@kmarthe; @elAshtar; @Dalzi;
This is absurd - literally taking us back to the caliphate days. Maybe that was their aim.paying a tax to continue practising their faith
The whole point is for them NOT to leave Funny how one typo changes the whole message..or maybe it was your subconscious taking over?Nice gesture Let's hope Iraqi Christians can go back to their homes one day. I think they can leave peacefully with their Shiite and Kurd neighbors (others I don't know). May God end this crazy war.
LOL! It was a typo I meant "live" and not "leave" of course! Apologies!The whole point is for them NOT to leave Funny how one typo changes the whole message..or maybe it was your subconscious taking over?
On a more serious note, it's beautiful to see a message of tolerance and willingness to coexist amidst this sea of blood and ignorant umma that was unleashed on us.
They're cute. One has to take a side Jo, with Satan or against. All the against are the same regardless of religion. It's the 'side' that mattersI like the idea of Christian Members of, wait for it, wait for it, wait for it , members of Kata2eb imam 3ali
3emlolon nashid kamen
This is crap. If ISIS was 80% of muslims then we'd all be dead long ago. ISIS is nothing by itself. It is only a mechanism, a tool which anybody can use at will for personal goals.D
Doesn't Isis represent at least 80 % of Muslims ???
Denial again and excuses again
This is crap. If ISIS was 80% of muslims then we'd all be dead long ago. ISIS is nothing by itself. It is only a mechanism, a tool which anybody can use at will for personal goals.
Yes, ISIS in Iraq lives on the support of the sunni community that feels oppressed or sidelined after deaces of rule, but Iraqi sunnis are using this tool to regain lost power. It's a specific case.
ISIS in Syria is only feasible bcz of foreign recruits. The vast majorty of syrian sunnis have nothing to do with it. In Egypt, Tunis, Argelia, Morocco, Jordan or Turkey, ISIS supporters are so few, mostly marginalised and violent individuals, many already with issues with local authorities. Even amongst European muslims, which number maybe 15 million or so, ISIS supporters, even those radicalised make up less than 1%.
It's all the propaganda by the media that is blowing things out of proportion.
A different issue has to do with the silence of the sunni street against all sorts of brutalities commmited by those who claim to represent them. I believe that it is sunnis who must lead an open war against religious radicalism within their own sect and on all fronts. But don't expect Iraqi or Yemeni sunnis to do it. They are more worried about fighting crazy sectarian wars that benefit noone.
I'm not making excuses. I do think that sunnis have a serious problem with their faith and that they are not making the necessary efforts to put an end to this madness, which is mostly caused by them...let's not forget sunni sectarian violence hitting countries from Morocco to Pakistan since decades ago. I blame them for not finding a consensus on what is allowed in islam and what should be globally and totally banned now and for ages to come. In fact, they often seem to not give a shit about the state of despair, moral bankruptcy and decadence that sunni islam is living today.silence is an indirect acceptance
from all people, i am surprised you are making excuses for the majority of sunnis when it comes to daesh, nousra, salafis,