Eight injured after being stabbed in a Minnesota Mall

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    The suspect was shot dead by police.

    "The suspected attacker reportedly made references to Allah before he was killed".

    "The attacker asked at least one person if they were Muslim".
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    I hope everyone is okay and will make a quick recovery
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    Budists, deffo.😠
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    (Original post by caravaggio2)
    Budists, deffo.😠
    Maybe Jewish? :dontknow:
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    Surely it's a Pepe supporting white nationalist group that the OP obviously belongs to.
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    When will people learn that Islam has nothing to do with Islam
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    (Original post by JoshDawg)
    When will people learn that Islam has nothing to do with Islam
    when will you learn that Islam alone doesn't motivate people to do horrible things?
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    (Original post by IkeaLamp)
    when will you learn that Islam alone doesn't motivate people to do horrible things?
    I just find it funny how most modern day terror attacks come from people who identify with a particular religious group but maybe there is no correlation...
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    (Original post by IkeaLamp)
    when will you learn that Islam alone doesn't motivate people to do horrible things?
    When will you learn that while Islam alone doesn't motivate people to do horrible things, it is still a factor, and therefore is something to be concerned about.
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    (Original post by KingBradly)
    When will you learn that while Islam alone doesn't motivate people to do horrible things, it is still a factor, and therefore is something to be concerned about.
    attacking Islam is as dumb as attacking the computer monitors through which these sorts of extremist supporters find out about ISIS in the first place
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    (Original post by JoshDawg)
    I just find it funny how most modern day terror attacks come from people who identify with a particular religious group but maybe there is no correlation...
    I find it funny how these sorts of people end up being described by their neighbours/friends as "drinkers, breakdancers and not very religious at all" a lot of the time
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    (Original post by IkeaLamp)
    attacking Islam is as dumb as attacking the computer monitors through which these sorts of extremist supporters find out about ISIS in the first place
    The computer monitors aren't part of their motivation to commit the crimes.
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    (Original post by KingBradly)
    The computer monitors aren't part of their motivation to commit the crimes.
    the computer monitors tell them about ISIS, ISIS are the ones reaching out to angry Muslims telling them to stand up and kill innocents, the Quran isn't actively preaching people to kill civilians.

    Noble Verse 8:61 "But if the enemy incline towards peace, do thou (also) incline towards peace
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    (Original post by joecphillips)
    Surely it's a Pepe supporting white nationalist group that the OP obviously belongs to.
    Why are you outing me? :cry2:
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    Harambe died for our sins.
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    (Original post by IkeaLamp)
    the computer monitors tell them about ISIS, ISIS are the ones reaching out to angry Muslims telling them to stand up and kill innocents, the Quran isn't actively preaching people to kill civilians.

    Noble Verse 8:61 "But if the enemy incline towards peace, do thou (also) incline towards peace
    There are various parts of the Qu'ran that advocate killing civilians, and there are myriad bits from the Hadiths that support violence.
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    (Original post by KingBradly)
    There are various parts of the Qu'ran that advocate killing civilians, and there are myriad bits from the Hadiths that support violence.
    and there are also various parts which advocate peace towards civilians


    If the problem is ambiguity in the Quran's message, the fault lies within the evil person who is choosing the hateful message over the peaceful message
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    Those pesky vicars and buddhists again...
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    (Original post by IkeaLamp)
    and there are also various parts which advocate peace towards civilians


    If the problem is ambiguity in the Quran's message, the fault lies within the evil person who is choosing the hateful message over the peaceful message
    Partly, yes, but clearly those violent parts help to validate the evil they wish to do.
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    (Original post by KingBradly)
    Partly, yes, but clearly those violent parts help to validate the evil they wish to do.
    the desire for evil clearly comes first then, and the justification of extremist parts of Islam is the mechanism by which these murderers live with their actions, the fault cannot solely be Islam, nor does it hold the majority of the blame
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    Trump will fix this.
 
 
 
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