Let us be honest. Islam’s ideology is immoral to its core. Should we ask the Haigue a

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Let us be honest. Islam’s ideology is immoral to its core. Should we ask the Haigue and U.N. to rule on the free world's first duty to the world. Should we declare war against this immoral ideology?

Our collective leadership must lead by honor. Honor demands the first duty of all free people be to do their best to ensure that all the people of the world enjoy the same level of freedom that they enjoy. This is irrefutable, in terms of morality.

Freedom can only be enjoyed in a moral society.

The Hague and U.N. must rule on the duty of the free world to humanity, and decide if it is better to have all these little wars that disrupt our cities and countries, or declare a real ideological war against the barbaric and non-progressive ideology that the Eastern hordes are trying to force down the Wests throat.

As usual, religions are trying to grow themselves by the sword. A redirection is in order and quite necessary if peace is to be achieved.

We, the collective of the free world, must move the war to one of words that judge the ideologies for their moral worth, and seek to live by the best one. That verdict will determine the will of the free world as to which direction we free people wish the world to evolve to; in terms of the limits of freedom and the duty of free people.

The free world has forgotten that its first duty to the world is to work to have the whole world share in that freedom.

A war of words tends to kill fewer people than the murderous religious insurgencies we now suffer.

I think our legislators ought to consider such a strategy.

Do you?

Regards
DL
Islam is not an ideology, its a religious belief. A ideology is a specific belief, it doesn't change......if you believe in this and this then you are put into this classification. Religions vary way to much to be ideologies.
 
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My daughter just held a joint-birthday party at our home with her best friend, a Muslim. They invited about 30 people; around 22-24 teenagers showed up. Everyone had a great time.

When the friend's parents arrived at the end of the evening to pick her up, they thanked us effusively for allowing the party to take place at our house. I forgot to tell them that their religion's ideology is immoral to the core. Should I call them, or write them a letter?
What would most of the people in Israel say if your daughter married a Muslim?


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Djinn

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They probably wouldn't care. My daughter is of Jewish ancestry, but she's never been to a religious service, nor does she follow Jewish religious law. Israelis probably wouldn't care if she married a Muslim, because it's a non-issue to secular-leaning Israelis, and the more religious Israelis are unlikely to recognize her as "one of them."
 
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They probably wouldn't care. My daughter is of Jewish ancestry, but she's never been to a religious service, nor does she follow Jewish religious law. Israelis probably wouldn't care if she married a Muslim, because it's a non-issue to secular-leaning Israelis, and the more religious Israelis are unlikely to recognize her as "one of them."
You know I don't believe you right? How many Jews are married to Arabs in Israel?
 
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Djinn

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Morality is very subjective, who is this authority on what good morals are or arent?

Obviously I have my morals and I think they are the best in all the land, anyone who doesnt share them is, by my own definition, less moral than me.......but is that really a fact or just my own perspective and judgement that is not superior to any other joe blow....

SO...what is the standard you plan to measure things by to judge it "moral or immoral".

I think all the religions forward some morals that I agree with and others I do not.... they are all rather equal in their mix of good and bad.
Morality is very subjective, who is this authority on what good morals are or arent?

Seems we both use the same authority.

Strange that you would see good in religions like Christianity and Islam which have grown themselves by the sword instead of good deeds.

I think that quite immoral. Do you?

Regards
DL
 

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