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Go to: The Islamification of Britain: record numbers embrace Muslim faith

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One is a dance teacher, another a fashion designer, both professions clearly frown upon by the religion they changed to... How do you square the make up and fashion with being modest? Music is haram too, so much for the dancing... Then there are the more universal problems islam have with females, like half worth in front of the law, as inheritance, or the fact that men can have up to four partners, but women can't , or that muslim men can choose to marry outside the faith, but muslim women can't. Etc etc etc...

Then we have the guy that chooses islam because he likes some ideals of faithfulness to a woman, ? What about polygamy but hey... And not eating bad things for your body ... Funny enough pork or wine are not bad unless you decide they are. And islam didnt stop Muslims smoking like crazy.

And the converted racist, nice just look at his picture

Tue, 04 Jan 2011 08:39:24 UTC | #573052

Go to: Intelligent people have 'unnatural' preferences and values that are novel in human evolution

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Data from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (Add Health) support Kanazawa's hypothesis. Young adults who subjectively identify themselves as "very liberal" have an average IQ of 106 during adolescence while those who identify themselves as "very conservative" have an average IQ of 95 during adolescence.


oh snap!

Young adults who identify themselves as "not at all religious" have an average IQ of 103 during adolescence, while those who identify themselves as "very religious" have an average IQ of 97 during adolescence.


oh snappy snap!

Thu, 25 Feb 2010 07:59:00 UTC | #444012

Go to: Mr. Deity and the Really Hard Time

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5. Comment #460473 by LittleFluffyClouds;
They will never be funnier than THAT CHRISTIAN SIIIIIIDE HUG.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8ZAEuBeoJA&feature=related

and of course... part 2.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70WJemBVLHQ&feature=related



part 1 is real, part 2 is a parody, btw.

Fri, 12 Feb 2010 08:24:00 UTC | #440776

Go to: Sikh judge Sir Mota Singh criticises banning of Kirpan

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dear Mr Judge,

it's a blade, in a school... enough said.

ps; thank goodness you are retired.

Mon, 08 Feb 2010 10:40:00 UTC | #439631

Go to: Should Richard Dawkins be arrested for incitement to religious hatred?

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15. Comment #456897 by Steven Mading;
We're very glad modern Christians are nice people instead of the people they'd be if they attempted to actually follow all the contradictory commands within the bible. We just wish they were more honest about that fact. This is the point you have missed, and most commentators to this blog have missed.

You can be an honest person.
You can call the Bible the "good book".
Too bad you can't do both.

Just like most muslims are good people, unlike the sort of people they'd be if they followed all the commands in the Qu'ran and Hadiths


Thanks! I've been trying to explain this very same point to many people on my arguments, but seems to be very hard to grasp to many, even though It seems clear as water to me.

once I nail it down enough, some dismiss it as "a technicality" believe it or not.

it's infuriating!

Mon, 01 Feb 2010 09:27:00 UTC | #437409

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