A muslim just shot 100 people and then you have another one on there saying it;s not the muslim religion but radicals. The shooter was an american born muslim that was sane enough to get a weapons license, This tells me that any muslim can change and become an extremist.
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Which religious group should they align with, the Extremist Christian who refer to them as an abomination 365 days a year, but who are now using this event for political gains? People align with "individuals" who support them and not generalize them
The OT may say to put gays to death, but the Islam religious groups ACTUALLY DO throw them off of rooftops and kill them in other ways. Christians DO NOT do that! Not now that Jesus had come.
Just because Extremist Christians do not kill gays in mass numbers does not mean a group will align with a group who treats them bad, even if less bad. Especially, if people are using a tragedy for political or other gain.
It is the liberal reflex to sympathize with the underdog, the economically poor Muslims, when Islam suppresses business and research. And they ignore how it spread via conquest since the Medina period for 1400 years.
Only that extremist christians DO kill homosexuals.
At the end of the day you align with the "person" who will support you. If 100 Muslims hate you and 2 like you, you will align with the two that like you and not toss away the entire lot.
People can be sane and buy a gun. This guy was just evil, plain and simple. The fact is that ISIS actually took credit for this, and that fact just happens to be ignored by almost everyone.
Interesting isnt it Lolita?
Extremists take a given religion to its extreme. Buddhist extremism is to do exactly as Buddha instructed: devote whole life to meditation & compassion. Muslim extremism is to do exactly as Mohammed instructed: murder infidels, which includes ga
Haha, seriously? Do you pay attention to what happens in the world outside of Islamic terrorism in the west? Maybe check out what those meditating Buddhists have been up to in Burma and Sri Lanka over the past few years.