Skip to comments.Any space on this great site for a conservative republican Muslim?
Posted on 06/28/2012 4:03:22 PM PDT by Purekarma
Hi all! I just joined today. I was perusing through this great site and thought to myself that this site is the perfect fit for me! You all hold the same conservative values that I do!
Thanks for having me :)
...site layout is a little confusing though...
I’m surprised so many here think this is legit. Maybe they’re just playing along.
To all on this thread:
Purekarma is not a real Muslim. He is a troll who joined today and got 100 posts in a short amount of time.
Well I just reread much of the thread....yes, now I see my fellow freepers are just having fun. Had me worried for a moment!
6-28-2012 WELCOME TO ZOT!
Kum to my duck sausage kook out next momth.!!
Muslim men are free to marry Christian or Jewish women, and they are not required to convert. This is not the case with Muslim women and Christian or Jewish men, however. And the children of a mixed marriage must be raised as Muslims.
Hope you enjoy being had!
Google “NASCAR Muslims” or go to newsbusters.org for this 2006 attempt to manipulate the news. Especially the egregious `recruiting’ letter from CAIR or one of the muzzie groups asking for big bearded Muslim guys & their hijabi clad `sisters’ to show up & provoke the rednecks.
Apparently the endeavor by ABC News laid an egg. There were no incidents whatsoever as the disappointed muzzies were not confronted but rather were made to feel welcome at the NASCAR event by the Christian crowd.
Newsbusters.org used to have an inhouse comic strip called “Gaggle”. For this story it depicted a Muslim in turban & robes telling a NASCAR fan, “Your wife is tempting me. She must cover up.” Again, no hostile reaction.
I agree. I just don’t think any muzzie shares anything of what FR is about.
One or the other, but not both...
Wow. So many comments. For those of you who are welcoming me: thank you! For those who are a little suspicious (I can understand that), Ill prove myself over time to you (not that I have to, though).
As far as what I believe in: I understand Sharia, but believe in the traditional use of it, not the current bloodthirsty and violent version. What does that entail?
Treat women with respect. They are our equals and deserve whatever men are entitled to (education, prominent offices, etc.)
They are also our mothers, daughters, wives, and sisters. We must all learn to get along.
I believe in the family unit. A person cannot be strong without a strong sense of family. Support is everything and loyalty to ones blood is very important to me.
Gays? I do not agree with what they do, but as long as it doesnt affect my family, do whatever you please. Just dont throw it in my face. Special privileges for them? Not so much. Equal privileges for them (marriage, benefits, etc.): Yes, why not.
Do I agree with the brutal punishments instilled on my people, BY my people. F no. Not in the slightest. I also do not agree with any kind of extreme violence against any people (Jewish, Christian, etc.) by some of our extreme factions, and consequently, neither do I agree with said things done to our innocent men, women, and children as well.
Politics? Obama was okay but definitely NOT the change we needed. Maybe Romney can do better? I hope so.
His being black/white/Muslim/Christian (whatever is the rage these days) has no affect on my bearing on his stances; just his politics and policies.
Abortion: No. I dont believe in it. BUT, if the mother is in danger, AND if the child is less than a couple of months, then some consideration is due to the health of the mother, especially if she has other children or dependents looking to her to have her health.
Any other questions I can answer?
Welcome to FR.
Muhammud is Satan.
I don’t even want to spell it right.
Let's see, isn't that like a oxymoron?!
So far so good.
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