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Old Jun 5th 2017, 5:50 am
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....not G bay, too nice....but South Georgia, South Atlantic.
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Old Jun 5th 2017, 12:18 pm
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....not G bay, too nice....but South Georgia, South Atlantic.
What have the penguins in the South Atlantic ever done to attract such a suggestion from you...
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Old Jun 5th 2017, 4:46 pm
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To continue something discussed last time...

From today's Guardian:
Faith leaders and representatives of civic and community groups came together under the banner of “One London One Community” at the East London mosque to condemn Saturday’s attack and call for unity.

Muhammad Habibur-Rahman, the mosque’s chair, said Londoners were united against “those who try to divide us”. He described the perpetrators as “evil terrorists” who espoused a “twisted narrative and perversion of the religion of Islam”.

The mosque had stopped extremists at the door, he said, but they “continue to harass out worshippers”.

He added: "Their hatred of mainstream Muslims rivals that of the extreme right."

Mehri Niknam of the Joseph Interfaith Foundation, which comprises Jews and Muslims, welcomed condemnations of recent attacks but added: "To condemn is only half way. We must also actively confront loudly and clearly."
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Meanwhile in reality, let's set up some more faith schools to bring people together.
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Imams refuse funeral prayers to 'indefensible' London Bridge attackers

More than 130 religious leaders use unusual sanction to express disgust at murders ‘contravening Islam’ and vow to root out extremism
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I discovered yesterday that my ex-wife got caught up in all that. She was on a night out in a bar in Borough (ended up locked in the kitchen - took her drink with her!). Had she popped out for a smoke a couple of minutes later than she did, she would, apparently have found herself facing a bloke with a big knife (who appeared outside the bar).

She later, apparently, gave grief to a guy in the street who was berating a black guy and telling him to "go back where her came from". Not sure I believe that bit. From what I remember of my ex, she is prone to panic.

She certainly sounded shaken when I spoke with her last night.
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Imams refuse funeral prayers to 'indefensible' London Bridge attackers.

More than 130 religious leaders use unusual sanction to express disgust at murders ‘contravening Islam’ and vow to root out extremism.
A long over-due course of action.
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A long over-due course of action.
the traditional Islamic prayer – a ritual normally performed for every Muslim regardless of their actions
If it's not done, does it mean they don't qualify for the virgins?

Not being flippant...just wondering if it might make some less likely to do these things.
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If it's not done, does it mean they don't qualify for the virgins?

Not being flippant...just wondering if it might make some less likely to do these things.
In any case I would have thought that the supply of virgins in hell is rather limited.
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There doesn't seem to be a doctrine of forgiveness in operation in Islam. Perhaps the Christians should step in, they're big on turning the other cheek.
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Injuries Reported After Vehicle Hits Pedestrians In London | HuffPost

Jeesh!! Again in London, maybe revenge attack, muslims leaving a Mosque we're targeted

http://theliberal.ie/breaking-a-van-...evenge-attack/

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There doesn't seem to be a doctrine of forgiveness in operation in Islam. Perhaps the Christians should step in, they're big on turning the other cheek.
And your knowledge of Islam is based on the actions of an End of Days Islamist cult?
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And your knowledge of Islam is based on the actions of an End of Days Islamist cult?
My point was that both religions are ridiculous. I don't have an in-depth knowledge of the Islam virus, however, the the actions of over hundred Islamic leaders who refuse to bury one of their dead (albeit wicked terrorists) suggest that there is no principle of forgiveness, as their is in Christianity.

Perhaps if it were a Christian terrorist, the worthy church ministers and bishops would also be hypocritical enough to deny him/her a burial. Who knows. That was my point. There is no shortage of hypocrisy and irrationality in either of these two nonsensical faiths.
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My point was that both religions are ridiculous. I don't have an in-depth knowledge of the Islam virus, however, the the actions of over hundred Islamic leaders who refuse to bury one of their dead (albeit wicked terrorists) suggest that there is no principle of forgiveness, as their is in Christianity.

Perhaps if it were a Christian terrorist, the worthy church ministers and bishops would also be hypocritical enough to deny him/her a burial. Who knows. That was my point. There is no shortage of hypocrisy and irrationality in either of these two nonsensical faiths.
Maybe the guy who mowed down the muslims the other evening will find Christianity in prison and be forgiven for his sins in the years to come
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...the actions of over hundred Islamic leaders who refuse to bury one of their dead (albeit wicked terrorists) suggest that there is no principle of forgiveness..
Wasn't it not saying prayers rather than not burying them? Or was this some other report? In any case, I thought the fact that it was considered newsworthy was because it was unusual to withhold prayers, further suggesting that normally they did do so.

The recent Paris incident didn't seem to get much coverage.

Botched or second thoughts from someone not wholly committed?
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