I just love it when people talk about "Obama's pro-Muslim" agenda and forget that it was under his administration that Osama bin laden (a Muslim) was captured... and killed.
And how about Moammar Gaddafi (another Muslim)? Jointly with a EU and Arab coalition, a +40 years’ dictatorship was overthrown.
How about his influence on Mubarak's (yet, another Muslim) decision to step down from a +30 years’ dictatorship?
But I guess the main point about this (biased) documentary is about “some” Muslims and their "never-ending" will to kill, induce harm, terrorize, etc...
I understand that something must be done.
So, if we’re going to take any action, why don’t we take into consideration all religions, such as Christianity?
The fact that most recent terrorist acts have been executed by Muslim extremists, is simply because the US and allies, have not recently invaded any Christian countries.
But let’s not forget. We ought to never forget.
The following acts of terrorism (and just to name few I can recall) were performed by pro-Christian fanatics:
- Wisconsin Sikh Temple massacre, Aug. 5, 2012
- Anders Behring Breivik takes 77 lives, Jul. 22, 2011
- Murder of Dr. George Tiller, May 31, 2009
- Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church shooting, Jul. 27, 2008
- Planned Parenthood assault by Robert Lewis Dear, Nov. 27, 2015
- The murder of Dr. John Britton, Jul. 29, 1994
- The Centennial Olympic Park bombing, Jul. 27, 1996
- Murder of Barnett Slepian byJames Charles Kopp, Oct. 23, 1998
- Planned Parenthood bombing, Brookline, Massachusetts, 1994
- Suicide attack on IRS building in Austin, Texas, Feb. 18, 2010
- Timothy McVeigh and the Oklahoma City bombing, Apr. 19, 1995
- And Waco? How can everybody forget about Waco on Apr. 19, 1993?
And how about Buddhist extremists? Oh! You thing there’s no such thing? Well, think again.
If you step back for a moment, you’ll realize that the problem is not one religion or the other. It’s religion itself.
All religious texts incite hatred for what’s different (racism/classism/discrimination/etc…).
All religious texts promote the exact same thing, (slightly) changing the rhetoric: we’re the ones, we’re gonna be saved, we’re loved and cared for, we rule, we’re right… the others are going to hell.
All religious texts… well, you get the idea. I hope.
Please stop caring so much for thy imaginary friend and start loving thy neighbor.