An act of love from religion of love

Florida church plans to burn Quran on 9/11 anniversary

A Florida church said it plans to publicly burn copies of the Quran on the ninth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, prompting threats from Islamic groups and warnings the move will trigger a rise in hate crimes.

The Dove World Outreach Center of Gainesville, Florida said on its Facebook page it will hold an “International Burn a Koran Day” on September 11, asking other religious groups to join in standing “against the evil of Islam. Islam is of the devil!”

“Islam and Sharia law was responsible for 9/11,” pastor Terry Jones said. “We will burn Qurans because we think it’s time for Christians, for churches, for politicians to stand up and say no; Islam and Sharia law is not welcome in the US,” the organizer of the burning action added.

Reactions to the Koran burning announcement were swift. Members of the Al-Falluja jihadist forum have threatened to “spill rivers of your (American) blood” and “a war the likes of which you have never seen before”.

Mainstream Muslim groups also denounced the move and lamented the sentiments promoted by the Gainesville church.

Now, it is the turn of religion of peace to send a suicide bomber to the event. As far as Hindus are concerned, let the two cults cut each other’s throats to decide whose god is true and whose god is false. It would be good riddance for humanity and human gene pool would improve.

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  1. Now, it is the turn of religion of peace to send a suicide bomber to the event. As far as Hindus are concerned, let the two cults cut each other’s throats to decide whose god is true and whose god is false. It would be good riddance for humanity and human gene pool would improve.

    I agree, but let’s not forget the history of war between Hindu factions throughout history. No religion is truly a religion of peace.

    • sanjaychoudhry

      War between “Hindu factions” is a figment of imagination of missionaries. This argument is laughable, actually. Can you pls cite some honourable examples where such wars occured?

  2. VoP

    > history of war between Hindu factions

    Any proof of this?

  3. Alright, maybe I spoke to soon about war between Hindu factions. I was thinking of Buddhism, which is a part of documented history.

    Regardless, there have been instances of Hindus committing acts of violence against other religions, which makes a much better point in this discussion than the one I previously tried. For example:

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/holy-war-strikes-india-955502.html

    Not saying all Hindus have a propensity for violence, but no religion is free of misuses, misinterpretations or mistreatments. All religions are equally egregious in that regard.

  4. JGN

    @ sanjaychoudhry and VoP, the wars were not between “Hindu factions” but between the regional straps a.k.a. Kings which are falsly interpreted by the His-storians! There is no concept equivalent to eliminating pagans/kafirs in the Eastern Religion.

    • sanjaychoudhry

      Yes. Even then, the kings had an honour code under which the war was strictly limited to warring soldiers.

      There is not a single case where any Hindu king targetted civilians after victory over another king. Nowhere in the world does this kind of code existed. This is the glory of Hinduism and ancient India. I am surprised this is not talked about more.

      In fact, Megasthense marvelled at how farmers in India coolly went about tilling their fields and woment went about their work, while war raged next to their farms. This is what happens when humanity is bound by the code of Hindu dharma. People rise to their highest level in conduct and thought.

      Contrast this with Muslims — after war, all women will be captured as sex slaves, children will be sold in slavery and all men of the town will be beheaded.

  5. Natasha

    Wow – So chaddis want to enjoy the show while two nations fight in the name of religion?

    Great. Speaks volumes about your filthy minds.

    • sanjaychoudhry

      I am sure you are the “true god, false god” type. Let us test your intellectual sophistication and love for humanity. Answer these questions in Yes or No format:

      1. Will non-believers go to heaven or hell?

      2. Should believers marry non-believers?

      3. Can all faiths lead to heaven and liberation?

      4. Is it the duty of believers to convert all non-believers to the True God?

      • Question #1 is not a yes or no question, Mr. “Intellectual Sophistication.”

        • sanjaychoudhry

          Answer it any way. Let us see an instance of the “milk of human kindness” that seems to be overflowing in you.

          • Haha, that makes no sense.

            One thing you guys do have in common with Abrahamic religions, you are just as self-righteous and close minded.

            • VoP

              In Common? Please explain..

              “Land of religions, cradle of human race, birthplace of human speech, grandmother of legend, great grandmother of tradition. The land that all men desire to see and having seen once even by a glimpse, would not give that glimpse for the shows of the rest of the globe combined. India had the start of the whole world in the beginning of things. She had the first civilization; she had the first accumulation of material wealth; she was populous with deep thinkers and subtle intellect; she had mines, and woods, and a fruitful soul.” ~ Mark Twain

              http://www.hinduwisdom.info/quotes1_20.htm

            • sanjaychoudhry

              “One thing you guys do have in common with Abrahamic religions, you are just as self-righteous and close minded”

              That is like saying that both Nazis and American soldiers were equally bad in second world war because both of them killed millions of people to achieve their aims.

    • VoP

      Forget chaddis, it’s what Islamists and Christists want to do anyway, carry on with crusades forever. When you have two mutually exclusive intolerant ideologies based on “My God is True God, Rest are Evil” what do you get? Now when this happens chaddis and others get some respite, that’s all. Gettit? Probably No. The Abrahamic mind has no place for reason and rationality.

  6. JGN

    @ thejamminjabber, >>>>>>>Question #1 is not a yes or no question, Mr. “Intellectual Sophistication.”>>>>>>>> why? Can you tell us whether M.K.Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr will go to hell for not believing in your one true god but Osama Bin Laden will go the the fun filled Paradise for enjoying seventy two vrigins and twenty eight hairless boys (not to speak of river full of wine, water, fruits, etc) ?

  7. Because it is an A or B question. Will non-believers go to heaven (A) or hell (B). English isn’t your first language, is it?

    And secondly, I’m not a fucking Muslim. You’re arguments are all over the place. I give up.

  8. JGN

    thejamminjabber, nobody has invited you to post comments here. If you do not want to answer, at least keep the trap shut.

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