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    (Original post by joe cooley)
    Obviously you are in no way obliged to answer my question.

    You dont have a problem with a culture that practices FGM and is rabidly homophobic?

    Now, i do not for one second believe you condone FGM or homophobia.

    However, your fear of appearing Islamophobic is so great you simply can not bring yourself to condemn any aspect of Islamic culture.

    Sad and scary at the same time.
    I literally just said I disagree with verses in the quran in my last post.
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    (Original post by cbreef)
    I literally just said I disagree with verses in the quran in my last post.
    Indeed you give an answer to:

    Do you agree with everything in the koran?

    That wasn't my question.

    No matter, i didn't for one moment ever believe you could bring yourself to answer the question actually asked.

    It was fun watching you weasel out of answering though!
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    (Original post by Ua3142)
    Look, why does everyone here think Muslims don't intergrete with 'our culture', we do or atleast try to. In some aspects your right, sometimes Muslims don't intergrete but that's because a huge part of British culture is drinking alcohol. If your expecting Muslims to go to your local pub to enjoy a pint, that frankly will not happening anytime soon (disclaimer: I'm saying most Muslims don't drink, I obviously know people who do and idgaf).

    Oh and sometimes Muslims aren't welcomed in particular areas and on some occasions, get verbally abused by people shouting 'GO BACK TO WHERE U CAME FROM YA FKIN PAKI'

    I think you should go out and just observe your local multicultural community, ok some people who come here struggle to adapt but people like me who are born here or like my dad who moved when he was 17 have adapted really well because we...are...British.

    Like, people from my parents country are vastly different from me, so tell me what should people like me do to make folks like you feel more comfortable?
    Well, it could be any of: don't send your kids to faith schools (this applies to Christians too, but it doesn't negate the point regards to Muslims either), don't hang out in exclusively Muslim/Pakistani/whatever cliques, don't teach your kids homophobic or misgynist cultural views, don't make an effort to stand out or be special because of your "cultural garments" (particularly burkhas), don't pressure your child into following your religion after a certain age (let him/her make a choice, and try to allow it to mingle with people of other faiths), don't tolerate extremists in your places of worship, don't apologise for Islamic acts of terrorism, and don't keep moralising the West about how "degenerate" and "corrupt" it is when you actively chose to move to it for financial and material gain.

    This is in addition to not excluding yourself, or female members of your family, from certain professions, or creating the expectation that a women's education is just that and that she should be expected to forsake her career and marry and raise children at a ripe young age. Finally, while I understand the reasons behind grouping together of certain ethnicities (see Luton, Bradford, Tower Hamlets etc in London), don't let your geographical position limit where you want to study or work. Be willing to venture out into the wild a bit rather than isolating yourself in often deprived neighbourhoods with limited opportunities for personal development.

    These obviously apply to different communities and ethnicities to varying degrees, and I imagine that the most secular Muslims in the UK consider what I've posted above a given.
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    (Original post by cbreef)
    They'd make an exception for you I think. :rofl:
    Lol. Nah,I'll tell them my mum's side of the family is Syrian and they'd send me packing
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      (Original post by Reality Check)
      Isn't that the one Monsieur Farage used?
      How dare you use that continental term to refer to our Most British leader of the United Kingdom's finest Party. :pierre:
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      (Original post by Mathemagicien)
      How dare you use that continental term to refer to our Most British leader of the United Kingdom's finest Party. :pierre:
      Je suis désolé!, non, Es tut mir leid...oh crap.
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      (Original post by JohnGreek)
      Well, it could be any of: don't send your kids to faith schools (this applies to Christians too, but it doesn't negate the point regards to Muslims either), don't hang out in exclusively Muslim/Pakistani/whatever cliques, don't teach your kids homophobic or misgynist cultural views, don't make an effort to stand out or be special because of your "cultural garments" (particularly burkhas), don't pressure your child into following your religion after a certain age (let him/her make a choice, and try to allow it to mingle with people of other faiths), don't tolerate extremists in your places of worship, don't apologise for Islamic acts of terrorism, and don't keep moralising the West about how "degenerate" and "corrupt" it is when you actively chose to move to it for financial and material gain.

      This is in addition to not excluding yourself, or female members of your family, from certain professions, or creating the expectation that a women's education is just that and that she should be expected to forsake her career and marry and raise children at a ripe young age. Finally, while I understand the reasons behind grouping together of certain ethnicities (see Luton, Bradford, Tower Hamlets etc in London), don't let your geographical position limit where you want to study or work. Be willing to venture out into the wild a bit rather than isolating yourself in often deprived neighbourhoods with limited opportunities for personal development.

      These obviously apply to different communities and ethnicities to varying degrees, and I imagine that the most secular Muslims in the UK consider what I've posted above a given.
      Disagree with some, agree with others, you make good points I guess. Err...yeah you make good points.

      I can go into more detail, but I'm eating.
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      Next thing you know they will be banning non-Christians from entering Christian religious sites.

      Like the Muslims ban non-Muslims from entering Mecca, not sure where they stand with homosexuals entering Mecca...

      SJW outrage in 3...2...1...

      Nah only kidding, no kudos from the other members of the Borg for criticising Islam is there.
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      (Original post by joe cooley)
      Next thing you know they will be banning non-Christians from entering Christian religious sites.
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      I personally don't have an issue with this.
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      (Original post by joe cooley)
      Tell you what i'll make it easier for you:

      Can you tell me what unique benefits Muslim immigration brings to the West.
      The headscarf industry would boom.
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        (Original post by heineken)
        The headscarf industry would boom.
        And child gynecologists are more in demand.
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        (Original post by JohnGreek)
        The reason for that is that we expect them to integrate into our culture rather than vice versa, which is of course resisted by these communities.
        It's not a matter of which "way" integration goes, it's a simple practicality that you can't integrate with people unless they are willing to be integrated with.

        While "two-way" integration can be fairly harmless in simple cases such as expanding R.E. lessons to cover Islam or allowing women to wear a headscarf at work, any deeper integration fundamentally exposes the difference in mentality between the secular, liberalised West and more conservative people.
        So you think this Hungarian town, which trumpets its Christian-ness and bans openly gay residents, is primarily worried about Muslims for their lack of secularism and social liberalism?
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        (Original post by joe cooley)
        Next thing you know they will be banning non-Christians from entering Christian religious sites.

        Like the Muslims ban non-Muslims from entering Mecca, not sure where they stand with homosexuals entering Mecca...
        So you think Saudi Arabia is a good standard for what's acceptable?
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        (Original post by StrawbAri)
        Lol I thought it was Muslims threatening western values by not being accepting of gays :lol:
        One town represents all right wing anti immigration people
        yet one muslim does not represent all of islam, pick or choose one
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          (Original post by AperfectBalance)
          One town represents all right wing anti immigration people
          yet one muslim does not represent all of islam, pick or choose one
          I didn't imply that though did I?
          Just made an observation about this particular group of 'Christians'
          Also anti immigration people aren't automatically alt right. I'm centrist but also agree with controlled immigration.

          Person: why have you banned Muslims?
          Townsperson: they're threatening our western values such as the equal treatment of gays!
          Person: but you don't like gays either?
          Townsperson: ermmm
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          (Original post by anarchism101)
          So you think Saudi Arabia is a good standard for what's acceptable?
          Not in the slightest,no.

          However, it is ideal for highlighting the hypocrisy and double standards of the SJW types.
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          (Original post by joe cooley)
          Imagine not wanting to benefit from the cultural enrichment immigration brings, simply shocking!

          http://www.independent.co.uk/life-st...-a7564571.html

          Or is it?
          It's ok, you can go to Hungary, there is a safe space for you there now!
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          (Original post by yudothis)
          It's ok, you can go to Hungary, there is a safe space for you there now!
          Well, i wasn't thinking of me but more of the British girls subjected to FGM every year.

          Think there's a safe space for them in Hungary?
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          (Original post by joe cooley)
          Well, i wasn't thinking of me but more of the British girls subjected to FGM every year.

          Think there's a safe space for them in Hungary?
          Lead the way! You can liberate them all!
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          (Original post by yudothis)
          Lead the way! You can liberate them all!
          Your concern does you credit.
         
         
         
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