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Bring it on the murdering Muslims. Let's not play Hitler here.
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3 ups, 1 reply
Stop being an asshole.
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Sorry, did that come out wrong? I just hate murderers.
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2 ups, 1 reply
yeah... I don't know how you could've worded it better though, but as long as you didn't mean it, it's ok :)
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1 up, 1 reply
Yeah, I just shuddered at the thought of exterminating all Muslims. That's a lot of people yo. But f**k ISIS, have at em.
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1 up, 1 reply
Just so you know, there is no true muslim who believes ISIS are muslim.
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1 up
Well then problem solved, f**k ISIS.
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2 ups, 1 reply
bro, you can't fight
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1v1 me m8 i haz 48 scurf points
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pass me the joint you fart
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3 ups
*you're
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8 ups
You know I'm with you,,,
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2 ups
Wow...
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7 ups
*you're
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1 up
" MustafazzstuMahfoudh
bro your weak and we can kick your white ass "

And yet here you are, crying like a b**ch because people think you're a terrorist.
Gee, wonder why.
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22 ups, 5 replies
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2 ups
some deconstruction included. loose pieces relate to number of "infidels"
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8 ups, 3 replies
They're bloodthirsty, my friends,,,
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10 ups, 5 replies
Islam according to the Quran teaches love and compassion for every human being, no matter their religion, says author Adnan Oktar whose television show is watched by millions in Turkey and the Arab world. He believes the problem for the majority of Muslims is that some groups are following traditions and superstitions invented centuries after the Quran was first sent and the Prophet lived, and these have gotten more radical over time.

After the attacks of September 11, 2001, Oktar published a book, Islam Denounces Terrorism. He argues that violent and intolerant beliefs about Islam go against the teachings of the Quran. Here, he presents six quotes that support his claim.

Peace is the cornerstone
The word “Islam” is derived from the word meaning “peace” in Arabic. Islam is a religion revealed to mankind with the intention of presenting a peaceful life where the infinite compassion and mercy of God manifests on earth. God calls all people to live by the moral values He sets so that compassion, mercy, peace and love can be experienced all over the world.

“O You who believe! Enter absolutely into peace (Islam). Do not follow in the footsteps of satan. He is an outright enemy to you.” (Holy Quran: 2, 208)

In the verse above, Islam intrinsically calls for peace and fosters a life in absolute sincerity and honesty before God. Therefore it is vitally important for an individual to believe in God with his own will and aspiration, and observe God’s commands and advice through personal conscientious contentment.

No one should be forced to believe in Islam
“There is no compulsion where the religion is concerned.” (Holy Quran: 2/ 256)

As stated in the verse, no one can be compelled to live by Islamic morals. Conveying the existence of God and the morals of the Qur’an to other people is a duty for believers, but they call people to the path of God with kindness and love and they never force them. It is only God Who guides people to the right way. This is related in the following verse:

“You cannot guide those you would like to but God guides those He wills. He has best knowledge of the guided.” (Holy Quran/28: 56)

Freedom of thought and religion are paramount

 The Quran provides an environment where people can fully enjoy freedom of thought and freedom of religion and allows people to live by the faith and values they believe in. According to Islam, everyone has the right to live freely by his beliefs, whatever they may believe in.
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8 ups, 3 replies
Soooooooooo, why don't you tell this to moslems so that they won't try to blow us up?

I'm not a moslem, so all that means nothing to me.
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3 ups, 1 reply
Didn't he just quote from a book written by a Muslim who condemns and denounces violence and terrorism?
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7 ups, 4 replies
But he doesn't. Muhammed used double speak and blatently lied. There's a hundred verses calling for violence or war against non-believers. Muhammed spread Islam through conquest. That's fact, and that's how they've been doing it for 1400 years.
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3 ups, 2 replies
I just meant that Adnan Oktar author
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3 ups
Oh ok.
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1 up, 2 replies
But the Quaran also says it's OK to lie to infidels to gain an advantage. So why would you believe anything a Muslim says? It would be like believing Hillary didn't delete any classified e-mails.
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2 ups
I won't automatically think any Muslim is a liar. I don't know if the Koran says that or not, but even if it does, that doesn't mean nothing any Muslim says can ever be trusted.
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2 ups
so are you saying that everyone muslims talk to are infidels?
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2 ups, 1 reply
Actually, I believe it was the Abbasid Shi'is who did that, not Muhammed. These are the same people who took away the freedom of women, became resentful of other religions, and expanded their empire to spread Islam.
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2 ups, 1 reply
Maybe you should try reading the Quran before commenting any further. Muhammed set the example. Him and his followers went out and conquered for years and he speaks of taking their women as reward.
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2 ups, 2 replies
I admit, I've never read the Quran, I'm just stating facts from my textbook. But if Muhammad really wanted to deprive women of freedom, how did his wife become a successful merchant?
2 ups
Islam has a right of womans education,business,and inclusion in politics
1 up
Dude, I don't know why you have a textbook that's trying to paint Muhammed in a good light, but it's propaganda. He had at least 12 wives and many more sex slaves that he captured on his rampage conquering and spreading Islam. He bribed his original followers by promising rewards in the afterlife if they gave their life for Islam. He was a mass murdering war monger and a rapist. He also was a pedophile, he married a 6 year old girl named Aisha and consumated the marriage when she was 9. I know someone from Iran who was married off to an old man when SHE was 9 years old because of it. Don't believe the lies from your textbook.
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2 ups
And Christianity, did not?
The Crusades?
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4 ups, 2 replies
what about the Crusades? king ferdinand and queen isabelle? the massacre of hundred of muslims who wanted to coexist? spain was once a muslim country u know.
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7 ups, 1 reply
The Crusades were a pushback against Muslims butchering entire villages and trying to spread Islam through conquest like they have for 1400 years. Innocent people die in every war but Muslims were not the victims.
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Finding peaceful Muslims is like searching for big Foot. You hear about their existence but you never find any.
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1 up
The crusades was about not a religious doctrine. The king and queen were not and still are not looked up as religious idols. Weak argument to say the crusades were Christians. America was settled by Christians getting away from Christians.
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4 ups
You know Malala? The Taliban killed anyone who opposed them. They large in numbers couldn't because they didnt have the right stuff.
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2 ups, 2 replies
because they dont listen to us real muslims theyd kill me because i tolerate westerners and i disagree with their radical beliefs. real muslims are probably suffering the most from the horrors isis have caused because the real muslims' reputation is on the line
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4 ups, 1 reply
now i go to school and im called a terrorist on a regular basis just because im muslim because of isis' shit. did u know isis is killing normal muslims like me?
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9 ups, 2 replies
Isis is to Islam what the KKK was to Christianity. A group of people who kill for a religion that never reaps them anything, yet they continue to bring others suffering. You aren't a terrorist, and Islam isn't a religion for terrorists.
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3 ups, 2 replies
The problem with Islam isn't just jihadhist terrorists like ISIS, it's a bigoted idealogy with a set of laws from the dark ages called sharia law. The majority of Muslims believe in sharia law according to Pew Research statistics, which is oppressive to women, gays and a violation of human rights.
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Everytime we get peace in some way or form, more crazed f*ggots come in with religion as an excuse to shoot anything that moves. Really makes you appreciate the good men and women to come along.
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3 ups, 1 reply
has the usa had a woman president yet?
bangladesh is a muslim country btw
they have had MULTIPLE women presidents starting a LONG time ago
the usa didnt give women voting rights until the 1920s
now, i dont hate the usa, heck, i have american citizenship and passport
but for westerners to say that muslims are oppressing women while there hasnt been a woman for an important role in e.g. politics/government is
pure
hypocrisy
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4 ups
Kid, you really have no idea what you're talking about and I'm not a teacher.
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4 ups, 1 reply
Jmac, Super bad analogy. ISIS is the "caliphate" and centered on Islamic prophecy. The KKK, just racists that used Christianity as an afterthought. Actually the bible is a strong foundation for the KKK. The bible endorsed slavery to the max. I think the KKK is different now than it was when it was founded. It seems to be more about white supremacy and segregation. Islam is a perfect religion for terrorists. Jihad is required of Muslims. ( Active or support) Rewards in heaven for Jihad. Convert or kill apostates. Kill anyone that leaves the religion. These actions only happen in a few places, but they have the documentation to back up what they do.
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The point is, ISIS is at their core BAD. It doesn't matter if you're actions are backed up by a document, they are wrong. Muslims are trying to practice something they believe in, and they do not deserve hate. "Kill anyone who leaves the religion" is total horseshit, documentation be damned.
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3 ups, 1 reply
It is total horseshit.. but, it's true!! That is the Sharia penalty for apostasy. ISIS is actually practicing a very literal version of Islam. It is what it it. Islam has an end game, convert or kill (some may pay a tax to avoid death) the entire planet. Islam is not compatible with modernity or civilization that has advanced beyond the 7th century. Check out a few youtube videos of Sam Harris, or the late great Christopher Hitchens on Islam. Sam and Hitch are both brilliant men and approach Islam with clear eyes. Cheers.
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The fact that people can pay to avoid death only highlights how evil it is. Perhaps the religion itself is barbaric, but not all who follow it are. I mean, some sure as hell are, but many were simply raised that way.They know what their religion really wants, but only carry out the best in it. I just can't stand the justified anger directed at the wrong people. Beers.
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Reputation?

REPUTATION?

Alawites to Zoastrians, including Yazidis, Jews, Christians, Shiites, even Kurds - who are sunni, but not arab - oh yeah, and gays, are being **ped and killed, and YOU'RE playing the victim card because of your sullied reputation?
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3 ups, 1 reply
you dont even know how many muslims denounced isis
we are being affected because people are stereotyping and affiliating people like me to radical minorities of islam
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2 ups
Again,

PEOPLE
ARE
BEING
TORTURED
AND [email protected]
AND KILLED.

And you're worried about the bastards who are doing it getting stereotyped?
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2 ups, 1 reply
And why do you think it is sullied?
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1 up, 1 reply
I don't know, you tell me. you're the one concerned about that.

I don't give a crap about your bad reputation, I only care about the victims that you show absolutely no regard for whatsoever.
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3 ups, 1 reply
ok, since i believe one of my comments was flagged, i cannot post this image
but
i will type it instead

here are the stats for for Anti-islamic hate crime incidents between 1995 and 2008:

1995: 29 incidents
1996: 27 incidents
1997: 28 incidents
1998: 21 incidents
1999: 32 incidents
2000: 28 incidents
2001: 481 incidents
2002: 155 incidents
2003: 149 incidents
2004: 156 incidents
2005: 128 incidents
2006: 156 incidents
2007: 115 incidents
2008: 105 incidents

you see, muslims just as much victims (if not more) of the horrifying actions of the likes of Al-Qaeda and such.

so,
we count as victims too,right?

*chuckle*

i wish we had an America like the 90s
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2 ups, 3 replies
You wouldn't yearn for the 90s if you were Iranian American,,,

No one is denying that that ALL people are subject to crime, including xenophobic ones.

But yet again, you are playing the victim,
And you still won't acknowledge the victims of isil.

And pal, you think someone calling you a bad name on the street is equivalent to the [email protected], torture, and murder perpetrated by islamic jihadists, then you are the reason they won't stop.
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Ok,
You know,
Most of the people being r/ped by isis's filthy dogs are young ,MUSLIM girls.
AND,
I know what how you are going to reply to this

I'm playing the victim card.

But you don't get it,
I know people are being tortured by isis's assholes
But youre forgetting this
Its not just one race, religion or ethnicity being affected by isis's atrocities.

Its everyone.
Me.
You.

I am not an isis fanboy
Just because i protected my religion

Isis is a radical minority of islam
Just like the KKK are a radical minority of christianity

You, sir, are associating ordinary muslims, like me, with the, excuse my french, c/nts of isis.

Now, i cant convince you or anything
i am not an isis/isil fanboy
I am not going to blow you up
I am not going to burn you
Or torture you
Or r/pe you

You need to understand that EVERYONE is affected

You must remeber that ordinary muslims,
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*chuckle*

"So shush."

I like it!

Its not your fault that your narrow minded head is refusing to accept the fact that:

•Not all muslims are terrorists
•Muslims are affected by ISIS because they themselves kill people exactly like me, an ordinary, muslim who is trying to coexist

But you obviously don't want to coexist

Thank you for your time. I appreciate it. I hope in the future your mind opens up about Islam, real muslims, fans, and the effects ISIS has on normal peaceful muslims like me.

Peace out.
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As I stated earlier:

" Alawites to Zoastrians, including Yazidis, Jews, Christians, Shiites, even Kurds - who are sunni, but not arab - oh yeah, and gays, are being **ped and killed ... "

Alawites and other Shia, and sunni Kurds, amongst other non-arab minorities, are being victimized by isil, as well as those of a homosexual nature.

THOSE are the victims.
So shush.

The redundantly redundant redundancies of this endless self pity party is beginning to bore me like awhile ago.

I'm out.

PS: Don't tell me, tell your fellow moslems that islam is the religion of sunni peace to other sunnis blah blah blah,,,
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2 ups
You win sir!
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4 ups, 1 reply
Yes I get that it's extremists that are the terrorists. Just like we can't blame all Christians for the fanatics blowing up Planned Parenthoods.
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2 ups, 1 reply
I would argue that extremists are the only ones that are true believers and conduct their life according to the holy documents of Islam. The non extremists are not true to the teachings of the religion.
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2 ups
The holy documents of Islam say to stap a bomb to a kid and send him to blow up other kids? Really??
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4 ups, 2 replies
So you don't accept the Hadith? The Hadith hold a very prominent place in Islam. I could waste our time and quote all of the quotes you know to exist in the Hadith. Also, the quotes you used are very selective cherry picking. I agree with Sam Harris on the matter if Islam (and religion as a whole). If one reads the holy books of Islam, and believes them literally, then there is really nothing ISIS is doing that is not endorsed by the faith. Granted if Christians took the bible literally, or bothered to read it at all, Christianity would be quite barbaric. However, Christians have mastered hypocrisy and display a level of credulity and cognitive dissonance that allow them to be non violent victims of exploitation. Rubes. Muslims, unfortunately, read the Quran and Hadith and follow or sympathize with its most barbaric tenants. There are dozens upon dozens of polls that show a majority of Muslims think death should be the penalty for apostasy or blasphemy. You are an educated apologist. I appreciate that.
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3 ups, 2 replies
I agree. What separates the Muslims from the Christians is that the modern Christian no longer practices what it's Holy Book teaches while the Muslims do.
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2 ups, 1 reply
Christians try but some of the teachings are outdated in this day and age considering it was written like 2000 years ago. Of course that would explain a lot of the regressed treatment of women in some of the Islamic communities.
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The fact is the bible has been edited and changed for thousands of years, even into the middle ages. Some of the books that are now cannon are very different from known early codices. However, not a single original manuscript of any book exists. Even the authors of the gospels are unknown on 2 levels. Some people wrote the gospels according to MMLJ and it is not even clear who MMLJ actually were. It would be like me writing a thesis paper describing the thesis paper of an anonymous person and myself being anonymous. Then this becomes holy scripture. Leaving aside the historical problems with the OT and some of its impossibilities, the NT fairs no better. A majority of the books of the NT are attributed to one person. Paul. It is clear from the research of most textual critics that Paul did not write all of the books he gets credit for. I think these very evident problems with the bible have allowed christians to pick and choose what parts they believe and act upon. All of the nonsense is mitigated also by the fact that many professed christians have not even read the entire bible. That helps.
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2 ups, 1 reply
Plus many born agains take refuge in the idea that all the shady ish they pulled in the past is instantly absolved because Jesus died on the cross for their sins. Of course it also gives them carte blanche to continue being douches and saying things like "everybody needs to worry about their own salvation."
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2 ups
That's called marketing to expand your tax exempt franchise. Pay 10% to your pimp or the mob and you get protection and a reward after you die. It resembles fake life insurance that you get once you die. Don't pay and you get the " That's a nice soul you have there, would be a shame if something bad happened to it".
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Yessir!
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Rules of war 

Permission to fight is given to those against whom war is made, because they have been wronged… Those who have been driven out from their homes unjustly only because they said, ‘Our Lord is God’ — And if God did not repel some men by means of others, there would surely have been pulled down temples and churches and synagogues and mosques… (22:40-41).

O people! I charge you with ten rules; learn them well… for your guidance in the battlefield! Do not commit treachery, or deviate from the right path. You must not mutilate dead bodies. Neither kill a child, nor a woman, nor an aged man. Bring no harm to the trees, nor burn them with fire, especially those which are fruitful. Slay not any of the enemy’s flock, save for your food. You are likely to pass by people who have devoted their lives to monastic services; leave them alone.

Thus, Muhammad’s rules of war permit defensive fighting against active combatants while forbidding harm to anyone or anything else — human, animal, or property. Contrast this with Hamas rocket attacks and PIJ terrorist attacks — the distinction is clear. Likewise, as Gaza’s death count rises, Israel also has blood on its hands. According to Muhammad’s rules of war, no justification exists for either side to attack civilians, property, animals, or anyone who is not an active combatant.

And even against combatants, Muhammad put Muslims on notice. Once, Usama bin Zaid overcame an enemy soldier in hand-to-hand combat. The soldier implored Usama for amnesty just as Usama prepared to deliver the deathblow. Usama heard but ignored the plea and killed him anyway. Learning of this, Muhammad vociferously condemned Usama’s act as repulsive to Islamic rules of war.

Mind you, this combatant persecuted Muslims, helped exile them from Mecca, pursued them to murder them, and even then Muhammad required Usama to accept his amnesty plea — knowing full well the plea could be a lie.

Muhammad assumed this risk because he refused to forsake any opportunity for peace. After Muhammad, the Khalifa Umar, and centuries later, the legendary Muslim General Salahuddin, again demonstrated these principles. Both insisted Jews return to Jerusalem — as equals — whereas they suffered immense persecution under Christian rule.

Even ardent critics of Islam such as Sir William Muir admit that Muslims treated POWs with immense dignity. Captives were well fed and ransoms were according to their means.
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7 ups, 3 replies
^ Did not read.

First copy/pastes islam is peace bullcrap,

Then copy/pastes mohammed telling them to kill us.

k.
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7 ups, 2 replies
people towing the "islam is peaceful" line are just tools. Ask the native americans about the first wave always being one of peace, then once everyone is lulled into thinking they're safe, the second wave comes that is not so peaceful lol
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3 ups, 1 reply
Peace, yes, to their own kind, and I mean sect as well.
sunni moslems are peaceful with other sunnis, but not with shiites, or even Kurds, who are sunni, but Persian, not arab.

"Be not a friend to Christian nor Jew" - mohammed said that.
He also instructed his followers to kill them also.

Same excuse as Christian Europeans used for Native Americans, Since they were not Christian, anything goes, and thus the **pe and slaughter began...
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5 ups, 1 reply
and Christianity too. The worst human beings alive cower behind religion to commit the worst acts imaginable.
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3 ups
Instead of following the teachings of their religion, most people use it as an excuse to judge others. The "they" are the heathens, the sinners, the ones we can kill pretending we are just.
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2 ups, 1 reply
how about u read first? you are just making up this crap about raping little girls and he didnt go on a 'rampage' he used it as self defense because people who hated him planned to assassinate him several times. they also declared war on islam three time. stop making up shit.
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3 ups
how about you stop trying to downplay the crimes of a war criminal with psychosis
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3 ups, 1 reply
Can you read!?! I have given u proof and u still don't believe me!
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2 ups, 1 reply
Did you not read this:

" Modda5 ups, 2 replies
^ Did not read.

First copy/pastes islam is peace bullcrap,

Then copy/pastes mohammed telling them to kill us.

k. "
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2 ups, 1 reply
so, ok, "Modda 5 ups"
those people who "upped" your comment
are just as stupid and naive
as you, sir
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2 ups
I just got a FANTASTIC idea!

Why don't read Mr. Ron50's impressively accurate and correct comment?
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4 ups, 1 reply
Also if all Muslims are Isis the y did terroirists bomb Mecca? If they were Muslims they wouldn't dare!
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2 ups, 2 replies
Um,what? When?
isil is funded by the saudi family. They never did, nor will try to bomb mecca.
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2 ups, 1 reply
Terrioriest attack was on May 18 2007
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1 up, 1 reply
Um, there was no isis then, not for like 7 years,,,
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2 ups, 1 reply
im sorry sir, you obviously entered this conversation with no background on the situation.
let me clear things up for you, Mr. Modda
ISIS was formed as a subsidiary of Al-Qaeda in the year 2000
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1 up, 1 reply
Oooooh, I wouldn't want to offend isil's fanboys like yourself.

Am I gonna get blown up for this?
Are you going to **pe and burn to death some Christian women in pakistan as punishment? Maybe blow up a Coptic Church in Christmas, or kidnap 250 more Nigerian girls to sell to mohamMADian soldiers?
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2 ups, 1 reply
Fan:A fan, or fanatic, sometimes also called aficionado or supporter, is a person who is enthusiastically devoted to something or somebody, such as a band, a sports team, a genre, a book, a movie or an entertainer

I don't think a victim of islamaphobia (which is sparked by ISIS) is, exactly a fan
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0 ups
You were a victim of isis?

My condolences.
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2 ups, 1 reply
do you, sir, read the newspaper or watch the news?
isis, in fact, did bomb mecca
in fact, this year, too
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1 up, 1 reply
They blew up mecca? Good, hope they killed a bunch on the hajj,,,
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0 ups, 1 reply
ok having different views on other people is one thing
but HOPING people would DIE?!
that is just sick
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0 ups, 2 replies
Oh, so innocent non-sunni victims being killed by sunni moslem terrorists only makes your reputation not look good,

But sunnis getting killed by their fellow sunnis is bad?

Gotcha.

Glad to see murder does bother you sometimes, at least.
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0 ups, 1 reply
i never said that is the only thing caused

seriously i am not going to waste my time on you pal, ok?

bottom line:
not all muslims are terrorists
sunnis die
shias die
athiests die
christians die
and so on

see ya
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0 ups, 1 reply
Yet you keep focusing on your poor little reputation.

Yet you keep wasting MY time a lot.
0 ups
well i already said goodbye but u just keep coming along and saying crap

adios
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0 ups, 1 reply
ok,
my mom's friend was murdered two weeks ago

so...
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0 ups
Well I'm sure allah is happy.

Oh, can you leave already like you popped on after 5 days just to say you will?
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4 ups, 1 reply
Yeah well, Christianity is the religion of a loving God...unless you read the Bible.
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2 ups
Yessir!
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15 ups, 4 replies
wtf u guys im muslim
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7 ups, 6 replies
Then you support a "religion" of death.
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7 ups, 2 replies
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7 ups, 2 replies
If you're implying Christianity is a religion of death because Jesus was crucified on a cross, that isn't at all the same...

What I was stating about Islam being the religion of death is based on their morbid "kill those who don't believe before witnessing to them" mentallity.
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4 ups, 1 reply
Christianity is most certainly a death cult. Human sacrifice is a theme from the OT till Jesus was sacrificed to change how to atone for sin. Abraham almost pulled the trigger on his kid. I forget now, but one of the Judges in the OT, sacrificed his daughter. God himself killed on grand scales and personal ones. God ordered the Israelites to commit genocide. If we are to have a concept of God from the Bible, then by any standard, Christianity at its core is a death cult. It has reformed and moved past it's own scripture. Even one of the 10 commandments has been abrogated to accommodate modernity. Keep the Sabbath Holy? The Sabbath or 7th day is Saturday not Sunday. We are fortunate that few Christians read the bible and most that do are able to perform the mental gymnastics required to believe and not be violent.
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4 ups, 3 replies
None of your argument is based on fact. You're claiming Christianity is a death cult because a man ALMOST killed his son? First of all, Abraham did as God told him. God tested him and he passed the test. It was never God's intent for Abraham to sacrifice his son.

And God has commanded many things and the destruction of a wicked nation is one of them. God never commanded His followers to [email protected] women and children. He never commanded His followers to murder those who don't believe. You have to understand that the old testament is much different than the new testament. Jesus came to earth to teach man to be compassionate and to spread the word of God. We follow in His footsteps as best as we can.

Islam teaches to [email protected] women and children and calls for the murder of all who do not convert. Christians don't throw homosexuals off the tops of buildings. They don't behead non believers. They don't fly planes into buildings.
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Wow, sir, you need to read some scripture. God most certainly commanded Moses to kill and at times commit genocide against those that did not believe. He commanded that young girls be kept as sex slaves. When the tribes of Israel were marauding through Canaan, he even "hardened the hearts" of the Hittites so that they would not convert and face slaughter. Moses even rebuked Joshua for not killing everything in a concurred village when Joshua came back with girls and sheep. They were summarily executed after that. After God punished Moses for hitting a rock with a stick and banned him from entering the promised land. Joshua took over and the killing, **pe, and torture picked up. Yes, the Bible even describes the torture. In the OT, it was all about blood sacrifice and burning the animals. The old NT changed everything is a canard. Jesus said in Matthew that he did not come to change the law. He was a Jew, and was clearly referring to Jewish laws from the OT. Jesus went on to say that the law would stand until the end of heaven and earth. The NT is a striking departure from the OT, I concede that. It was necessary to market to gentiles and expand the faith. If you are unaware that God directly commanded his followers to commit these acts, you need to go back and re read the 1st 5 books of the OT. Examples are abundant. I do understand and have read multiple versions of both the OT and NT. The simple fact there are versions should be troubling. At the end of the day, Islam and Christianity are religions based on lies and books written by men to exert control and enrich themselves. Many textual critics acknowledge the contradictions and errors in both the OT and NT. The believers have now moved to a non literal interpretation of both books. If you need, I can post the chapters and verse of everything I have said. Just let me know what version of the Bible you prefer. Just browse through the OT law and see how many things are punishable by death. Not at all different from Islam. Even killing non believers in other cities if you become aware of them.
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Deuteronomy chapter 13. God does exactly that. And Leviticus 20:13 commands the death penalty for homosexuality. If a Christian kills a gay person, you can say that what they did was wrong, but you cannot say it was unscriptural.
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You're getting that from the old testament. Laws were Mich different then than they are in the new testament and now. This is why God sent His son, Jesus, as a sacrifice for our sins. What they did in the old testament does not hold true after Jesus's death and resurrection.

We are told by Jesus Christ to love all and worship to them. "Go, ye into all the world and preach the gospel." Hating someone because of their sin is wrong, but hating the sin is not. We are not to judge, but we are to preach Jesus's words and teaching to those who are of the world.
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Christianity teaches to kill non-believers, rip babies from the womb, dash children upon the rocks, and did demand at least one human sacrifice. Thankfully, modern Christians choose not to practice what their Bible teaches which ponders the queation "Why do they call themselves "Christians"?
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Would you mind to tell me where the Bible says that?
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Connie, why must I do the research? 9I already have) Why don't you actually READ the Bible. Incidents that show that God is a Megalomaniac and a baby killer are very prevalent.
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Because my bible (I have read it, actually ;) doesn't say that, and if you want to hold any credibility with anyone, the burden of proof is on you. Plus, I'm curious as to why you say that, as I happen to disagree. Instead of being afraid when people attack my position, and saying "NO YOU ARE WRONG," I'm simply and calmly asking for proof =)
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I see all your references are from the OT, do you know the context of those killings? I'll have you know that God only ever killed one innocent man, and that was in the New Testament. If you don't understand why my just, righteous, omnipotent, sovreign, sin-hating God would want to punish sin, then I'm sorry but I'm not going to try to explain it to you, good day. Also i couldn't reply to your comment, so I hope you see this anyway
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Wow..your Bible doesn't say that? You must have the edited version... Numbers 31:17,Hosea 13:16 .1 Samuel 15:3 .Judges 11:30-40,Exodus 12:29.
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Does anyone understand that we Muslims can't be Muslims if we don't honor Jesus and the Blessed Virgin??? Is it just me?
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Jesus Christ is not Muhammed. Christianity is not the same thing as Islam.
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Not saying he is. Jesus I highly honored. May gods blessings be to you
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btw in today's media if a crime is committed by a muslim, he is apparently a terrorist, if committed by a black person he is a thug, and if it was committed by a white guy it isnt his fault he is mentally ill or has psychological problems
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You're being sucked in by liberal propaganda. A terrorist is a terrorist. Right now we're living in Obama's America. He has done nothing but destroy race relations.

Remember Timothy McVeigh? Oklahoma City bomber? He was labelled a terrorist. He was also white. The DC Sniper? He was black and was labelled a terrorist. These cop killers (the incident in Dallas recently) are terrorist attacks.

The problem is that today most terror on a large scale is being committed by Islamists, not by blacks, whites, etc.
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LOL exactly :[
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wtf dude thats isis not every muslim is in isis
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Yet almost no Muslim speaks out against ISIS. ISIS is actually practicing true Islam, while the "peaceful" Muslims aren't. There's a reason "peaceful" Muslims don't speak out against them.
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Actually, some of the muslims are now dead because of ISIS, plus, they hate them, so...
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yes they do search it up
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Dude, it's the Muslim people who want only Muslim, it's not "a religion of death."
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Christians want everyone to be Christian to but they don't kill people for it.
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yup I agree
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It's hard to believe that there are people who can't even see it for what it truly is. Maybe I was mistaken and it isn't a religion of death...perhaps "cult" or death is more appropriate.
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My god, that's not the point! The point is that not every Muslim is evil! And it has nothing to do with death!
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I didn't say every Muslim is evil.I said Islam is a religion of death and these "peaceful" Muslims who claim to be peaceful rarely, if at all, speak out against ISIS and the other violent Muslims. There's a reason they don't.
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You expect people with a lot on their plate to be able to speak out against people who may kill them as well?
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I'm not trying to impress anyone. God is the only one I need to please, not man.
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With Christianity you don't have to worry about someone trying to kill you. Unless it's Islam.
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Yes, but I do have to worry about being told I am a sinner merely by existing.
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Yes but when was the last time you ever heard of Christians flying planes into buildings, performing suidice bombings, etc. Even the witch hunts in history were not performed by Christians and burned Christians alive at the stake(example: William Tyndale) along with witches.
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People suspected of witchcraft throughout history were indeed killed by Christians, both Catholics and Protestants, who used the Bible to justify their actions. Your No True Scotsman fallacy won't work here. Christians also killed other Christians who they felt were heretics. To say that Christianity has clean hands and an unblemished history is false.
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So the Catholics arent Christian?
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no sir, Ron. It's a different religion. Muslims believe in Jesus but they think he was a prophet or a teacher, instead of God come in the flesh. The Catholics believe in Salvation through good works and faith in Jesus. Christianity teaches that all the work necessary to atone for all of your sin has been done on the Cross, and therefore Salvation through Jesus is a FREE GIFT. This is why Catholics burned Christians like William Tyndale at the steak. If Catholics were to discover that Salvation is by grace through faith and not of works, then the Pope would no longer be able to control people through ignorance and fear. Also, Christianity isn't even a religion. It's a relationship between you and your Creator. Religion, whether it's the Catholic religion, Islam or any other religion...Religion is about control. Christianity is about grace. It's about God loving us despite our sin and offering us a better path.
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Just look at the body counts.
www.thereligionofpeace.com
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Now imagine how many people died from having to stay in a dangerous area just because they had a belief they could not control, and would not express in harmful ways.
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We're all sinners. And you should worry about that. There is hope, though.
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"Sin" is just a construct, an idea. Some things are actual wrongdoings, and should be shamed. Others were just unconventional in earlier time periods. I am not going to make myself believe something I find illogical just to impress those who do actually believe it.
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I am not a sinner. In fact, if I was to accept the concept that God is perfect and infallible then I am living my life EXACTLY the way he planned me to. So how can that be a sin? Or are you saying God designed us to sin so he could punish us? What kind of God is that? Would you give your child the means to do something you do not want him to do just so you could beat him when he does it? That's not "free-will", that's abuse.
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(>_<)/
Wow
I've found the one person who actually speaks in long, complete sentences on this website...
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i we are so "rarely" peaceful why havent I bombed anyone yet?
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It's the extremists you're thinking of. Like how Hitler and Stalin deformed Communism from Marx's original intent.
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i have a feeling
that you, Mr. SpursFanFromAround
just goes on imgflip
watch Spurs lose to chelsea
do no research whatsoever
and get all your "evidence" from Fox News and Hannity and other]right wing media
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Lol! Okay. You think you have me pegged, huh?
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So racist! I'm not Muslim, but I know that Islam is just a different way of following the same god. Not all Muslims are terrorists, but most terrorists seem to be Muslim. You can't just assume that every Muslim is a terrorist.
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that just confusing
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They aren't the same god. Christianity and Islam are completely different.

And how does that make me racist? This isn't race relations.
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It technically is. Islams and Christians believe in the same god, angles, and even some biblical stories.
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I could go into a long explanation on why they aren't the same belief, but this is getting old and the arguments could just go on and on. Lol!
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They believe in the same people, but the personalities of them are altered between religions. Kinda like how Athena and Minerva are technically the same people in Greek/Roman mythology, but have completely different personalities.

And yeah, I don't wanna get into a long argument either. Just stating technical facts here ;)
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Dude, just stop!
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Stop what? You can't handle a debate? You can stop at any time if you're feeling stressed.
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FINALLY! I got proof that you don't shut up!
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I don't have to shut up. I'm debating a topic that the OP posted and you're getting whiny.
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Hmm, that's tough talk from someone accusing muslims killing everyone and insulting a common belief, which by the way, people choose to believe.
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I never accused all Muslims of killing anyone. You're twisting my words. I said Islam is a religion of of death...which it is. I never said all Muslims are killers.
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Weird, because god doesn't care what religion you have, we have freedom for a reason...
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And you probably don't like any other religion, because, "Oh, it's not christianity!" Oh [email protected] well. Get over it.
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Dude, its kind of hard to say crap about a religion when yours can be destroyed by the truth. Almost all of America is Christian, and look at the people we have nowadays. Careless.
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I don't have a problem with other religions. As long as they are peaceful or advocate peace on ageneral level. Islam does not. They are the only religion in modern society that still acts barbaric and calls for the murders of those who refuse to believe.
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Really? That's your argument? Just stfu? My point proven.
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It's an argument I most certainly agree with. :[
#KissAmericaGoodbye
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Hello Crusades... Same can be said about Catholicism....
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slight difference.
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Interesting,,,,
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they act like there are comparisons to mitigate accountability and responsibility. When you look into detail you realize it's strawman apologist lies that just gets repeated until people actually believe it.
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There is this attitude of victimization and a sense that somehow something is owed to them by society at large to make up for indequacies they feel has been seared onto them.
Couple that with current Western guilt about regretable occurences in its history, then a narrative is spun which suits this retrofitting of reality to cast moslems as the unfortunate casualties of larger forces over which they play no part in nor have any control over.
Thus, the responsibility for their actions is layed upon us rather than them who are the ones doing it.
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agreed, and this is happening with multiple groups at the same time. In reality, most of us are actually on the same page and on the same team. There are legitimate and large threats out there, but there is so much divisiveness and distractions it's impossible to get people to agree on anything.

But if you can think for yourself, we are all on the same team. People need to see that because these "comparisons" are ludicrous and have been debunked for a long time. By now it's basically just recirculated lies that people have accepted as truth. Ask them to clarify what they mean or show examples/evidence and they disappear only to pop up somewhere else with even more people repeating the same lies.
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Fact is all groups have suffered at the hands of others at one time or another.
Some are still disenfranchised by the legacy of such today here and abroad.

But attempting to justify - which is what these defenders of islamic terrorism are trying to do - such extreme acts of violence by comparing it to events which occurred centuries, even over a millenia, ago, is absurd.

The difference between us and them is that we've evolved past such barbarism.
No one is denying the horrors of the past, in fact, it is Western documentation of it that everyone is citing.
But to use that as get-out-of-jail-free card is disengenuous and hypocritical. If moslems didn't like it happening back then or now (even as they too had done the same or worse), what makes them think that Westerners would like it any themselves?

Add to that, as can be seen here, the moslems speak of image, reputation, being made to look bad, while being oblivous to the fact that is hardly a comparison to being tortured, [email protected], murdered, etc.

That attitude is chilling, and rather illuminating.
Ironically, THAT callous selfish image IS the stereoptype that THEY are projecting.
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Yep, they carry terror attacks out from civilian buildings so they can cry about it later. They tie civilians up to targets they don't want hit. They forcefully conscript child soldiers. What they do to women is absolutely unspeakable and words don't cover it. Nobody is making them do that. Then people actually try to justify it and by doing so are just marginalizing the rest of History.

In reality there has been no group that even remotely comes close to what they are doing. They operate in broad daylight, post videos about it online, brag about it, and if anyone tries to do anything about it, they can convert it into more recruitment material. There have been some legitimately evil groups throughout history, but these guys are well on their way to the top and terrorist group apologists are actively defending them and comparing them to things that aren't even remotely close. It happens every day, and on imgflip a LOT because they are *everywhere* now. Prove them wrong and they disappear only to pop up again like nothing has been resolved spreading more of their lies.
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okay, what are the other ones then?
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The Salem wiitch trials and there were plenty of others convicted of heresy like Galileo. I wasn't comparing numbers though, I was just saying Plenty of people lost their lives in the name of Catholicism / Christianity.
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Salem witch trials consisted of 20 executions out of 200 accusations, trial mistakes were admitted by the court system, the families compensated, apologies made, etc...

You're comparing Boko Haram, Al-Shabaab, Hezbollah, Taliban, Al-Qaeda, and ISIS which don't appear to be settling things peacefully any time soon, with the Salem Witch Trials. There is simply no comparison.
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Thanks for the Wikipedia lesson but I wasn't comparing anything. Go back to my original comment. It was someone else who started bringing up numbers. Just said that Catholics have done their own share of persecuting.
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First of all, that wasn't from Wikipedia. Second of all, reading your past comments, the ones you haven't deleted.. you've hopped from "The Crusades" to "The Salem Witch Trials" and it was first "Christians" but now you're just calling out Catholics. So in 1054 with Roman and Orthodox Catholics split, that's when "Christianity" started as understood today. So I don't know what you're referring to what "Christians" did as "Catholics" that are comparable with ISIS, Boko Haram, Al-Shabaab, etc..

Where is the comparison here?
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My comment, which you can find above the map comparison the other guy posted of Muslim vs crusade battles says "hello Crusades... Same can be said about Catholicism." Not sure how the other post got deleted but all it said was there were other times that Catholics / Christians persecuted people. I never brought up numbers. That was the map guy going off topic from what I said.
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The Catholic religion is not the same as the Christian religion. Infact, Catholics were infamous for burning Christians at the steak. Google the life of William Tyndale. He was historically known as God's Outlaw. :)
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Catholics also protected Christians because they embraced the New Testament which covers the teachings and life of Jesus. Catholics are technically Christians because they both believe in Jesus Christ and teach from the same Bible. Jews thought Jesus was just some dude who started his own religion. But all of Christianity is based on Jesus CHRIST.
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Catholicism isn't Christianity. The crusades were done by Roman Catholics as a "push back" against Islamist intruders. You know, defending their homes and families and such.
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lets play the refusal game
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I go to Indonesia every year, and none of the Muslims there seem to target my atheist self
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same
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then point your gun at the terrorists you dummy
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Mmmmm, nice gun to change everyone's perception about that terrorism thingy, eh?
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every man who thinks every muslim is in isis is a idiot
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Yet every man in ISIS is a Muslim that belongs to the death cult of Islam.
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Going to live in a foreign country and killing/maiming people because they think differently than what you liked back home, is like me going to dinner at a vegan restaurant and slapping all the hippies for eating kale.
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Why does that sound like fun though?
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sir
i am
american
AND
muslim
PLUS
i was born
IN
the blessed state of Pennsylvania
which is, fyi
in the United
States
of
America
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So why did you take that meme personally if it doesn't apply to you?

It was afterall, a reply to xhangfirex's comment.
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Exactly, YOU don't care about innocent people getting killed in the name of YOUR god.
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i hate, frickin hate isis
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:)
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Islam and Muslims are different.
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Islam is a religion, Muslims are people who follow Islam. Look it up if you don't believe me, it's sad that you cannot have an intelligent conversation, and yet try to tell me off. Do some research, or pay attention in school. Geez.
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So islamic islamists who follow islam are not moslems who follow the moslem religion, ooops, sorry, mooooooooooooooslim muuuuuuuslim religi - - - eh, whatever
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Naah, terrorist dude, come get me.
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*you're
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Damn it he deleted it, what did he say?
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He said he was gonna prove islam is the religion of peace by killing me.
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You can not like the religion but still like the people.
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Lmao
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Hipster alert!
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Ok, so I am a Muslim.
And an American,
Born in America,
Raised in America,
Citizenship/Passport: American
I, without any hesitation, denounce ISIS,
And hate ISIS with all my heart
I am called a terrorist at school on a regular basis,
I ignore these remarks

So, ladies and gentlemen
(Especially Mr. Modda and Mr. SpursFanFromAllAround),

Do I,
As a Muslim,
Deserve to Die?
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No, and I doubt anyone thinks that. You do not want to kill anyone. You do not want to hurt anyone. You are a good person. It does not matter if others think poorly of you as long as you see yourself in a good way. You don't need to prove yourself to anyone because they don't know you. i am so high right now
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We know we are good, but we have feelings too, and when someone tells me to die or kill myself for my beliefs and religion, it hurts. Also when I tell them to kill themselves for being Christians, they freak out.
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My point exactly. It does indeed hurt when someone talks to you like that like they have any right, but do not solve it by firing back the same insult. Please understand that someone insulting you does not mean anything at all if you do not allow it to. You have good people to talk to.
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Go tell that to them. Especially McCroryFan. (SpursFan) He'll hate you forever. :[
#KissAmericaGoodbye
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:P
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:)
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Exactly. :[
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Actually, I'm an atheist. However, I'm also against Islamaphobia and the radical Christianity on this site. I support you! :]
They pretend to know the meaning of Freedom of Religion, but they're turning it into "Freedom of being an asshole towards a Muslim". They're pathetic. Absolutely pathetic. :[
#KissAmericaGoodbye
#RepublicansArePathetic
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No problem! :]
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I think we are kindred souls... I should invite you over to my house sometime. Well, actually its my mom's house, but I do pay rent... most of the time... let's keep in touch, ok?
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It's always the white people....
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I hope not, because I play Yu-Gi-Oh and don't harm others.
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Wasn't that the Bushes trying to come up with an excuse to invade Iraq and take Saddam's oil?
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Hmmmmmmmm,,,,,,,,,

Cept they didn't take any.
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[image deleted]SO DIFFERENT, EH?!?! :[
#KissAmericaGoodbye
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I can see how many butthurt people there are in this comment section
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https://www.facebook.com/KhawarOfficial/photos/pcb.1846399618911283/1846398968911348/?type=3&theater

for people that think that muslim are terrorist
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Buh-bye front page! See you in the next trip!
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Ok, so if I tell a jew to kill themselves, it's a crime, but when someone tells me to kill myself for being muslim it's perfectly fine?
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*ignoring the fact that the majority of mass shootings in this country have been caused by white guys*
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bro a white guy killed somebody for a Pokemon on Pokemon go this year
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A Muslim killed someone this year.
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An Asian killed someone this year. A Mexican killed someone this year. An African American killed someone this year. A Hawaiian killed someone this year. A German killed someone this year. A Russian killed someone this year. It is not the race. It is the soul.
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I know, but he was trying to say white men do most of the terror attacks because a white man killed someone this year.
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Skin is always only a color. Nothing more. Those white men would have done the same thing no matter what color they were.
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I know that.
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Reese syrup sucks after a set amount of time.
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I always eat them in a day so I didn't know. But how is this relevant?
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Relevance got boring.
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A White guy killed someone this year. :[
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So?
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An Muslim member killed someone this year: "Terrible thing!"
A white guy killed someone this year: "so?"
Nice logic, kid. Remind me how do killings not equate?! :[
#KissAmericaGoodbye
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I was making fun of them for trying to prove a point by saying some one killed someone this year therefore that group are evil. I never said it is acceptable for white people to kill.
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One Muslim killed someone = All Muslims are evil?? Nice logic, kid. :[
#KissAmericaGoodbye
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That is the exact opposite of what I am trying to say.
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What ARE you trying to say then?? It came across to me as if you were accusing all Muslims are evil!! :[
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But the meme you used is a guy and he is white.
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true
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[image deleted]What if it were a Christian? Hmm... Surprise, Surprise! NO reaction!
But please, continue denying science like the homophobe you are. :[
#We'reDoomed2016
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You guys didn't. :[
#KissAmericaGoodbye
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Yes we did. I live in the south were all the Christians are, they did denounce.
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So... Muslims don't denounce ISIS??
Huh! The two I've seen on IMGflip HAVE denounced ISIS! :[
#KissAmericaGoodbye
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