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Iraq: Hell has broken out here and nobody cares

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GamechaserBE said:
MoHasanie said:
I saw videos where there are protests in Europe of people in favor of ISIS. How can anyone support them?!

Because ISIS is better than living in a country with Christians and if they manage to finish all Christians in the world it would mean paradise. 

Secondly plenty of Middle East countries report and say on twitter/facebook that ISIS crimes is made up By Israel and USA supported by the mayor EU countries to make muslims look bad.    Considering most European immigrants even third fourth generation still watch news from their country they believe it;.


http://time.com/2992269/isis-is-an-american-plot-says-iran/

So if these immigrants believe that ISIS is set up by Israel and the USA, then why are they protesting in favour of them? Muslims don't like Israel. 



    

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DialgaMarine said:
No, because the world is too preoccupied with trying to trash big bad Israel for defending it's borders. But you know... It's okay when Islamist take complete control of a country, force thousands of people out because they're not Islamist, and then destroy a sacred piece of their religion.


I don't even get why people care anymore. Let Israel and Gaza destroy each other. The US will always back Israel. Let's voice our support for a situation where we can actually make a difference. 



MoHasanie said:
GamechaserBE said:
MoHasanie said:
I saw videos where there are protests in Europe of people in favor of ISIS. How can anyone support them?!

Because ISIS is better than living in a country with Christians and if they manage to finish all Christians in the world it would mean paradise. 

Secondly plenty of Middle East countries report and say on twitter/facebook that ISIS crimes is made up By Israel and USA supported by the mayor EU countries to make muslims look bad.    Considering most European immigrants even third fourth generation still watch news from their country they believe it;.


http://time.com/2992269/isis-is-an-american-plot-says-iran/

So if these immigrants believe that ISIS is set up by Israel and the USA, then why are they protesting in favour of them? Muslims don't like Israel. 

'ISIS' crimes....   You know,  'innocent Christians were not killed, they were working with USA or EU and want to kill muslims so they deserve to be openly executed'   Christians women getting raped?  Not true they were so happy to be free from the Christians that they give themself to us;..  

Every Facebook newspost has some idiots who believe this shit...  And after snowed came out the haters of the Western countries win some people over..



Teeqoz said:
swbf2lord said:


But the prayers can galvanize us into action, with the (at times) unseen hand of God, moving people to do things outside of what they find comfortable. I'll continue to pray for those in Iraq, and the whole of the Middle East. It's a very unstable region, and only God can change their hearts now.

 

What Serious_frusting said is in no way true. Ludicrous, and in a way, sad, but not true.



I'm not saying this as an anti religion comment, albeit I'm not religious myself, but you can simply not deny that religion has had many negative implications on human history, as well as positive implications. Saying anything else is straight up wrong. Now for the comment you replied to, I agree with him. If you pray you want to help, but besides praying you are not exactly doing anything to help. Also why is Serious_frustings point of view sad?

The world as it would happen without religion would not be recognizable in any shape or form. Would most likely be a bunch of barbaric tribes and cannibals, with basic morality and civilization unknown to man.



LemonSlice said:
Teeqoz said:
swbf2lord said:


But the prayers can galvanize us into action, with the (at times) unseen hand of God, moving people to do things outside of what they find comfortable. I'll continue to pray for those in Iraq, and the whole of the Middle East. It's a very unstable region, and only God can change their hearts now.

 

What Serious_frusting said is in no way true. Ludicrous, and in a way, sad, but not true.



I'm not saying this as an anti religion comment, albeit I'm not religious myself, but you can simply not deny that religion has had many negative implications on human history, as well as positive implications. Saying anything else is straight up wrong. Now for the comment you replied to, I agree with him. If you pray you want to help, but besides praying you are not exactly doing anything to help. Also why is Serious_frustings point of view sad?

The world as it would happen without religion would not be recognizable in any shape or form. Would most likely be a bunch of barbaric tribes and cannibals, with basic morality and civilization unknown to man.


Never claimed that the world would be a better place without religion. I simply said that you can't deny that religion has had negative and positive effects.



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Isis just posted a video beheading James foley:

http://gawker.com/isis-beheads-american-journalist-james-foley-in-video-m-1624078717

As reaction for the bombings...^ the link is just an article with a link to the video but ofcourse don't recommend you to see it.

Edit: sigh hate to see people enjoying this news on facebook...