconandSauce)
    You forgot not true moslams

    it is a religion of peace
    You disappoint me:

    Religion of Peace™

    One cannot forget the trademark.
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    So,is there one big terrorist ring in molenbeek? Or different splinter groups?
    probably one main ring

    however, it is a tightly-knit community (most of Moroccan origin) where family ties, regional origin, religious affinity ensure that jihadis enjoy some solidarity and can somehow survive, at least for some time

    the only solution available for the police is to try and infiltrate the extremist milieu : but even more important would be a strong, effective mobilisation by the Muslim community, on the lines of "not in my name", which would dry up the pond where jihadis swim

    until that happens, terrorists may manage to survive
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    I'm quite honestly surprised that not a single SJW has created a thread asking why we are so outraged over this Brussels attack when it happens daily in parts of the developing world.
 
 
 
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