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and not the internet | WHAT IF I TOLD YOU THE HATE IS LEARNED AT THE MOSQUE | image tagged in matrix morpheus,islam,terrorism | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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HOW DARE YOU SAY WE PREACH HATE! WE'LL KILL YOU FOR YOUR ISLAMOPHOBIA! | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Apparently the word mosque is nsfw
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8 ups, 1 reply
Actually, since most mosques aren't violent, the internet has been far more key in bringing violent doctrine to the wider Muslim world than the places of worship themselves.
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There's a difference between hate and violence. Many mosques, as well as religious institutions of any kind, preach hate. But the willingness to act violently based on that hate is different. Most terrorist acts committed in the name of Islam are not professed by the Quran in a prescriptive way, and as such most Mosques don't do so either.
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Actually, the "moderate" Muslims are the Muslims that murder, **pe and infest other countries. This is what the Quran preaches.

Islam is the only religion that is stuck in the stone age and has no intention of changing and adapting into civilized culture.
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5 ups, 1 reply
Where in the Quran does it say to do such things? Most people who have read the Quran and understand its context don't believe that is what it prescribes. But perhaps you haven't met many moderate Muslims.
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6 ups, 1 reply
Depends on which half of the Quran you believe. There are basically two parts to it. One half preaches peace while the other preaches death to anyone who doesn't follow the teachings.

Muhammad claimed he was possessed when the first half was written and therefore is not what Islam teaches to its followers; basically telling his readers to just ignore the peace part.
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5 ups, 1 reply
I don't know where you got this information from. The so-called "Satanic Verse(s)" of the Quran, supposedly said under the influence of the Devil, simply implied that prayers offered to three of Mecca's polytheistic gods (Al-Lat, Al-'Uzza, and Manat) would be considered legitimate by Alla and answered. The later correction by the angel Gabriel of this supposed error abrogated only the claim that intercession of Al-Lat, Al-Uzza, and Manat was legitimate. It has nothing to do with verses concerning peace or war.
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Since the seventh century the book of Islam is all that is read in the Middle East. They live by it, they believe it. They want a world without nonbelievers. Any aid we send there, any diplomacy we engage in will not help. The only answer, at this point, is to smash those countries into a parking lot.
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I can only hope you're joking about the genocide part. As for your other claim, the Islamic world is the one that brought us algebra and the alchemical foundation for the beginnings of chemistry in the Western world. It's ludicrous to claim that "Since the seventh century the book of Islam is all that is read in the Middle East" when they are the ones that revived and read Europe's ancient traditions of science, philosophy, and history. They took a keen interest in such traditions and tried to learn from them as much from them as they could, while the Europeans themselves were still burning the books of Plato and Aristotle as "Unchristian".
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3 ups, 1 reply
And astronomy.
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Yes, that too. Thank you.
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You're talking about Muslims who aren't extremists. I agree, there are some who attend universities there and abroad. But how do you explain children who are strapping on suicide vests in the name of martyrdom? Or soldiers who use women and children as human shields? Tell me, how would you stop radical Muslims?
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How would I end Muslim extremism? Well, I can at the very least say that your suggestion, which would be the largest genocide in history, is not the answer. But the question of "how would YOU stop Muslim extremism?" or any kind of religious terrorism, is essentially an impossible one. It's like asking someone how they would end something like mental illness, world poverty, or war. It's not something that can be solved by a single leader or nation, and it has no, so to speak, "final solution." However, where religious extremism is at its minimum is in politically stable nations, with governments that are secular regardless of the religious majority, and allow freedom of speech and press. Part of the prevalence of religious terrorism stems from the potential political divisiveness of religion's indoctrinating capabilities. If you have a government that is claimed to rule by divine mandate, and be endowed with the privilege to interpret the will of God, then you run into all sorts of problems. It's like The Crusades; the people who ran the show mostly did it for political or fiscal reasons, whereas the majority who did the dirty work massacred tens of thousands of people because they were taught that it was the will of God. Additionally, anyone who opposed it was condemned and potentially punished. Such oppression of free speech is also why the Muslim majority in many Islamic theocracies who vehemently oppose their violent regimes do not speak against them; they are forced into silence.
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Umm...are you forgetting about the Jewish populations that have and still do reside there? Remember the whole ordeal with Israel becoming an independent country? Yeah, that's a Jewish refuge.
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FlameWar...an appropriate name for the creator of a soon-to-be flame war. :P
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I would much rather one of my "funny" memes made second page. I figured this would get 45 views and maybe 2 likes.
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FULL DISCLOSURE: I am a white Christian male, born and currently living in NYC. I have never been inside a Mosque. The pastor of my church has worked and lived as a foreigner in Saudia Arabia. While living in Saudi, he established an underground Christian church. After five years be left Saudi to establish a church in NYC but the church in Saudi still exists. He told me that some Saudi Imams, during worship services, preach hatred and intolerance toward non-Moslems and the western world in general. "Death to Am*rica" and that sort of rhetoric. How does he know this is true? I do not know. But I do tend to believe it goes on, even in ally Islamic countries, like Saudi Arabia.
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P.S. I just want to make it clear, that the conversation between my Pastor and I was during a one-on-one, personal conversation.
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Islam was never meant to be a religion of hate.
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