Thirty men and one woman (all Muslims) charged with sexually abusing girls in West Yorkshire

I think the problem has many different roots. One of those roots is mealy-mouthed white women with shortish hair with blue streaks, goes by the name “Roz” although she was christened Kellie. Failed in her chosen career so went back to college as a mature student and studied social work. Can’t get a bloke cos of her attitude and lack of looks so now identifies as lesbian.
Local councils up north are full of “Roz”s.
Roz and alcohol, the cause and cure to the woes of the world.
 
Ffs...
How many times...
Religion is not the cause, religion provided an umbrella of opportunity..
That would be fine - if we had a proportional amount of gangs from all other religions committing these pedo rape crimes, but we don't - gangs of Muslims far far outnumber gangs of those from the other religions collectively committing these crimes.

So I'd tend to agree with you somewhat - 'religion [generic religion type] is not the cause, but caveat that with Islam [specific religion type] is the cause.

The fact they are all Muslims in this and many other instances is NOT a coincidence.
 
That would be fine - if we had a proportional amount of gangs from all other religions committing these pedo rape crimes, but we don't - gangs of Muslims far far outnumber gangs of those from the other religions collectively committing these crimes.

So I'd tend to agree with you somewhat - 'religion [generic religion type] is not the cause, but caveat that with Islam [specific religion type] is the cause.

The fact they are all Muslims in this and many other instances is NOT a coincidence.
But which other demographic got a disproportional ‘amount of weight’ thrown behind it it order to offset perceived prejudices?
 
What is a "Muslim civilian"? I've seen it in one or two of your posts
Men, women & children. Members of the public. Non-combatants.

It's an important clarification which bares repeating when people like RGJ talks about "muslims" in the context of threat, invasion, a force, a problem and specifies violence to counter that 'threat'.

Glad you asked. It's important to understand that encouraging the murder of civilians is so far from the values and standards of the Army and the society that we seek to protect.
 
That would be fine - if we had a proportional amount of gangs from all other religions committing these pedo rape crimes, but we don't - gangs of Muslims far far outnumber gangs of those from the other religions collectively committing these crimes.

So I'd tend to agree with you somewhat - 'religion [generic religion type] is not the cause, but caveat that with Islam [specific religion type] is the cause.

The fact they are all Muslims in this and many other instances is NOT a coincidence.

The fact that they are all Catholics is NOT a coincidence.

And as for the mass murder of babies:


The fact that the murderers are all Catholics is NOT a coincidence.

You child abuse and murder apologist, you.
 

FORMER_FYRDMAN

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I don’t see that as a minor diversion at all. I think it’s absolutely germane to the discussion.

Compare that rather enlightened ‘Those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it’ attitude with the ‘Rhodes must fall’-type idiocy that’s going on here.

Blimey... some backward Moslems showing us how it’s done.
A Sunday outing for many of the good people of Tashkent involves going to the park to hear music or poetry, and that's not just the elite and nor is it because the alternative's watching paint dry. There aren't many places in the oil and gas industry where you can quote Khayyam during a project meeting to the general approval of the engineers present.

Without getting too rosy, there is a dark side too which can be very dark indeed, but that's a combination of the Soviet legacy and political awareness of how Afghanistan went from number one hippy destination to failed state inside a decade through a failure to control the then two most powerful political forces in the country - Socialism and Islam.
 

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anglo

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Men, women & children. Members of the public. Non-combatants.

It's an important clarification which bares repeating when people like RGJ talks about "muslims" in the context of threat, invasion, a force, a problem and specifies violence to counter that 'threat'.

Glad you asked. It's important to understand that encouraging the murder of civilians is so far from the values and standards of the Army and the society that we seek to protect.
But not them that hate us and want to kill us
 
Maybe because you dont match the demographic of those who would choose to abort female foetuses?
Any kind of policy like that wouldn’t survive first contact with the first complaint that it caused as it would clearly be racist. Hospitals are happy to tell people gender of foetuses as soon as it’s identifiable.
 

Tyk

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Any kind of policy like that wouldn’t survive first contact with the first complaint that it caused as it would clearly be racist. Hospitals are happy to tell people gender of foetuses as soon as it’s identifiable.
They do now, in fact I know they do as the genders of my 3 grandchildren were revealed, but when my sons were in utero (all a bit less than 30 years ago, oldest is 6 years older than youngest), here in West Yorkshire the policy was absolutely NOT to reveal the sex by NHS staff. This was certainly a regional policy as my sister in Hampshire was told the gender of hers at scans.
The only real difference is the demographics of the area.
 
They do now, in fact I know they do as the genders of my 3 grandchildren were revealed, but when my sons were in utero (all a bit less than 30 years ago, oldest is 6 years older than youngest), here in West Yorkshire the policy was absolutely NOT to reveal the sex by NHS staff. This was certainly a regional policy as my sister in Hampshire was told the gender of hers at scans.
The only real difference is the demographics of the area.
Burnley general doesn’t disclose gender to some people.
For the reasons previously stated.
 
I know you wont believe it, but it's far from unique to Hindus.
Sikhs are also renowned for poisoning their baby daughters in India as well as throwing them down wells.

Regardless of the behaviour of Muslims, the protection of female babies was baked into the initial stages of Islam where the prophet Mohammed tackled the habit of burying female babies. There is also a lot of religious importance placed on protecting female children. Whether or not that translates into actions is debatable but I can't think of other religions where that is documented.
 

anglo

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Sikhs are also renowned for poisoning their baby daughters in India as well as throwing them down wells.

Regardless of the behaviour of Muslims, the protection of female babies was baked into the initial stages of Islam where the prophet Mohammed tackled the habit of burying female babies. There is also a lot of religious importance placed on protecting female children. Whether or not that translates into actions is debatable but I can't think of other religions where that is documented.
It doesn't matter then if some Muslims kill their female babies as it's documented is Islam,
 

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