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Nato Burning Qurans In Afghan?

Perseveranze's Photo Perseveranze 25 Feb 2012

Oh really so what happens to all the bibles confiscated every year by muslims, like saudi arabia for example?


Probably sent to a foriegn Christian church. Burning or disrespecting the Bible is against the Shariah, and anyone who did that under an Islamic state would face persecution. This is because the rights of Christians and other monorities are to be protected. They are unable to "practice their faith in peace" if it was rediculed and insulted all the time.

Hate speech in itself is anti-Shariah, as it causes disruption between communities and minorities.
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SaracenSoldier's Photo SaracenSoldier 25 Feb 2012

Oh really so what happens to all the bibles confiscated every year by muslims, like saudi arabia for example?


They're your allies go ask them.
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Scotia's Photo Scotia 25 Feb 2012

As far as i can tell they are shredded, is that more acceptable than burning?
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SaracenSoldier's Photo SaracenSoldier 25 Feb 2012

As far as i can tell they are shredded, is that more acceptable than burning?


Why did you ignore post no. 21?
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SaracenSoldier's Photo SaracenSoldier 25 Feb 2012

Moving on:


NATO recalls advisers after Kabul shooting

Al Jazeera's Bernard Smith, reporting live from the Afghan capital, said the withdrawal of hundreds of military and civilian advisers is a sign that NATO feels "no place is secure for any of their advisers" in Afghanistan.



http://www.aljazeera...1435215869.html

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Scotia's Photo Scotia 25 Feb 2012

Show me 1 place in the world where non muslims arent being oppressed in any way shape or form?

And you call me brainwashed, one-sided and hateful?

Mr believes anything that a 1400 yr old book says coz u think i man in the sky dictated it thru an angel to a human.

you seem incapable of seeing Islam or fellow muslims in anything other then Islam/muslim tainted specs.

where as i can quite clearly see, what was said in post 21 is not what is happening in the world today.
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ParadiseLost's Photo ParadiseLost 25 Feb 2012

Mr believes anything that a 1400 yr old book says coz u think i man in the sky dictated it thru an angel to a human.


This is insulting to Islamic beliefs. We do not believe in a man in the sky.
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SaracenSoldier's Photo SaracenSoldier 27 Feb 2012

US advisers shot in Afghanistan 'mocked protests over burning of Koran'




TWO US advisers who were shot dead in the Afghan interior ministry by a colleague had been mocking anti-American protests over the burning of the Koran, a government source has said.

"The advisers were scolding the protesters and calling them bad names", as they watched videos of demonstrations in Kabul, the source said, requesting anonymity because of the sensitivity of the issue.


"They called the Koran a bad book in the presence of the guy. After all this the guy had verbal arguments with the advisers and was threatened by them. He gets angry and shoots them. Eight rounds were fired at them.


"He then sneaks out and disappears. No one knew about the incident for more than an hour because the room is soundproofed."



http://www.courierma...f-1226282154758


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freedslave's Photo freedslave 28 Feb 2012

Americans forget.

They forget that their army uses drone strikes, to kill innoncent Afghan women and children.
They forget that their soldiers have shot at Afghan civilians, and have humiliated and tortured them.

And till now, the Afghan people did not notably protest the occupation. Sure, there were some protests, but not as newsworthy as the conflict itself. The only significant thing they did was, a few of their men joined the ranks of the Taliban and other smaller militant factions, with no sophisticated weapons, but nonetheless took arms and fought against American soldiers in whatever way they could.

The civilian population who had not taken arms largely remained silent all this while, despite the atrocities committed by the US army.

And now the US army pushed them over the edge with this burning stunt.
The violence you see in Afghanistan, is not a result of the Quran burning alone, it is the result of what the US army has done in Afghanistan over the past 9 years.

The Afghans have had enough...
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ParadiseLost's Photo ParadiseLost 28 Feb 2012

totally agree ^^
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kellygreen's Photo kellygreen 29 Feb 2012

They're your allies go ask them.



and they are your brothers in Islam
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Yank's Photo Yank 02 Mar 2012

Getting back to the topic at hand, freedslave has a point that this could be about way more than just the Quran's. As for the incident itself, it was a mistake, one that can be chaulked up to culture differences and misunderstandings. The best thing that could have been done (IMHO) would've been to simply donate them instead of trying to dispose of them in any way.
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kellygreen's Photo kellygreen 04 Mar 2012

'''As for the incident itself, it was a mistake, one that can be chaulked up to culture differences and misunderstandings. The best thing that could have been done (IMHO) would've been to simply donate them instead of trying to dispose of them in any way.





they should have been boxed up and given to a local imam so he could figure out what to do with them.
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Saracen21stC's Photo Saracen21stC 04 Mar 2012

Americans forget.

They forget that their army uses drone strikes, to kill innoncent Afghan women and children.
They forget that their soldiers have shot at Afghan civilians, and have humiliated and tortured them.

And till now, the Afghan people did not notably protest the occupation. Sure, there were some protests, but not as newsworthy as the conflict itself. The only significant thing they did was, a few of their men joined the ranks of the Taliban and other smaller militant factions, with no sophisticated weapons, but nonetheless took arms and fought against American soldiers in whatever way they could.

The civilian population who had not taken arms largely remained silent all this while, despite the atrocities committed by the US army.

And now the US army pushed them over the edge with this burning stunt.
The violence you see in Afghanistan, is not a result of the Quran burning alone, it is the result of what the US army has done in Afghanistan over the past 9 years.

The Afghans have had enough...


People like SCOTIA (and some other atheists) can not see this because they are (self claimed) 'humanist'.
Edited by Saracen of 21st Century, 04 March 2012 - 01:23 PM.
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Saracen21stC's Photo Saracen21stC 04 Mar 2012

This is insulting to Islamic beliefs. We do not believe in a man in the sky.


Was never really surprised to see that another atheist lying about Islam. Most of the Atheists I have seen blatantly lies about religion.
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Ron Shirt's Photo Ron Shirt 04 Mar 2012

Understanding begets understanding. Ignorance breeds ignorance.

r
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Scotia's Photo Scotia 04 Mar 2012

Where did i lie?

do u not believe allahs throne is above the heavens?

"Was never really surprised to see that another atheist lying about Islam. Most of the Atheists I have seen blatantly lies about religion."

Are you for real?

have u seen the rubbish posted on here about athiests?

and if u could highlight some of the so called lies made about Islam?
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kellygreen's Photo kellygreen 05 Mar 2012

Where did i lie?...do u not believe allahs throne is above the heavens?




isn't there some that believe there is a guy in a well somewhere ready to come out and whip all the non-believers. Right ?
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ParadiseLost's Photo ParadiseLost 05 Mar 2012

Scotia you have been a member on this forum for a while now and you know full well that Muslims do not believe in ''a man in the sky''.
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