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Discussion in 'The War Room' started by MicroBrew, Jul 16, 2017.
I was raised Muslim and I couldn't tell you for sure. I always thought it was "imam" though.
She looks fun so I agree, definitely haram
Are you really shocked? I've admitted it before too.
Iman is an entirely different concept. It means faith. It's confusing when someone says iman (faith) when they mean a muslim spiritual leader (imam).
You were raised Muslim too right? I think you've even said you went to a madrassa so you were way higher level than I ever was.
Are you seriously nitpicking "slaughter the Jews"? GTFO.
He is applying US courts standards
He has a point though. In Canada its clearly a violation of the law but I'm not so sure that would be the case in the US which has stronger free speech protections. Still a shitty thing to say whether or not its legal but there still is a distinction to be made at times.
EDIT:Rod beat me to it and more succinctly too.
Why do you need to "admit" it like it's something to "come clean" about? There's so much wrong with that I'm not even going to bother laying it all out.
"I hope this entire ethnic group is eventually eradicated from all of reality" doesn't really need any further context, does it? Except when it's followed by "but hey, that's God's job so keep your hands off them." But it wasn't, now was it?
EDIT: yup, I goofed. Shouldn't post at 6 am. Not when my day started at 3 am, anyway. Didn't read the entire OP. Shutting up until I get some sleep.
He could advocate for death camps and would still be protected under US standards.
Please see my recent edit of that post.
Nuance and details matters. The qualifier "judgement day" alludes to a mythical future event. And as Rod1 says I am looking at this through a US lens , because Canada having hate crime laws may already be able to charge him under that without resorting to the incitement charge.
Because its personal information that I'm not obliged to reveal on a forum. What's wrong about being reserved with personal info on the internet? If anything I'm not nearly cautious enough.
These people are Canadian. Just like how they're British, French, Belgian, Swedish etc .