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"Sharia law makes a lot of sense" - Linda Sarsour
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"Sharia law makes a lot of sense" - Linda Sarsour
 Sharia law, which originated in the early Islamic states in the 8th and 9th centuries, allows wife beating, permits marriage and sexual intercourse between men and pre-pubescent girls, calls for the stoning of gays, condemns Muslims who convert to Christianity to death, and condones female genital mutilation.  About the specific details of Sharia,

Linda Sarsour tweeted, “Sharia law is reasonable, and once u read the details, it makes a lot of sense.”

Yes indeed, genital mutilation, whippings, stonings, treating women like cattle - all this "makes a lot of sense."
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RE: "Sharia law makes a lot of sense" - Linda Sarsour
About as much sense as Christianity, or any other religion, in fact.
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RE: "Sharia law makes a lot of sense" - Linda Sarsour
And who is she?
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RE: "Sharia law makes a lot of sense" - Linda Sarsour
(February 22, 2018 at 7:44 pm)Starman Wrote:  Sharia law, which originated in the early Islamic states in the 8th and 9th centuries, allows wife beating, permits marriage and sexual intercourse between men and pre-pubescent girls, calls for the stoning of gays, condemns Muslims who convert to Christianity to death, and condones female genital mutilation.  About the specific details of Sharia,

Linda Sarsour tweeted, “Sharia law is reasonable, and once u read the details, it makes a lot of sense.”

Yes indeed, genital mutilation, whippings, stonings, treating women like cattle - all this "makes a lot of sense."

Linda Sarsour is an awesome person. Big fan of her.

When she clearly equates Sharia to the list of stuff you mention in the first and last sentence, then diss her all you want.
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RE: "Sharia law makes a lot of sense" - Linda Sarsour
Who the hell is Linda Sarsour?
"Of course, everyone will claim they respect someone who tries to speak the truth, but in reality, this is a rare quality. Most respect those who speak truths they agree with, and their respect for the speaking only extends as far as their realm of personal agreement. It is less common, almost to the point of becoming a saintly virtue, that someone truly respects and loves the truth seeker, even when their conclusions differ wildly." 

-walsh
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RE: "Sharia law makes a lot of sense" - Linda Sarsour
You do realize that atheists generally consider Christians and Muslims BOTH deluded. Sharia law is just as horrifying as Mosaic law. It's a good thing not to many people follow the OT to the letter, eh? Otherwise a sex slave trade would be allowed to exist (so long as you don't beat your slaves to death, that is.)
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RE: "Sharia law makes a lot of sense" - Linda Sarsour
(February 22, 2018 at 7:45 pm)Lutrinae Wrote: About as much sense as Christianity, or any other religion, in fact.


As much sense as your contention that nothing made everything?


You need to watch "A Matter of Gravity" by professor John Lennox, of Oxford University.
It is on YouTube.com

(February 22, 2018 at 7:50 pm)vulcanlogician Wrote: You do realize that atheists generally consider Christians and Muslims BOTH deluded. Sharia law is just as horrifying as Mosaic law. It's a good thing not to many people follow the OT to the letter, eh? Otherwise a sex slave trade would be allowed to exist (so long as you don't beat your slaves to death, that is.)

Christians consider atheists such as Pol Pot, Chairman Mao, and Joseph Stalin to be pretty horrifying.
They jointly murdered over a hundred million of their own people because they were atheists.
Don't try weaseling out of it either.
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RE: "Sharia law makes a lot of sense" - Linda Sarsour
(February 22, 2018 at 7:51 pm)Starman Wrote: As much sense as your contention that nothing made everything?

As much as the deluded contention that something (god) came from nothing?
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RE: "Sharia law makes a lot of sense" - Linda Sarsour
(February 22, 2018 at 7:53 pm)Lutrinae Wrote:
(February 22, 2018 at 7:51 pm)Starman Wrote: As much sense as your contention that nothing made everything?

As much as the deluded contention that something (god) came from nothing?


If someone made God, then He wouldn't be God, would He?

The Dawkins Dilemma

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RE: "Sharia law makes a lot of sense" - Linda Sarsour
(February 22, 2018 at 7:51 pm)Starman Wrote:
(February 22, 2018 at 7:50 pm)vulcanlogician Wrote: You do realize that atheists generally consider Christians and Muslims BOTH deluded. Sharia law is just as horrifying as Mosaic law. It's a good thing not to many people follow the OT to the letter, eh? Otherwise a sex slave trade would be allowed to exist (so long as you don't beat your slaves to death, that is.)

Christians consider atheists such as Pol Pot, Chairman Mao, and Joseph Stalin to be pretty horrifying.
They jointly murdered over a hundred million of their own people because they were atheists.
Don't try weaseling out of it either.

ATHEISTS consider atheists such as Pol Pot, Chairman Mao, and Joseph Stalin to be pretty horrifying.

What's your point?

Don't you consider it horrifying when Christians commit atrocities? Atheists are the same as you. We don't give anyone a free pass because they agree with us about God's nonexistence.

(February 22, 2018 at 7:58 pm)Starman Wrote:
(February 22, 2018 at 7:53 pm)Lutrinae Wrote: As much as the deluded contention that something (god) came from nothing?


If someone made God, then He wouldn't be God, would He?

Circular reasoning
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