Do you agree Muslims should be banned from entering the country,as they blur the religious and racial identity of society?

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  • 1 month ago
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    no, the reason they should be banned is that have become more enamored with themselves, causing violent assault on the christian religion, and the jewish religion, and society in general. 

    **people in america are free to practice religions as they please. **

    the real blurring of christian religion shows in the existence of  6000-different christian religions in the united states, and the simple facts that "peace" does not exist in the life of the people(s) because of it.

    this is why the abrahamic religions are considered " the three ugly sisters" of the mediterranean region. in more then 2000-years, none of these belief systems (religions) have brought "peace' to a single country, neither within nor without; and there is no proof that they can do it today.

    when people practice religions ( judaism, islam, christianity) which do not contain the "truth" of life, they are heretical religions. yet, there is not public formal debate to establish a true religion.

     revealing the greater truth of christianity  and other religions, we find only a "true religion" will bring "peace" to a country.

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  • 1 month ago

    Not just that, but they have their own law, which is a violation of most countries, like the US Constitution. Their law is intolerant of others and instructs Muslims to kill people who break their law. Then in places like Germany, Sweden and England, Muslims can rape and murder others and get away with it, because their religion allows it.

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  • 1 month ago

    No, it's not important, you have some sort of racist/xenophobic issues.

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  • Marli
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    1 month ago

    What country and society are you asking about? Canada and the U.S. have been multi-racial and multi-religious since the first European settler stepped foot on land, and probably before.  England had black people since Henry VIII's trumpeter with the turban was painted at the joust in 1511.  Ancient Rome was multi-cultural and multi-religious. Except to the Jews and some Christians, a pinch of incense to Jupiter or Caesar was like paying the residency tax.

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  • 1 month ago

    So.....the first amendment means nothing to you?  What do you propose to do with the millions of US citizens who consider themselves Muslim??  

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  • Liz
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    1 month ago

    I wouldn't worry about it. The apostle Paul wrote: “We know . . . that there is no God but one. For even though there are those who are called ‘gods,’ whether in heaven or on earth, just as there are many ‘gods’ and many ‘lords,’ there is actually to us one God the Father.” (1 Corinthians 8:4-6) For the one God of truth, there has been and could be only one true religion.

    God’s purpose is to have the whole universe united in a perfect bond of love and unity, through true worship—and that in the very near future.

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    I'm yet to see why our religion and race are so worthy of protection... We don't afford dignity even to our own who're born in the west, just look at the state of the cities and you'll see they're filled with degradation, alcoholism and impoverishment. We're all responsible for it, we all play a part in it by our non-resistance and complacency, there's no superior race or religion only a philosophy which respects all human dignity regardless of race, skin colour or heritage. 

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  • 1 month ago

    Just like Irish Catholics did in the 19th century, right? People sure were worried that their loyalty would be to the Vatican first and the state a very distant second and it TOTALLY WASN'T because they just were racist and wanted to hate on the Irish.

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  • 1 month ago

    No. But for those that believe in a higher power, our 3 choices are God, country and family, in no particular order. We decided to separate religion and state, but individually, who do we truly serve. in the US we have laws that do not align with Muslim law. What if we catered to laws of ALL religions and beliefs? It's our law, or the highway.

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  • 1 month ago

    Your society must be pretty feeble if you need to stick it in a glass jar to preserve it

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Change the reason to reflect reality, that they're all terrorists. 

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