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ISIL: The Bastard Son of MB and Salafism. Now on my blog to whom is interested http://ayya.wordpress.com/2014/09/07/isil-the-bastard-son-of-muslim-brotherhood-and-salafism/#respond
0 · September 13, 2014
One guy is sending an article to indicate the free thinkers are in decline furthermore predicting total dominance by Christianity and Islam in years to come. So by topic discussed today I'm assuming that the extreme fundamentalism are believing in a war to exterminate anyone who is not agreed with their sick minds.
0 · September 7, 2014
Was a real pleasure to meet with like-minded people.My wife (Sachiko) & I were pleasantly impressed with the group discussion. Now that we live in Tucson, we can attend more meetings. Thanks to all you "REAL PEOPLE" ... Lew & Sachiko Stallman
Discussion was informative and interesting. A great group of people to share ideas with. The Shanty is a perfect venue. Thank you.
1 · September 7, 2014
Finally I'll be in town, after one of the more eventful summers of my life!
1 · August 15, 2014
Interesting timing: Maker House is now closed on Sundays, like we all talked about. So next month we will be again meeting at our old stomping grounds, The Shanty. Also, due to some health issues, the September meeting will be my last meeting at Host; Jess and Alex will be taking over as Co-Facilitators.
So, the topic for next month is Islam: What is its place in the world, is it harmful, and if so, how do we combat its spread?
0 · August 15, 2014
This is the link to the article that I wanted to distribute about ISIL in the meeting on Aug. 3,2014
1 · August 3, 2014
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