Why Most of the People thinks that Muslims are terrorist?
Just watch the nightly news and read the papers. Most terrorist acts are committed by "radical" Muslims. When the last time you saw a terrorist attack committed by radical Christians.
Throughout all of the past 2000 years of history?
Yes, your religion has been a violent religion for 2000 years. Killing women and children, chopping off children's heads and being proud of it. Women are seen to be nothing but slaves in your religion. You even forbid them to go to school. Nonsense!
I think jThomp42 you need to study islam gives the most rights then any religion to womens and what about us they are killing womens childs in afghanistan and iraq and name them as a terrorist ,
That is why we are in Afghanistan is to give "ALL" people equal human rights and not get their heads chopped off for going to school or showing their faces. You people seem to ignore the "Reasons" for the US being there, that we are there to help!!
Yes you are there to help and kill Womens and Childrens and who said that Muslims doesn't gives rights? Only rights are that they should sex with different Men and be half or fully naked??? if yes then you are right muslims don't gives such rights .
You are in "HUGE" denial my friend. Kill them over these things I have mentioned. I would rather not engage in this discussion with you any longer. How do you people live with yourselves?
I think KFusha was referring to Christianity having 2000 years worth of terrorist acts. Participants in the crusades, the witch trials and the KKK all committed atrocities in the name of Christ.
In which Christians see as very wrong and can admit it. Muslims cannot do this, only making more excuses.
Countless Muslims disapprove of, and are disgusted by, the violent acts committed by extremists claiming to follow their religion.
Really ???? See this then : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VP6eaqUMRUc
I'm sorry to say but the bulk of the large scale violence in the world are in Muslims countries. The attacks in our own country (US) have been perpetrated by Muslim radicals. How can we think anything else?
I'm sorry, but you need to educate yourself more. We have killed over 100,000 civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan. The bulk of the large scale violence in the world is caused by the United States.
KFusha. This is a simple format, and my answer was simple given the space and my opinion. You do not know me nor have you any idea of the extent of my education. So please climb down off your high horse.
It is create by reason of intervention of your country's army in their affairs.
Religious extremists are usually the ones who get the most attention. So a Muslim who bombs an American embassy is going to get more screen time than one (or one hundred) who goes to work and loves his family. It's true of all religions. The only way one can get a different perspective of it is to actually live amongst that religion. So, for example, someone who lives in a predominantly Muslim country, won't think Muslims are inherently evil, just like someone who lives in a predominantly Christian country won't think Christians are inherently evil. But when the news only gives coverage to groups like Al Qaeda and the Westboro baptist church, it paints a false picture for everyone who is unfamiliar with that religion. I'd like to blame the news networks for picking the most paranoia-inducing stories, but we're at fault too for giving those stories the highest ratings.
The Quran (Muslim holy book) clearly promotes violence against those who do not follow Islam.
Quran (8:12) - "I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them"
Quran (4:76) - "Those who believe fight in the cause of Allah…"
invisiblevision, I will let you answer your own question.
Dear You didn't read the background for this verses islam doesn't allow to hearn any non Muslim even a Muslim is not allowed to say that your religion is Wrong
That is simply not true. Islam is a religion of slaughter and terror. You should get to know your own religion's book more thoroughly before you engage others with this nonsense.
I guess it's also down to human nature or just primal instinct, that if we see one of a particular group, we've seen them all. It's like when some people go to a different country and say "they all look the same". Remember when the IRA was at large and many people mistrusted the Irish? That's just another example - because of the extreme lengths, because of the fact that they can do anything without being seen doing it at times (i.e London bus bombings, the tube bombing), people will naturally be scared. The thing is that a lot of Muslim activity in England has riled people up and will make as many things up as possible for the sake of it. With airport security being far more secure, busses being a place of potential combustion and trains being the hub of paranoia, people will naturally point a finger at the cause.
I'm not going to say that all muslims are terrorists, but thanks to the whole damn scare and this 'fighting the war on terror' thing going on in England, I've really no choice but to have my suspicions. As soon as another religious group commits a wide-scale terrorist attack and wars against countries it is present in, I'm afraid - much like the Irish earlier on - Muslims will be suspected. A great shame, really.
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