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Islam Thomas on 08 Apr 2010 12:06 am

The insanity of religion – child abuse in Islam

Christopher Hitchens on Islamic child abuse. This video discusses a disgusting topic and probably should not be viewed unless you want to be depressed for the rest of the day:

10 Responses to “The insanity of religion – child abuse in Islam”

  1. on 09 Apr 2010 at 7:52 pm 1.dmabus said …

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    DEATH TRAP

    http://abcnews.go.com/Nightline/FaceOff/
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    THE REAL QUESTION:

    DOES ATHEISM HAVE A FUTURE?

    AND THE ANSWER – NO!

    http://engforum.pravda.ru/showthread.php?280780-the-Death-of-Ath*ism&p=3089433#post3089433

  2. on 10 Apr 2010 at 1:44 am 2.A real-ist said …

    DOES ATHEISM HAVE A FUTURE?

    AND THE ANSWER – YES!

    The number of Athiests has been going up, not down. I think the real question here is if Christianity has a future. How come the number of priests is shrinking?

  3. on 10 Apr 2010 at 2:18 am 3.A real-ist said …

    dmabus, by the way I just watched your video on death of Athiesm. I have a few questions for you on that. First of all, why did it cut off right when the Athiest would have had a chance to debate back on what the other guy said? Also, that guy’s only point he brought up was that we don’t know what created the universe from the beginning. What I would say in response would be this: Whatever the beginning was, whether it was an conscious being that created it or if something non-conscious did, that can always be labeled as God. This doesn’t mean there is a conscious being watching over us on this puny Earth and that there is an afterlife. Why would an afterlife be related to the beginning of matter and life? And why would a conscious being decide to create man millions of years after the formation while other living things have been around all that time? There are a lot of questions that can be brought up on this topic, which is the reason why Athiesm is growing. We wouldn’t be talking about this right now if it wasn’t growing, now would we?

  4. on 10 Apr 2010 at 3:11 pm 4.Lou said …

    A,

    You are now agnostic. A good first step.

  5. on 10 Apr 2010 at 5:01 pm 5.A real-ist said …

    Lou,
    I never said I believe there is a God out there, which being Agnostic would imply. I said we can call the beginning God, whether it is of the conscious state (the type you believe in – called A God or The God) or of the non-conscious state (Big Bang Theory – the type I believe in). The word “God” can be labeled as anything.

  6. on 10 Apr 2010 at 10:28 pm 6.Xenon said …

    “I never said I believe there is a God out there, which being Agnostic would imply.”

    Um, no Agnosticism is the a belief that one does not know if it is possible to know if God exists. You just described a theist.

  7. on 11 Apr 2010 at 5:36 pm 7.A real-ist said …

    I meant to say it as “I never said I believe there is a chance that there is God out there, which being Agnostic would imply.” Doesn’t change my point.

  8. on 11 Apr 2010 at 7:30 pm 8.Lou said …

    No chance huh? now you are just simply ridiculous. Any rationale individual would acknowledge there is a chance God exists. Even your own Richard Dawkins acknowledges the fact. Don’t be such a xenophobe. Change your moniker to A-xenophobe.

  9. on 11 Apr 2010 at 7:44 pm 9.Anonymous said …

    God could be: unknown power or universal spark or aliens or let’s keep looking and thinking, and not make up our minds until we see the proof. Bible does not equal proof, unless ark is found.

    God does not equal or have anything to do with: Jesus or Allah or Buddah or Zeus or Ra or Flying Spaghetti Monster. Because if you think so you have stopped thinking and sunk to faith as your basis of life. Usually nothing wrong with that, just keep it to yourself.

    Just a thought.
    /rant
    *hunkers down*

  10. on 12 Apr 2010 at 10:51 am 10.Severin said …

    Lou 8
    “Any rationale individual would acknowledge there is a chance God exists.”

    Accordingly, any rational individual would acknowledge there is little or no chance that god exists.
    If we take in consideration that bullshits offered by religions are in deep disagreement with reality surrounding us and with scientific achievments, probability of existance of god is minor (mathematically said: probability of god’s existance converges to zero).
    Would you acknowledge it, or are you an irrational individual?

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