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Old 02-17-2009, 06:45 PM
 
Location: Brooklyn
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He certainly did make a case for separation of church and state, if he thinks he can get away with decapitating another human being (his own wife, no less) and then hide behind the cloak of religion as a defense.
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Old 02-17-2009, 09:58 PM
 
Location: part of the Matrix--for now!
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Holy cow! (No pun intended)
By the way, Aasiya was reportedly looking to divorce her husband and his reaction, I mean, granted he flew off the handle just a little bit. He's been charged now this week for second-degree murder of his wife and Hassan, all he was trying to do -- I mean, let's just play our cards face up on the table. All he was trying to do was apparently he was just seeking to improve the image of Muslims in the United States so much, he was so committed to that that he had to decapitate her. That's all he had to do. Building bridges to decapitation, and her body was found in the hallway of the television station that they founded whose goal, by the way, was seeking to improve the image of Muslims in the United States. Right there in that station where they worked hard to improve the image of Muslims in the United States, right there at that television station, Bridges TV, her headless body was found in the hallway.
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Religious people behaving badly. Yeah, I never heard of that before.
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Old 02-17-2009, 10:10 PM
 
Location: mass
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That's the religion of "peace" for you.

You know kdbrich, I wish you could come up with another catchy line to respond to posts having to do with Islam or Muslims. This one is getting tired and I don't even think you came up with it all on your own because there are a couple of posters using it.

You know I am Muslim and I am a very peaceful person. So, really enough already.

This comment is just plain annoying. You just make your little remark and don't bring anything else to the discussion.

Thanks so much for your meaningful contribution.

There is another thread about this out here.

It is a tragedy. The man was obviously crazy. And now the wife is dead. The kids are going to live without a mother AND they will also lose their father. What a shame.

Let's talk about THAT.
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