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    Oh yes, bring it on

    From BBC news
    A British Muslim leader has told the BBC he believes homosexuality is "not acceptable" and denounced new same-sex civil partnerships as "harmful".

    Whoops, bit of a cleft stick for the PC-brigade here then.
    Who's right, the muslims or the faggots, and which group will win this one?
    Excellent, you can just see the liberals turning hoops over this. Mwahaha.
    Why not?

    #2
    easy
    who's got the biggest guns
    who will the PC brigades be more afraid of
    who's the least likely to be stopped and searched by our brave police force

    allah 1 elton 0
    Chico, what time is it?

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      #3
      Originally posted by Dundeegeorge
      From BBC news
      A British Muslim leader has told the BBC he believes homosexuality is "not acceptable" and denounced new same-sex civil partnerships as "harmful".

      Whoops, bit of a cleft stick for the PC-brigade here then.
      Who's right, the muslims or the faggots, and which group will win this one?
      Excellent, you can just see the liberals turning hoops over this. Mwahaha.
      No prob for me. This mullah is wrong, but has a right to express his opinion, though not to enforce it on others.

      I don't defend people because they are right but because they have rights.

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        #4
        Excuse me

        Originally posted by expat
        No prob for me. This mullah is wrong, but has a right to express his opinion, though not to enforce it on others.

        I don't defend people because they are right but because they have rights.
        "This mullah is wrong." That's a bit absolute, isn't it? Can you justify that statement?
        Why not?

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          #5
          Originally posted by expat
          No prob for me. This mullah is wrong, but has a right to express his opinion, though not to enforce it on others.
          as do you expat, as do you...

          Older and ...well, just older!!

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