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    (Original post by viddy9)
    A terrible shame. Completely needless suffering and death.

    Why Belgium? Disenfranchised Muslim men who are seeking a stable identity, most likely, of which there are many in Belgium. To them, ISIS is a thrilling adventure, something which gives them absolute certainty and an absolute identity.
    many muslim men who ironically were either given asylum or allowed into belgium to escape a miserable life in their islamic homelands. the fallout is that genuine needy asulym seekers now face suspicion due to acts of islamically inspired losers such as these 3 men
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    (Original post by Slipandsquirm)
    You can't answer the question, can you?

    I certainly can't.

    One way to defend agsinst this finding is to appeal to the vague notion of defending Islam. Perhaps they had justifiable reasons to support suicide bombing?

    But I cannot think of even one hypothetical example of defending Islam with suicide bombing that is at all different from terrorism.

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    I just told you one of the conditions -_-
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    (Original post by Slipandsquirm)
    You can't answer the question, can you?

    I certainly can't.

    One way to defend agsinst this finding is to appeal to the vague notion of defending Islam. Perhaps they had justifiable reasons to support suicide bombing?

    But I cannot think of even one hypothetical example of defending Islam with suicide bombing that is at all different from terrorism.

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    of course apologists for islamist ideology like him cannot offer an sane answer - because there isnt one. the islamic doctinre that demands all muslims to violently 'defend' islam has caused muslims to be at war with all their neighbours almost continually for 1300 years - the ideology he is defending and IS use creates attrocities like this in the 21st century
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    (Original post by Frank Underwood)
    And this folks is why terrorism still occurs - because it works. You have successfully been traumatised into hating Islam, which is exactly what the terrorists want to do.
    I see you've run out of actual arguments then.
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    (Original post by Frank Underwood)
    You do realise that only shows the percentages who think bombings in defence of Islam is justified?

    Come back when you've got a poll which says that x% of Muslims would personally do suicide bombings.

    There's a difference between those who think its justified and those who would willingly do it.
    Not much of a difference. Both deserve vitriol and scorn.
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    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    My Dad was working today in the European Quarter in Brussels. (Close to the centre.) He's now walked back to his hotel a few miles. The streets are quiet he says, but thousands walking home or to friends. Lots of emergency, police and military vehicles racing around and numerous helicopters but absolutely no aircraft of any other kind. (Government has stopped all flights over the city.) Mobiles are intermittently back on.

    He says people at work were dazed and shocked and desperate for news, which has been slowly building. There are reports of many raids across the city going round by rumour, but authorities not commenting on most. Friends were also getting messages about more raids in Paris and also Germany.

    Everyone there devastated but he says there's a wave of friendliness going around. People stop in the street to check strangers are feeling OK. People are offering accommodation to those trapped unable to get home. People are giving blood. Shops are handing out bottled water to people feeling bad.
    This will keep happening. What will it take for your ilk to change their views?
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    (Original post by NickLCFC)
    I see you've run out of actual arguments then.
    No I've run out of will to argue with someone like you who ignores everything I write.
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    (Original post by thunder_chunky)
    Not much of a difference. Both deserve vitriol and scorn.
    It is views like this which no doubt contribute towards anti-west radicalisation.
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    (Original post by Frank Underwood)
    I think that seeing ISIS as favourable is not worrying
    :troll:

    (Original post by Frank Underwood)
    They [Muslims in Muslim countries] don't have to have been interfered directly by them [USA] to hate them.
    I know, right?
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    (Original post by Betelgeuse-)
    I have spammed nothing. I have not made an ignorant or sarcastic comment. I made two analogies that I would hope even someone like you could comprehend

    You want me to solve the divisions in Islam lmfao.. I am not GOD - I simply want people to understand the truth behind these attacks which is that they would not come about without Islam. Its THAT SIMPLE
    Ironically it appears to be the made-up Islamic God that is the cause of these problems in the first place.
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    (Original post by Frank Underwood)
    It is views like this which no doubt contribute towards anti-west radicalisation.
    I doubt it contributes that much. People who look for excuses to endorse or act upon anti-west radicalisation will use any excuse, any. Also, there is nothing wrong with pouring scorn upon those who justify it as much as those who act upon it. Both are hateful extremists in their own way, both represent the cancer that is religious extremism.
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    (Original post by Frank Underwood)
    I'm not apologising,
    You are an apologist.

    (Original post by Frank Underwood)
    Having a favourable view of ISIS is not equivalent to supporting ISIS.
    (Original post by Frank Underwood)
    Having a favourable view of ISIS means that you see ISIS as good.
    You just contradicted yourself, well done.
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    (Original post by Frank Underwood)
    I just told you one of the conditions -_-
    Remind me? I must have missed it

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    (Original post by thunder_chunky)
    You are an apologist.





    You just contradicted yourself, well done.
    Nope.

    Seeing ISIS as good does not equate to supporting ISIS, how stupid can you get? :facepalm:

    For example, I like Jeremy Corbyn because of his honesty and consistency, but I don't support him because there are many things I disagree with him on.

    Things aren't one dimensional, kiddo.
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    (Original post by Judas69)
    Im muslim, and the media is soo against Islam, we need to do someting about the media
    Not at all, if anything the media is always trying to downplay the involvement of Islam in terrorist attacks.
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    (Original post by Frank Underwood)
    Nope.

    Seeing ISIS as good does not equate to supporting ISIS, how stupid can you get? :facepalm:

    For example, I like Jeremy Corbyn because of his honesty and consistency, but I don't support him because there are many things I disagree with him on.

    Things aren't one dimensional, kiddo.
    Look cupcake, if you have a favourable view of ISIS and you think it's good, that is basically supporting them. And anyone who supports them, favours them, or sees them as good deserves to be called out for it and identified. They deserve everything they get.
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    To take the conversation away from Islam, which has become irrelevant atm, where does Belgium and Europeans (inc Muslims) go from here?
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    (Original post by Judas69)
    I really want to attack some mosques in revenge. I know someone who throw a pigs head into a mosque lol
    That is not the way forward... :erm:
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    (Original post by thunder_chunky)
    Look cupcake, if you have a favourable view of ISIS and you think it's good, that is basically supporting them. And anyone who supports them, favours them, or sees them as good deserves to be called out for it and identified. They deserve everything they get.
    Supporting them ranges from spreading their message, to sending them money, to recruiting for them, to joining them and to killing in their name.

    If supporting ISIS is classified as 'having a favourable opinion of them', then you might as well just have a favourable opinion of me ignoring your idiocy.
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    (Original post by Judas69)
    I really want to attack some mosques in revenge. I know someone who throw a pigs head into a mosque lol
    Before you do I suggest you head down local police station and hand your details and your friends details in. No point in having the police waste tax pays money on morons like you.

    (Original post by Frank Underwood)
    Nope.

    Seeing ISIS as good does not equate to supporting ISIS, how stupid can you get? :facepalm:

    For example, I like Jeremy Corbyn because of his honesty and consistency, but I don't support him because there are many things I disagree with him on.

    Things aren't one dimensional, kiddo.
    Is Jeremy Corbyn committing a genocide

    By any stretch of the imagination, no.

    Is Isis committing genocide.

    Yes, yes they are.

    Does Jeremy Corbyn support an enforced social law of extreme sexism and extreme ideological supremacy no

    Does Isis
    Yes, yes they do.

    I would say it's co paring apples and oranges but that implies that there is some similarity to justify your ludicrous comparison.

    Do you really think anyone supports Isis for their honesty and integrity. I mean they are pretty blunt about the things they do.

    Question do you admire Isis for their honesty and integrity.
 
 
 
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