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Islam Is a Religion of Violence | Foreign Policy

18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: crazyostrich646 | Category: Resume sur la guerre de troie naura pas lieu

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    User1489545210 17 Jan 2017 22:56

    ******* ****** STFU! ILL KILL YOU!

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    silverkoala470 18 Jan 2017 06:46

    I try not to judge people by the color of their skin or beliefs. but since i was in the army, and have been around a lot of muslims my perception has changed for the worse. the type of muslims i was around were horrible and they gave a bad name to other muslims who are good people. i dont get angry or uncomfortable, when i see muslims now, because i remind myself that they arent all the same as the ones i was around but i used to hate them and want every single one of them dead. i cant say the same for my husband. his best friend was killed by muslims in front of him. he till this day hates them and wants them all dead, but it has been 5 years and its something im helping him with, but im scared he wont get over it. i hate how religion is such a catalyst to hate and war but itll never stop. Since being deployed its been hard but ive been able to overcome it.

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    bluedog226 18 Jan 2017 04:49

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    The temptation toward simplicity is evident even in the question posed in this debate. The framing reveals a fundamental error: that violent extremism is fundamental to Islam rather than committed by individuals. The fact that there is violence emanating from parts of the Muslim world does not mean that violence is a product of the religion.

    To grasp this complexity, it is important to understand three areas: the role of global politics that have destabilized the region and inflamed tensions; how dysfunctional states create an opening for extremism; and finally, how religion fills the gaps created by international and domestic uncertainties.

    The AJWS began in 1985 with a mission of working to alleviate hunger, disease, and poverty around the world. In doing so, it draws upon notions of social justice in Jewish tradition. At present, it makes grants to hundreds of grassroots organizations around the world and hundreds of volunteers participate in projects each year.

    American bishops created the organization in 1943. Inspired by the Gospel tradition, Catholic Relief Services aims to assist the poor and disadvantaged in pursuit of justice. It does so both through direct assistance and in supporting the development of local capacity. Catholic Relief Services has a global network of offices in nearly 100 countries around the globe.

    But does this violent extremism stem from Islam’s sacred texts? Or is it the product of circumstance, which has twisted and contorted Islam’s foundations?

    To answer this, it’s worth first drawing the important distinction between Islam as a set of ideas and Muslims as adherents. The socioeconomic, political, and cultural circumstances of Muslims are varied across the globe, but I believe that we can distinguish three different groups of Muslims in the world today based on how they envision and practice their faith.

    And while Trump rules, there is still an evil brewing globally by the masters of deception. We still have Islam. And then we have liberal socialism, which is being responded to by another arising phenomenon: populism. These are all three recipes which spell out World War III.

    So many ask regarding this election; were are we heading and what does the prophetic future hold now that Trump is elected president? There are two key questions: 1-Will President elect Donald Trump confront Islam and destroy ISIS? Or 2-Will he lead the U.S. into populism and isolationism as the liberal claims catapulting Islam even further overseas.

    The name of the religion is Islam, which comes from an Arabic root word meaning "peace" and "submission." Islam teaches that one can only find peace in one s life by submitting to Almighty God ( Allah ) in heart, soul and deed. The same Arabic root word gives us "Salaam alaykum," ("Peace be with you"), the universal Muslim greeting.

    Islam is a major world religion, with over 1 billion followers worldwide (1/5 of the world population). It is considered one of the Abrahamic, monotheistic faiths, along with Judaism and Christianity. Although usually associated with the Arabs of the Middle East, less than 10% of Muslims are in fact Arab. Muslims are found all over the world, of every nation, color and race. The most populous Muslim country today is Indonesia, a non-Arab country.

    Philip Almond ne travaille pas, ne conseille pas, ne possède pas de parts, ne reçoit pas de fonds d une organisation qui pourrait tirer profit de cet article, et n a déclaré aucune autre affiliation que son poste universitaire.

    Questions are being raised as to the role of religion in deadly attacks in Paris that killed more than 100 people. Specifically, is Islam a religion of war or of peace?

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    User1487771914 18 Jan 2017 00:56

    The Virgin Mary is Queen of Peace. She is mentioned in the Koran and is considered by Muslims to be the greatest woman who ever lived.

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    л у з е р 18 Jan 2017 04:12

    The following information sources were used to prepare and update the above essay. The hyperlinks are not necessarily still active today.

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    The temptation toward simplicity is evident even in the question posed in this debate. The framing reveals a fundamental error: that violent extremism is fundamental to Islam rather than committed by individuals. The fact that there is violence emanating from parts of the Muslim world does not mean that violence is a product of the religion.

    To grasp this complexity, it is important to understand three areas: the role of global politics that have destabilized the region and inflamed tensions; how dysfunctional states create an opening for extremism; and finally, how religion fills the gaps created by international and domestic uncertainties.

    The AJWS began in 1985 with a mission of working to alleviate hunger, disease, and poverty around the world. In doing so, it draws upon notions of social justice in Jewish tradition. At present, it makes grants to hundreds of grassroots organizations around the world and hundreds of volunteers participate in projects each year.

    American bishops created the organization in 1943. Inspired by the Gospel tradition, Catholic Relief Services aims to assist the poor and disadvantaged in pursuit of justice. It does so both through direct assistance and in supporting the development of local capacity. Catholic Relief Services has a global network of offices in nearly 100 countries around the globe.

    But does this violent extremism stem from Islam’s sacred texts? Or is it the product of circumstance, which has twisted and contorted Islam’s foundations?

    To answer this, it’s worth first drawing the important distinction between Islam as a set of ideas and Muslims as adherents. The socioeconomic, political, and cultural circumstances of Muslims are varied across the globe, but I believe that we can distinguish three different groups of Muslims in the world today based on how they envision and practice their faith.

    And while Trump rules, there is still an evil brewing globally by the masters of deception. We still have Islam. And then we have liberal socialism, which is being responded to by another arising phenomenon: populism. These are all three recipes which spell out World War III.

    So many ask regarding this election; were are we heading and what does the prophetic future hold now that Trump is elected president? There are two key questions: 1-Will President elect Donald Trump confront Islam and destroy ISIS? Or 2-Will he lead the U.S. into populism and isolationism as the liberal claims catapulting Islam even further overseas.

    The name of the religion is Islam, which comes from an Arabic root word meaning "peace" and "submission." Islam teaches that one can only find peace in one s life by submitting to Almighty God ( Allah ) in heart, soul and deed. The same Arabic root word gives us "Salaam alaykum," ("Peace be with you"), the universal Muslim greeting.

    Islam is a major world religion, with over 1 billion followers worldwide (1/5 of the world population). It is considered one of the Abrahamic, monotheistic faiths, along with Judaism and Christianity. Although usually associated with the Arabs of the Middle East, less than 10% of Muslims are in fact Arab. Muslims are found all over the world, of every nation, color and race. The most populous Muslim country today is Indonesia, a non-Arab country.

    Philip Almond ne travaille pas, ne conseille pas, ne possède pas de parts, ne reçoit pas de fonds d une organisation qui pourrait tirer profit de cet article, et n a déclaré aucune autre affiliation que son poste universitaire.

    Questions are being raised as to the role of religion in deadly attacks in Paris that killed more than 100 people. Specifically, is Islam a religion of war or of peace?

    The West in its era under Christianity has not known the phenomenon we call the homosexual movement until the 20th century. During the Christian era, whenever  homosexuality was discussed, it was almost always considered an abberation imported from the Muslim orient which there it was always considered not just an acceptable practice but a norm and is why homosexuals tend to be more sympathetic towards Islam over Christianity.

    The proof to this is simple. All one has to do in order to understand Islamic history is to review ISIS and they will see is a microcosm of the times of Muhammad and his companions, Khalid, Ali, Omar, Abu Bakr including all the Muslim dynasties after them  ghosts from a dark history past who miraculously were released from the depths of the pit into your social media network and youtube all with the original mascara eyes men, red dye henna beards, long hair like women (Revelation 9:8), dress, sexual habits including all the depraved strange preferences and unimaginable brutality.

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    Я_Р_Ч_И_К 18 Jan 2017 07:59

    The following information sources were used to prepare and update the above essay. The hyperlinks are not necessarily still active today.

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    The temptation toward simplicity is evident even in the question posed in this debate. The framing reveals a fundamental error: that violent extremism is fundamental to Islam rather than committed by individuals. The fact that there is violence emanating from parts of the Muslim world does not mean that violence is a product of the religion.

    To grasp this complexity, it is important to understand three areas: the role of global politics that have destabilized the region and inflamed tensions; how dysfunctional states create an opening for extremism; and finally, how religion fills the gaps created by international and domestic uncertainties.

    The AJWS began in 1985 with a mission of working to alleviate hunger, disease, and poverty around the world. In doing so, it draws upon notions of social justice in Jewish tradition. At present, it makes grants to hundreds of grassroots organizations around the world and hundreds of volunteers participate in projects each year.

    American bishops created the organization in 1943. Inspired by the Gospel tradition, Catholic Relief Services aims to assist the poor and disadvantaged in pursuit of justice. It does so both through direct assistance and in supporting the development of local capacity. Catholic Relief Services has a global network of offices in nearly 100 countries around the globe.

    But does this violent extremism stem from Islam’s sacred texts? Or is it the product of circumstance, which has twisted and contorted Islam’s foundations?

    To answer this, it’s worth first drawing the important distinction between Islam as a set of ideas and Muslims as adherents. The socioeconomic, political, and cultural circumstances of Muslims are varied across the globe, but I believe that we can distinguish three different groups of Muslims in the world today based on how they envision and practice their faith.

    And while Trump rules, there is still an evil brewing globally by the masters of deception. We still have Islam. And then we have liberal socialism, which is being responded to by another arising phenomenon: populism. These are all three recipes which spell out World War III.

    So many ask regarding this election; were are we heading and what does the prophetic future hold now that Trump is elected president? There are two key questions: 1-Will President elect Donald Trump confront Islam and destroy ISIS? Or 2-Will he lead the U.S. into populism and isolationism as the liberal claims catapulting Islam even further overseas.

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    User1489523146 17 Jan 2017 22:08

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    The temptation toward simplicity is evident even in the question posed in this debate. The framing reveals a fundamental error: that violent extremism is fundamental to Islam rather than committed by individuals. The fact that there is violence emanating from parts of the Muslim world does not mean that violence is a product of the religion.

    To grasp this complexity, it is important to understand three areas: the role of global politics that have destabilized the region and inflamed tensions; how dysfunctional states create an opening for extremism; and finally, how religion fills the gaps created by international and domestic uncertainties.

    The AJWS began in 1985 with a mission of working to alleviate hunger, disease, and poverty around the world. In doing so, it draws upon notions of social justice in Jewish tradition. At present, it makes grants to hundreds of grassroots organizations around the world and hundreds of volunteers participate in projects each year.

    American bishops created the organization in 1943. Inspired by the Gospel tradition, Catholic Relief Services aims to assist the poor and disadvantaged in pursuit of justice. It does so both through direct assistance and in supporting the development of local capacity. Catholic Relief Services has a global network of offices in nearly 100 countries around the globe.

    But does this violent extremism stem from Islam’s sacred texts? Or is it the product of circumstance, which has twisted and contorted Islam’s foundations?

    To answer this, it’s worth first drawing the important distinction between Islam as a set of ideas and Muslims as adherents. The socioeconomic, political, and cultural circumstances of Muslims are varied across the globe, but I believe that we can distinguish three different groups of Muslims in the world today based on how they envision and practice their faith.

    And while Trump rules, there is still an evil brewing globally by the masters of deception. We still have Islam. And then we have liberal socialism, which is being responded to by another arising phenomenon: populism. These are all three recipes which spell out World War III.

    So many ask regarding this election; were are we heading and what does the prophetic future hold now that Trump is elected president? There are two key questions: 1-Will President elect Donald Trump confront Islam and destroy ISIS? Or 2-Will he lead the U.S. into populism and isolationism as the liberal claims catapulting Islam even further overseas.

    The name of the religion is Islam, which comes from an Arabic root word meaning "peace" and "submission." Islam teaches that one can only find peace in one s life by submitting to Almighty God ( Allah ) in heart, soul and deed. The same Arabic root word gives us "Salaam alaykum," ("Peace be with you"), the universal Muslim greeting.

    Islam is a major world religion, with over 1 billion followers worldwide (1/5 of the world population). It is considered one of the Abrahamic, monotheistic faiths, along with Judaism and Christianity. Although usually associated with the Arabs of the Middle East, less than 10% of Muslims are in fact Arab. Muslims are found all over the world, of every nation, color and race. The most populous Muslim country today is Indonesia, a non-Arab country.