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Posted by Fred 2012-10-06 00:00||
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#1 Pakiwakiland can FOAD!
Posted by Water Modem 2012-10-06 00:11||
#2 See DEFENCE.PK/FORUMS > [Hafiz Saeed]OBAMA STARTED RELIGIOUS WAR ON MUSLIMS.
IIUC, thus the fatwas that call for the death of the film's producers, etal. may also apply to the Bammer???
* MEMRI.ORG > LEBANESE CLERIC: OBAMA POLICY COULD LEAD TO ANOTHER 9-11.
* SAME > INTERNATIONAL UNION OF MUSLIM SCHOLARS: THE POPE MUST APOLOGIZE TO MUSLIMS "AS HE APOLOGIZED TO JEWS".
Posted by JosephMendiola 2012-10-06 00:12||
#3 "By using the term 'jihad' in the context of war against savages, the ad paints Islam as inherently violent, evil and bent on overthrowing the Western democracies and their key ally in the Middle East , Israel...."
How odd. What a coincidence.
That sounds just like whats going on in the world today.
Posted by Mikey Hunt 2012-10-06 01:23||
#4 But if adherents to a certain religion know that if they don't like something, they can simply go violent, act up and threaten until the objectionable piece is removed, they will do this every time.
Posted by Mikey Hunt 2012-10-06 01:27||
#5 The situation in America has now greatly changed. It is no longer a uni-religious or mono-cultural society. Perhaps the earlier America modifies its law the better it would be for that country.
Paki-Land does not get us--probably never will. We are still largely an uni-religious society. Other cultures and religions are protected as a result of our Bill of Rights--something which is not so in Pakistan. There can be no compromise between our Constitution and Sharia Law. The islamic scholar (?) who wrote this is free to stay in Waki-Land and stick to writing about islam.
Posted by JohnQC 2012-10-06 08:08||
#6 This goes well with the earlier Zbiggy piece.
All this slime (and I include ZB) don't understand that even though Zero would probably love to ban this expression he does not have the authority to do so. Any serious attempt to, on the part of the gov't. could easily lead to a revolution.
Posted by AlanC 2012-10-06 09:57||
#7 If a law on freedom of expression is not so qualified, it may lead to serious law and order situations in multi-religious societies.
You have nice country there with all your freedoms and liberties. It sure would be a shame if anything were to happen it.
Posted by DepotGuy 2012-10-06 11:09||
#8 If a law on freedom of expression is not so qualified, it may lead to serious law and order situations in multi-religious societies.
Strange that since those concepts were enshrined (1790-2012, approx. 200+ years), we haven't had the significant and constant fratricidal issues that bedeviled the multi-religious society of Europe during the previous 200 years, also known as the Reformation, the Religious Wars, and Thirty Years War. BTW, something that is actively going on between Sunni, Shia and Sufi today.
Posted by Procopius2k 2012-10-06 11:58||