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|#44 - So let me get this straight. Trump holds a rally for… [+] (2 new replies)||06/04/2016 on leaving a trump rally||+13|
|#132 - To counter that, 25%, at least, of all of the world's Muslims … [+] (45 new replies)||04/21/2016 on Numbers Are Fun||+2|
#250 - anon (04/22/2016) [-]
Perfectly ignorant statement
#198 - thirdjess (04/22/2016) [-]
No, a lot of states you can straight up kill someone for being on your property. Self defence or no. It's called something like the castle laws, not sure though.
But you're referring to things that are uncommon in the majority of Islam. It's like saying the atrocities that happen in Mexico are common throughout the Americas. Mostly Sharia refers to really petty stuff, like debts owed. I have a friend who married into Islam, lived in the middle east for years. Worst thing she ever saw as a result of Sharia was a young boy getting his hand lopped off because he kept stealing stuff without reason (like if his family was starving or he needed bike parts to get to work, he wouldn't have been punished for it).
#251 - anon (04/22/2016) [-]
Educate yourself faggot
#201 - gerfunkel (04/22/2016) [-]
Yeah you're fucking high, castle law only applies once you are actually in physical, life threatening danger from the person. People tried your theory and they are now in prison.
Trust me, that's not uncommon in the majority of Middle Eastern Islam, South Asian Islam, and now even Eastern European Islam, It's actually a very common practice throughout the shia sect, specifically with pashtu tribes, but not limited to them. Sharia law covers way, way more than just debts owed(like mother fucking honor killings for BEING OUTSIDE WITHOUT A MAN PRESENT), and by the way when it goes into debts owed, it allows the debtor to have limbs cut off to satisfy the one owed. I promise you, I have been there, I understand the reality of what goes down in the large majority of muslim communities, and it is in no way good. Just like the majority of muslim communities believe in executing or imprisoning people for the simple act of being gay. The majority of Islam is quite simply primitive, and can not coexist with the rest of the world until they decide to become advanced themselves. The ones that did already moved here, and are westernized, and are not a problem.
#207 - thirdjess (04/22/2016) [-]
Dude fucking Indonesia is like the motherland for trap prostitutes. You're talking about one specific, secluded, extremely religious provice that lives ON AN ISLAND TEMPLE. Aceh. On top of that, these 'sex police' (actually Sharia Enforcers) only have the power to commit people to whippings.
#273 - indonesia (04/22/2016) [-]
not motherland, that's Thailand.
maybe we got trap prostitutes, but hey, USA even have one. we'll have one.
but not as bad as Thailand. and the sentences You're talking about one specific, secluded, extremely religious provice that lives ON AN ISLAND TEMPLE. Aceh you said above is true.
#217 - gerfunkel (04/22/2016) [-]
Oh hey, what a surprise, a radical set of laws controlled by men with little evidence required started abusing the system and sending people to jail. Go figure. It's okay though, I'm sure Indonesia is just one secluded part that doesn't mean the mean... oh wait, we'll go over to India who does the exact same shit, where you can be sent to prison for 6 years for homosexual acts, or maybe even Pakistan where, once again, the many shia tribes there still believe in bacha baz? Maybe we'll take a trip over to to Bangladesh, they sure seem pretty gent... oh wait, they lashed a 14 year old girl to death because someone said she had an affair with a married man and was tried without evidence. Yep, these areas sure are reaaaaally fucking humane huh?
#219 - gerfunkel (04/22/2016) [-]
No, it's not, because the majority of Christianity is modernized, where as the majority of Islam is not. I already talked about that, and those actions are condemned just as much as any committed by a sharia lunatic, only difference is they haven't started branching out into neighboring continents yet
#221 - thirdjess (04/22/2016) [-]
That's so hypocritial. Both Christianity and Islam (and Buddhism and Hinduism and Judaism) have pockets of extremists folk who do things that aren't appropriate for the modern world. Like someone else here said, a majority of terrorist acts within the USA and the UK are committed by Jewish extremists. Then you have all the crazies in the bible belt who kill people for having an abortion or getting pregnant during high school.
#226 - thirdjess (04/22/2016) [-]
Again, google is your friend
Mostly it's bombings/shootings of the planned parenthood facilities itself, or bombings/shootings of opposed religious centres.
#234 - gerfunkel (04/22/2016) [-]
Aaaaand once again going back to the fact that 99% of christians do not agree with those methods, and those are also spread out over such a long period of time that you can't even attempt to compare that to the ridiculous number of inhumane acts that occur in the name of Islam.
#232 - thirdjess (04/22/2016) [-]
mmm yes and no. The smaller 'country town' equivalent are mostly run by Sharia, but the cities and similar are run by law is we understand it. That's why they say you should go off the beaten track when going to India, because that's where you experience the true culture.
#220 - gerfunkel (04/22/2016) [-]
That's like saying that Westborough baptist represents christianity when the huge majority completely disavows them. I'd like to say the same for Islam, but when over 40% of muslims world wide agree with honor killings, and with strict sharia law being the law of the land in all Islamic countries, that is just not the case.
#239 - gerfunkel (04/22/2016) [-]
I can continue
#241 - gerfunkel (04/22/2016) [-]
Much higher number than the Muslim equivalent? Are you fucking retarded?
Yeah, those 5 cases sure do math this one single country with less than half the population here
#240 - thirdjess (04/22/2016) [-]
You posted the same stat four times and then one opinion piece. "I can continue" I can fucking read, you know.
Your study points out that they surveyed Shia folk, and then says further down that when they surveyed Sunni folk, they disagreed with the method. That's because SHIA IS AN EXTREMIST SECT.
#243 - gerfunkel (04/22/2016) [-]
Not to mention the UN estimated that, on average, at least 5000 honor killings occur world wide every year, with an estimated 91% being because of Islam. You can continue to try and defend eastern Islam as much as you want, but the second you let it into your home, or go there and actually experience it, you will understand instead of trying to make excuses for them being fucking savages compared to the rest of the world. Quit being PC just because it's the thing to do since you've been so fucking safe all your life
#252 - thirdjess (04/22/2016) [-]
They are and they aren't. The major forces behind these organisations were Sunni, but the organisations themselves are what's known as Wahhabism. See Muhammad wrote this thing called the Ashtiname of Muhammad, which says that places of worship must be protected, no matter the religion. Wahhabists have basically said that this particular document is bullshit, and all other religions are heretics. The guy they base their beliefs on even wrote a document saying that Muhhamad isn't the real prophet, that he is in fact the real prophet (both named Muhhamad, go figure).
So it's kind of like a bunch of folks went crazy and started following a mexican named Jesus.
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#120 - questionableferret (03/08/2016) [-]
There are natural instincts that kick in around kids. It's the same sort of biology that gives that sort of "super-strength" parents get when their kids are in danger. We're hard-wired to protect kids, and it helps that kids are lightweight and easy to catch too.
Reflexes don't come from the brain, btw. They come from your spine. They don't need to be processed, they're just natural reactions. If you touch something hot you recoil, if a kid is in danger you intervene. To be fair though, this could be extrapolated outwards to protecting even adults, it's just most people aren't protective about adults, but most are protective of kids. It's all about your priorities, really.
|#126 - As far as Catholic schools go, unless it's a very large, very …||03/08/2016 on American Education||0|
|#121 - No teacher does it for the money. I work roughly 55 … [+] (2 new replies)||03/08/2016 on American Education||0|
#126 - cookiedude (03/08/2016) [-]
As far as Catholic schools go, unless it's a very large, very wealthy parish, the teachers are not going to get paid very well. Ever.
I'm a first year teacher, and I am already getting paid the same as a 5th year teacher just up the hallway. And our school is the second highest paid in the diocese/area. A Catholic elementary school just 20 minutes away pays their teachers shit money. Like $27,500 per year. I know a first year teacher there (both graduated from the same university) and her fiance works in the town's public school, and between the two of them, they don't even make $55,000 a year.
I can't speak for other private schools, but if their tuition is high, then maybe the teachers get some of that. I don't really know.
I could have taken a job that paid me $37,000 due to my past experience as a classroom aide, and my extra credits; however, I chose parochial because it was a cleaner school, better teachers, and I had already worked there.
I do know of some people too that chose teaching as a backup for their failed career or major, like they thought it would be easy.
I went to night school, because I needed to work during the day, and I had a "classmate" that had dropped out of 3 different universities, and done 6 different majors, but didn't like them. She then chose the business degree at the college, but it was hard because of math.
She then had to drop out of the teaching program because she couldn't pass the Praxis 1 test that the state requires all potential teachers to pass. And she had 3 attempts to take it, and at its hardest it had 8th grade math and pre-algebra.
I guess that people like that can slip through sometimes?
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