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Stop being ridiculously stupid, bednobs.
10:24 Thu 29th Oct 2020
Awful, looks like men are at it again :(
It's unlikely that men involved in such acts say they are doing it for the cause of manhood.
You are right, but all of these terror attacks seem to be mainly carried out by men :(
As I said previously, is it about time we only let men out with a female chaperone?
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jno will be along soon to tell us that it's not a terror attack!
So much for religions living in peace and harmony and all that guff. It appears in trhe eyes of Islam there is only one religion and others must suffer for theirs.Churches and synagogues appear to be the targets or at least those unfortunates who attend them.Perhaps Mr Macron should consider a permanent lockdown on Mosques in France and a 24 hour curfew on their Islamic guests.These barbarians have no place in modern society and should be dispatched back to their stoneage ancestors.
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So much for religions living in peace and harmony and all that guff. It appears in trhe eyes of Islam there is only one religion and others must suffer for theirs.Churches and synagogues appear to be the targets or at least those unfortunates who attend them.Perhaps Mr Macron should consider a permanent lockdown on Mosques in France and a 24 hour curfew on their Islamic guests.These barbarians have no place in modern society and should be dispatched back to their stoneage ancestors. //

Your assessment would be accurate if it was clear that all Muslims harbour a murderous hatred to any faith but their own.

Since that is clearly not the case, your point is not valid.

Extremists using religion to explain their murderous urges means that the extremists are responsible, not the religion itself.
I agree wiyth AH.
^with^
The news report even states that it was believed the man was acting alone, but as always, the usual suspects are here to lay the blame on the religion as a whole.
Andy- //Extremists using religion to explain their murderous urges means that the extremists are responsible, not the religion itself.//

100% this.
Stop being ridiculously stupid, bednobs.
rfa, personally I find it no more ridiculous to blame a whole religion for acts that an infinitesimally small proportion of its members carry out than to bblame a whole gender for acts that infinitesimally small proportion of its members carry out
I note no solutions are offered by those who just stand by and witness.
I have yet to see the 'so called 'leaders, imans and the The Moslem Council who represent this religion stand together and condemn these barbaric acts. Their silence is deafening.
Regardless of how you want to shift blame for these horrific crimes, they are predominantly carried out by the followers of Islam.

I will never be kowtowed into staying silent...there is a massive problem with Islam, ignoring it won't make it go away.
Hmm... the female of the species is deadlier than the male. Is the suggestion that the male needs tips, er... I mean hacks ?
my suggestion is that, of course, both lots of "pinning the blame on a whole group" are ridiculous
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Yes Retro, every time I ask why are they not putting their own house in order? The answer came there none!
so what are men in general and men's groups world wide doing to condemn it I wonder?
Obviously, and fair enough as long as one notes the critical difference between the two things compared.
The answer T³ is that there is no overall authority that can chuck out the terrorists and the corrupt teachers in order to separate them. The corrupt teachers continue to claim spreading the true word. So the world's stuck with them until the terrorists develop rational thought.

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