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Re: [atheists-59] Moslem apostates & US churches abet crime

From: MJ ☥ ח.
Sent on: Monday, April 30, 2007 12:20 AM
Was that flame bait?

Some Catholic churches have also hid draft dodgers who were
conscientious objectors during Vietnam.  "Should we take away the tax
exemptions from these criminal supporters?"

I think I would read a real study about organized religion being
behind organized crime...

On 4/29/07, Michael <[address removed]> wrote:
> Heard today on the BBC World Service show Reporting Religion.
> <;­
> This a pretty good that gives a lot of good objective information on
> religion. You can listen to it over the web (with Windows Media Player,
> Real Player, or an open source alternative such as VLC).
> 1. A new organization in Germany, the Central Committee for ex-Moslems,
> had a whole bunch of German Moslems (mostly Turks) publicly announce
> that they had renounced Islam. They have gotten a lot of death threats
> and are now getting special protection from the government.
> 2. A Methodist church in the US is harboring a women who entered the US
> illegally TWICE. What makes churches think that they can aid and abet
> criminals? Maybe the government should remove their tax-exempt status
> and declare them a criminal organization.

"Plan B is to make Plan A work."
                   - George W. Bush, President of the United States of
America and master of circular logic and policy induced crises

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