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Do we owe Muslims another apology?
#11
(05-11-2018, 11:55 AM)Mika Wrote: Also, when was the first apology?

And why did you post all those links at the top that have nothing to do with apologizing?

I am surprised you could not dither that out.

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DL
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#12
(05-12-2018, 10:01 AM)rudidur Wrote: We should not blame the Muslims for the situation.
Anyone from any country is financially poor, is defined as a Terrorist.
The Western world thinks it is smartest and needs to impose its ideas everywhere in the world.
The civilization of Muslims is, in my opinion, more appropriate and more long-term oriented.
The difference between the Eastern and Western world is that the West will degenerate in a short time.
The continent of the "new world" will soon become unwanted to live (weather disasters-drought-land-eruptions-outbreaks)

So the Muslim slave holding ideology is not inferior to the Western freedom promoting ideology. Ok.

Strange that Muslim immigration is to the West and not the opposite.

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#13
(05-15-2018, 09:51 AM)Darkforeboding Wrote: I'm not really in favor of one "civilization" or "religion" owing an apology to another.  I'd rather an individual make an apology if it is needed.  Only an individual is in control of their actions.  An individual might not be in control of the actions of a group.

So the Pope should not apologise for the pedophile protecting Christianity has done. OK.

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#14
In other words, every reply to anyone spouting a reasonable response or question doesn't forward our discussion. Snarky replies to legitimately formulated responses don't make you seem wiser. Vague insults to valid questions don't help people "dither" anything out better, for themselves. And dredging up largely irrelevant points from the past, to answer current world affairs, doesn't help the situation either. All of this further drives people away from wanting to talk and discuss with you.

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(06-11-2018, 02:47 PM)KaelisRa Wrote: In other words, every reply to anyone spouting a reasonable response or question doesn't forward our discussion. Snarky replies to legitimately formulated responses don't make you seem wiser. Vague insults to valid questions don't help people "dither" anything out better, for themselves. And dredging up largely irrelevant points from the past, to answer current world affairs, doesn't help the situation either. All of this further drives people away from wanting to talk and discuss with you.

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IOW. You cannot answer a simple question.

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#16
You're easy answer is "No", and that just further proves my point. Thanks
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#17
Enemy’s just a troll playing games.  For instance, he commented that K-Ra couldn’t answer a simple question, yet he squirmed his way out of answering mine.  That is, when was the first apology?


The point is, there is no simple answer to his question because it’s a trick question.  If I were to answer ‘No’, it would imply I accept the premise that there was a first apology.  If I say ‘Yes’, it implies I’m a part of the group expressing the apology.  When I ask him to clarify the question, he implies I’m too dense to understand his question, which was poorly worded… intentionally or otherwise.

‘If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.’ – Einstein

But I think I get it now.  So, yes, I do feel an apology is owed… specifically, by bigots like this guy who call Islam an uncivilized religion.  My guess is that it would probably be a first apology, but let’s not stress over the details...

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#18
Next question would be: Why should we apologize and what for?
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#19
Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people. Eleanor Roosevelt

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DL
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#20
Maybe life is random, but I doubt it. Steven Tyler.

Wait, were we posting random quotes that do nothing to further the conversation? I hope I did a good, in following suit.
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