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    I never figured you were an atheist.

    Quote Originally Posted by Leongsam View Post
    It's not banned yet but I hope they ban it soon. In fact, secular countries should ban ALL religions as every single one has the potential to cause untold trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash007 View Post
    I never figured you were an atheist.
    Are you kidding me??? You must be really slow. Look at the icon and preamble I used for the religious folder.


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    I thought you were being irritated by the religious people in here.

    Quote Originally Posted by Leongsam View Post
    Are you kidding me??? You must be really slow. Look at the icon and preamble I used for the religious folder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifter View Post
    For your infor , Japan has two Muslim graveyards, one in Kobe and one in Tokyo. The Tokyo graveyard is a private graveyard, belonging to the Japanese Muslim Association .
    Thanks for the update Bro Drifter.

    Well, it shows that Nips allow freedom of choice in worship but does not seem eager to bend backwards to accomodate. I thinik that is fair and sufficiently humane. She knows her own identity and will not allow something foreign to shape her internal home-grown traits. I somehow see the Islamic society behaving like everyone else owes them something and has to yield towards their ways - otherwise they get violent, hopeful I am wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agoraphobic View Post
    Thanks for the update Bro Drifter.

    Well, it shows that Nips allow freedom of choice in worship but does not seem eager to bend backwards to accomodate. I thinik that is fair and sufficiently humane. She knows her own identity and will not allow something foreign to shape her internal home-grown traits. I somehow see the Islamic society behaving like everyone else owes them something and has to yield towards their ways - otherwise they get violent, hopeful I am wrong.

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    You are welcome bro . After 9/11 most Japanese have a second look in Islamic .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash007 View Post
    I thought you were being irritated by the religious people in here.
    Bro , boss specially use a pile of shit pic for religious folder . He's a thinking man

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jah_rastafar_I View Post
    wow good on the japanese to prevent the religion from spreading.
    especially the rastaman religion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifter View Post
    You are welcome bro . After 9/11 most Japanese have a second look in Islamic .
    Even though I do not have a personal faith in any religion, I do not have anything against anyone who does, as long as they find peace and solace in their beliefs, however certain muslims tend to be pushy about their faith, not only by labelling non-believers as infidels, but going as far as attacking them - this is what I find detestable. There was even a muslim girl in Canada who insisted on wearing her hijab to play soccer in a girl' league and the referee was disciplined for sending her off. Fine, wear your religious clothes for religious events, but not for anything else. Her team supported her decision! You see where I'm coming from. Now I read that food businesses are falling in line! And nobody is expected to voice resistance because we're supposed to be "tolerant" - how about muslims learn to be tolerant to others' views, privacy, and freedom of speech, and expression.

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