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The Secular Humanist Group of Alberta (Calgary) Message Board › Beheading for failing to observe the fast being taught in Islamic school ???

Beheading for failing to observe the fast being taught in Islamic school ???

Calgary, AB
Post #: 2,267
Beheading for failing to observe the fast being taught in Islamic school ???

I thought this was interesting. What do you guys think?
A former member
Post #: 4
At some point in the near future this will become normal, the christian right will want to enact all the madness in their book soon and the world will go back into a new dark age. Fun times eh? We must stop them before they go too far......but how?
Dave G.
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Calgary, AB
Post #: 1
in Iran, Iraq, Syria etc that may be fine, but in a civilized world that cannot be allowed. they need to be reminded that they're not in the middle east anymore. they want to live with civilized people they should act like civilized people. this is not the first incident of this type of behavior i've heard recently. a recent video popped up on Youtube showing Islamic thugs "enforcing" sharia law around a mosque in London. the only way to counter these types of acts is to de-mystify and publicly out religion where ever it may appear.
A former member
Post #: 25
It's not fine anywhere. The western world doesn't have a monopoly on good or bad behaviour and neither does the middle east. It's very dangerous to generalize and leads to further polarization and misunderstanding.

People in all places and of all or no faiths are capable of wonderful and abhorrent behaviour. Regardless of the why's or wherefore's it's important to prevent extreme behaviour and intolerance. Generalizing based on religion or country only adds to the problem.
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