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    (Original post by Angry Bird)
    feminists joining forces with islam to fight trump :laugh:
    You're conjuring up images of jihadi John and Germaine Greer in a wrestling match with Trumpence


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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    It's also what millions of Muslims say before peacefully standing up in prayer.

    Try picturing that instead!
    Nah, can't do it.
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    (Original post by Underscore__)
    You're conjuring up images of jihadi John and Germaine Greer in a wrestling match with Trumpence


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    jihadi john isn't a representation of islam, he was a roadman anyway
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    (Original post by Willy Pete)
    Nah, can't do it.
    I don't blame you. You've been brainwashed by what the media shows you.

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    (Original post by emerald7770)
    I never understood why it's so difficult for some people to spell it the right way. And I know you know the correct spelling. And it's not Koran, it's Quran.
    It can be either, and Coran or Kuran (if you are being really pedantic, it should be Qur'an), just as Muslim and Moslem are both acceptable spellings.
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    (Original post by Angry Bird)
    jihadi john isn't a representation of islam, he was a roadman anyway
    Just because he's a road man doesn't mean he doesn't represent Islam
    Loads of Muslim roadman in ilford
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    Allahu akbar doesn't mean anything bad, it just means "Allah is great". Trump is anti-islam, so naturally islamists are anti-Trump, so naturally feminists are pro-islam.
    If there had been over a decade of extremist Christian terrorism, where attackers yelled "in the name of the Lord" before each atrocity, those words would now have a definite negative context amongst non-Christians. And understandably so.
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    Disgusting, vile SJWs using my religion for their ego. **** them.
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    WOW. The government ought to plough a larger portion of our tax brackets into commissioning more rigorous mass-education, clearly. We're all genuinely at risk in living in a society whereby your very neighbour, believe it or not, may well harbour the view that proclaiming "God is great" is terrorist alignment.
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    Just because he's a road man doesn't mean he doesn't represent Islam
    Loads of Muslim roadman in ilford
    roadmen muslim do not come into my head when I think of islam..
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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    It's also what millions of Muslims say before peacefully standing up in prayer.

    Try picturing that instead!
    That's cool HAnwar, but come on, they've dyed their hair purple, they're riddled with piercings and they have short buzzcuts. I think Muslims are good people and I have huge respect for you, but you guys need to introduce some quality control ASAP because your birthrate, average IQ and general reputation is gonna tank if that's what the average Muslim woman looks like, heck it even sounds like a cat in heat. You say she has to pray at the back of the Mosque, I wouldn't even allow her into the Mosque.
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    Big deal, clearly.

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    (Original post by Muad_J)
    WOW. The government ought to plough a larger portion of our tax brackets into commissioning more rigorous mass-education, clearly. We're all genuinely at risk in living in a society whereby your very neighbour, believe it or not, may well harbour the view that proclaiming "God is great" is terrorist alignment.
    Context is important

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    (Original post by QE2)
    If there had been over a decade of extremist Christian terrorism, where attackers yelled "in the name of the Lord" before each atrocity, those words would now have a definite negative context amongst non-Christians. And understandably so.
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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    It's also what millions of Muslims say before peacefully standing up in prayer.

    Try picturing that instead!
    It's about context, and I know how keen you are on that.
    To the majority of non-Muslims, it is a phrase associated with Islamist terrorism. It would be odd to ignore this and continue to claim that shouting it in public should cause no concern amogst some non-Muslims.

    Let's face it, there is actually no reason to shout it in public, so in context, those doing it are obviously deliberately trying to attract attention and get the ignorant kuffar all worked up. Why else? (And please don't say that it is part of the call to prayer. Do you seriously expect me to believe that Muslims don't know what time prayer is. This is the 21st century, not the 7th! Do factories and mines still blow a hooter when it is time to start and finish work?)
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    (Original post by Angry Bird)
    jihadi john isn't a representation of islam, he was a roadman anyway
    Yes he was. Not a representation of all Muslims or all interpretations, obviously. But he was a Muslim who was representative of a literalist and retentionist interpretation of Islam, one that is followed ideologically, if not practically, by many millions of Muslims.
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    (Original post by QE2)
    Yes he was. Not a representation of all Muslims or all interpretations, obviously. But he was a Muslim who was representative of a literalist and retentionist interpretation of Islam, one that is followed ideologically, if not practically, by many millions of Muslims.
    maybe for u but not for me
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    (Original post by Angry Bird)
    maybe for u but not for me
    Perhaps you should have read the whole post, not just the first three.

    You see, if you expect your subjective declarations on who is Muslim and who isn't to be taken seriously, then you must also expect the same for the declaration of others. Remember that every sect considers themselves to be the only True Muslims and everyone else to be kuffar and munafiq. It is best to accept that they are all Muslims, and then appreciate their differences in doctrine. Perpetuating sectarianism helps no one.
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    Those are some ugly women.
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    (Original post by l'etranger)
    That's cool HAnwar, but come on, they've dyed their hair purple, they're riddled with piercings and they have short buzzcuts. I think Muslims are good people and I have huge respect for you, but you guys need to introduce some quality control ASAP because your birthrate, average IQ and general reputation is gonna tank if that's what the average Muslim woman looks like, heck it even sounds like a cat in heat. You say she has to pray at the back of the Mosque, I wouldn't even allow her into the Mosque.
    Lol I don't think the women in that video were Muslims.
    But anyways my point was that the phrase Allahu Akbar has been abused a lot, but the majority of Muslims use it in a peaceful manner

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    (Original post by Angry Bird)
    jihadi john isn't a representation of islam, he was a roadman anyway
    Trump isn't stupid, he knows militant Islamists are his problem not the average Muslim


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