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    Doesn't really make me smile. Sad perhaps.

    Forced introversion of a race/peoples/religion,
    In someone name I cant really thinks who,
    Oh wait its man name,
    Perhaps that's why I find it sad, as opposed to funny.

    obviously not all, man religion, race etc

    But man has alot to answer for,
    cant say the same of women.

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    I grew up around muslim women and they didn't seem particularly introverted..or even submissive for that matter. Very friendly and nice for the most part.

    Not that that means anything, I'm just saying.

    Plus, most of them didn't seem that strict with the burqa thing..I've asked one to show me her hair before and she obliged. Some don't even wear it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    The most interesting women are former muslims.

    They are most interesting because they risk death to become former muslims.

    Yes, the Hadith teach that apostates, that is, former muslims, can be legally put to death by any good muslim under Sharia.

    And so former muslims like Ayaan Hirsi Ali must be guarded twenty four hours a day and keep their whereabouts secret.

    Yet in spite of this criminal intimidation brave women follow their conscience and declare themselves former muslims.
    Luckily for the apostates, Sharia law is not recognized in the United States of America

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    Quote Originally Posted by 93JC View Post




    One Sunni hadith says apostates of any religion are to be put to death based on an unsubstantiated quote attributed to Mohammed years after he'd died.
    Funny how a huge proportion of global Muslims (i.e. 84% in Egypt, 86% in Jordan, 76% in Pakistan, etc.) and all major schools of Islamic jurisprudence disagree with you:

    http://www.pewglobal.org/2010/12/02/...and-hezbollah/

    Now compare those numbers to Christians who believe that apostates should be put to death-its miniscule, to put it mildly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowtech redneck View Post

    Now compare those numbers to Christians who believe that apostates should be put to death-its miniscule, to put it mildly.
    The number of Christians who read the bible is also minuscule, to put it mildly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beargryllz View Post
    The number of Christians who read the bible is also minuscule, to put it mildly
    That's a gross exaggeration, to put it mildly. In any event, support for putting apostates to death is miniscule among Christians who regularly read the bible as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowtech redneck View Post
    That's a gross exaggeration, to put it mildly. In any event, support for putting apostates to death is miniscule among Christians who regularly read the bible as well.
    Perhaps, in recent years

    If we examine only a brief glimpse, we can say or see almost anything

    If we look to the words of the God of Abraham, Christ, Moses, and Mohamed, we would have no question as to whether or not apostasy is to be punished (it is)

    Luckily, humans often reject this madness in favor of reason

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beargryllz View Post
    Perhaps, in recent years

    If we examine only a brief glimpse, we can say or see almost anything

    If we look to the words of the God of Abraham, Christ, Moses, and Mohamed, we would have no question as to whether or not apostasy is to be punished (it is)
    If by recent years, you mean at least 200, then yes. Christians have not supported the death penalty for apostasy for a long time now.

    I'm not debating whether the Abrahamic God is, according to scripture, a huge asshole, or whether medieval Christianity sucked rocks, merely how adherents interprete their religion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beargryllz View Post
    The number of Christians who read the bible is also minuscule, to put it mildly
    ... but Nerd Girl says that 100 million copies of the Bible sell each week around the world!!

    Hmmm. Maybe they're building houses out of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    ... but Nerd Girl says that 100 million copies of the Bible sell each week around the world!!

    Hmmm. Maybe they're building houses out of them.
    Have you ever asked yourself

    How many pages in all the bibles in all the world will ever be read by a person?

    I asked myself this once

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