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because he's the only one anyone likes?
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- It's almost as if other religions have their extremists as well....
What an excellent example of a moderate's reply.
No other religion is as filled with them, and the extremists from other religions aren't flooding countries they cannot merge with
And yet the man that was killed demonstrates outright that you're wrong. This isn't about Islamic apologism, this is about the fact that the man that was killed was a good man and demonstrated exactly the sort of attitude that people like you protest is not possible for Muslims to have, but for people like me that grew up around Muslims this is the sort of thing I encounter every day. Decent, hard-working immigrants and hell, decent hard-working 2nd generation immigrants too!
We need to punish the criminals, but a good man died doing what good men do, regardless of their faith.
Amen to that.
The man killed doesn't demonstrate that I'm wrong, though. I'm not arguing that Muslims cannot be good people- only that Islam has a large amount of Muslims which cannot mix well with other countries. I fully understand that it's a minority of Muslims which cannot mix well, but when your religion has over a seventh of the world's population, a minority is still a very large amount.
The problem is that, especially in the middle east, the cultures they have are just too vastly different from western ideals to merge well. This does not, obviously, happen with all Muslims- most are good people. Most can live in harmony with their fellow man while still practicing their faith, and I think that's just fine. The problem is that western countries are largely Christian in basis (even if the populations are not as religious as they used to be, the Christian foundations have still shaped the societies in a different way than the Islamic counterparts), whereas the middle eastern countries are founded, of course, with various sects of Islam. This leads to a completely different way that countries, and the people in them, exist and are run.
I've no point of argument. What you've said is more balanced and reasonable than I had expected. Well done, sir. *golf clap*
>filled with them
have you seen any numbers that would cause you to believe this about Islam, or are you just parroting the fear-mongering republicans?
I would point to the simple fact that, for a few decades now, the middle east has been heavily infested with various terrorist organizations. Even if you want to go with the idea that it's the fault of other countries, the simple fact is that they're there.
Other large religions (and honestly, only Christianity, Hinduism, and Chinese folk religion are comparable) don't have even close to the same amount of terrorist or otherwise violent organizations, and especially not of the same size.
Filled was the wrong word, I'll admit that- it's definitely a minority of Islamic followers that are harmful. Thing is, it's such a large religious group that even a minority has large impacts on the world, especially when we're in an age of explosives.
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