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MahoganySnitch

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I can't believe Jizya/Jitzas are a thing in the 21st century. 

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Cupid

At least AL-QAEDA has a cause of what she does. A stupid one , yes but it has one. 

These dudes are like insane

 

ISIS = Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.

 

Isn't it kinda obvious they have a cause too.

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Gov Hooka

They are something else. Not even Al-Qaeda approves of them :wtf:

 

NOT EVEN AL-QAEDA.... can you imagine? 

Al-Qaeda seems damn hypocritical after those bastards blew up the largest statue of Buddha in Afghanistan back in the 90s. come one come all these bastards are all in the same boat. Hope they rot in Hell.

 

 

DISGUSTING :fail:

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ALX

They are something else. Not even Al-Qaeda approves of them :wtf:

 

NOT EVEN AL-QAEDA.... can you imagine? 

 

It's just a bunch of extremists that have misinterpreted the Quran and feel everyone has to pay the price, but they fall into that category too so it's not like their actions absolve them

 

Islam is just the most misinterpreted religion, I mean we have sharia law and honor violence

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It's just a bunch of extremists that have misinterpreted the Quran and feel everyone has to pay the price, but they fall into that category too so it's not like their actions absolve them

 

Islam is just the most misinterpreted religion, I mean we have sharia law and honor violence

 

The DELUSION some people have in their lives :wtf: They just can't forget about that sh*t and think logically :wtf:

OK, non-believers should rot in hell for them, but isn't killing another sin too? Or they think they have a reason to kill? :wtf:

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The DELUSION some people have in their lives :wtf: They just can't forget about that sh*t and think logically :wtf:

OK, non-believers should rot in hell for them, but isn't killing another sin too? Or they think they have a reason to kill? :wtf:

They are from a sect called khawaarij, they declare other muslims as disbelievers and kill them too. Most of them are young, ignorant of religion, they just start to practise it and extremists easily influence them with their false interpretations.

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darkwolf

Why didn't they leave?!?!

 

Because it's their hoem land, they've been livng there for 2000 years!

This is so sad :(

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FATCAT

Because it's their hoem land, they've been livng there for 2000 years!

This is so sad :(

No one has been living their for 2000 years, only their ancestors. If someone is threatening to kill you, and they've got an army of crazed religious people behind them, you get the **** out of there.

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No one has been living their for 2000 years, only their ancestors. If someone is threatening to kill you, and they've got an army of crazed religious people behind them, you get the **** out of there.

Yes I know, but maybe they have nowhere to go, or if they get away taht's exactly what the crazed religious want, to eliminate them.

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FATCAT

Yes I know, but maybe they have nowhere to go, or if they get away taht's exactly what the crazed religious want, to eliminate them.

That is what the guys with the guns want, and if they don't leave, they won't live. It's better to leave with your life.

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shashylon

Thank god we got rid of the taliban in Pakistan now. These people are ruthless killing machines. The scum of the worst kind...

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AnaLucia95

 

 

The UN says militant Islamist group Isis has ordered all women and girls in Mosul, northern Iraq, to undergo female genital mutilation (FGM).

UN official Jacqueline Badcock said the fatwa, or religious edict, applied to females between the ages of 11 and 46.

She said the unprecedented decree issued by the Islamists in control of the city was of grave concern.

Iraq is facing a radical Isis-led Sunni insurgency, with cities in the north-west under militant control.

The ritual cutting of girls' genitals is practised by some African, Middle Eastern and Asian communities in the belief it prepares them for adulthood or marriage.

FGM poses many health risks to women, including severe bleeding, problems urinating, infections, infertility and increased risk of newborn deaths in childbirth.

'Four million'

The UN General Assembly approved a resolution in December 2012 calling for all member states to ban the practice.

The Isis edict could affect nearly four million women and girls in and around the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, the UN warns.

Ms Badcock, the UN's resident and humanitarian coordinator in Iraq, said the practice "is something very new for Iraq... and does need to be addressed".

She was talking to reporters via video link from the Kurdish provincial capital of Irbil.

Tens of thousands of men, women and children have fled the violence in Mosul since June

"This is not the will of Iraqi people, or the women of Iraq in these vulnerable areas covered by the terrorists," she added.

Isis militants seized Mosul, Iraq's second largest city, in June, and have since taken over areas of the north-west and closed in on cities near Baghdad.

The order came as Isis asserts its power in northern Iraq and expands in Syria, imposing radical Islamic practices, says BBC Arab affairs editor Lina Sinjab.

Isis forced Christians in Mosul out of the city earlier this week and daubed their houses with the Arabic letter N to mark them out as Christians, apparently confiscating their properties, our correspondent adds.

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Ms Badcock said only 20 families from the ancient Christian minority now remain in Mosul, which Isis has taken as the capital of its Islamic state.

Thousands have fled into Kurdish-controlled territory in the north.

Some of the Christians who remained have converted to Islam, while others have opted to stay and pay the "jiyza", the tax imposed by Isis on non-Muslims, the UN official added.

Isis announced last month that it was creating an Islamic caliphate covering the land it holds in Iraq and Syria.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-28466434

 

 

 

someone needs to stop them :awkney:

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RAMROD

Mess. Their mind is not in the right place, it seems.

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Haroon

That area sounds like an absolute mess :wtf: FGM and forcing Christians out? And taxing people who don't convert? :messga: Something does need to be done before it spreads further :eww:

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Tove Lo

What is up with the world :wtf:

hop on that **** like a maniac

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