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Post time 2011-4-3 04:18:52 |Display all floors
Originally posted by bern2009 at 2011-4-3 03:41
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Well.... where do the zealous Chinese "patriots" here in the forum respect religious people's feelings?
I agree that religious beliefs should be respected, but those who demand this s ...

Well.... where do the zealous Chinese "patriots" here in the forum respect religious people's feelings?
I agree that religious beliefs should be respected, but those who demand this should give a good example.


I cannot talk about others but I can talk about myself. I respect all faith.

!Such as this foolish Pastor can be called a "fanatic Christian".
But not all Musl!ms are terrorists, and not all Christians are fanatics.


So sorry for the double standard behavior of the pro-west as I do not perceive a higher outrage over this redneck’s act.  

sorry, what do you mean?


Just highlight the fact that this generalization would also occur in the western media if by hypothesis the fact take place inversely, I mean, in a fact where the guilty is an Islamic, the headline would call attention to the Islamic feature and would not highlight the nationality.

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Post time 2011-4-3 04:23:16 |Display all floors
If you are entitialled to burn your own house down (as it's yours)

Then why can't you burn a novel if you own it?



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Post time 2011-4-3 04:42:13 |Display all floors
Two whites here have been charged with trying to burn a local mosque down, i dont condone that but with a substantial muslim population in Stoke im wondering what they would do to me if i stood in the Town centre and burned a copy of the koran  

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Post time 2011-4-3 06:04:50 |Display all floors
Originally posted by St_George at 2011-4-3 04:42
Two whites here have been charged with trying to burn a local mosque down, i dont condone that but with a substantial muslim population in Stoke im wondering what they would do to me if i stood in  ...


The Police would keep their hands warm until it burnt out  if it was Winter,  before the nicked you


Please don't scare them out of Stoke George, I don't want one to move round here

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Post time 2011-4-3 08:57:30 |Display all floors
Originally posted by GoChina888 at 2011-4-3 04:04
QUOTE: Does any other people in the world demand the world to respect their culture? Yes. It is a basic rule on mutual understanding between people with different culture background.


I disagree.  I think this only applies with direct contact such as visiting a foreign land.  In that case, yes, it's just good manners to respect the local culture.   But why should say someone in China have to respect my values & culture?  I wouldn't expect that.  

Burning books is a part of our culture.  Being defiant is a part of our culture.  Why not just tell the musIims to respect that?

You can't - its always just a one-way street.  

Many musIims who live here, do nothing but complain.  They call our women ###s.  Where are you to tell them to respect our culture?

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Post time 2011-4-3 09:45:21 |Display all floors
Originally posted by GoChina888 at 2011-4-3 03:16
Sorry my mistake but it did not invalidate my point of view.

If they do not want their religious idols drawn, the remaining societies around the world must respect their rules.

And I referre ...


I will not to my dying day, live by their rules.

I don't respect 'rules' that are put in place by threats of death.

I will not be bullied or intimidated to treat them any different than I would a non-musIIm.

You see what they are wanting here is special treatment - for the world to bow down to their 'rules'.  

Why would anyone do this?  Why support or legitimize this kind of behavior?  Are you seriously justifying murder as a means of social control?

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