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  • ljadw
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    Liberalism is a European, Western ideology which has no place in the ME : there are no liberals in the ME .

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  • marktwain
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    Originally posted by ljadw View Post

    Don't ask SJ annoying questions,otherwise he will answer that Turkey is a very liberal country .
    Well: If anyone on this forum could be considered our ,," natural turkey expert" you ought to fit the bill, Sunshine..... I

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  • ljadw
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    Originally posted by Freebird View Post
    You haven't answered the question - How many CNN anchors wished happy Ramadan?
    Don't ask SJ annoying questions,otherwise he will answer that Turkey is a very liberal country .

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  • Freebird
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    You haven't answered the question - How many CNN anchors wished happy Ramadan?

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  • Freebird
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    You haven't answered the question - How many CNN anchors wished happy Ramadan?

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  • Stonewall_Jack
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    Originally posted by Freebird View Post
    For comparison have CNN anchors mentioned it?

    Fox news article on Ramadan

    https://www.foxnews.com/world/a-look...nth-of-ramadan

    Fox reports remarks by Trump
    "Ramadan a time of hope, tolerance & peace"
    https://www.foxnews.com/us/trump-cit...ance-and-peace


    I wonder if that was reported on CNN?
    Thats interesting but did Fox broadcast a Happy Ramadan to Muslims on live air?

    CNN has also reported on Ramadan in news articles. But saying Allah Akbar or Glory to Muhammad, or Ramadan Mubarek has CNN or Fox anchors said something like that on live air?


    A Ramadan etiquette guide for non-Muslims



    (CNN) — There are about 7.6 billion people in the world. And around 24% of them -- 1.8 billion -- are fasting from sunup to sundown. Every day. For an entire month.
    It's Ramadan, the holiest month of the Muslim calendar.

    But what if you're not a Muslim -- just a caring, considerate person. Is there anything you should do so you don't come across as insensitive to your fasting friends in the US during Ramadan?
    Short answer: No. Long answer: No.
    But you can earn some cool points if you follow these 10 tips:
    1. You can totally eat in front of us ...


    For the 30 days of Ramadan, Muslims around the world will abstain from eating and drinking during daylight hours. That doesn't mean you shouldn't carry on business as usual. (Just turn a deaf ear to our growling stomachs.)


    https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/r...ide/index.html


    My issue in general is about how News outlets that claim to be non bias deal with religious holidays. A non bias news outlet is faced with the challenge of recognizing all religions, some religions, or no religions
    Last edited by Stonewall_Jack; 20 May 19, 16:08.

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  • ljadw
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    My post was a reply to post 108 where SJ claimed to be and a catholic, and a real and true liberal, proving that he does not know what a liberal is .
    And ,final reply : in 2008,the British composer James McMillan said that atheist liberals were using '' increasingly aggressive means'' to drive religion out of public life and culture .
    The words of Christopher Hitchens '' religion poisons everything '' prove that McMillan was not wrong .

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  • Mountain Man
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    Originally posted by ljadw View Post
    The discussion is not about the attitude of religious people, but about the attitude of liberals .
    Wrong - it has been made to be about liberals and religion and their alleged incompatibility. Additionally, there is no way to separate liberals from their religious beliefs in the first place.

    The problem is that the initial statement is totally flawed and incorrect - liberals are perfectly capable of being religious, and the religious are perfectly capable of being liberals. We see it all of the time. Congress is full of liberals, and they all go to churches just like everyone else.

    Furthermore, despite the teachings of religion, the Nazis had no problems running the death camps while still attending church on Sundays. As far as they were concerned, eliminating Jews was as much "god's will" as anything else. Humans are capable of rationalizing widely disparate belief systems to achieve what they seek, just as Muslims today find it easy to use their religion to justify slaughtering anyone they want to, including women and children.

    Maybe you should work on redefining the discussion, the terms you are using and what you are looking for, instead of focusing on facts that you don't like because they are inconvenient to your argument.

    And while you;re at it, this thread is not even about this to begin with. It's about Ramadan and whether or not Fox News wished the Muslims "happy Ramadan".

    You might want to get back on topic.

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  • ljadw
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    Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post

    Yes, you are wrong. Religious people do not consider their politics need to match their beliefs. It has never been that way. Anywhere you like you can find you liberals who go to church. Even the Pope gets liberal every so often.

    You're generalizing, and you're dead wrong.
    The discussion is not about the attitude of religious people, but about the attitude of liberals .

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  • Mountain Man
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    Originally posted by ljadw View Post

    Wrong :
    In '' Political Liberalisms and their Exclusions of the Religious '' published in November 1995 by the American Philosophical Association , Philip L. Quin quoted Richard Rorty who said that religion must be expelled from the public square .
    And, who will determine the public square ? Yes : the liberals .
    In Canada the liberals have started an offensive against Christians, forbidding them to demonstrate .
    In the US Sanders propses to eliminate the charter schools .
    In Belgium,two times there was an attack against Catholic Schools : first by a liberal government in the 19th century, and from 1954 to 1958 by a socialist-liberal government dominated by the freemasonry that is still dominating socialists and liberals .The situation was not different in France .
    Two years ago, Feinstein attacked a candidate for a post of Federal Judge,because she was catholic .
    Also two years ago, the NYT launched a general attack on religion in the USA ( Islam was of course spared ) .
    In the 19th century Darwinism (offspring of the liberals ) was very anti-religion .
    Etc,etc
    As socialism, liberalism is materialistic and hostile to any form of religion, with the exception of Islam,of course .
    Yes, you are wrong. Religious people do not consider their politics need to match their beliefs. It has never been that way. Anywhere you like you can find you liberals who go to church. Even the Pope gets liberal every so often.

    You're generalizing, and you're dead wrong.

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  • ljadw
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    Originally posted by Freebird View Post
    For comparison have CNN anchors mentioned it?

    Fox news article on Ramadan

    https://www.foxnews.com/world/a-look...nth-of-ramadan

    Fox reports remarks by Trump
    "Ramadan a time of hope, tolerance & peace"
    https://www.foxnews.com/us/trump-cit...ance-and-peace


    I wonder if that was reported on CNN?
    The mission of CNN is not to report, but to lie .

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  • ljadw
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    Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post

    Totally untrue.
    Wrong :
    In '' Political Liberalisms and their Exclusions of the Religious '' published in November 1995 by the American Philosophical Association , Philip L. Quin quoted Richard Rorty who said that religion must be expelled from the public square .
    And, who will determine the public square ? Yes : the liberals .
    In Canada the liberals have started an offensive against Christians, forbidding them to demonstrate .
    In the US Sanders propses to eliminate the charter schools .
    In Belgium,two times there was an attack against Catholic Schools : first by a liberal government in the 19th century, and from 1954 to 1958 by a socialist-liberal government dominated by the freemasonry that is still dominating socialists and liberals .The situation was not different in France .
    Two years ago, Feinstein attacked a candidate for a post of Federal Judge,because she was catholic .
    Also two years ago, the NYT launched a general attack on religion in the USA ( Islam was of course spared ) .
    In the 19th century Darwinism (offspring of the liberals ) was very anti-religion .
    Etc,etc
    As socialism, liberalism is materialistic and hostile to any form of religion, with the exception of Islam,of course .

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  • Freebird
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    Originally posted by Stonewall_Jack View Post
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    Has anyone seen any Fox News anchors wish folks a happy Ramadan?
    For comparison have CNN anchors mentioned it?

    Fox news article on Ramadan

    https://www.foxnews.com/world/a-look...nth-of-ramadan

    Fox reports remarks by Trump
    "Ramadan a time of hope, tolerance & peace"
    https://www.foxnews.com/us/trump-cit...ance-and-peace


    I wonder if that was reported on CNN?

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  • Mountain Man
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    Originally posted by ljadw View Post

    A liberal can't be a Christian and a Christian can't be a liberal : both exclude each other .
    Liberalism is a materialistic ideology that is hostile to religion .
    Totally untrue.

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  • ljadw
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    Originally posted by Stonewall_Jack View Post
    Turkey can actually be labeled as anti Muslim well before The USA can be labeled anti Christian.

    How about how in America we have a few white people whom think there is a war on Christmas..thats unfortunate because Christians in the USA get all the constant attention..what about all the other religious folks? And this is coming from a Catholic, a real and true liberal. A proper society does not favor one group over the other. Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC are a part of American society these are the major news networks and they have a duty to be non bias. That does not mean IMO they should not celebrate Christian holidays, but something has to be done to pay homage to other religions or we just need to have a non bias approach from these outlets that claim to be non bias.

    Christmas and Easter is everywhere in the USA but in Turkey wearing outward Islamic clothing is at times very discouraged and even illegal in some areas of Turkey and yet a few white people in the USA think Islam is the problem(many of them dislike Jews, Indians and any so called non whites) Truth is that crime is a worldwide issue. One of my co workers who is white like me was complaining to me that our company has brought on an Indian employer and the company will tank because of it. So for Jews or Hindus on this board, think twice about agreeing with anti Muslim views(a minority in the USA but an issue nonetheless) because those same people often dont want anything to do with people that do not look like them.
    A liberal can't be a Christian and a Christian can't be a liberal : both exclude each other .
    Liberalism is a materialistic ideology that is hostile to religion .

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