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9/11 do you believe what you've been told?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Pitman, Oct 26, 2010.

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  1. Milkybk

    Soldato

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    Even if they are extremists, which I am sure they are, they are still of the Muslim faith. Even if they have taken it completely out of context.
     
  2. jp_bl_68

    Sgarrista

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    Because that's what they are.
     
  3. vti_786

    Hitman

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    i understand what you say, they claim to be muslims, but they can be labeled as afghan terrorists also.

    can i ask 1 question, what do you think of muslims?
     
  4. Anim

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    I doubt many/any people here have any real beef with Muslims on the whole, only those that twist the religion to their own radical views and then act upon said views. Perhaps you're taking offense where there is no offense to be taken?
     
  5. Milkybk

    Soldato

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    I have no problem with Muslims or their faith. The same as I have no problem with Christians etc. :)
     
  6. vti_786

    Hitman

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    i do understand some people don't say things to offend, but you need to understand that there are people who will read something like 'islamic terrorists' and beleive all muslims are terrorists, lol. and i'm not just saying this on assumption, but from experience, people coming up to me with inappropriate comments.

    I'm not trying to have an argument or anything, just believe threads like these shouldn't be allowed, from what i'v seen ocuk is a friendly place with decent people, so wouldn't want threads like these appearing.
     
  7. Vonhelmet

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    Whee, let's play No True Scotsman for the next 4 months.
     
  8. fallbayuk

    Wise Guy

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    this video explains everything:

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  9. ennogs

    Wise Guy

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    I agree with what some people have said. There are some crazy theories about 9/11 such as the planes were remote controlled.

    Somebody said there is a video where Osama admits to 9/11. Take another look at the video. The guy barely looks like Osama, he writes with his right hand (osama is left handed according to the FBI) and he is wearing jewellery (I believe wearing jewellery is banned in the Muslim religion).

    However for the last time lol please read Solving 9-11 The Deception That Changed the World. It is written by a very sane journalist who spent NINE years reasearching 9/11. The book is full of facts that can be verified. It does not contain any of the wacky theories like remote controlled planes. The author of the book is not a conspiracy theorist. He just wanted to find out what really happened and who was behind it. I think he has done that.
     
  10. ennogs

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    +1. I feel sorry for peace loving muslims the way western governments are trying to portray them. Yes there are some muslim extemists/terrorists but they are a very very small minority.
     
  11. [SKR]Phoenix

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    Wrong!

    He wanted to sell books, which I bet he has by the bucket load.
     
  12. Stewy

    Capodecina

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    This thread has absolutely nothing offensive, you obviously missed the 'Draw Muhammad' or whatever it was thread :)
     
  13. ennogs

    Wise Guy

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    Lol of course he wanted his book to sell. Do you really think he spent nine years researching his book just to make money? Why not just spend 1 - 3 years and print the book. He spent 9 years to try and make his book as factual and accurate as he thinks it could be. In my opinion is the most credible and plausible opinion on the whole 9/11 affair. You don't spend 9 years of your life researching 9/11 just to write a load of crap. That would be pointless and stupid.
     
  14. Pete19s

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    Wrong, Christopher Bollyn is fairly far away from a sane journalist. He is a very, very special boy and VERY much so a conspiracy theorist. Anyone curious can go check his website http://www.bollyn.com/list-of-articles
     
  15. ennogs

    Wise Guy

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    Ok I have a question. To all the people who think 9/11 conspiracies are nonsense.

    There are two thoughts on 9/11

    1) Certain members of the American government was behind it.

    2) The American goverment was not behind it but knew it was going to happen and did not nothing to stop it.

    For what reason(s) do you think either theory is nonsense.
     
  16. Vonhelmet

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    And this book was published when...
     
  17. Anim

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    Lets hope there arent any stupid people in the world ................................
     
  18. jp_bl_68

    Sgarrista

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    They aren't all Afghans. The people behind 9/11 were from Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Unite Arab Emirates and Lebanon. The 7/7 bombers were Brits (I think) of Jamaican/Pakistani decent. One thing they all have in common is Islam. They are Islamic terrorists/extremists.

    In my experience most British Muslims are no worse than most British Christians/Jews/Hindus etc.. Outside of Britain, as far as I'm aware, Islam is far more backwards thinking than any of the other major religions.
     
  19. ennogs

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    Actually his book can be downloaded for free from his website. He does however accept donations. I doubt he wrote the book just to make money.

    http://www.bollyn.com/solving-9-11-the-book
     
  20. DarkShadow

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    That's your perception based upon what exactly? The Daily Mail?
     
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