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welcome to murray the most racists place i have ever seem full of mean people.....wow who expected this..in murray......is this 1968 in jackson MISS or what god people here are sooooo racits when does this end here....is it just from stupidtity like my parents used to say they just dont know any better or just plain STUPID IS AS STUPID PARENTS TAUGHT THEM TO BE RACists as well......I REST MY CASE!!! people here are just assholes for the most part! no wonder this town is going under!
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rest my case wrote:
welcome to murray the most racists place i have ever seem full of mean people.....wow who expected this..in murray......is this 1968 in jackson MISS or what god people here are sooooo racits when does this end here....is it just from stupidtity like my parents used to say they just dont know any better or just plain STUPID IS AS STUPID PARENTS TAUGHT THEM TO BE RACists as well......I REST MY CASE!!! people here are just assholes for the most part! no wonder this town is going under!
Not everyone- some of us actually bother to educate ourselves rather than fall victim to ignorance.
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Aug 29, 2012
 
I feel bad for the Muslims also, just continue to be crucified for what others did.Actually they are a very gentle people, unless you run into the extreem kind. But on that note.... no one feels bad for the whites who continue to be held accountable for what they didnt do. No one alive is a former slave owner, etc. etc.. Whites will always "owe" someone for some wrong they did not even commit.

I am German, I did not kill one Jewish person.. but I am still German.:(

Its just the way of the world. Guess we will all get over it one day, or not. Have a lovely day now.
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believe what you want, but study the "religion" first. Their whole belief system is to wipe us out! If you don't understand it see if you can find Burt Fulsom on line. He use to teach at Murray State and I am certain he will give you the facts. You people can keep hiding your heads in the sand, but they are not our friends, they are a danger to our society.
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believe what you want, but study the "religion" first. Their whole belief system is to wipe us out! If you don't understand it see if you can find Burt Fulsom on line. He use to teach at Murray State and I am certain he will give you the facts. You people can keep hiding your heads in the sand, but they are not our friends, they are a danger to our society.
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Well said well said. I don't go looking for trouble, but ready to fight for what's right. The hell with intolerant religions they don't care for us, why should we give a rats ass.
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I love how brainwashed the rednecks are in this town.. thinking that the Muslims are going to rape our children and kill us. The Muslims in Murray are some of the nicest people around. Quit stereotyping them as towel-head terrorists and relax a little.
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Aug 29, 2012
 
aaaa wrote:
I love how brainwashed the rednecks are in this town.. thinking that the Muslims are going to rape our children and kill us. The Muslims in Murray are some of the nicest people around. Quit stereotyping them as towel-head terrorists and relax a little.
Lol "do as I say, not as I do?"
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To aaaa: looks can be misleading. Keep that in mind for years to come
To everyone that understands this topic: they come in and don't have to learn our language, but we have to learn theirs. We go over there, we either learn theirs or die. They are treated far, far, far better then a national of this country. They come in and out given everything they 'need' while we starve. They are a plague. A virus. A parasite. They need to be swept out of this country and kept out at least and stay on the other side of the ocean just as Mexicans need to stay on the other side of the Rio Grande...
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marshall law wrote:
To aaaa: looks can be misleading. Keep that in mind for years to come
To everyone that understands this topic: they come in and don't have to learn our language, but we have to learn theirs. We go over there, we either learn theirs or die. They are treated far, far, far better then a national of this country. They come in and out given everything they 'need' while we starve. They are a plague. A virus. A parasite. They need to be swept out of this country and kept out at least and stay on the other side of the ocean just as Mexicans need to stay on the other side of the Rio Grande...
Why dont you try asking someone who has actually been in their country, like a service member? My husband is a combat vet, and as someone who went on over 200 raids while he was deployed, he still has nothing but respect for the average Iraqi. He considered, and still considers many of them to be his friends. His opinion carries far more weight than yours does.
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Aug 29, 2012
 
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The latest was actually a group of terrorists formed from military and ex military people who were planning to take over an army base and kill the president.
As I started my comment I said, Quote -the last terroist cells I read about- so duh back to you! LOL If you read something more recent than I awesome -and you also helped with supporting evidence if the people were prior military personnel. Duh back! In other words tag you are it!
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I have had many friends to serve over there, and all of them say you better watch your back when you are around them. As far as being a redneck, I travel all over for my busines, so it is not like I live in a nut shell.....you need to open your eyes and research your facts if you think for one moment they want to live here peacefully...also look at how they lived over there...nasty and dirty, sorry but I want our country the way it use to be.
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I don't just have friends who have served there, I have actually spent years living among service members and have never heard a single one sim that you have to "watch your back" with all of them. I've also studied the islamic religion myself as part of my degree plan, so I'm not basing my opinion on hearsay. Also, I'd imagine that we wouldn't live quite so "cleanly" if we were in a third works country. Either way, I'm done with you. Despite the fact that you claim to be so worldly, you obviously are anything but. Personally I'm glad to live in a country that people can find refuge in, although I'm embarrassed by the reception they receive from some!
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Aug 31, 2012
 
LaLa wrote:
I don't just have friends who have served there, I have actually spent years living among service members and have never heard a single one sim that you have to "watch your back" with all of them. I've also studied the islamic religion myself as part of my degree plan, so I'm not basing my opinion on hearsay. Also, I'd imagine that we wouldn't live quite so "cleanly" if we were in a third works country. Either way, I'm done with you. Despite the fact that you claim to be so worldly, you obviously are anything but. Personally I'm glad to live in a country that people can find refuge in, although I'm embarrassed by the reception they receive from some!
Live in reality instead of that made up world

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LaLa | Monday Aug 27
"I'd try explaining to you how most Muslims are not only NOT terrorists, but they are also horrified by the actions of extremists, but I can already see that you don't have the intelligence required to comprehend it."

If they are "horrified" by it, why don't they ever speak out and publically condemn terrorist acts?

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LaLa | Monday Aug 27
If they are "horrified" by it, why don't they ever speak out and publically condemn terrorist acts?
They do. If one were to google "muslims against terrorism", one could find plenty of examples. But that would not reinforce one's predetermined biases, I suppose. Here are some examples that I found when I did so:

Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri, founding leader of Minhaj-ul-Quran International, Pakistan:
“[T]he killing of Muslims and the perpetration of terrorism are not only unlawful and forbidden in Islam but also represent the rejection of faith.”
Fatwa on Suicide Bombings and Terrorism, March 2, 2010.

Maulana Marghubur Rahman, organizer of “Anti-Terrorism Convention” and rector of the Dar ul-Ulum Deoband madrasa, India:
“We condemn all forms of terrorism … and in this we make no distinction. Terrorism is completely wrong, no matter who engages in it, and no matter what religion he follows or community he belongs to.”
February 2008

Islamic Society of North America:
“The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) condemns in the strongest terms the recent acts of terrorism in Glasgow, London and Yemen. We reaffirm our long-standing, unqualified condemnation of all acts of terrorism and all acts of violence committed against the innocent, and our denunciation of religious extremism and particularly the use of Islam to justify terrorism in any of its forms. We sympathize with the victims of these senseless attacks and offer our heart-felt condolences to the families who have lost their dear ones.”
“Islamic Society of North America Statement in Response to Recent Bombings,” July 10, 2007

Shaykh Abdulaziz Al-Asheikh, chief mufti of Saudi Arabia:
The London attacks,“targeting peaceful people, are not condoned by Islam, and are indeed prohibited by our religion.… Attributing to Islam acts of individual or collective killings, bombings, destruction of properties and the terrorizing of peaceful people is unfair, because they are alien to the divine religion.”
Fatwa-Online, July 9, 2005.

Shaykh Salih al-Suhaymi, religious scholar, Saudi Arabia:
“Based upon what has preceded, then we say that that which we believe and hold as our religion concerning what happened to the World Trade Centre in America – and in Allaah lies success – that the terrorist attacks that took place and what occurred of general (mass) killing, then it is not permissible and Islaam does not allow it in any form whatsoever.”
“Shaykh Saalih as-Suhaymee speaks about current affairs…,” October 18, 2001, translated by Abu ‘Iyaad.

Dr. Sayed G. Safavi, Iranian religious scholar and director of the Institute of Islamic Studies, London, England:
“The targeting of innocent persons cannot be allowed. Islam is against any form of terrorism, whether it be carried out by an individual, a group or a state.… For Muslims to kill civilians unconnected with any attack on them is a crime. The principal law of Islam is: don’t attack civilians. This includes civilians of any faith, whether Jewish, Muslim or Christian. According to Islam, all people are the family of God. The target of religion is peace.”
“United against terrorism,” The Daily Telegraph, London, England, June 30, 2003.
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Sep 3, 2012
 
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They do. If one were to google "muslims against terrorism", one could find plenty of examples. But that would not reinforce one's predetermined biases, I suppose. Here are some examples that I found when I did so:
Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri, founding leader of Minhaj-ul-Quran International, Pakistan:
“[T]he killing of Muslims and the perpetration of terrorism are not only unlawful and forbidden in Islam but also represent the rejection of faith.”
Fatwa on Suicide Bombings and Terrorism, March 2, 2010.
Maulana Marghubur Rahman, organizer of “Anti-Terrorism Convention” and rector of the Dar ul-Ulum Deoband madrasa, India:
“We condemn all forms of terrorism … and in this we make no distinction. Terrorism is completely wrong, no matter who engages in it, and no matter what religion he follows or community he belongs to.”
February 2008
Islamic Society of North America:
“The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) condemns in the strongest terms the recent acts of terrorism in Glasgow, London and Yemen. We reaffirm our long-standing, unqualified condemnation of all acts of terrorism and all acts of violence committed against the innocent, and our denunciation of religious extremism and particularly the use of Islam to justify terrorism in any of its forms. We sympathize with the victims of these senseless attacks and offer our heart-felt condolences to the families who have lost their dear ones.”
“Islamic Society of North America Statement in Response to Recent Bombings,” July 10, 2007
Shaykh Abdulaziz Al-Asheikh, chief mufti of Saudi Arabia:
The London attacks,“targeting peaceful people, are not condoned by Islam, and are indeed prohibited by our religion.… Attributing to Islam acts of individual or collective killings, bombings, destruction of properties and the terrorizing of peaceful people is unfair, because they are alien to the divine religion.”
Fatwa-Online, July 9, 2005.
Shaykh Salih al-Suhaymi, religious scholar, Saudi Arabia:
“Based upon what has preceded, then we say that that which we believe and hold as our religion concerning what happened to the World Trade Centre in America – and in Allaah lies success – that the terrorist attacks that took place and what occurred of general (mass) killing, then it is not permissible and Islaam does not allow it in any form whatsoever.”
“Shaykh Saalih as-Suhaymee speaks about current affairs…,” October 18, 2001, translated by Abu ‘Iyaad.
Dr. Sayed G. Safavi, Iranian religious scholar and director of the Institute of Islamic Studies, London, England:
“The targeting of innocent persons cannot be allowed. Islam is against any form of terrorism, whether it be carried out by an individual, a group or a state.… For Muslims to kill civilians unconnected with any attack on them is a crime. The principal law of Islam is: don’t attack civilians. This includes civilians of any faith, whether Jewish, Muslim or Christian. According to Islam, all people are the family of God. The target of religion is peace.”
“United against terrorism,” The Daily Telegraph, London, England, June 30, 2003.
They are almost as twisted and f-up as you are. Google that.

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<quoted text>They are almost as twisted and f-up as you are. Google that.
I did. It said "nuh-uh, you are".
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Sep 3, 2012
 
Googled one of your multiple personalities again.Uh Huh.
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Anonymous Keyboard Tapper wrote:
<quoted text>They do. If one were to google "muslims against terrorism", one could find plenty of examples. But that would not reinforce one's predetermined biases, I suppose. Here are some examples that I found when I did so:

Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri, founding leader of Minhaj-ul-Quran International, Pakistan:
“[T]he killing of Muslims and the perpetration of terrorism are not only unlawful and forbidden in Islam but also represent the rejection of faith.”
Fatwa on Suicide Bombings and Terrorism, March 2, 2010.

Maulana Marghubur Rahman, organizer of “Anti-Terrorism Convention” and rector of the Dar ul-Ulum Deoband madrasa, India:
“We condemn all forms of terrorism … and in this we make no distinction. Terrorism is completely wrong, no matter who engages in it, and no matter what religion he follows or community he belongs to.”
February 2008

Islamic Society of North America:
“The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) condemns in the strongest terms the recent acts of terrorism in Glasgow, London and Yemen. We reaffirm our long-standing, unqualified condemnation of all acts of terrorism and all acts of violence committed against the innocent, and our denunciation of religious extremism and particularly the use of Islam to justify terrorism in any of its forms. We sympathize with the victims of these senseless attacks and offer our heart-felt condolences to the families who have lost their dear ones.”
“Islamic Society of North America Statement in Response to Recent Bombings,” July 10, 2007

Shaykh Abdulaziz Al-Asheikh, chief mufti of Saudi Arabia:
The London attacks,“targeting peaceful people, are not condoned by Islam, and are indeed prohibited by our religion.… Attributing to Islam acts of individual or collective killings, bombings, destruction of properties and the terrorizing of peaceful people is unfair, because they are alien to the divine religion.”
Fatwa-Online, July 9, 2005.

Shaykh Salih al-Suhaymi, religious scholar, Saudi Arabia:
“Based upon what has preceded, then we say that that which we believe and hold as our religion concerning what happened to the World Trade Centre in America – and in Allaah lies success – that the terrorist attacks that took place and what occurred of general (mass) killing, then it is not permissible and Islaam does not allow it in any form whatsoever.”
“Shaykh Saalih as-Suhaymee speaks about current affairs…,” October 18, 2001, translated by Abu ‘Iyaad.

Dr. Sayed G. Safavi, Iranian religious scholar and director of the Institute of Islamic Studies, London, England:
“The targeting of innocent persons cannot be allowed. Islam is against any form of terrorism, whether it be carried out by an individual, a group or a state.… For Muslims to kill civilians unconnected with any attack on them is a crime. The principal law of Islam is: don’t attack civilians. This includes civilians of any faith, whether Jewish, Muslim or Christian. According to Islam, all people are the family of God. The target of religion is peace.”
“United against terrorism,” The Daily Telegraph, London, England, June 30, 2003.
I couldn't even bring myself to post examples, so thanks :). These people have no interest in learning anything that might hamper their ability to be ignorant...
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Sep 3, 2012
 
Nor do we have in any interest in you dumb MF"S who think you got it all going on.Intelligence and ignorance is in the concept of your surroundings. Who are you talking too?. I couldn't bring myself to say I am smarter than you dumb MF's either.

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