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To the anti-islamic members on here, does this make you happy? Watch

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    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...-a6952721.html

    It's sickening
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    this broke my heart. he will have gone straight to heaven to sit with the righteous.
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    :sad:

    This is really quite upsetting.

    And demonstrates that the vision of ISIS to divide our societies and highlight that we can't live in harmony is really starting to be played out and is working.

    RIP poor man.
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    Surprisingly enough, people may dislike your culture and religion, without necessarily wishing the death of those who have views that are different to their own. If anything, this article shows hard-line Islamic intolerance in action.
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    rest in peace

    inb4 the racism apologists come
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    thats so sad, he was probably working in that shop early hours till late to give a better future for his kids. so heart breaking :cry2:
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    There is a distinction between islam the religion and islamism the ideology, the latter is what most so-called islamaphobes oppose.

    That said there are some genuine anti-muslim bigots out there in the world, as this event shows. Hopefully the murderer gets put away for a very long time. This sort of thing just feeds into the ISIS narrative and it needs to stop.
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    Killed by his fellows Muslims apparently, very sad.

    RIP to this fine man.
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    omg thats so sad, poor guy man, people can be so harsh i swearrr


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    Heartbreaking :cry2: rabi y rahmo :cry2:
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    (Original post by BefuddledPenguin)
    There is a distinction between islam the religion and islamism the ideology, the latter is what most so-called islamaphobes oppose.

    That said there are some genuine anti-muslim bigots out there in the world, as this event shows. Hopefully the murderer gets put away for a very long time. This sort of thing just feeds into the ISIS narrative and it needs to stop.
    But the attacker was another Muslim :confused:
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    (Original post by Ninja_Cat)
    But the attacker was another Muslim :confused:
    Another ISIS crackhead no doubt,

    Yet his point wasn't irrelevant though

    Look at this

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...ty-murder.html
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    (Original post by Ninja_Cat)
    But the attacker was another Muslim :confused:
    Source?

    Anyway even if it is true, it makes no difference, islamists want theocracy but we have secularism. Secularism allows not just plurality of religion, but plurality within religion also. This means that there are many muslims of varying beliefs and that's absolutely fine, as long as the belief doesn't harm someone else. I would argue a Sunni muslim killing a Shia muslim is still a form of anti-muslim bigotry. It's always worth noting that ISIS kill more muslims than any other group of people.
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    (Original post by the bear)
    this broke my heart. he will have gone straight to heaven to sit with the righteous.
    Very sad indeed
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    :cry2: RIP poor man omg...
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    May Allah grant him a place in jannah.

    We are Hearing about these attacks/murders on the news , in the papers, from others and the moment might come when it is one of us who is being attacked.

    May Allah stop all this hatred and division and make the world a more peaceful place to live in. I don't want to have my future children growing up in world 😥
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    (Original post by luminarychild)
    Another ISIS crackhead no doubt,

    Yet his point wasn't irrelevant though

    Look at this

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...ty-murder.html
    Indeed there is sadly a lot of violence in this world, just last night another terrorist attack in Iraq. Hopefully one day the terrorism will stop and the Islamophobia will fade. I'm not holding my breath though
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    (Original post by BefuddledPenguin)
    Source?

    Anyway even if it is true, it makes no difference, islamists want theocracy but we have secularism. Secularism allows not just plurality of religion, but plurality within religion also. This means that there are many muslims of varying beliefs and that's absolutely fine, as long as the belief doesn't harm someone else. I would argue a Sunni muslim killing a Shia muslim is still a form of anti-muslim bigotry. It's always worth noting that ISIS kill more muslims than any other group of people.
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...hristians.html
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    I feel devastated at this. I cant imagine the trauma and grief his family must be feeling.
 
 
 
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