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The UK should just accept the inevitable and embrace Islam


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Initial post: 10 Jun 2013 23:54:50 BDT
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In reply to an earlier post on 11 Jun 2013 06:09:16 BDT
Max Plankton says:
What on earth are you trying to achieve with this post? Your response is eccentric at best. Analyze that.

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Posted on 11 Jun 2013 10:42:54 BDT
Pen Master says:
At least with Islam shopping for clothes is much easier. White robes for the guys and a black pillar box for the girls! The only problem might be that with Islam our borders would be open to all those from other Islamic states. I wonder if with a billion Asians living here there might be excesive pressure upon public services?

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Spin says:
Jack: We do not have to worry about Islam. Right now Islamic nations are experiencing secular revolutions in response to the totalitarianism of Islam. Soon, because of theis "Age of Enlightenment" in the mid-orient, Islam in eastern nations will have the same status as Christianity in the West; a matter of personal choice not a cultural or governmental identity. Unfortunately, this will result in the extremist Muslims waging war against their own people. Freedom is not a "right"; it is a long, bloody battle.

Posted on 11 Jun 2013 11:55:10 BDT
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Posted on 11 Jun 2013 12:38:21 BDT
shakespier says:
"...The UK should just accept the inevitable and embrace Islam...", that's the headline question.

And the question to the question is "Why should we ?". Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Yemen, the list of countries is endless where Christianity is not embraced (our religion), where they prefer to decapitate offenders, cut the hands from offenders, jail without trial offenders.. offenders against their religion. If I can't do and say in Saudi what I would normally be free to do and say in Great Britain, then we should return the compliment.

Posted on 11 Jun 2013 12:42:25 BDT
J. Forbes says:
Another half-witted thread from an infant who will do anything to gain attention.

Posted on 11 Jun 2013 12:58:15 BDT
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Max Plankton says:
Again - that doesn't even mean anything! I'm not sure what you think you're the 'fount' of, but I sure wouldn't want to step in it!

In reply to an earlier post on 11 Jun 2013 14:51:56 BDT
Regarding the title of this thread, I have some questions:

Please tell me who said it.
Do you mean "convert to Islam" (I think people of any proclivity to convert to any religion should want to do it only for themselves, not because others tell them to), or "stop treating Muslims who are good people like garbage" (an excellent idea!)?

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Now then, now then....don't spoil a rubbish thread with an intelligent question.

Posted on 11 Jun 2013 18:26:43 BDT
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shakespier says:
J. Forbes says:
" Another half-witted thread from an infant who will do anything to gain attention."

Are you referring to my post Mr. or Mrs Forbes, or are you referring to the thread ?

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Posted on 11 Jun 2013 19:02:55 BDT
Lots of Muslims try very hard to integrate into the community, it's just that we don't welcome them, presumably thinking they are all terrorists. I was going to get in touch with a Mosque as part of my own interest in the religion, and an Evangelical vicar offered to make an introduction for me. He said the leader's name, the Imam I suppose, was Peter, so this was a surprise as I thought they were nearly all called Mohammed! Peter said the Mosque was too far away to be of use to me, as it is really, so they are not all pushing their religion and they are not all radicalised political extremists either.
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