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Islamist Attacks on the U.S. and Western Europe

Name the cities in the U.S. and western Europe that have suffered an attack by Islamist terrorists which killed at least 10 people.
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2016
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2016
86
2016
49
2016
32
2015
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2015
130
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Maybe we should use some less provocative language here? Were Timothy McVeagh, Anders Brevik and the 15,000 (15,000!) murderers in the US last year "Christianist"? The word "Islamist" slanders a whole religion, and implies that the nutters who did these murders were Islam. Ranting about Allah while you kill people does not make you Islam, but it sure gives ammunition (if you'll excuse the pun) to those who want slag off a religion that is not their own.
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May 29, 2017
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I don't think that it is possible anymore, to addres this topic without using touchy language. I am actually surprised, Quizmaster is brave enough to make such a quiz at all.
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May 29, 2017
(68)
Wikipedia: "In June 2001, a day before the execution, McVeigh wrote a letter to the Buffalo News identifying himself as agnostic." Wikipedia: "In 2015, [Brevik] said he has never personally identified as a Christian, and called his religion Odinism."
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May 29, 2017
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Breivik was somewhat religiously motivated as he obviously hated Islam. But generally he was a kind of a modern nazi. McVeigh's motivation was purely political and had no religious (or anti-religious for that matter) connotation. There is no doubt both were despicable terrorists however that does not give anybody the right to use them as an excuse for Islamic terrorism.
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May 30, 2017
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Its not an excuse but merely saying that as you pointed out in your comment, the religion of someone does not make them a terrorist
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Jul 15, 2017
(66)
Islamist =/= Muslim/Islamic

Islamism = Islamic militancy or fundamentalism

Unfortunately, while the above is true, for an average person the words are too similar to be aware of difference.
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May 29, 2017
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I personally had never thought about the term Islamist vs. Islamic, but thanks for pointing out the difference.
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Jul 15, 2017
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What else would we call it? "Supposedly Islamist attacks" "Islamic terrorist attacks"? "Muslim terrorist attacks"? It's just refering to the people who did the attacks as they identified themselves as muslims. Though, if you have better wording ideas, we'd love to hear them.
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May 29, 2017
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Agreed. I have made many quizzes regarding touchy subjects, and not because I am unconcerned or nonchalant, but simply because it is information and people should know about it and have fun taking a quiz. This title is correct, although apparently not "politically".
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May 29, 2017
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This whole "political correctness" is killing our society, living in fear of being called racist, bigot, islamophobic, etc. just for thinking in a different way than other people is not how a society should work. We should be free to express our ideals without living in those fears, as long as it's not through violence.
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May 30, 2017
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We should be free to express our ideals, but we should be careful of offending people. It's not very difficult to be PC, and we have a history of very bad treatment of other races, so it might be a good idea to just use the correct terms.
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Jun 6, 2017
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Also, when you are making a quiz, you have time to think of better ways to word the title, so it is easier to be PC. I would like to commend Quizmaster on doing a good job of using the correct terms in his title.
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Jun 6, 2017
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"We should be free to express our ideals" are you saying you fear violence or legal reprisals if you post anti-Islam stuff online?
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Jul 15, 2017
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Everybody gets offended about something these days. We have become such a weak and whiny society. There are some terms that should never be used I agree. I don't think this counts. As pointed out above, there are those who claim to be Christians and commit horrendous crimes, and it appears to be OK to label them Christians, but we must not do the same with Islamists? Why the double standard?
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Jul 19, 2017
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I'm not sure what you mean by "Christianist" because the last time I saw a Christian do a terrorist act, they never did it in the name of God or screamed "May God bless you all" or anything of that sort. But do you know who do this type of stuff? I'll let you figure it out. It's probably the simple reason of why these attacks are so much more different than a Christian or an agnostic doing the same thing.
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May 30, 2017
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Even ignoring the KKK as an example, there's plenty of examples of Christian terrorism occuring in third-world countries such as India, Uganda, and the Central African republic. It exists, you just don't hear about it since it happens in countries the west doesn't care about, and Western Christian make the tactical decision of distancing themselves from their radical counterparts.
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May 30, 2017
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Christian Terrorists like Joseph Kony's Lord Reistance Army, the KKK, Anti-abortionist terrorists (at least eleven murders in the US) are seldomly presented in the same way as islamist terrorism. In fact, it's the same. Dogmatic ideology is the core problem and religious ideologies are susceptible towards dogmas and extremism due to their canonization of Good and True.
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Jun 4, 2017
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Why be limited to terror? Plenty of people have done horrible things in the name of christianity, Islam, and many other religions.
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Jun 6, 2017
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How about the death threats that many muslims living the US received after 9/11 from Christian Americans.
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Jun 6, 2017
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Also, there aren't hundreds of thousands of Christians forming militias to carry out calculated attacks over religious ideology. This is also true for Buddhists, Jews, Sikhs, Hindus, Taoists....pretty much the only ones making religious armies for the purpose of mass genocide are Islamist radicals. That being said, the quiz seems to have missed the Boston bombers.
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Jul 15, 2017
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"hundreds of thousands" "mass genocide" from where did you get this idea
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Jul 15, 2017
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from any credible news organization. If you were to add up every active terrorist and terror supporter among ISIS, Al Qaeda, Hezbollah, Hamas, Taliban, Boko Haram, Muslim Brotherhood, how many do you suppose it would be?
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Jul 15, 2017
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I'm fairly sure a lot of the Northern Irish terrorist acts were based on Christianity in some way...
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Jul 16, 2017
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@smartynuts There were less than 10 fatalities in the Boston Marathon bombing.
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Jul 17, 2017
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@ svitapeneela "Fairly sure" is perhaps a little ambitious. If the conflict in Northern Ireland were likened to a football match, then the Catholic/Protestant divide would be the equivalent of the colour of the jerseys. Team blue are not trying to beat team red because of the colour of the jerseys or because of the faith that they practice. The fact that one "team" is Catholic and the other is Protestant is purely coincidental and nothing more than an easy way to tell which "team" you are on. The actual "game" that they are playing is a conflict born out of the fact that Irish people were forced off their own land and replaced by British (predominantly Presbyterian Scottish) settlers, or allowed to remain on their own land but then be required to pay rent to British (predominantly English) landlords. The media (quite accurately) portrays the conflict as being between Catholics and Protestants, but they are not fighting BECAUSE they are Catholics and Protestants.
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Jul 17, 2017
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Islamist and Islamic are not the same thing! Islamic refers to the peaceful religion, and the practices of, Islam. Islamist refers to Islamism, the ideology of radical terror groups such as Al Qaeda, ISIS, and Hamas. Even Obama said Radical Islamist Terror.
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Jun 4, 2017
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That peaceful religion that beheads people on the public square.
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Jul 15, 2017
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I was reading your comment until you said "peaceful". NO religion is peaceful! Religion is like fire: you can use it to warm and enlighten yourself and others or you can use it to burn and murder others.
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Jul 15, 2017
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Jerry928, I have respect for quizzes, I enjoy them, but you are wrong here. The reason why Quizmaster uses the word "Islamist" is because that was what is was. The attacks were in the name of a religion. That's why there is no "Christianist," because Christians don't murder people in the name of their religion. I'm not saying there wasn't people who were Christian that didn't murder. I'm saying they didn't do it the name of Christianity unlike Islamic terrorists.
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Jun 25, 2017
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And all you quiz makers who are saying you shouldn't say Islamist terrorism, because they were Muslim should know better. You guys make quizzes, when you make a quiz, you do the research from a reliable source. How come some of you haven't done your research about this?
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Jun 25, 2017
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I don't think you heard what I said, so I'll repeat, and this time more slowly: Ranting. about. Allah. while. you. kill. people. does. not. make. you. Islamic. When Westerners coin a fake-word like "Islamist" to describe non-Islamic people [cos that's what they are] who rant about Allah when they kill someone, they are just being inflammatory. That's because so many people who hear the fake-word "Islamist" think it means "Islamic" - and it's an easy and ugly short-cut to becoming antagonistic to everyone of that faith.
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Jun 30, 2017
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How is it a fake word, Jerry? What does that even mean?? How can a word be fake? It has a meaning. A couple other points:

1. you do not get to decide who is Muslim and who is not. I'm QUITE sure that those who shout Allahu Akbar before blowing themselves up have very strong religious convictions. You might say they're not "true" Muslims. Whatever. They will say the same thing about you.
2. Islamist and Islamism have definitions and these terms are used by Muslims, for example Maajid Nawaz, a former Islamist and current Muslim reformer, to try and do a service for Muslims by differentiating between Islamists and other Muslims. Islamists believe in a political Islam. They usually support shariah supplanting and subsuming all other legal and governmental systems on the planet. Islamist terrorists, or Jihadists, believe in this and also believe in terrorism as an acceptable means to that end. Not all Islamists are terrorists. Not all Muslims are Islamists.
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Jul 15, 2017
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Just because some people are ignorant or confused... is that a good excuse to contribute toward that ignorance and confusion?
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Jul 15, 2017
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Maybe you should stop being provoked by blandly factual descriptions.
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Jul 15, 2017
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There are differences between Muslim terrorists and Christian terrorists. Unlike Islamists, western terrorists don't shout God is great before they kill someone, they don't send little kids with dynomite strapped to their chest into a supermarket to kill innocent people. Christianity unlike Islam, doesn't say that it's ok to kill people who leave their religion nor does it say its ok to take someone as a slave as long as they're not of the same faith. There are way more Muslim terrorists than Christian or Western ones, you're comparing an anthill to a mountain. Please educate yourself.
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Jul 15, 2017
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There are a lot more dumb comments on this quiz than we usually end up with on quizzes with related subject matter.
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Jul 15, 2017
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A LOT of dumb comments
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Jul 16, 2017
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Whether provocative or not, I fully support language that is plain, honest, and reflective of things as they are. Also, what gives you the authority to declare that people who passionately identify as Muslims are not Muslims?
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Jul 15, 2017
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I agree. more americans are killed by their own.
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Jul 15, 2017
(53)
Islamism is by definition islamic militancy or fundamentalism, which these attacks definitely match. If it's provocative, then its provocative truth.
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Jul 15, 2017
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Your head is in the sand. If they do it in the name of Allah, follow Quranic teachings and the Hadiths, follow the life lessons of Muhammad, then they are most definitely Muslim. I'm sorry but the leader of ISIS has a Ph.D. in Islamic Scholarship. He knows far more than you'll ever know about Islam.
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Jul 15, 2017
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Except that the people committing these acts of terrorism are actually following what the Quran says. Non-violent Muslims are not actually following what the Quran says to do and thus claim it is a religion of peace. So depending on whether you believe someone must follow the holy book of a religion in order to identify them self as a follower of that religion, then these terrorists are indeed Muslims.
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Jul 15, 2017
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I wonder if Quizmaster can make a quiz on which 'Muslim' cities have been bombed by Western countries. That would could be interesting any eye-opening.
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Jul 16, 2017
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People have died at the hands of Islamic extremists, and you're worried about using "provocative" language? Give me a break. There's nothing wrong with "slandering" a whole religion. Religion is responsible for death and destruction the world over. And why do you keep using the world 'Islam' when you should be using the word 'Muslims'? You're clearly misinformed, ignorant, and an apologist for those who would happily kill you.
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Jul 21, 2017
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Oh, boy. This one needs a companion: ~Islamic~ cities bombed by NATO with civilian casualties exceeding 10 people.
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May 29, 2017
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Go ahead and make it. I'd hope it made the front page.
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May 30, 2017
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can someone actually, and keep this place updated, would be both interesting and informative
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Jul 15, 2017
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Make it at least 1,000 people and then we may have some kind of a limit on the number of cities.
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May 30, 2017
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And still Islamic extremists kill more Muslims than all the others combined. Just over the past few days there have been a couple of major bombing attacks in Baghdad and Kabul.
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Jun 1, 2017
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Sadly, It would be too long of a quiz
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Jun 6, 2017
This is very true. Europe and the U.S are barely affected by terrorism compared to countries like Iraq and Afghanistan.
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Jul 11, 2017
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Yes, unfortunately terrorism is a daily problem faced by people in these regions.
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Jul 15, 2017
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Absolutely. Anybody over in those Middle Eastern countries might wake up in the morning not knowing if they'll survive that day. Very sad.
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Jul 15, 2017
(69)
Why do you feel that this is needed? There are already similar quizzes on the site, but still, why do you feel that this is required?
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Jul 15, 2017
(57)
Why is any quiz required?!
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Jul 15, 2017
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Sundar: exactly.
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Jul 16, 2017
(65)
NATO is neither a religious nor a terrorist organisation. Ergo, no comparison to this quiz.
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Jul 16, 2017
(64)
The Pentagon is not in Washington, D.C. Arlington should be accepted for that one.
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May 30, 2017
Ok
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May 31, 2017
(56)
What about Bowling Green???
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May 30, 2017
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I still pray for the victims
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Jun 2, 2017
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Donate @https://www.bowlinggreenmassacrefund.com/
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Jun 19, 2017
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Delightful comment
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Jul 15, 2017
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To ignore Istanbul is naive... very American (covfefe)
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Jun 2, 2017
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The majority of us didn't vote for him
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Jun 6, 2017
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How about you read the quiz title? Attacks on the US and WESTERN Europe! Last I checked, Istanbul was neither in the US nor Western Europe.
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Jul 15, 2017
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Might have to add to this. Muslims are terrorizing London as I type this, so i don't know numbers. Apparently there are truck attacks, stabbings and shootings in at least 5 areas of London. Ramadan Bombathon
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Jun 3, 2017
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Fewer than 10 people died in London
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Jun 4, 2017
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And they say Islam is a religion of peace...
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Jul 15, 2017
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Just because more terrorist attacks occur in Muslim majority countries than in the West that doesn't somehow make it less of an problem. Even with Joseph Kony, Anders Brevik, and Timothy McVeigh there are still WAY more Muslim terrorists than Christian and Western ones. The fact that one would one think it's an equal comparison is laughable. There's a difference between stating facts and hate speech, some people seem to be so afraid about offending people that they have no problem infringing on people's free speech. I am a former Muslim and speak from experience. I learnt Arabic, travelled to 6 Muslim countries and spent large amounts of time with members of their community.
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Jul 15, 2017
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Jerry928 the fact that your statement shows you don't understand the difference between Islam and Muslim shows you are not fully credible on the subject. I used to be a Muslim and can tell you several things wring with your statement.
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Jul 15, 2017
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gpmrimoff You need to learn the difference between political correctness and tolerance because they are two different things and in our society political correctness often infringes on free speech. In our society it seems that when you state facts that paint a certain group of people in a less than cordial fashion the left calls it "fear mongering" now.
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Jul 15, 2017
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And you need to learn what free speech is, because political correctness does not infringe on it at all. "Free speech" means the *government* cannot punish you for what you say. It does not mean you can say what you want without consequence. "Political correctness" (whatever that means) does not prohibit speech. It discourages certain kinds of speech (often wrongly, in my opinion). It threatens people with social stigma (also wrongly, in my opinion). But you're still free to say whatever you think. You could utter the same racial slur everyday for a year, and no one could stop you. But you'd still have to deal with the social consequences. That is nothing new. Speech is freer now than it has ever been.
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Jul 18, 2017
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jmellor Free sperch is not freer than it ever was, only than a number of times in the past. I know exactly what political correctness is, and when I said infringe I meant causes a problem for not makes it illegal. If you say something that many leftists disagree with that is contraversial they call you a fearmonger or a hate mongerer. And why are you deflecting off this topic on your last comment by talking about something as minor as a typo? Is it because you're one of those liberal people who doesn't like that I have a different view than and tries to deflect in an effort to combat that? I think it is.
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Jul 23, 2017
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This seems all a bit distasteful. I recognise that horrible topics are often quiz answers on here, and perhaps I'm just being sensitive having known people caught up in one of the answers. But I'm not quite ready to see the Manchester bombings reduced to a pop quiz answer. Too soon man, too soon. I also agree, that it just creates hatred in a delicate time where division is increasing. Perhaps you had to do 'Islamist' attacks because to include domestic terrorism and mass shootings would make the quiz far to tricky and long. Maybe that's why you don't include casualties under 10, as if they just don't matter But as I say, I'm probably just being sensitive
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Jul 15, 2017
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You are, but at least you admit to it so that's something. My friend's dad was killed at the Pentagon.
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Jul 15, 2017
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Sorry, I just don't want to spend my free time doing a quiz about terrorism.
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Jul 15, 2017
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You feel that time is better spent commenting on quizzes about terrorism?
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Jul 15, 2017
(55)
^ ROFL!
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Jul 15, 2017
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SNAP!
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Jul 16, 2017
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This is a really tasteless topic for a quiz. Horrific massacres and quizzes that people do for fun just don't mix. Also you have a significant factual error in there, but the jarring inappropriateness is the far bigger issue. I think you should take this quiz down.
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Jul 15, 2017
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I agree with you. I visit JetPunk often and this quiz turned me off. I'm not burying my head in the sand. This quiz is inflammatory.
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Jul 15, 2017
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You could say the same thing about quizzes on war casualties, which is far greater than Islamic terrorism, if we were to follow your line of thinking. Just because you're not comfortable with a topic doesn't give you the right to take that away from everyone else.
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Jul 16, 2017
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I think the difference is the passage of time. Its not even been 2 months since Manchester. There are still people in hospital. Generally most quizzes on war casualties are of those further in the past
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Jul 16, 2017
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perpetualdarkness, you think you have a *right* to play games based on horrific suffering and murder? How spectacularly self-centred you must be.
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Jul 17, 2017
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Fort Hood shooting happened in 2009, not in 2013 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2009_Fort_Hood_shooting
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Jul 15, 2017
Fixed
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Jul 16, 2017
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would be good to include a definition of western Europe
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Jul 15, 2017
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Political comments below
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Jul 15, 2017
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I think this quiz should be deleted.
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Jul 15, 2017
(40)
I agree
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Jul 15, 2017
(45)
What about Stonycreek Township where United 93 crashed. 37 civilians died.
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Jul 15, 2017
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Why not include the St. Petersburg attack that killed 15 people? It is in Europe, why artificially restrict the quiz to just Western Europe (and America)?
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Jul 15, 2017
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Because it's a quiz, and the writer can choose to do that. The "Create Quiz" button, is at the top, if you would like to include all of Europe.
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Jul 15, 2017
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wow i bet these comments will be fun
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Jul 15, 2017
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Good quiz.
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Jul 15, 2017
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Fort Hood was in 2009 not in 2015
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Jul 15, 2017
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Why do you people confuse facts with hate speech? How is this quiz insensitive or distasteful? I don't see any racial slurs or anything like that on here, I think some people are overly sensitive and have a strong liberal bias that causes their views to lack balance.
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Jul 16, 2017
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To the quizmaster, funny how those who want it taken down are trying to preach tolerance yet when you have a different view they are intolerant of it, pretty hypocritical.
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Jul 16, 2017
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It's actually not hypocritical at all. They are placing the value of the perception of a certain religious group over the value of a quiz on a website. Personally, the quiz rankled me a little. I'm not about to crusade to have it taken down because I frankly don't care, but this constant "Oh, you preach tolerance, but you won't tolerate my opinion!" grip is so stupid. The distinction is simple. Being intolerant of someone immutable characteristics (gender, ethnicity, nationality, race, and, to an extent, religion) = not okay. Being intolerant of someone who has those very not okay views = okay. Liberals (to use the term very generally) do not preach "tolerance" of every idea. They preach tolerance of people's backgrounds. There is a vital difference. Hating someone for being black makes you a jerk. Hating someone for being a Nazi does not make you a jerk. They are very different concepts.
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Jul 18, 2017
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jmellor13 Hating someone if they're racist is still hate, hate is hate no matter how you dress it up there's the hypocrisy. It's morally wrong to hate no matter what its about. That's not correct, they are placing that value over the perception and being intolerant of those views who see otherwise, I stand by my statement. Liberals often disguise bigotry as tolerance hence your misunderstanding. You've oversimplified things here, its not just as simple as being intolerant of intolerant views, its being intolerant of things that are facts which they're afraid could be misinterpreted as racism and offend people. I've know people who thought it would be racist to mention someones skin color. I've also met people who are think western terrorism is comparable to Middle Eastern terrorism which is a joke.
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Jul 23, 2017
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jmellor13 They usually have to use examples of the past with very few current or recent examples outside of governments, how often do you see a little white kid go into a supermarket strapped with an explosive vest because he or she has been pressured into it by his or her family or peers? They are comparing an anthill to a mountain. So no its not stupid that I've said they preach tolerance but are intolerant, but don't take my word for it this address below will demonstrate proof of your error. https://www.google.ca/amp/s/amp.cnn.com/cnn/2017/05/28/us/fareed-zakaria-liberals-cnntv/index.html
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Jul 23, 2017
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Why not do a quiz for terrorist attacks in general? Terrorists are terrorists, irrespective of race, creed, religion or nationality. No matter how much these men claim to be committing these acts in the name and defense of Islam, the religion itself doesn't and has never advised or recommended them to do these things. They base their actions on their own hate and personal beliefs, claiming the religion as a shield and using it to justify their actions. This quiz sends out a very wrong message, as if we haven't gotten enough of those already. Hope you take the feedback in to consideration. Would be much appreciated.
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Jul 16, 2017
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This is another wrong message. Bin Laden's interpretation of Islam is not just common, it's highly plausible and easily supported. The ideas of the Islamic State and Taleban would not be so foreign to Muhammad and his companions. There is a direct and I would say undeniable link, except that so many people are hellbent on denying it, between sincerely held religious convictions of some people and the spate of terrorist attacks in recent decades. It's a real problem and simply denying it, or trying to bury our heads in the sand, doesn't make it go away. There is no message inherent in or attached to this quiz. You are imagining that there is one because you are hyper-sensitive to this, but it's not there. When we become afraid that simple facts, numbers, and true statistics send out a message that we need to censor... I think that's a good sign we ought to consider why we feel that way.
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Jul 16, 2017
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and in this case, the idea that Muslims are somehow an oppressed group in special need of coddling or protection from unfair persecution I believe is wrong. While, yes, there are racists out there who hate Arabs, and Christians or others who hate Muslims, and their bigotry may inform whatever message they try to spread around.... there's no reasonable way you can claim that this quiz is doing that.
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Jul 16, 2017
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If there are such undeniable links, go dig it up, and show it to me. By all means.I know my religion and what its about and nowhere is violence and terrorism preached by Allah, his holy book or the prophet Muhammad (pbuh). Islam is a religion of over a billion people, these radical beliefs are not reflected in even 1% of that population. Go take a count on the number of terrorist in existence and you will see that THAT is a fact. Lastly, I do not see any quizzes on terrorist attacks by any other group, religious, cultural or political. If you wanna tell me that Islamists are the only group who have committed terrorist attacks worthy of having a quiz made for them, then my friend, I am afraid you are the one burying your head in the sand.
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Jul 19, 2017
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Boston Marathon bombing?
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Jul 16, 2017
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Terrible... but only killed 3 people.
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Jul 17, 2017
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This is an offensive and extremely insensitive quiz.
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Jul 16, 2017
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Are there any racial slurs in the quiz? Is it making fun of Islam? Is it? Then how is it offensive? Just a quiz stating facts doesn't make it offensive or insensitive. I think people like you have to stop being so overly sensitive about things.
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Jul 16, 2017
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How is it offensive? It's hard to believe a human being would need to ask. Using ongoing horrific suffering and murder as a subject for a game is as crass as it comes and is, indeed, really offensive and insensitive.
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Jul 16, 2017
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No, Gamer is right. This isn't making light of suffering or murder. Even if it were, and it's not, that's still not good reason to be offended.
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Jul 17, 2017
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Making light of suffering and murder is exactly what it is. Of course, doing that is offensive. You have to be pretty soulless to find it fun to play a game about recent horrific deaths.
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Jul 17, 2017
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I can't fix this much stupid. I've never seen such a trainwreck of a comments section on this site before. Not in 5 years. I thought we were better than this.
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Jul 18, 2017
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I think it's kind of insensitive because it's reducing horrific events to trivia. I'm imagining that if I were playing this game next to someone who lost a relative in 9/11, he wouldn't appreciate it. I think that's a fair barometer.
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Jul 18, 2017
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No, your just overly sensitive that's all. Stop confusing hate speech with fact.
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Jul 17, 2017
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Stop confusing "you're" with "your."
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Jul 19, 2017
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Given some of the answers, it wouldn't be a stretch to include the 1988 Lockerbie Bombing (Pan Am 103).
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Jul 16, 2017
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Reasonable point. Even if you discount the deaths of everyone onboard the aircraft since it wasn't in a city at the time it exploded... there were still 11 more casualties on the ground in Lockerbie.
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Jul 17, 2017
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Did they ever decide for certain whether the bombing was religious or political? I remember a lot of terrorists groups claimed credit for it at the time, but some thought Qaddafi had personally ordered it even though he denied it. Anyway, it wasn't as clear cut as the others on the list.
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Jul 21, 2017
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*clicks on quiz* 109 comments "Great..."
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Jul 18, 2017
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were is boston?
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Jul 19, 2017
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I believe only three people died in that attack. The quiz rules state it must have been an attack in which at least 10 people died.
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Jul 20, 2017
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Considering you wanted to do a quiz on this...now why don't u do it the other way around...cities that the West (espec the US) has terrorized, which will be mainly Middle Eastern countries
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Jul 21, 2017
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Judging by your name you're Muslim hence your bias here. It's commonplace with tribal views for so many Muslims to blame all their problems on others ignoring the problems their own community causes.
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Jul 23, 2017
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Khamba6 Of course Muslims are not the only people who commit acts of terror nor do all of them commit acts of terror. However there are cultural patterns amongst certain members of the Muslim community rarely seen in the West and as a former Muslim myself who has travelled across the world including to six Muslim countries I've made some observations. Tribalism and it's hostile traits have affected the way countless Muslims choose to act as a Muslim. Almost every part of the world I've gone to I've heard the locals complaining about the disproportionately high amount of fights, sexual assaults, crimes, and hatred amongst Muslims living there. Europe, USA, Canada, Australia, China, Panama, you name it. This tribal eye for an eye mentality amongst many Muslims doesn't foster an environment for forgiveness amongst many of them when they face trials from outsiders hence the strong levels of hatred in many of their various ethnic communities in the Middle East, Asia, Africa and elsewhere.
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Jul 23, 2017
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jmellor13 stop deflecting from the real topic with stupid minor things like typos, everyone has made them in their lives.
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Jul 23, 2017
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Khamba6 In respect to comparison it's the GOVERNMENTS of only the USA, UK, and France in the West that have been accused of large scale terrorism not civilians unlike in the Muslim world. Unlike in the Muslik world, often do you see a little white kid in the West go into a supermarket with a bomb strapped to his chest about to kill innocent people because his peers or family pressured him or her to do so? Unlike in the Muslim world how often do you see westerners staging a mass protest uttering death threats and burning effigies because someone in a distant land who they've never even met insulted something about their religion or drew one of their religious prophets? Its a joke, there's no comparison. The Qu'ran itself contains things which were applicable to the time but no longer are and cause problems. Islam teaches its ok to kill those who leave the religion because Muhammed's converts were leaving and killing Muslims which no longer applies to today but is still practiced.
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Jul 23, 2017
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Khamba6 The Qu'ran also teaches that its acceptable to take someone as a slave if they aren't Muslim. It teaches that its ok to take thise who are starving and have nothing as slaves to give them something but that still doesn't justify taking away someone's free agency.
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Jul 23, 2017
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