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20 April 2007

Inspired by the murders in Turkey? or just a random hate crime?

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A visitor looks at Muslim graves desecrated with Nazi swastikas in Notre Dame de Lorette cemetery in Souchez, northern France, April 19, 2007. About 50 graves have been discovered this morning in the Muslim section of a France's World War One military cemetery. (FRANCE)  
REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol

7 comments:

Celal Birader said...

Inspired by the murders in Turkey?

Not that I believe it is.
But, what if it is ?
Which is worse ?
Spraying paint on some stones ?
Or murdering three innocent men in cold blood ?

Murat Altinbasak said...

This isn't about "which is worse". Such as question isn't necessary.

Metin said...

Although the incident in Turkey was an isolated one, and one that does not represent the wishes of the Turkish people, and I include Muslims as well, all it takes is a spark to generate a crusade of religion followers to bring back the middle or medi-evil ages.

I wonder if the recent rise of anti-Islam movement, justifiably so from a perception (and the inaction by the moderate Muslims) point-of-view is a 'designed' mechanism by the forces to be in response to the rise of Islam through population growth and/or conversions that were highly popularized in the second half of the last century.

Too bad even if religion is good, it's the religion followers that screw things up. Or is it?

Would 'cleansing' crime go down if we shut down all the mosques, madrasas, churches, synagogues, and temples, and force the people to communicate with God instead.???

Anonymous said...

I find it amusing when Muslims go on about being persecuted, as if they are somehow the victim. A return to the middle ages? Ask the Imams all across the middle east and throughout Europe why they preach their hatred. No wonder Westerners are on the defensive. No reporter dares say anything negative about Muslims because they'll probably have to hire a bodyguard and install bulletproof glass as soon as they get off the air. Who's intimidating whom?

Anonymous said...

You are very amusing yourself. 'No one criticises Muslims' because they they are frightened. Don't make me laugh. Which planet do you live on? And Muslims are not victims? Really? Nearly 700000 of them are murdered in Iraq...Do you think anyone will buy your lies and spin anymore?

Anonymous said...

Oh woe is the Muslim. After they spent their first 500 years conquering half the Western and Eastern hemispheres, they then go on nowadays to make the claim that they were persecuted during the crusades. Nobody bothers to even know that the crusades were a reaction to Muslim expansionism.

Your numbers on Iraq are a. Exaggerated, b. Don't take into account how many would have died if Saddam were still around and c. Totally false in that they imply Americans were directly responsible. Americans unleashed ethnic violence whose sources already existed. Does that make it right? No, but let's be real here. Americans didn't outright kill 700,000 Iraqis as you say.

Regarding this vast occupation of muslim countries - can you add it up for me? Let's see. There's like 26 million Iraqis under this occupation you describe, leaving the other 974 million muslims not occupied. So 97.4% of muslims are not living under any occupation. Yet the problem is described as so pervasive you would think it the other way around. This is junk propaganda. Or maybe you're going to tell me that the other regimes are puppets of the US. Clean up your own house and stop scapegoating us for everything wrong in the muslim world. Is there any loathsome side to the muslims' plight for which muslims are responsible?

Meanwhile, most of Europe is under seige by rioting, embassy-burning, dissenter-murdering, bomb wielding Muslims and nobody seems to think there's a problem with that. How come the muslims can't handle even the slightest criticism without killing someone or bombing something yet somehow expect everyone else in the world to roll out the red carpet for them?

Not buying it, counselor.

Anonymous said...

' Nobody bothers to even know that the crusades were a reaction to Muslim expansionism.'
I do. So what? Does that make it ok?
'Your numbers on Iraq are a. Exaggerated'
No, they are not.

'Don't take into account how many would have died if Saddam were still around'
Nobody buys that kind of spin anymore. Stop selling, you are being ridicoulus...

I'm not implying that, I am saying that US and UK are directly responsible ruining Iraq. Raping the country and killing 700000innocent civilians.

'There's like 26 million Iraqis under this occupation you describe, leaving the other 974 million muslims not occupied. So 97.4% of muslims are not living under any occupation.'
Well, you typical agressive American, counting who else can you divide and rule?

'This is junk propaganda. Or maybe you're going to tell me that the other regimes are puppets of the US.'
Ofcourse I'm gonna tell you that. It is the truth, even you know it. Your best fried Saudi Arabia. Why don't US try to bring democracy over there? You know alot about junk. It is your business I guess.

'Clean up your own house and stop scapegoating us for everything wrong in the muslim world.'
No, it is not only Muslim worls, everything in the world is wrong because of the US policies...

'Is there any loathsome side to the muslims' plight for which muslims are responsible?'
Ofcourse there is, I'm only prepared to discuss it reasonable people. Not the ones who still go on about getting rid of Saddam was a good thing etc.

'Meanwhile, most of Europe is under seige by rioting, embassy-burning, dissenter-murdering, bomb wielding Muslims and nobody seems to think there's a problem with that.'
I live in UK, you talk rubbish. Do you work for media or something?

'How come the muslims can't handle even the slightest criticism without killing someone or bombing something yet somehow expect everyone else in the world to roll out the red carpet for them?'

Scroll up the posts, you'll find that it is yourself who can not handle criticism.