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Guttermouth Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 8:24 PM
An expert in Christianity AND Islam? Where did you study? Did you read the Koran in Aramaic or an English translation?
Jim Oakland Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 10:25 PM
I frequently hear Muslims quoting passages of peace from the Qur'an. What is the problem? It can be that any passage they quote can be overwritten by a newer passage. The moderates are the ones that have not figured out which passages are no longer valid. An all knowing God did not know what to have the prophet write the first time? I don't think so. And he is not all knowing and that is how he gets around it. The Qur'an instructs followers to lie to the enemy and says to convert or kill the infidel. So a God of lies and murder. Hmm sounds like Satan to me. The only way to enter the Islamic paradise is to martyr yourself for Islam. This is diametrically in opposition to Christianity. I prefer the other God. The creator.
Jim Oakland Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 10:04 PM
Expert? I guess your brain is not powerful enough to consider that a talked with an expert. Oops.

Remember all the "controversy" surroudning Rep. Peter King's hearing the radicalization of young Muslim men last year? Here's a refresher.

The Council on American Islamic Relations, or CAIR, was at the center of the hearings today on Capitol Hill as lawmakers and witnesses addressed concerns about the radicalization of American Muslims, in particular young men between the ages of 15 and 30 years old. Political correctness was credited throughout testimony for the expansion of radicalism in the American Muslim community.

“When we look at the problem of radicalization, the excuses will never run...