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    (Original post by Ladymusiclover)
    I don't get why people assume all white people are Christian. Most of this country doesn't even practise or are irreligious.
    I don't even get how people can talk about "whites" as a precise identity

    have they seen exactly how many Iranians look ? Berbers ? Turks ? Sicilians ? Andalusians ?

    while one can vaguely speak of a "Western" identity, speaking of "Whites" in general is absurd

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    (Original post by Ladymusiclover)
    Of course not. Revenge is wrong, an eye for an eye will make the whole world blind. It might have been a motive of the terrorist to target that particular mosque because of its history.
    more irony in that 'eye for an eye' is an abrahmic principle found both in the old testament and the quran. ( the fact that this idea makes the whole world blind as you plagerise, actually pointed out by a hindu , gandhi)

    probably explains why the far right/ fundamentalists and islamists act in the same way
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    One person was killed. It was no more than a car accident. How many have died from Islamic terrorism this year?

    But I bet we'll be hearing about this van attack for months on end.
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    (Original post by W L Matter)
    One person was killed. It was no more than a car accident. How many have died from Islamic terrorism this year?

    But I bet we'll be hearing about this van attack for months on end.
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    (Original post by Ladymusiclover)
    Of course not. Revenge is wrong, an eye for an eye will make the whole world blind. It might have been a motive of the terrorist to target that particular mosque because of its history.
    An eye for an eye is Shariah Law.
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    (Original post by Chakede)
    more irony in that 'eye for an eye' is an abrahmic principle found both in the old testament and the quran. ( the fact that this idea makes the whole world blind as you plagerise, actually pointed out by a hindu , gandhi)

    probably explains why the far right/ fundamentalists and islamists act in the same way
    Hmm interesting point.
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    (Original post by TSR Mustafa)
    Should probably choose ur friends better.
    Like I said further up, he's not really my friend, just someone I work with
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    Loooooool "person" who changed the title :rofl:
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    (Original post by W L Matter)
    One person was killed. It was no more than a car accident. How many have died from Islamic terrorism this year?

    But I bet we'll be hearing about this van attack for months on end.
    Every needless death is sad. Someone going about their business, not bothering anyone, has been killed. Why does their religion matter?
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    (Original post by joecphillips)
    He didn't act, he told the government if they do nothing it would cause problems and low and behold people have died because people didn't think is what he is saying making sense.

    What part of what he said is wrong?

    If the weatherman reports a hurricane is coming and it could kill people and they are correct does that mean the weatherman has done something wrong?
    Does the ISIS leader ever act? Nope, he just preaches and expects his followers to do all the work for him.
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    (Original post by GreenBell)
    Does the ISIS leader ever act? Nope, he just preaches and expects his followers to do all the work for him.
    If you think what he did is incitement you need a dictionary.

    Isis commanders: go kill people
    Tommy in that highly selective clip which is from a 5 minute video that has been carefully edited: if the government doesn't do something then someone is going to take it into their own hands.

    What he said isn't a call to arms it's a warning that people would likely do it.

    If a weatherman predicts flooding and that flooding kills people is the weatherman guilty?
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    (Original post by joecphillips)
    If you think what he did is incitement you need a dictionary.

    Isis commanders: go kill people
    Tommy in that highly selective clip which is from a 5 minute video that has been carefully edited: if the government doesn't do something then someone is going to take it into their own hands.

    What he said isn't a call to arms it's a warning that people would likely do it.

    If a weatherman predicts flooding and that flooding kills people is the weatherman guilty?
    The implication is that he think it's justified that people will take the fight up themselves and attack muslims. If you can't see quite a simple implication then you lack intuition and critical thinking - not surprising given you flopped and go sunderland
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    The questions we should be asking is why a man travelled 150+ miles to a mosque to mow down innocent Muslims, and why he chose Finsbury mosque in particular.

    How was he "radicalised" and why whom.

    Some of the stuff Tommy Robinson says is true, especially the stuff he says on Luton and how it's become a **** hole.
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    (Original post by fvckkk)
    The implication is that he think it's justified that people will take the fight up themselves and attack muslims. If you can't see quite a simple implication then you lack intuition and critical thinking - not surprising given you flopped and go sunderland
    He didn't say that, he warned what would happen and urged the government to act before it would.

    Why would someone who wanted it to happen tell the government to stop it from happening?
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    All too quickly we take this terrorist attack as a sign of the "increase of Islamophobia in the UK. Although this might be the case, we're overlooking the fact that there is indeed a massive radical mosque problem.
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    ahaha what a guy
 
 
 
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