Do you believe in reciprocity? If a Muslim hates me because I'm gay, why can't I hate Muslims for hating me?
- YKhanLv 76 months agoFavorite Answer
Reciprocity means hating the person who hates you, not all of the people of his group. Not all Muslims hate gays, similar to not all Christians hate gays.
- Mx_latinx_folxLv 76 months ago
I mean you can, but two wrongs don't make a right.
- 6 months ago
Hate religious people because they are cowards with coward beliefs.
- 6 months ago
Being gay means being in sin, therefore, one does not hate the person, but one hates sin, which is quite another thing!
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- DuckLv 76 months ago
Because you're generalizing to the group. A Muslim hates you ... you can dislike them. However, you cannot then say all Muslims hate you because one does.
- RayalLv 76 months ago
Learn the difference between "a" muslim and "all" muslims. Christians don't like you either but I don't see you complaining here about hating them.
- CogitoLv 76 months ago
You CAN, of course. But two doses of hate are twice as bad as one.
Hate achieves nothing. All it does is reduces YOU to their level.
- MordentLv 76 months ago
You certainly could hate him, or people who share his opinion. Not all Muslims share that opinion.
Historically Islam has been more tolerant than Christianity of homosexuality - the reason the situation is like it is today is mostly down to either direct influence of European powers (i.e the British bringing in anti-sodomy laws to what is now Pakistan) or the Ottoman empire deciding to become more westernised in the 19th century and start persecuting homosexuality (which had previously been tolerated for centuries)
- No BozosLv 76 months ago
Reciprocity is a good thing in business and relationships, not in hate.
The only person you hurt by hating someone is yourself. Your energies do NOTHING to that person and you walk around with the damage. A Muslim's hate hurts them and their soul, why would you want to be a part of that?
- Anonymous6 months ago
You are entitled to hate anyone you choose. It is tragic that some feel obligated to hate because of the teachings of a ‘cult’ sold as a religion of peace.
When you total up those hated by one side of the cult or other then most of the world is hated by the cult.
Count yourself as one of many.